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Brean Splash is recruiting with Leisure Opportunities
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£21,000 - £26,000 per annum
Job location: Somerset, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
We are recruiting for an experienced Pool Manager for our award-winning Waterpark in Brean Sands, Brean Splash Waterpark.

Our Indoor facilities are open all year and include a 6 lane 25m pool, Baby Pool, 2 Waterslides and Splash Zone which is a shallow beached entry Pool with 4 mini slides. Our Outside areas open May-Sept and include 3 outdoor water slides and Seaside Pool which has 3 mini waterslides.

Within the Leisure Complex, we have a fantastic Gym and Soft Play area (Brean Play). We run a large Swim School and have an expanding membership database. Our team can exceed 50 team members at peak.

Applicants must hold a valid NPLQ qualification, Pool Plant Operators Certificate and ideally hold a RLSS Trainer Assessor Qualification.

Applicants must also be working (or have worked) at a comparable Pool Manager or Assistant Manager level within a current Leisure Facility and be looking for a new challenge within a larger facility.

Reporting to the Leisure Manager your daily responsibilities will include opening and closing the Waterpark. Operating pool plant, Water testing, Rotas, Cash Handling, Recruitment, Enforcing the NOP & EAP to ensure the safe and compliant running of the Waterpark, Induction and training and mentoring. You will take the role of Assistant Leisure Manager with Pool management responsibilities and work alongside a 2nd Assistant Leisure Manager whose responsibility is for swim school and gym management.

Full time, permanent role working 5.5 days a week, including weekends. Future training and development opportunities are available. Accommodation may be available for 3 months for re-location purposes if required.

We are an award-winning family business that has been trading for over 70 years. Our business includes Holiday Resort Unity, Brean Golf Club, Brean Play and Brean Splash Waterpark.

In return we offer

-Competitive salary paid monthly
-Free leisure benefits including free swim pass and discounted gym and golf membership
-Free car parking
Everyone Active is recruiting with Leisure Opportunities
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Competitive
Job location: Nationwide, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Want a career in the fitness industry? Then we want to hear from you!

We offer 12-month apprenticeships courses for budding fitness enthusiasts, which include gym instruction, recreation assistant training, reception training and lifeguarding and swim instruction.

Our apprentices will earn while they learn during their 12-month contract with Everyone Active, winner of the sectors operator of the year award for 2017.

To find out more about the different roles involved, click apply now.
Becky Adlington's Swim Stars is recruiting with Leisure Opportunities
job focus
£13 - £15 per hour
Job sector: swimming
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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£ 19,305 - £ 22,876
Job location: Leicester, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
DMU was awarded Gold in the recent Teaching Excellence Framework. This achievement recognises a range of strengths for which DMU has become well-known: teaching excellence, an outstanding student experience, high student employability, a wide range of volunteering opportunities, a determination to widen participation in higher education, and an unwavering commitment to improving student achievement.

We also enjoy rewarding links regionally and nationally including our partnership agreements with the city’s rugby and football clubs. These links enable our students to learn skills and to apply their knowledge in new environments, helping them to forge contacts and develop their future careers.

The Estates & Commercial Services Directorate is large and diverse, employing circa 300 people, ranging from plumbers, engineers, carpenters, cleaners, porters, leisure centre assistants, to property management professionals, architects, project officers, CAD, space management, sustainability and energy and administrative personnel.

9.5 hours per week, Sunday 10.00am - 8.30pm

We are currently looking to recruit a dynamic, customer service focused Leisure Assistant to assist the Duty Officers in the operational aspects of running busy, City Centre based leisure facilities. The service comprises of a 25 metre, 6 lane swimming pool and sauna, an 8 court and a 3 court sports halls, 3 x multi-purpose studios, a 13 metre high climbing wall and a state of the art 100+ station fitness suite.

DMU is committed to excellence in the student experience and by joining the current leisure team you will demonstrate a thorough understanding of what it takes to provide excellent customer service, with a flexible approach to work and to the challenge of responding to rapidly changing priorities.

You will enjoy working both as part of the fitness team and as part of the larger leisure centre team. You will be expected to use your initiative and work without direct supervision, to maintain a welcoming environment for all customers and to ensure the professional running of busy leisure facilities at all times.

You will be required to work evenings and weekends, and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required.

You will have sports/leisure centre experience and be highly motivated and have the ability to deal with customers in a professional and friendly manner, be able to competently supervise and control a busy fitness suite environment and when required act as a lifeguard and climbing wall instructor.

