Job postings are free to Pacific clubs; $50 for one month otherwise. If you are a Pacific Club interested in posting, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your job description. Non-Pacific clubs/organizations need to fill out a payment information form as well as send in their job description. Jobs will be posted upon receipt of payment.
If we have listed your opening, we would appreciate it if you would let us know when the position is filled or you no longer wish to have us list your advertisement by emailing email@example.com.
ASSISTANT COACH POSITION with Santa Cruz Swimming
Santa Cruz Swimming (CRUZ) is seeking an assistant coach to work with our development groups. Come join a fantastic team with over 50 years of history, a fabulous head coach and a positive and supportive membership.
- A fantastic age group coach with a demonstrated history of integrity, positivity, and consistency.
- A competitive swim background + previous swim coaching experience preferred.
- Background Check + Athlete Protection + Safety Training + CPR + Concussion Certificiations.
- A competitive pay structure
- Stability of a team with over 50 years of history
- A small team where you will play a leadership and growth role in our team development
- A beach!
Send email with attached resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Posted 6/19/19
AGE GROUP COACH with Monterey Bay Swim Club
Monterey Bay Swim Club is looking for an experienced Age Group coach. This position will be primarily in our Pacific Grove location, 20-25 hours per week with occasional weekend swim meets. Ages of swimmers range from 8-14. You will work closely with our Head Coach and assist him with the senior swimmers as well. ASCA level 2 or equivalent is preferred. Salary will commensurate with experience.
Please email inquires to email@example.com Posted 6/4/19
VARSITY SWIM HEAD COACH with Jewish Community High School (San Francisco)
Jewish Community High School located in San Francisco is seeking a Varsity Swim Head Coach for the Spring 2020 season. Season begins on February 3rd, 2020 and continues until early May. Practices are Monday-Thursday from 3:30-5:00 at pools a short walking distance from campus. Swim meets are generally scheduled on Wednesdays from 3:00-6:00(this includes applicable travel time, warm ups and meet time). JCHS is a member of the Bay Area Conference and competes in swim against Urban, Drew, Lick Wilmerding, International, Marin Academy, and University HS.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Performing all duties assigned by the Athletic Director as they relate to the coaching and supervision of assigned team, compliant with JCHS Athletic Coaches’ Handbook.
- Perform all duties associated with planning, organizing and diligently supervising team activities, working in cooperation with other JCHS Coaches.
- Knowing, understanding, implementing, and monitoring compliance with JCHS, Bay Area Conference, North Coast Section, and California Interscholastic Federation rules, policies, and regulations.
- Supervising athletes during practices and competition.
- Participating in special activities, including coaches meetings and banquets/award nights.
A strong candidate would be someone who swam competitively at the high school and/or college level - any additional experience is welcome. Potential candidates must be able to teach the fundamentals of swimming as well as be able to work and challenge higher level swimmers. In our everyday interactions, policies, practices and programs JCHS aspires to be an inclusive school that lives its commitment to equity, empathy, cultural competence and respect. Religious affiliation is NOT required.
Competitive, and commensurate with experience
How to Apply
If you are interested, please email the Director of Athletics, Sean Moler or call 415.694.5772 x163 Posted 6/3/19
LEAD AGE GROUP COACH with Burlingame Aquatic Club
The Burlingame Aquatic Club (http://www.burlingameaquatics.com), located in Burlingame, is a non-profit, public benefit organization that provides high quality aquatic programs for people of all ages. We operate out of the Burlingame Aquatic Center on the campus of Burlingame HS, and we work in conjunction with the City of Burlingame and its Parks & Recreation Department.
Under the supervision of the Head Coach (HC), the Lead Age Group Coach (LAGC) is responsible for developing, organizing, and implementing a high quality training and education program to meet the needs of the assigned groups of the BAC Age Group Swim Team. Our goal is for our team to grow in quantity and quality as a competitive swim team within the Zone 1 North of Pacific Swimming and USA Swimming. The LAGC is the primary point of contact for the swimmers and parents in his/her assigned groups, and must ensure that a professional level program is offered at all times.
The LAGC will be the LEAD on:
- Maintaining a season plan for all group(s) coached. This includes when to alter practice schedule to optimize training, social events, incentive programs, etc.
