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Becky Adlington's Swim Stars is recruiting with Leisure Opportunities
job focus
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£19,000 - £23,000 a year
Job description:
Summary of Role

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our Becky Adlington's SwimStars Team who will coordinate the Learn to Swim provision for a cluster of sites, including primary schools.

The successful applicant will be expected to increase learning to swim and swimming participation opportunities to cover all age ranges and promote the teaching programme to a wide audience.

Applicants will possess a Level 2 Swimming Teacher Qualification and Current RLSS National Rescue Award for Swimming Teachers and Coaches or equivalent.

With previous experience of the delivery of aquatic initiatives, you should be able to prioritise your workload, have good organisational, planning and communication skills, be educated to a high standard and have good experience of partnership working.

The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced check via the Disclosure and Barring Services (DBS).

Main tasks and responsibilities:

-Manage, develop and monitor the implementation and administration of the Learn to Swim programme in order to meet the expected world-class standards of the BASS programme.
-Assist in the effective operations of the activity of the swim school programme.
-Co-ordinate the efficient and effective deployment of the team, to meet the customer, financial and operational demands of the centre.
-Mentor and develop all swimming teacher/coaches in accordance with BASS training programmes.
-Co-ordinate and implement staff training and induction sessions with regard to the planned staff training matrix.
-Provide appropriate, relevant courses throughout the year in line with the needs of the organisation.
-Prepare lesson plans and a comprehensive scheme of work that meets the requirements of BASS UK LTD.
-Assist in programming and promotions by innovating ideas and initiating actions to meet the demands of the facility’s customers, organisational plans and retention programmes.
-Assist in the communication, sales, marketing and promotion of BASS UK LTD.
-Prepare reports on the centre’s operations, events and incidents when necessary and requested. Establish and maintain excellent relationships with our customers and potential customers, handling and escalating complaints where appropriate.
-Ensure all concerns of a child safeguarding nature are referred in a timely and appropriate manner, in accordance with company Safeguarding policy.
-Adhere to the Equality and Diversity Policy, Health and Safety procedures, operating procedures, customer service standards and uniform policy at all times.
-Maintain own mandatory qualifications, licensing and CPD/ training requirements. -Teach lessons where appropriate to avoid cancellations in agreement with the National Account Manager Qualifications, experience, knowledge, skills and behaviours.
-ASA Teaching Aquatics Level 2 (or equivalent). -Knowledge and understanding of the ASA National Plan for Teaching Children program, stages 1-10 and the swimmer pathways associated with this program.
-Management or supervisory experience in businesses with high customer service demands. Experience of supervising a team including training, development, appraisals, performance management and mentoring staff.
-Experience of working with a diverse customer base.
-Understanding of relevant health and safety and employment legislation.
-Excellent verbal communication skills, particularly in relation to building trust and rapport with children and their parents/carers.
-Intermediate Microsoft Office Skills.
-Good numerical and written skills.
-Ability to work flexibly to meet the needs of the swimming lesson programme.
-Professional and sympathetic to the interests and needs of the swimmer and carer.
-Self-confident and able to inspire confidence in others.
-A solutions-focused team player with a “can-do” attitude.
-Observant – notices customers and anticipates their needs.

Person Specification We are looking for an enthusiastic, confident, self-starter with the ability to inspire and deliver exceptional results. You are passionate about sport and the way in which physical activity can change people’s lives. Most importantly, you are focused and driven to deliver on time and within budget without ever compromising the Becky Adlington Swim Star’s experience. You are a natural leader, a person who leads by example and demonstrates good judgement at all times. General Requirements: Full UK Driving License, Flexible approach to work and hours needed.

Please submit your CV and covering letter below by clicking 'Apply Now'

Job Type: Full-time
Required licence or certification:
Full UK Driving Licence
£19,000 - £23,000 a year
Job description:
Summary of Role

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our Becky Adlington's SwimStars Team who will coordinate the Learn to Swim provision for a cluster of sites, including primary schools.

The successful applicant will be expected to increase learning to swim and swimming participation opportunities to cover all age ranges and promote the teaching programme to a wide audience.

Applicants will possess a Level 2 Swimming Teacher Qualification and Current RLSS National Rescue Award for Swimming Teachers and Coaches or equivalent.

With previous experience of the delivery of aquatic initiatives, you should be able to prioritise your workload, have good organisational, planning and communication skills, be educated to a high standard and have good experience of partnership working.

The successful applicant will be required to undertake an enhanced check via the Disclosure and Barring Services (DBS).

