Swim Instructor Jobs
Swim Instructor Novi Community Education Aquatics – Novi, MI $10.80 an hour – Part-time*Please note we are hiring for Fall 2017.QUALIFICATIONSMinimum 16 years of age Current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification or another nationally recognized lifeguard certificationWSI (Water Safety Instructor) Certification preferred or at least 1 year of experience teaching swim lessons Willingness to complete on-site training of Learn-to-Swim Lessons RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES Interact positively with children and adults of various ages (3 years old and up)Implement American Red-Cross Learn to Swim Program to groups of approx. 6 swimmersAttend initial instructor/water-safety orientation and subsequent in-service trainingWeek-night and/or Saturday morning availability Enforce pool rules and responsibilities, identify potential accidents or hazards, and ensure that the safety and welfare of swimmers.Respond quickly, intelligently, decisively and in accordance with established emergency and accident management procedures.Administer First-AID/CPR/AED when needed. Communicate effectively with lifeguard team, Aquatic Facilitator, swim coaches, and members of the community.Be responsive to the instructions and directions of the Aquatic Facilitator, district Athletic Director, and other appropriate school administrators.Present a professional image and provide a positive role model in terms of personal habits, language, and conduct.
APPLICATION: For full consideration of your candidacy, please submit a resume and letter of interest.
Job Type: Part-timeSalary: $10.80 /hourRequired licenses or certifications:Water Safety InstructorLifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED
Swim Instructor Western Eagle Co. Metro Rec District – Gypsum, CO 81637 Part-time
Description: The purpose of a Swim Instructor is to facilitate and teach group and/or private swim lessons at Gypsum Recreation Center, Eagle Pool and Ice Rink and Gypsum Creek Pool as assigned and per American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim curriculum. Swim Instructors teach people of different abilities and needs—infants and preschoolers, children and youth, people with disabilities, adult beginners, and older adults—how to swim and how to be safe in, on and around the water.Essential functions— Primary responsibilities include: Planning lessons and activities for American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Parent and Child Aquatics group lessonsPlanning lessons and activities for American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Preschool Aquatics Levels 1-3 group lessonsPlanning lessons and activities for American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Level 1-4 group lessonsScheduling and Planning lessons and activities for American Red Cross Private and Semi-Private lessonsCommunicating to parents before or after each lesson what their child did during the lesson, what information is to be covered at the next lesson and what their child need to improve on.Managing groups of children with a ration of 1:4 or 1:6 of instructor to childrenMaintaining a safe and welcoming learning environment for all age groupsKnowledge of the facility Emergency Action Plan and understanding the role of a swim instructor in an emergencyIntegrating American Red Cross Safety Topics into each lessonAdapting and offering alternatives to lesson objectives for participants with special needs, with inclusion as the emphasis.Secondary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Completing report cards for each participant and handed out at the last lessonHaving swim equipment staged before lessons begin and put away in storage after each lesson.Handing out Parent Evaluations at the end of each sessionCommunicating to parents when the next session of swim lessons will be available and can make a recommendation of what level the participant should sign up for next.Competency—Candidates must be able to communicate with patrons in English, bilingual in Spanish preferred. Candidates must be knowledgeable of swim strokes including Front Crawl, Elementary Backstroke, Breaststroke, Back Crawl, Butterfly, Sidestroke as well as open turns, flip turns, head first entries. Candidates must be knowledgeable of teaching above techniques and be knowledgeable of safety precautions for swimmers. Candidates must be up to date on the latest edition of American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim curriculum.Work environment—indoors year-round including warm, moderately humid conditions and moderately noisy at Gypsum Recreation Center, outdoors in the summer at Gypsum