- Communicating with all group(s) coached. This will include a weekly email as well as any additional support emails that must be addressed over the course of the week.
- Managing assigned pool space (lane set-up, covers). Please allow 15 minutes on the pool deck immediately before a scheduled practice and 15 minutes immediately following to assess your pool situation and to answer parent/swimmer questions.
- Educating swimmers and parents on team culture and competitive swimming etiquette.
- Maintaining good standing as a coach member of USA Swimming
The HC will require support from the LAGC on the following:
- Attend meets as assigned by HC
- Fundraising efforts. This could be organizing a fundraiser with a local restaurant, our annual Lap-A-Thon, Silent Auction, etc.
- Technique Clinics (once per trimester)
- Maintaining a proper work schedule under federal, state, and BAC employment guidelines
- Other duties/responsibilities as assigned by the HC
The LAGC is responsible for:
- The contents of the BAC Employee Handbook
- Logging daily attendance for swim group(s)
- Ensuring the safety of swimmers (staying with swimmers if we are closing)
- Logging hours daily in ADP app
- Attend weekly staff meetings
Hours and Location:
Hours for this position include approximately 15 hours of practice time per week as agreed to with the Coach, all at the Burlingame Aquatic Center or satellite pool locations, plus additional time spent preparing the facility for practices, meeting with coworkers, and responding to member inquiries. Some administrative work must be done on site at the aquatic facility, in addition to staff meetings. Practice hours include early afternoon practice sessions as well as the possibility of evening practice sessions. A typical month will also include 1-2 weekend swim meets/competitions.
The LAGC must have a strong background in the sport of swimming (USA Swimming and/or collegiate swimming background preferred) and have the ability to effectively teach swimming to a wide range of athletes. He/she must be able to provide creative swim workouts that incorporate the technical needs of all swimmers, and also have a very positive on-deck demeanor. The LAGC must have professional communication skills and be able to effectively communicate with participants about any program changes or special events. The LAGC must be reliable, punctual, and approachable, and must be dedicated to sustaining a strong program that values all levels of swimmers. He/she must be able to cooperate with all BAC staff members in an effort to support the overall mission of the club.
The LAGC must hold a current nationally recognized Training Certification in CPR, First Aid, and Water Safety for Swim Coaches and is responsible for keeping those certifications current. American Red Cross Lifeguard certification is required within 3 months. Current coaching membership in USA Swimming is also required. BAC does reimburse for the cost of certification/membership upkeep.
Salary & Benefits:
This is a part-time, hourly, non-exempt and non-benefitted position. Pay is commensurate with experience.
Contact Head Coach Ben Chung for more information or to apply: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted 5/29/19
LEAD COACH with Highland Dolphins Aquatic Club (San Mateo, CA)
Under the supervision of the Aquatics Supervisor, create a positive swim team setting. The coach will teach the fundamentals of competitive swimming in a positive environment and provide instruction and guidance during training sessions. The Lead Team Coach is responsible for directing all aspects of swim team development including recruiting, administration, teaching and supervising students of all ages and abilities within the swim team program. Must be able to exercise judgment and initiative.
- Plan and develop competitive swim program.
- Plan and develop engaging and level appropriate workouts.
- Develop and communicate team vision and goals.
- Maintain supervision of swim team at all times.
- Perform administrative duties for the team.
- Maintain attendance records and logs.
- Manage Team Unify website and database.
- Monitor and track all payments.
- Prevent accidents through the enforcement of policies, rules, regulations, and ordinances governing the conduct of patrons in the pool area.
- Maintains order, anticipate hazardous situations, and take steps to prevent them.
- Perform rescues and administer first aid/CPR as necessary.
- Use proper rescue equipment and techniques.
- Assist in the overall operations of the pool; including opening and closing.
- Maintain a clean and debris free pool, pool area, and locker room facilities.
- Maintain positive, professional, and polite public relations.
- Attend staff meetings and training.
- Help provide an atmosphere for developing good morale and well-being among the HRD community.
- Perform related duties as assigned.
Essential Knowledge and Abilities:
- American Red Cross Lifeguard training, general lifeguard techniques.
- Coaching and or competitive swimming experience.
- Able to perform a rescue, give CPR and First Aid as appropriate.
- Ability to teach all 4 competitive strokes.
