Job Requisition Number: 21127. The Department of Recreational Sports provides competitive and recreational opportunities for students, faculty, staff and community members. In addition to the 33 sport clubs, the department offers a wide range of recreational activities and state of the art equipment.
This positions hours of operations vary from 2-10 hours per week.
The Aquatics Masters Coach provides instruction in recreation/instruction, competitive, and open water swimming (non-credited activities) to adult participants. Applies full knowledge and experience in swimming to create and adjust program methods and processes, as necessary, and provides instruction to participants. Ensures a safe environment and provides first responder services, as needed. Ã¯ Assists with new program development and provides activity instruction to program participants, individually or in groups. Ã¯ Maintains a supportive environment for program participants and facilitate involvement. Ensures adherence to all governing rules, policies and procedures. Represents and promotes professional conduct, university good will and high standards at all events Ã¯ Interacts with recreational program participants in a positive manner. Assists with team recruitment and performance. Ã¯ Broadens knowledge of teaching methods, techniques and skills through continuing education. Participates in required professional development activities such as in-service training.Ã¯ Working knowledge of competitive swimming practices and procedures. Ã¯ Requires verbal and written communication in the English language, active listening, dynamic flexibility, critical thinking, multi-task and time management skills. Ã¯ Must have effective inter-personal skills and ability to work effectively with athletic participants. Ã¯ Able to exercise independent sound judgment and employ reasoning skills. Ã¯ Client service minded entrepreneurial spirit and creative thinking. Ã¯ CPR/First Aid certifications are required but can be obtained through the department. Will be required to obtain Lifeguard certification within first two months in position. Ã¯ Basic Computer Knowledge. Ã¯ Must be able to successfully pass FBI and DOJ Criminal Check
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