You should be trained as a YMCA level 2 Fitness Instructor, or equivalent, be NPLQ or equivalent qualified, have a Climbing Wall Leading Award/Single Pitch Award or higher with experience working in a climbing wall and have a valid first aid at work certificate. Candidates without the relevant lifeguard and climbing wall qualifications may be considered, but must be willing to attain both qualifications through training.

Please note: this is a part-time post and salary will be pro-rata'd

Closing Date: 18 March 2018

To apply for this role and for further details on the posistion, please click 'Apply Now' below.
£ 19,305 - £ 22,876
Job location: Leicester, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
DMU was awarded Gold in the recent Teaching Excellence Framework. This achievement recognises a range of strengths for which DMU has become well-known: teaching excellence, an outstanding student experience, high student employability, a wide range of volunteering opportunities, a determination to widen participation in higher education, and an unwavering commitment to improving student achievement.

We also enjoy rewarding links regionally and nationally including our partnership agreements with the city’s rugby and football clubs. These links enable our students to learn skills and to apply their knowledge in new environments, helping them to forge contacts and develop their future careers.

The Estates & Commercial Services Directorate is large and diverse, employing circa 300 people, ranging from plumbers, engineers, carpenters, cleaners, porters, leisure centre assistants, to property management professionals, architects, project officers, CAD, space management, sustainability and energy and administrative personnel.

13.5 hours per week Thursday 4.00pm - 10.30pm and Saturday 12.00 noon - 8.30pm

We are currently looking to recruit a dynamic, customer service focused Leisure Assistant to assist the Duty Officers in the operational aspects of running busy, City Centre based leisure facilities. The service comprises of a 25 metre, 6 lane swimming pool and sauna, an 8 court and a 3 court sports halls, 3 x multi-purpose studios, a 13 metre high climbing wall and a state of the art 100+ station fitness suite.

DMU is committed to excellence in the student experience and by joining the current leisure team you will demonstrate a thorough understanding of what it takes to provide excellent customer service, with a flexible approach to work and to the challenge of responding to rapidly changing priorities.

You will enjoy working both as part of the fitness team and as part of the larger leisure centre team. You will be expected to use your initiative and work without direct supervision, to maintain a welcoming environment for all customers and to ensure the professional running of busy leisure facilities at all times.

You will be required to work evenings and weekends, and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required.

You will have sports/leisure centre experience and be highly motivated and have the ability to deal with customers in a professional and friendly manner, be able to competently supervise and control a busy fitness suite environment and when required act as a lifeguard and climbing wall instructor.

You should be trained as a YMCA level 2 Fitness Instructor, or equivalent, be NPLQ or equivalent qualified, have a Climbing Wall Leading Award/Single Pitch Award or higher with experience working in a climbing wall and have a valid first aid at work certificate. Candidates without the relevant lifeguard and climbing wall qualifications may be considered, but must be willing to attain both qualifications through training.

Please note: this is a part-time post and salary will be pro-rata'd

Closing Date: 18 March 2018

To apply for this role and for further details on the posistion, please click 'Apply Now' below.
£17,017
Job location: Winchester, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:


The successful applicant will be a self-motivated team player with excellent communication skills.

You must hold a current NPLQ.

Duties will include lifeguarding, dealing with enquiries, working on reception and cleaning both wet and dry side of the pool.

The pool remains open for 52 weeks of the year.

There would also be the opportunity for voluntary overtime, based on the fluctuating needs of the pool.

This role: full-time position; 40 hours per week, working on a rotating three-weekly shift pattern

Benefits include a generous contributory pension scheme, use of the swimming pool, refreshments and meals (during term time) when on duty.

Closing date for applications: 05 March 2018
Interviews: Week beginning 12 March 2018

For a full Job Description please click here.

For an application pack please click 'Apply Now' below.

St Swithun’s is a registered charity providing education for boys and girls and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All staff are expected to share and support this commitment and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service
£16,500 - £17,100 annual salary
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
The Company

Love Withington Baths (LWB) is a charitable organisation run by local people with a shared vision to provide accessible and affordable high quality leisure opportunities for its residents and local businesses (www.lovewithingtonbaths.com).  Withington Leisure Centre is over 100 years old and contains a 60-station gym, a 22 x 6m pool, two studios, physiotherapy room and a small café.