- Able to provide in water instruction.
- Able to provide constructive feedback and instruction to swimmers in all levels.
- Knowledge of Pool rules and practices.
- Ability to be reliable, punctual, approachable and dedicated to the Dolphins swim team.
- Must remain calm and efficient in stressful situations and emergencies.
- Ability to work with patrons with special needs.
- Current American Red Cross Lifeguard Training.
- Current American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer.
- USA Swimming Coach
Visual and auditory ability to observe and respond to critical incidents and the physical ability to act swiftly in an emergency situation. Ability to lead and interact in group activities and perform related physical skills and the ability to stand, walk, sit, stoop, knell or crouch. Ability to climb, push, and pull and lift and carry objects up to 20 pounds. This position performs most duties in an outdoor aquatic environment around wet and/or slippery surfaces. There is exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals, heat, cold, sun and inclement weather conditions.
- It may be necessary to perform other duties as assigned.
- This position is considered to have a supervisory or disciplinary relationship over minors.
- This job description is not intended to be all inclusive. It is understood that the employee will perform other duties if requested by the General Manager. Job descriptions are reviewed periodically and may be revised if deemed necessary. This job description is not a written or implied contract.
About Employment at the District: The lead swim coach position is perfect for an enthusiastic, entrepreneurial, team-player with a passion for competitive swimming. This part time position (.6FTE) joins our dedicated supervisory staff and reports to the Aquatics Supervisor. The individual selected for this position must have swim coach experience. The pay range for this coaching position is $22-35/hour, depending on experience. The position can also be elevated to a fulltime, benefited position with additional income from lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons.
The District also provides:
Retirement: Simple IRA with District matching contribution of up to 3%, once eligible.
The Application Process
Applicants must apply through the Paylocity site. The employment application is available at https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/List/4414/Highlands-Recreation-District
Please feel free to contact Aquatics Supervisor, Caleb Fenner by email email@example.com or by phone (650) 341-4251 with any questions. More information about the Highlands Recreation District can be found at www.highlandsrec.ca.gov
The Aquatics Facility: Our Rec Center has a 6-lane, 25-yard pool, a diving well and a baby pool. Our pool is operated year-round, thanks to a dome that covers the pool from November through March. We have a well-established swim lesson program, lifeguard training classes and adult aquatic wellness classes. Posted 5/15/19
AGE GROUP COACH with Quicksilver Swimming - Santa Cruz
Have fun with our team at the Beach! Competitive swimming background with a positive attitude and willingness to educate swimmers on the fundamentals of quality swimming.
USA Swimming Certification within 90 days.
AGE GROUP COACH with University Club of Palo Alto
University Club of Palo Alto is looking for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable swim coach to work with competitive and seasonal recreation level swimmers. The position is part time, 20-25 hours per week, plus occasional weekend swim meet coverage. The candidate will report to the Head Coach where they will work closely in designing daily, weekly, and seasonal practice plans. The ideal fit is someone who is high energy with effective communication skills and works well as part of a team. Previous experience as a seasonal or year round swim coach is recommended. The position will come with a competitive salary commensurate upon experience. Opportunities for instructing private lessons and Masters coaching also available and encouraged! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Posted 4/30/19
AQUATICS OPERATIONS DIRECTOR with Mills College (Oakland)
About Mills College:
Located in Oakland, California, in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College is a liberal arts college for women and gender non-binary students, with graduate programs for all genders. Consistently ranked one of the top masters universities and one of the best value colleges in the West by U.S. News & World Report, Mills also has been named one of the Best Colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review. The Mills experience is distinguished by small, interactive classes, one-on-one attention from exceptional faculty, a culture of creative experimentation, and cutting-edge interdisciplinary learning opportunities which empower students to make a statement in their careers and communities. As https://www.mills.edu/uniquely-mills/facts-about-mills.php in the country, we have a strong record of academic success with first-generation students, students of color, Latinx students, LGBTQ students, and other underrepresented students. Mills College has recently become a Hispanic Serving Institution. Applicants with expertise and experience in supporting and promoting success for Latina/o students are encouraged to apply.
