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- Location: West Pymble, NSW
- Work-type: Casual
- Category: Recreation
- Expires: Nov. 17, 2019 at 10 p.m.
- Salary: $25 - $28 per hour
- Free gym membership
- Maintain a comprehensive knowledge of coaching
- West Pymble location
Join the team at Ku-ring-gai Fitness & Aquatic Centre and help develop successful squad programs whilst leading squad training sessions under the guidance of the Head Squad Coach.
About the Role
Reporting to the Swim School Coordinator, the Squad Coach is an essential component in the delivery of YMCA aquatic education programs and services. You are required to maintain thorough knowledge and understanding of all aspects of YMCA aquatic programs, educational trends and industry development. This role also entails;
- The delivery of safe, effective and professional sessions that progress the ability of students
- Maintaining a comprehensive knowledge of Coaching
- Ensuring that you are available to undertake every allocated squad for a minimum of 12 months
- Additional WHS, administration and planning of the Squad program
What you will need to have
- Current First Aid Certificate
- Current CPR Certificate
- Teacher of Towards Competitive Strokes/Teacher of Competitive Swimming
What we would like you to have:
- Minimum 1 year experience
- ASCTA - Current membership
- Bronze Coaching Licence Accreditation
- Any other swimming instruction qualifications
- Lifeguard qualifications (Desired but not essential)
About the Y
YMCA NSW is a profit-for-purpose organisation focused on healthy living, social impact and empowering young people. We operate 22 recreation centres, 63 Out of School Hours Care services and two camping locations which fund our diverse range of community programs, employing 1800 staff across NSW.
Our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We encourage people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family & caring responsibilities & cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage to apply.
Commitment to Safeguarding
YMCA, including Boards of Directors, is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in accordance with our Safeguarding Children and Young People framework. YMCA requires that all applicants undergo satisfactory screening prior to commencement, including but not limited to:
- a national criminal history check;
- an international criminal history check where applicants have worked overseas;
- holding or obtaining a Working with Children Clearance/ equivalent in accordance with state/ territory laws;
- Two reference checks.
Any successfully appointed applicant will be required to adhere to the Safeguarding Children and Young People framework, which includes a thorough safeguarding children and young people induction and committing to upholding the safety and wellbeing of children and young people throughout their engagement with YMCA.