City of College Station Head Swim Coach in College Station, Texas

Job #:

1901067

Job Title:

Head Swim Coach

Opening Date/Time:

Mon. 01/07/19 12:00 AM Central Time

Salary:

$11.50/Hour

Job Type:

Seasonal/Temporary

Location:

College Station, Texas

Department:

Parks and Rec Department

FLSA:

Non-exempt position, eligible for overtime compensation.

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The Head Swim Coach is responsible for managing and directing all aspects of the April Swim Stroke Clinic and College Station Tsunami Summer Swim Team; overseeing practices, swim meets and related activities, as well as, providing training and personal development of all levels of competitive swimming, while promoting a positive recreation environment and good personal behavior.

Principal Duties:

  • Responsible for all aspects of the April Swim Stroke Clinic and Tsunami Summer Swim Team, to include but not limited, to planning, preparing, conducting, supervising and attending daily workouts and meets; developing team motivation; and overseeing swimmers at team functions, while providing a healthy, safe and nurturing environment.

  • Responsible for leading, developing, providing direction, and assigning responsibilities to the Swim Coaches, as well as, overseeing day-to-day activities.

  • Develop goals and strategies for providing effective training programs that maximize each swimmer's long term development and for a successful Clinic and Swim Team.

  • Operate all aspects of the HyTek swim team & meet manager data software to include, inputting data, uploading data files into the HyTek meet manager and attending HyTek system training as required and/or needed.

  • Monitor facility and patrons ensuring compliance to rules, regulations, policies and procedures; ensuring the proper use and safety measures of all equipment and supplies; ensuring facilities are properly maintained in clean and safe condition, and reporting items in need of repair.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Required:

Knowledge of coaching youth and the sport of swimming. Ability to teach the technical aspects of each swim stroke. Pass NWAL (Northwest Aquatic League) Coaches Certification. Ability to work schedule specific to the assigned program, which may include evening and/or weekend hours.