Main tasks and responsibilities:

-Manage, develop and monitor the implementation and administration of the Learn to Swim programme in order to meet the expected world-class standards of the BASS programme.
-Assist in the effective operations of the activity of the swim school programme.
-Co-ordinate the efficient and effective deployment of the team, to meet the customer, financial and operational demands of the centre.
-Mentor and develop all swimming teacher/coaches in accordance with BASS training programmes.
-Co-ordinate and implement staff training and induction sessions with regard to the planned staff training matrix.
-Provide appropriate, relevant courses throughout the year in line with the needs of the organisation.
-Prepare lesson plans and a comprehensive scheme of work that meets the requirements of BASS UK LTD.
-Assist in programming and promotions by innovating ideas and initiating actions to meet the demands of the facility’s customers, organisational plans and retention programmes.
-Assist in the communication, sales, marketing and promotion of BASS UK LTD.
-Prepare reports on the centre’s operations, events and incidents when necessary and requested. Establish and maintain excellent relationships with our customers and potential customers, handling and escalating complaints where appropriate.
-Ensure all concerns of a child safeguarding nature are referred in a timely and appropriate manner, in accordance with company Safeguarding policy.
-Adhere to the Equality and Diversity Policy, Health and Safety procedures, operating procedures, customer service standards and uniform policy at all times.
-Maintain own mandatory qualifications, licensing and CPD/ training requirements. -Teach lessons where appropriate to avoid cancellations in agreement with the National Account Manager Qualifications, experience, knowledge, skills and behaviours.
-ASA Teaching Aquatics Level 2 (or equivalent). -Knowledge and understanding of the ASA National Plan for Teaching Children program, stages 1-10 and the swimmer pathways associated with this program.
-Management or supervisory experience in businesses with high customer service demands. Experience of supervising a team including training, development, appraisals, performance management and mentoring staff.
-Experience of working with a diverse customer base.
-Understanding of relevant health and safety and employment legislation.
-Excellent verbal communication skills, particularly in relation to building trust and rapport with children and their parents/carers.
-Intermediate Microsoft Office Skills.
-Good numerical and written skills.
-Ability to work flexibly to meet the needs of the swimming lesson programme.
-Professional and sympathetic to the interests and needs of the swimmer and carer.
-Self-confident and able to inspire confidence in others.
-A solutions-focused team player with a “can-do” attitude.
-Observant – notices customers and anticipates their needs.

Person Specification We are looking for an enthusiastic, confident, self-starter with the ability to inspire and deliver exceptional results. You are passionate about sport and the way in which physical activity can change people’s lives. Most importantly, you are focused and driven to deliver on time and within budget without ever compromising the Becky Adlington Swim Star’s experience. You are a natural leader, a person who leads by example and demonstrates good judgement at all times. General Requirements: Full UK Driving License, Flexible approach to work and hours needed.

Please submit your CV and covering letter below by clicking 'Apply Now'

Job Type: Full-time
Required licence or certification:
Full UK Driving Licence
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10 week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10 week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
£13 - £15 per hour
Job description:
Role:

To help teach and coach people of all ages and abilities to develop swimming skills, technique and confidence in the water.

Skills:

-Enthusiastic and positive attitude towards swimming
-Good communicator
-The ability to inspire confidence and motivate swimmers
-Perseverance and patience
-The ability to encourage people and put them at ease
-An understanding of how to differentiate in a coaching session
-Ideally, the candidate will hold a valid National Reach Rescue Award / Pool Attendant Qualification or National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, although not essential.
-Professional, punctual and well-organised person responsible for the implementation, development and organisation of swimming classes
-Flexibility to work weekdays, evenings and weekends


Main Duties:

-To plan and deliver lessons ensuring adherence to the scheme of work and lesson plans
-Integration of the ASA Learn to Swim Framework and programme reward schemes into your classes
-Ensure safe provision of all equipment and ensure it is used correctly
-Make sure safety standards are followed in sessions and undertake risk assessments
-Identify participants’ abilities and encourage them to reach their full potential
-Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
-Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
-Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
-To be a positive role model, creating a positive and fun environment in which to motivate and encourage children and adults to participate in swimming
-Set ground rules for each session
-Evaluate sessions and give feedback
-Regularly assess each participant’s ability and progress and arrange for the award of the appropriate certificates
-To attend regular meetings with the Regional Coordinator as and when necessary.
-To agree to abide by a code of conduct and carry out duties in accordance BASS and site policies, including equal opportunities, safeguarding children, health and safety at work, etc.

Additional Requirements:

-Enhanced DBS checked
-One term (10-week commitment)


Please submit your contact details, cover letter, and CV below to apply for this vacancy
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