Mills College encourages diversity in hiring and particularly welcomes applications and nominations from women, gender non-binary individuals, and minorities. Mills College seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice and our desire to maintain the excellence of our faculty. In so doing, we offer our students not only the opportunity to learn about varied disciplines but to engage with diverse perspectives and ways of knowing and learning. For more information, please visit https://www.mills.edu/
Reports to: Associate VP for Operations (To be reviewed)
Supervises: Trefethen Aquatic Center (TAC) staff
Summary of Position:
The Aquatics Operations Director is responsible for planning and coordinating the pool operation, including developing and tracking the budget, overseeing the facility and equipment operation, developing and implementing policies and procedures, developing staff, and ensuring the pool is in compliance and operating under best demonstrated practices. This position advances a number of the goals in the Mills Strategic plan, while ensuring that the Trefethen Aquatic Center facility remains a major part of the vibrant campus, including its facilities, programming and the safety of all users.
Essential Job Functions:
- Hire and manage Lifeguards, Pool Attendants and Swim Instructors.
- Manage employee timesheets, certifications, and work-study hours.
- Oversee CASHNet and safe responsibilities for revenue.
- Coordinate and supervise the pool maintenance company and partner with Campus Facilities to schedule necessary maintenance, repairs and upgrades.
- Schedule the staff using When to Work software, and substitute when needed.
- Assess Lifeguard performance through in-service training as well as ongoing drills.
- Provide general customer service; assist with signage, schedules and website updating.
- Manage and coordinate special events (swim team practices and meets, water polo practices and games/tournaments, swim-a mile, campus, summer program, etc.)
- Plan, organize, schedule, and coordinate summer swim lesson programs.
- Coordinate American Red Cross classes and provide certificates.
- Work with coaching staff to ensure student program support. Effectively negotiate mutually acceptable problem resolutions.
- Establish and maintain an effective customer service orientation toward all campus users.
- Conduct surveys, as needed.
- Evaluate and recommend marketing and advertising venues that align with the Mills mission.
- Order equipment and supplies for programs, staff, and the aquatic facility.
- Attend BAPPOA training and meetings.
- Implement and structure appropriate safety, security and risk management policies.
- Oversee security and access related to the Aquatic Facility.
- Oversee contracts, invoices and special event requests at the Aquatic Facility.
- Responsible for developing and tracking the budget for pool operations. Continually seek cost reduction opportunities.
- Maintain strong revenue streams and increase program and rental opportunities whenever possible. Target net zero pool balance sheet.
- Identify and approve new sources of revenue. Grow existing programs to improve efficiencies.
- Oversee all social media, pool website and online marketing.
- Establish and maintain effective and productive working relationships while working in a diverse and multicultural environment.
- Remain abreast of developments in all aspects of aquatics by reading, attending conferences, workshops, trainings and clinics.
- Ensure the pool is in compliance with all regulatory requirements
- Assist in the Colleges health and safety programs
- Participate in staff meetings and professional training, as appropriate.
- Assume and perform other related duties as needed.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Program, activity and industry best practices in Aquatic Facility management.
- Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office and Excel.
- Understanding of Mills College policies and procedures.
- Safety policies, practices, procedures and requirements of the department, College and
- Illness and Injury Prevention Plan.
- Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office and Excel
- Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy.
- Experience with When To Work software.
- Excellent written, oral and organizational skills with attention to detail.
- Problem-solving skills, resourcefulness, ability to think creatively.
- Experience working with youth, aquatic and outdoor programs.
- Strong leadership and inter-personal skills.
- Demonstrated service orientation and program management.
- Sound judgment and decision-making, critical thinking and problem solving skills in a varied and challenging environment.
- Ability to work independently under pressure and meet deadlines.
- Establish and maintain effective and productive working relationships within a diverse and multicultural environment.
- Establish and maintain an effective customer service orientation towards all persons contacted during the course of job performance.
- Take appropriate steps to promote and enforce safe work practices within area of responsibility.
Education and Training: (There may be other certificates and training critical)
- Bachelors Degree required.
- Minimum of 3-5 years of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Current Lifeguard Instructor certification
- Current First Aid for Public Safety Personnel certification (Title 22)
- Certified Pool Operator/Aquatic Facility Operator (preferred)
- Ability to navigate SABA
- Indoor and outdoor environments.
- Seasonal heat and cold or adverse weather conditions.
