Feb 24, 2020
Our team culture emphasizes technique, and we are looking for an individual who shares this passion and is knowledgeable in the 4 competitive strokes. Great position for someone interested in coaching and still in school with afternoons available. Effectively instruct swimmers on efficient stroke technique Understand progression of each competitive stroke and turn Understand foundations of swimming (breath control, balance, buoyancy, streamline, head position, etc) and use that information to identify breakdown in stroke technique. Changes instructional delivery based on audience age and ability level. Understands developmental differences (physical and cognitive) between 6-13 year olds Apply knowledge to groups which may contain multiple levels of development. Effectively manage groups of swimmers. Communication/Professional Disposition Clear/precise instructions and directions Positive, age appropriate language Represent program philosophy when communicating with swimmers, parents, and staff On time arriving at least 5 minutes before scheduled practice time Smile while coaching, happy, fun, passionate disposition Safety Preventative safety instruction: jumping, running, diving, properly sharing lane space, etc. Aware of swimmer safety at all times Reinforces rules Responds in an emergency You will need to be certified in CPR/AED, First Aid, and Safety for Swim Coaches, or be able to obtain them within the first month of working. Must clear background check. Pay range will be $18-$25 an hour DOE. Includes retirement benefits and limited access to the facility. If interested in the position, please email Buffy Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide an introduction which includes your background and an explanation of how you may be a good fit for our program.
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