Swim Job: Washington State University Seeks Volunteer Assistant Women’s Swimming Coach

JOB DESCRIPTION

Washington State UniversityWashington State University invites applicants for the position of Volunteer Assistant Women’s Swimming Coach. We are seeking a motivated, aspiring coach who will assist coaching a Division I swimming team in the Pac-12 Conference. Duties will include daily on-deck coaching, on campus recruiting, and additional duties as determined by the head coach.

REQUIREMENTS

Ideal applicant has experience as a competitive swimmer and as a competitive swimming coach at the club, high school, or collegiate level, as well as a desire to learn and grow as a coach.

SALARY

This is an unpaid, volunteer position, but there will be time around practices to have an additional job for income outside the athletic department that is not associated with this position.

HOW TO APPLY

Please send a resume to Head Coach, Tom Jager at [email protected]

ABOUT WSU

Washington State University (WSU) conducts transformational research and provides world-class education to more than 26,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Founded in 1890 in Pullman, it is Washington’s original land-grant university, with a mission of improving quality of life. WSU is an NCAA DI school competing in the Pac-12 Conference.

Follow WSU Women’s Swimming on Twitter here.

Swim Job / Swimming News courtesy of  Washington State University Swimming.

 

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Yuck
6 years ago

I know that a position like this can open opportunities down the line but it is difficult for most to live on volunteer wages. I think there is something very wrong with the unpaid internship model. It is important that young coaches(and young professionals) know that their worth.

ChestRockwell
Reply to  Yuck
6 years ago

“volunteer wages.” heh.

THE Other Hulk
Reply to  Yuck
6 years ago

Yuck,

This is how I got my start. Its very tough, but if the situation is right it may be worth a shot.

JG
6 years ago

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