- Must be available for after hours responses and notifications
Physical, Mental and Environmental Demands:
- Must be able to perform duties of a physical nature, including standing, lifting, sitting, walking and swimming.
- This position description is not intended to contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties, or responsibilities. Additional duties may be assigned based on business operational needs.
This is a full-time, exempt position with an FTE of 1.0. Salary is $70,000.00 to $80,000.00, commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefits package including medical/dental/vision/life/LTD insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with college-matching after 6 month qualifying period, 22 days of vacation per year, 12 sick days accrued and 17 paid holidays (subject to annual review) annually. Staff members also receive free admission to campus events, use of the pool, fitness center, and tennis courts. Tuition remission is also available after an introductory period. Voluntary benefits include: pet insurance, long-term care insurance, legal-assistance insurance, cellular provider discounts and computer hardware discounts.
Mills College does not permit discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, race, religious creed, color, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. For more information on Mills non-discrimination policy, please go to https://inside.mills.edu/administration/administrative_offices/policies/nondiscrimination.php
All positions are subject to a background check. Prior to the first date of employment, an applicants background check must be cleared.
To apply, submit the following documents at https://apptrkr.com/1442947
- Employee Application
- Cover Letter and
- Salary Requirements
Please note that you can only upload 6 "Other" documents. You can consolidate multiple pages/documents into one file upload. The file size limit for each upload is 10Mb.
Review of applicants will begin immediately; applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Posted 4/24/19
MULTIPLE COACH POSITIONS with Alto Swim Club
Alto Swim Club is seeking multiple coaches. Alto trains at multiple facilities in the Palo Alto area, including the Avery Aquatic Center on the Stanford University campus. The team’s mission is to offer the best developmental and high performance programs in the country. Please find job information and descriptions below. Please contact Head Coach Joey Sementelli at email@example.com if you are interested in joining the ALTO coaching staff.
To find out more about Alto Swim Club, visit www.altoswimclub.com Posted 4/22/19
LEAD COACHES with The Olympic Club in San Francisco
The Olympic Club is looking for motivated coaches to work with swimmers ages 8-15 years old as well as assist with its Senior Group. The Coach is expected to help the athletes grow and mature as swimmers, setting goals, and preparing swimmers to increase their commitment as they age up. The Coach will be responsible for on deck coaching time, communicating with parents/swimmers, some administrative duties and will typically attend 1-2 weekend meets per month. Practices run 4-6pm Monday-Friday, with opportunity to coach Saturdays if desired. The Coach will be responsible for daily planning for the group, as well as overall / seasonal planning, themes, and goals. Opportunities include lead coach for 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14 groups.
- 1-2 Years of competitive coaching or swimming experience at the club/college level
- Current USA Swimming coach member
- Valid Drivers License
- Intermediate Microsoft Office Skill
- Hy-Tek Meet/Team Manager skills (a plus)
Part time positions with potential full time promotion. Hourly starts at $25. Lessons pay at $50 per hour in addition to hourly pay. Weekly Schedule 25-30 hours per week. Assisting with Club Events (Swim Meets, Camps, Masters Trans Tahoe Relay, Water Polo Tournaments, Awards Dinners, etc.) provide additional 200+ hours/year. Benefits include Travel Reimbursement, Sick Pay, Commuter Benefits, and 401k matching post 6 months employment.
Click Here – Scroll to the bottom of page and click “Apply Now” – The position is titled “Aquatics – Jr Swim Coach”
For more information, contact Tom Dowley at firstname.lastname@example.org Posted 4/19/19
AGE GROUP COACH & SUMMER LEAGUE ASSISTANT COACH with Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics (DZ Site)
The DZ SWIM site of PASA currently swims out of the Foothills Tennis and Swim Club in Palo Alto. We are seeking an age group coach to work with swimmers ages 14 & younger for PASA as well as for the Summer League program of the FTSC club. The position also offers the ability to be the Head Swim Instructor, Head Lifeguard and teach swim lessons. We are looking to hire starting May 1, 2019.
The position includes coaching pre-competitive groups (ages 5-10) and multiple competitive groups (ages 7-14), from beginner to intermediate swim levels. Head Swim Instructor helps schedule swim lessons, Head Lifeguard schedules and oversees all club guards.
- Able to teach all 4 competitive strokes.
