Swim Jobs: North Shore SHARKS seeks full time Age Group Coach


The YMCA of the North Shore SHARKS is a YMCA/USA Swim Team located on the North Shore of Boston. We are a 6 site team with over 400 competitive swimmers from ages 5 -18 of varying levels.

We are currently seeking a FULL TIME Age Group Coach.

Candidates should have 2-5 years of experience, be a well-organized, energetic age group coach with a great understanding of swimmer development and stroke technique, a “self-starter” with a strong work ethic / moral values, a team player with excellent oral and written communication skills.

Experience with Team Unify and Meet Manager is preferred but not required.

Candidates should have (or be willing to acquire) all of the appropriate USA Swimming and YMCA Swimming certifications as well as lifeguarding or Red Cross Safety Training for Coaches.

Any certifications not in place must be acquired within first 3-6 months.

Compensation is commensurate with experience and credentials. Additional responsibilities may include working with our older age groups, Masters and annual Swim Clinic.


Please submit resume with cover letter and references to Arthur Athanas, Sr. Director of Competitive Aquatics [email protected]

About North Shore SHARKS

MISSION: Our Y welcomes all. We strengthen communities, educate and nurture children, and promote healthy living in spirit, mind and body.

VISION STATEMENT:  Where all children, adults and families are healthy, confident and connected.

OUR VALUES: Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility.

Swimming News / Swimming Job is courtesy of North Shore SHARKS.

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