Creek Pool and Eagle Pool and Ice Rink including warm to colder weather, rain, sun exposure, and moderately noisy. All WECMRD facilities are a Drug and Alcohol Free workplace.Physical demands—Candidates must be capable of swimming, sitting, walking, running, bending over, kneeling, lifting items up to 50lbs. Candidates must be able to see and hear people in the pool.Expected hours of work—part time year-round or seasonal, less than 30 hours per week. Shifts vary based on facility, time of day, day of the week and month of the year. Typical shifts include mornings 9am-12pm., early evening shifts 3:45m-6pm, and weekend shifts 9am-12pm. Monday and Wednesday evening group lessons are offered in 3 week sessions year round at Gypsum Recreation Center, Saturday morning lessons are offered year round at Gypsum Recreation Center and at Eagle Pool and Ice Rink in the summer. Monday-Thursday morning lessons are offered in 3 week sessions at Eagle Pool and Ice Rink in the summer. Private and Semi-Private swim lessons are offered at all three pools as available.Travel—none, employees are typically scheduled at one facility per day. Employees who are scheduled at multiple facilities per day will be notified and given ample time to travel between facilities. Requirements: Eligibility qualifications—Must be at least 16 years old.Required education and experience—Must hold current American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification or can obtain within one year of teaching swim lessons.Preferred education and experience—High School diploma or GED is preferred. Experience teaching age group, high school, collegiate and adult swimmers preferred. American Red Cross Lifeguard certification preferred. American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Trainer certification preferred.
Children Swimming Teacher Swim Otters Swim & Fitness School – Denver, CO $12 – $14 an hour – Full-time, Part-time
Swim Otters Swim & Fitness School, metro Denver’s premiere swim school, is growing! With seven convenient locations in Boulder, Broomfield, Lakewood, Park Meadows, Stapleton, Thornton, and Wheat Ridge, we are expanding our team of Professional Swim Instructors!We are looking for dedicated and passionate individuals, who can connect with and motivate children 6 months to 13 years old. We need instructors that are driven to be a positive influence in the lives of children, and want to help prevent pediatric drowning. Our instructors provide private, one-on-one lessons year around, in a collection of some of the finest indoor pools available.Qualifications:Must be 18 years or older to apply.Must be dependable, enthusiastic and have reliable transportation.2 years of progressive experience with young children, teaching group/private swim lessons, coaching swim team, and/or lifeguarding.Due to the time and expense involved in training, a minimum of 1 year commitment is required.Background checks are required, due to the nature of our business.Responsibilities of InstructorsRunning your scheduled lessons on time and managing each student’s progress.Communicating with each parent on their child’s progress in their program, and setting goals for their child.Following Swim Otters refined and proven curriculum for each lesson.Maintaining open communication with management, regarding your lessons.Maintaining a clean pool environment and keeping equipment in good condition.Part-time employees begin with a starting wage of $12- $13/hour, after a training period of 4 to 8 weeks (depending on experience.) Swim Otters is a great local business to work for with ability to expand to a Full-time position, as well as room for advancement in a rapidly expanding company. Secure long-term employment available for those who want to succeed.Job Type: Part-timeSalary: $12.00 to $14.00 /hourRequired education:High school or equivalentRequired experience:Lifeguard: 1 yearSwimming Lesson: 1 yearSwim Team: 2 years
Waterbabies USA – Sammamish, WA $15 – $20 an hour – Part-time
The WaterKids learn-to-swim program helps build self-confidence, self-esteem, and independence in students. After our students build a foundation that is developmentally appropriate, we progress to add strokes and coach for excellence in execution to prepare for the transition to swim team.Requirements: Prior experience as a competitive swimmer required (competency in all strokes). At least 1 year teaching children 5-10 years of age preferred. We are looking for someone who is decisive and clear in communication, independent, encouraging, and able to engage as easily with parents as with children. Successful applicants will have a love of water, flexible schedule, and reliable transportation.