- Able to provide in-water instruction
- Able to provide constructive feedback and instruction to swimmers in all levels.
- Coaching and/or competitive swimming experience at the club or collegiate level
- Current USA Swimming coach certifications.
PASA offers competitive compensation based on qualifications. Coaching the PASA position ranges between $30-$38K. The Summer League position ranges from $2-$3,500 depending on involvement. Head Swim Instructor a percentage of all swim lessons scheduled for the club, hourly wage for Head Lifeguard / scheduling. $25+ hour teaching swim lessons depending on your experience.
To find out more about our site of PASA, visit www.pasafoothills.com Posted 4/8/19
AGE GROUP NOVICE COACH with Vallejo Aquatic Club
Vallejo Aquatic Club (VJO) is seeking an Age Group Coach for our Novice Groups starting May 2019. Swim Team practices are held year round from 5:30-7:30pm M-F at the Cunningham Pool in Vallejo, CA.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: coaching age group swimmers (Novice 10 & Under Group and Intermediate 10-13 year old Group), working primarily on stroke technique and aerobic conditioning, tracking daily attendance, attending scheduled meets, team functions and coaches meetings.
Qualifications: Coaching experience and/or competitive swimming experience at the club and/or collegiate level needed; USA Swimming certified coach including safety training and background check (or ability to do so right away). Wage is based on experience and qualifications.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $13.00 to $17/hour
HEAD COACH/ASSISTANT COACH with Calphin Aquatic Club
*** ALL-YEAR-ROUND * FULL-TIME * NO MORE PRESSURE OF SWIM MEETS ***
Calphin Aquatic Club is looking for an experienced swim coach to fill in the position of Swim Head Coach/Assistant Swim Head Coach in our Dublin location. The ideal candidate should be caring, energetic, self-motivated, professional and passionate for coaching. The position will be offered with:
- Extremely competitive compensation based on coaching experience
- Attractive benefits
- Full-Time with Flexible work schedule
- Swimming school setting without the pressure of swim meets and competitions
- No more spending weekends at swim meets. Keeping your weekends to yourself or working at the Calphin indoor pool for some of the weekends by your own choice.
- All-year-round swimming school with great job stability
The working environment at Calphin is friendly, energetic and fun with great team-work spirits.The facility in Dublin is near highway entrances and walking distance to Dublin/Pleasanton Bart Station. The working opportunity at Calphin is great! Please do not hesitate to send in your resume NOW. You are welcome to stop by to check out our beautiful facility at 6175 Dublin Blvd. Dublin, CA 94565.
- Reporting to site director / head coach.
- Assisting the site director / head coach to lead the deck supervisor team and entire coaching team.
- Performing all tasks as a regular coach, but with a higher standard.
- Average 20 to 25 hours coaching per week built in the schedule
- Training new deck supervisors and coaches.
- Planning and hosting coach’s monthly/quarterly trainings and meetings.
- Conducting coach evaluations and performance rating.
- Conducting quality control on coaching and swimming classes for entire swimming program.
- Previous experience as a competitive swimmer.
- A minimum of two years coaching experience.
- Able to break down and teach all 4 competitive strokes.
- Able to provide in-water instructions and demonstrations.
- Able to provide constructive feedback and instruction to swimmers in all levels.
- Should be fully familiar with USA/FINA swimming rules and procedures.
- Should have ASCA Level 1 & Level 2 certification.
- Have decent office/computer skills.
- Have Good communication, organization & management skills.
- Eligible to work in the United States and submit to a background check prior to hire.
How to Apply:
As a lifetime member of U.S. Swim School Association, Calphin Aquatic Club was co-founded in 2003 by a world champion and Olympic Medalist. The club is well-known in the Bay Area for its proprietary mastery-based curriculum, which is uniquely distilled from 30 years of training, competition and coaching experience from our Olympian co-founder. Our swimmers benefit tremendously by learning to swim in the right way from the very beginning. The club also provides modern, safe, clean and well maintained indoor swim facilities in both Dublin and Fremont. Posted 3/28/19
CLUB MANAGER with Santa Clara Swim Club
Santa Clara Swim Club is seeking a full-time Club Manager to support the Head Coach/CEO and Board of Directors. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, general club management, club communications, human resources, and managing the activities of all managers and administrative staff. Responsibilities also include enhancement of internal controls, maintenance of the Club’s policies and procedures, city and facility liaison, insurance compliance, and regular reporting of relevant membership information to the Board and management team. The Club Manager will report to the Head Coach/CEO.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
- Knowledge of Human Resource management principles and procedures is desired
- High degree of initiative and integrity
- Self-motivated and ability to work as a member of a team
- Highly energetic and proactive with excellent interpersonal, communication skills, and organizational skills
- Computer literate with Microsoft Excel, Word, and QuickBooks a plus
- Experience managing activities of two or more functions
- Has a significant role in developing, modifying and executing company policies that affect immediate operations and may also have company-wide effect.
