Department: Recreational Sports Center
The incumbents will be responsible for providing sound fundamental technique and skills, proper preparation for competition and lessons in safety and sportsmanship in a fun, team-spirited environment.
- Lead a practice prepared by a full time coach
- Coaching children ages 6-18 in life skills and in swimming
- A daily commitment to working on swimmer technique with a positive outlook and energy
- Leading a dryland/stretching/mobility practice prepared by the full time coach
- Assisting in bringing out and putting away swimming equipment
- Assisting in meet set up and tear down when the Makos host a meet
- Providing feedback to the full time coach’s to the team mood and practice effectiveness
- Serve as a role model for children and teens
- Understand and act out emergency action procedure for Miami University Aquatic Center
- Have a thorough knowledge of the rules and procedures of Miami University Aquatic Center
- Be dependable, alert and able to interact with people of all ages in a positive manner
- Serve as a representative of the Recreational Sports Center and its mission
- CPR/AED/First Aid Certified/or complete within 30 days of hiring
- Competitive swimming experience
- Be able to work a minimum of 20 hours per week (25 during summer) including week nights and weekends for the full length of the swim season
- Available over summer and winter break
- Knowledgeable in competitive stroke techniques, drills, and able to diagnose technical flaws in the strokes
- Complete all USA coaching requirements within the first 30 days of employment
- Complete annual Miami University blood borne pathogens training
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