Available Shifts:Renton – Various Shifts (schedule TBD)Sammamish/Pine Lake – Saturdays 3-8pmBellevue – Sundays 9-12:30pm
Job Type: Part-timeSalary: $15.00 to $20.00 /hour
Water Safety Instructor The Salvation Army Western USA – ‘Ewa Beach, HI Part-time
POSITION TITLE: Water Safety Instructor III – Master’s Swim Coach
DEPARTMENT: Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center (Kroc Center Hawaii) SUPERVISOR: Aquatic Director FLSA STATUS: Non Exempt, Hourly CLASSIFICATION: Part Time, On Call
GENERAL STATEMENT: The Salvation Army is a branch of the Christian Church, and the ultimate goal of all programs is a spiritual, emotional and physical regeneration of all people.
MISSION STATEMENT: The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
KROC CENTER HAWAII VISION: Kroc Center Hawaii is a community center where families, individuals and relationships thrive in the name of Jesus.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Water Safety Instructor III – Master’s Swim Coach is a team leader who motivates, teaches, and inspires adult swimmers (fitness, triathlete, competitive, and non-competitive) who are dedicated to improving their fitness through swimming; enforce Kroc Center Hawaii guidelines, pool and safety rules and Kroc Center Hawaii policies to maintain a safe environment and member and guest satisfaction. The Kroc Center Hawaii Water Safety Instructor III – Master’s Swim Coach will have a deep commitment to the mission of The Salvation Army, which will be evident in his or her professional life and the manner in which he or she represents The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in the community.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 1. High School graduate or GED is required. 2. American Red Cross or Ellis & Associates Lifeguard Training Certification, First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescue, USA Master or USA Coach Certification. PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: 1. Swim lesson instruction and water exercise instruction. 2. Familiar with American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim levels and other Red Cross water safety courses and know how to use course materials effectively. Any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be accepted. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Create and implement a program that can meet the diverse needs of participants, namely competitive swimming (both pool and open water swimming), non-competitive physical fitness swimming, improvement of stroke technique, triathlon training, etc. 2. Know and understand the Kroc Center Hawaii Aquatics program, including classes, swimming levels, skills taught in each level, and the requirements for passing each level. 3. Evaluate students and recommend appropriate classes for their skill levels. 4. Provide corrective and positive feedback to students to ensure learning and a positive atmosphere. 5. Cover all materials required in a class. Complete student evaluations, reports and records. Maintain confidentiality of all information and documents received. 6. Have all instructional equipment ready before lessons begin and put all equipment away at the end of lessons. 7. Communicate regularly with participants and parents. 8. Recognize distressed swimmers and provide the necessary assistance. 9. Know, understand and enforce all aquatic facility policies, rules and regulations. 10. Never leave students unattended. 11. Maintain a positive rapport and image with students, members and guests. 12. Keep the facilities clean, including pool, pool area, and locker rooms. 13. Follow and ensure adherence to The Salvation Army Policies and Procedures. 14. Maintain the Code of Ethics policy, which has been established for the Kroc Center Hawaii. 15. Attend staff meetings and other administrative meetings. 16. Maintain regular and punctual work attendance. Available to work a flexible schedule that includes working on weekends, holidays, and evenings. 17. Perform other duties as assigned. • Interested parties must apply online at http://www.kroccenterhawaii.org/careers.html Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
Job Title: Temporary Aquatics Swim InstructorClosing Date/Time: ContinuousSalary: $11.10 Hourly
Job Type: TemporaryLocation: Foothills Recreation and Aquatics Center 5600 W. Union Hills Dr., Arizona