- Advises management on specialized technical or business issues.
- Implements strategic policies when selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria to obtain results.
- Key relationships with important customers and vendors have been developed.
- Has the ability to change the thinking of, or gain acceptance from, others in sensitive situations, without damage to the relationship.
- Previous experience in competitive swimming helpful but not necessary
- Club communication
- Office administration
- Human resources
- Staff management
- Team and Individual Membership and Registration
- Facility liaison
- Parent liaison
- Website management
- Volunteer liaison
- Schedule of practice/ pool use
- Ensure insurance, city, and swimming association compliance
Salary will be commensurate with nonprofit organizations. Full-time benefits include medical, dental and paid vacation/holiday.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should forward a cover letter outlining interest in our organization, resume, including three references to TheSantaClaraSwimClub@gmail.com
Santa Clara Swim Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization thathas been developing champions since its founding by George Haines in 1951. His vision to develop world-class individuals through the sport of swimming remains the cornerstone of our program. In keeping with Haines’ philosophy, our coaches and swimmers identify themselves as both educators and students with the pool as their classroom. Our quest is to ignite the potential in each of our athletes by embracing the values embodied in the Olympic charter: The pursuit of personal excellence; Harmony between mind and body; Joy found in effort; Health and Fitness; Respect for others; Ethical conduct; Fair play. The club has received many awards and honors throughout the years. These range from World Records, Olympic Champions, World Champions and Sullivan Awards, to Male and Female World and U.S. Swimmer of the Year. Our team has been a USA Swimming Gold or Silver Medal Swim Club since 2014 and home to over 1,500 swimmers. The team trains in multiple locations in Santa Clara County including Santa Clara, Milpitas, and Morgan Hill. Posted 3/7/19
AGE GROUP COACHES with De Anza Cupertino Aquatics (DACA)
De Anza Cupertino Aquatics (DACA) is seeking energetic, Team-oriented coaches to join our competitive staff.
Multiple positions available
- Full time (with benefits) and part time positions available
Coaches are required to:
- Develop and implement training programs for multiple groups with a range of age and skill level
- Attend Swim Meets
- Attend regular staff and educational meetings
- Maintain positive, Team-oriented, and professional relationships with athletes, staff, administration, parents, and facility personnel
- Participate in Team events and activities
Compensation packages vary depending on experience.
To inquire: Please contact Tammy Hopkins, Tammy@daca.org Posted 3/4/19
FULL-TIME ASSISTANT SWIM COACH with Santa Clara Swim Club
The Santa Clara Swim Club is seeking a highly motivated, hard-working individual for a full time coach position. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable about stroke mechanics and have good teaching and communication skills. This individual will also be enthusiastic, patient, and team-oriented.
The assistant coach duties will consist of leading or assisting two groups and administrative responsibilities based on the candidates strengths. The Assistant Coach will also have office hours. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years competitive coaching experience and proven success coaching novice through championship level swimmers. The applicant must understand the importance of teamwork and will be committed to helping our program advance. Only candidates with a strong work ethic and passion for the sport should apply. This is a salaried position with benefits.
The Santa Clara Swim Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has been developing champions since its founding by George Haines in 1951. His vision to develop world-class individuals through the sport of swimming remains the cornerstone of our program today.
- Successfully pass the USA Swimming and Santa Clara Swim Club background checks
- Be compliant with all USA Swimming coach certification requirements
- Experience working with children and teenagers.
- Background in competitive swimming.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to enthusiastically coach and give feedback to all athletes
Send a resume with three references to TheSantaClaraSwimClub@gmail.com Posted 2/26/19