First review of applications will be March 17, 2017.The City of Glendale Aquatics Center is looking to fill Temporary Aquatics Swim Instructor positions. Potential employees must be available during the entire aquatics season starting in early May 2017 through early September 2017. Some pools may remain open during evening hours and on weekends through Labor Day weekend.Candidates must be available to attend mandatory training sessions beginning in the month of May through August.The listed positions are up to 40 hours per week for 14 weeks seasonal summer position with no benefits as well as a possible opportunity to work up to 19 hours per week for the remaining 38 weeks in the year with no benefits. Essential Functions:Under the direction of the Aquatics Coordinator, Pool Manager, Assistant Manager, and the Head Guard the Temporary Aquatics Swim Instructor will: Be responsible for the day-to-day safe pool operations.Maintain crowd control during emergency situations by responding quickly and calmly; participate in mandatory rescue.Monitor facility functions to prevent accidents, drowning, and near drowning.Monitor the activities of swimmers to detect problem areas.Perform rescue techniques and render first aid during emergency situations.Maintain high standards of safety and skills/in-service training.Review and implement pool rules and regulations.Exhibit concise communication skills verbally and written.Complete daily time cards, accident reports, incident reports and inventory needs.Maintain firm and consistent customer service practices with staff and patrons.Be knowledgeable and able to communicate details of City of Glendale Aquatics programs to patrons as well as other staff members.Monitor own schedule and report schedule adjustments to management as needed.Perform custodial cleaning of pool facility, including restrooms, decks and the pool.Maintain endurance and fitness through swimming and exercise.Assure the timely opening and closing of the facility.Become familiar with city rules and regulations for an aquatic environment.Effectively operate job related tools such as a whistle, megaphone, rescue tube, and first aid equipment.May handle money in a safe and accurate manner, after receiving Cash Handling Training through the City of Glendale.Teach group swim lessons to children and adults.Personally possess the swimming skills of the highest swimming lesson level offered by the City of Glendale.May teach private lessons with supervisors’ approval and scheduling (*Requires at least one year previously teaching swim lessons).May perform water safety presentations.Perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications & Special Requirements:Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and have the following certifications:American Red Cross Lifeguard & First Aid Training R.17 certification that does not expire before September 2017.American Red Cross CPR & AED for the Professional Rescuer R.17 that does not expire before September 2017.American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor R.14 that does not expire before September 2017.• If applicant possesses a current lifeguard certificate from Starguard, Ellis, or similar and can properly perform skills, they will be considered for hire. If hired, the applicant will be “crossed-over” to the American Red Cross certificates listed above.• Two years of high school preferred.SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:Maintain American Red Cross swimming skills. Physical Requirements:Essential physical abilities:• Sufficient clarity of hearing with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to discern emergency situations.• Sufficient visual clarity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to discern emergency situations, discern colors and comprehend written work instructions as well as rules and regulations.• Sufficient strength to lift objects over 50 pounds.• Sufficient body flexibility and balance to perform rescue and first aid operations and occupy a lifeguard station accessible by ladder or perform walking duties.• This position is subject to extreme heat for periods of more than one hour and, subject to noise, sun exposure and extreme weather conditions.
Swim Instructor Val Vista Lakes Clubhouse – Gilbert, AZ
$13 an hour – TemporarySeeking qualified swim instructors to teach swim lessons and coordinate swim team program. Must be able to teach all levels and guide other instructors in program curriculum. Resume must reflect previous experience teaching swim lessons. Must be available to start immediately. Seasonal job.
Job Type: TemporarySalary: $13.00 /hourRequired experience:swim instructor/lifeguarding: 2 years
Swim Instructor and Lifeguard Gold Medal Swim School – Chandler, AZ 85226
$14 an hour – Part-time
Looking for energetic, dependable people who love kids and love to wear flip flops! Swimming, teaching, lifeguarding, or experience working with children is required to apply!Please include a short paragraph about why swim instruction would be a good job for you when you apply. Applicants without this short paragraph will not be considered.Join our amazing team of committed professionals as we we offer the highest quality swim lessons in the country! Work in a professional, fun and challenging environment. Indoor, modern, and extremely clean facility.visit our website for more information www.goldmedalswimschool.com or watch one of our classes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMhyz1_JDLoApplicants must be 16 years of age. Must be available 1 weekend day and 2 afternoon/evening weekdays (training takes place Saturday afternoons). We are looking for a minimum of a 1 year commitment. Must have a reliable source of transportation. No former swimming experience necessary to apply.Qualified candidates may email their resume.Hours: 15-30Pay: $14.00+/hr for swim instructors $12+ for safety staff
Location: Chandler, AZCompensation: tbdJob Type: Part-timeRequired experience:working with children: 1 year
Swim Lesson Instructors ClubSport San Ramon- CALIFORNIA – San Ramon, CA Part-time
ClubSport San Ramon is HIRING NOW for theSPRING/SUMMER SEASON 2017**SWIM LESSON INSTRUCTORS -Seeking part time swim lesson instructors to teach group and private lessons(SPRING/SUMMER SEASON)*Applicants must pass a successful background check to be eligible for employment!SEND RESUME TO: Email: employment@ clubsportsr.com**YOU MUST SPECIFY IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR EMAIL THE POSITION THAT YOU ARE APPLYING FOR or we can not process your resume.**In compliance with the immigration Reform Control Act, successful applicants will be required to provide documentation showing LAWFUL authorization to work in the United States.Job Type: Part-timeJob Location: San Ramon, CARequired experience: Aquatics: 1 yearRequired license or certification: Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED Job Type: Part-timeJob Location:San Ramon, CARequired experience: Swim Instructor: 1 year
Aquatics Instructor – $14-18/hour AquaTech Swim School Alameda, CA 94501 $14 – $18 an hour – Full-time, Part-timeAquaTech Swim has two beautiful, indoor, warm-water swim facilities in Concord and Alameda. We provide aquatic programming for children, adults and families 7 days a week, year round. Learn more about us online at www.aquatechswim.com. AquaTech is looking for amazing people who have excellent customer service skills and enjoy working with both children and families in a highly active and organized environment. Candidates should be open and willing to provide customer service and instruction both in the pool and out of the pool – full training is provided for all roles! AquaTech Swim Instructor Benefits: Consistent, regular work schedulesOpen 7 days a week with many shift to choose fromFlexibility for students, parents or people in need of seasonal work – ability to change your schedule to work best with your changing semester, quarter or child’s lifeFull and ongoing training provided – Never been a swim instructor before, but have worked with children and love aquatics? We have an amazing training program and a team of people staffed to ensure you become the best instructor you can be!Ability to grow and learn with the company – We have many different roles and positions that are open and available to qualified staff. Part time swim instructors have grown into full time managers, etcMeaningful and rewarding work, saving and positively impacting hundreds of livesAdditional benefits include; Bonus structures, direct deposit, paid sick leave, health benefits, 401K plans, discounted services in AquaTech and outside services, etc.AquaTech Is Seeking Applicants With: Character – the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual (Can-Do Personality, Positive Disposition, Patient Temperament, Honest Mentality)Competency – the ability to do something successfully or efficientlyCadence – the beat or measure of something rhythmic (Steady, Dependable, Reliable)Capacity – the ability or power to do, experience, or understand something (Learn, Apply, Grow)AquaTech Instructor Shifts & Pay Rates Currently Available:While there are many shifts available 7 days a week, applicants must be able to work a minimum of 1 of each of the following shifts regularly:Weekdays between 2:30p-9:30p (must be able to commit to 1 weekday PM shift regularly)Weekends between 9:30a-3:00p or 1:30p-7:30p (must be able to commit to 1 weekend shift regularly)Pay rates vary with experience and begin between $14 – 17 per hour.Interested In Applying With AquaTech:We hold group interviews in our Alameda location every Wednesday at 11:00 AM. To reserve an interview space, send a Cover Letter and Resume. An AquaTech manager will confirm a date with you once your information has been received.Thank you!Job Location:Alameda, CARequired education:High school or equivalentRequired experience:Love Children & Aquatics: 1 yearRequired license or certification:CPR/First Aid – willing to obtain within first 30 days of employment
Waterbabies USA – Sammamish, WA $15 – $20 an hour –
Part-time The WaterKids learn-to-swim program helps build self-confidence, self-esteem, and independence in students. After our students build a foundation that is developmentally appropriate, we progress to add strokes and coach for excellence in execution to prepare for the transition to swim team.Requirements: Prior experience as a competitive swimmer required (competency in all strokes). At least 1 year teaching children 5-10 years of age preferred. We are looking for someone who is decisive and clear in communication, independent, encouraging, and able to engage as easily with parents as with children. Successful applicants will have a love of water, flexible schedule, and reliable transportation.
Available Shifts:Renton – Various Shifts (schedule TBD)Sammamish/Pine Lake – Saturdays 3-8pmBellevue – Sundays 9-12:30pmJob Type: Part-timeSalary: $15.00 to $20.00 /hour
Swim Instructor/Coach AquaChamps Swim School – Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305 Full-time, Part-time
AquaChamps Swim School in Wilton Manors is now accepting applications for Swim Instructor positions. AquaChamps Swim School is a leader in the swim school industry; our school offers the best in private & group swimming instruction for all ages & abilities, at multiple locations.AquaChamps offers year-round employment, and various opportunities for promotion within our team both in and out of the water. AquaChamps takes pride in offering qualified candidates a strong hourly pay, and benefits for senior positions! We offer part time and full time positions for qualified candidates; with hours Monday – Saturday.We are looking for enthusiastic, dependable, positive and caring people that have a strong work ethic. You must enjoy working with children as well as adults; experience working with infants is a valued attribute at AquaChamps.We provide an accrued Paid Training program for those that qualify. All employees must be certified in CPR & First Aid! Qualified applicants that are not CPR & First Aid certified can begin the AquaChamps’ Paid Training Program, while they work towards certification.Contact us today, and make a splash with the AquaChamps Swim School team!Job Type: Part-time
Part-timeWood River Community YMCA aquatics department is hiring swim instructors / swim coaches to assist with teaching children’s group swim lessons, & private lessons. Qualifications:Must be available to work evenings.Must be at least 16 years old.Must be reliable and punctual.Must be able to pass a background check.Must have knowledge in all 4 competitive race strokes, and basic swim skills.Benefits to working for the Y:Free YMCA membership included with employment.Take the bus to work for free!Become a better swimmer yourself.Build your personal confidence.Change a child’s life for the better!Competitive wages.Positive, and supportive work environment!This is a part time job that’s great for after school, or as a second job, or just work for the summer!To apply visit the welcome center at the Y for an application, or download and fill out an application on our website at www.woodriverymca.orgThe Y is for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.Job Type: Part-time
Aqua-Tots Swim Schools 3 reviews – Lone Tree, CO 80124 $9.50 an hour – Full-time, Part-timeAqua-Tots Water Safety Instructor:5-25 Hours Per WeekPay starts at $9.50, and will reflect education and experienceSaturdays RequiredAT-WSI Position Objective: Work with General Manager, Aquatic Manager and Aquatic Staff on all aquatic daily operations thereby ensuring company core values, customer satisfaction and revenue increase.Customer ServiceGreet customers when they come into the facilityCommunicate effectively with potential and existing customersBuild relationships with families and get to know their names and their children’s namesHandle customer complaints gracefully with a win/win outcomeReport to manager if complaints are unresolvedLead by example for other staff members by using the customer-focused principle in every customer interactionAT-WSI Duties:Uphold our Aqua-Tots Swim Schools Core ValuesReport to work 15 minutes prior to each shiftBe in uniform (Staff shirt) when entering any AT facility or locationCheck pool chemicals and maintain chemical logSet up teaching areasClean and maintain pool areas before and after each shiftUnderstand and uphold AT fecal contamination policiesTeach in accordance with AT curriculumBe knowledgeable in regards to parent questions regarding progression and AT curriculumFill out Aqua Cards on a consistent basisReturn Aqua Cards to correct place in binAttend staff meeting and in-service trainings. We offer permanent shifts, that will be the same each week!Job Type: Part-timeSalary: $9.50 /hourRequired education:High school or equivalent