The role of Receptionist/Lifeguard

Reporting directly to the Facility Manager we are looking for a high-quality Receptionist ideally with previous experience in the leisure industry. The person will also be required to undertake lifeguarding responsibilities for which training will be provided if you do not already have the NPLQ. The role will require flexible working with a shift pattern including early starts, evenings and weekends. This will be 40 hours a week full-time but we will also consider part-time candidates. The role is wide and diverse so we are looking for someone who has a broad and proven skill set that can encompass the requirements of the role. The things we are looking for in our successful candidate include but are not limited to:

-Excellent communication skills
-Fantastic customer service including handling complaints
-Sales experience
-Lifeguarding
-Database and systems management – e.g. of our membership and swim school
-Finance – including payments to suppliers and recording revenue
-Cleaning will also be required as part of this role
-The person we are after will
-Have excellent communication skills, verbal, written and IT based
-Have good numerical skills and be confident and comfortable handling cash/taking card payments

Be the positive and enthusiastic face of Withington Baths. As the first member of staff, visitors encounter, you will need to be adept in welcoming all people visiting the baths, you will need to be comfortable dealing with a wide range and variety of people and excel at making them feel welcomed and part of the Love Withington Baths family.

Remuneration: £16,500 - £17,100 annual salary

In line with the Immigration, Nationality and Asylum Act, all applicants will be expected to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK if invited to interview. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and all sections of the community. This post is also subject to an e hanced DBS check.

Please apply by submitting a letter of application, addressing the above points and your suitability for this position, along with your CV below.
£19,700 - £20,800 + potential for additional earnings
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
The Company

Love Withington Baths (LWB) is a charitable organisation run by local people with a shared vision to provide accessible and affordable high-quality leisure opportunities for all its residents and local businesses.

It has been running Withington Leisure Centre since 2015.

Withington Leisure Centre is over 100 years old and contains a 60-station gym, a 22 x 6m pool, two studios and a small café. Since taking over, membership has grown from zero to just under 2,000 and we now run over 60 classes for people of all ages.

Our swimming programme has also grown and offers significant opportunities for further expansion. We run day-time lessons to our 9 local primary schools and deliver an after-school programme to over 350 children from age 0 – 11. One-to-one lessons for adults and children are also growing.

The Role

Reporting directly to the Facility Manager we are ideally looking for a highly motivated and experienced Swimming Instructor with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the leisure industry.

The role will require flexible working with a shift pattern – with an approximate 75:25 split between Swim Teacher and Lifeguarding envisaged. This includes early starts, evenings and a regular weekend slot. We also welcome applications from candidates interested only in part-time work. The successful candidate will have a track record of delivering high-quality swimming classes.

Applicants for this role must have a Level II ASA or STA Swimming Teacher qualification. It would be considered a positive addition to your application if you one or more of the following:

-First Aid at Work Qualification
-Knowledge of Health and Safety Requirements
-NPLQ
-Pool Plant Operators qualification

We operate a flexible staffing structure with all staff required to work across the facility. If you do not have the above desirable qualifications, you will be provided with this training during year 1, so that you can subsequently undertake associated tasks.

The person we are after will:

-Have an excellent track record of delivering high-quality swimming lessons to young people
-Be able to communicate effectively with children, parents and other facility users
-Be able to work as part of a team
-Strive to deliver high customer service standards in all aspects of the facility

Remuneration:

£19,700 - £20,800 annual salary (pro-rata for the part-time position) with the potential to earn additional revenue from 1-2-1 lessons

In line with the Immigration, Nationality and Asylum Act, all applicants will be expected to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK if invited to interview. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and all sections of the community. This post is also subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Please apply by submitting a letter of application, addressing the above points and your suitability for this position, along with your CV below.
Hourly rate up to £8.50 per hour - 44 hours per week
Job location: Somerset, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
We are recruiting for an experienced Head Lifeguard for our award-winning Waterpark in Brean Sands, Brean Splash Waterpark.

Our Indoor facilities are open all year and include a 6 lane 25m pool, Baby Pool, 2 Waterslides and Splash Zone which is a shallow beached entry Pool with 4 mini slides. Our Outside areas open May-Sept and include 3 outdoor water slides and Seaside Pool which has 3 mini waterslides.

Within the Leisure Complex, we have a fantastic Gym and Soft Play area (Brean Play). We run a large Swim School and have an expanding membership database. Our team can exceed 50 team members at peak.

Applicants for this head lifeguard role must hold a valid NPLQ qualification. Pool Plant Operators Certificate & RLSS trainer and assessor award is benficial but not essential. Applicants must also have a minimum of 2 years experience as a lifeguard and ideally at a senior or head lifeguard position.

Duties will include supporting and coaching the lifeguard team, operating pool plant and water testing and enforcing the NOP & EAP to ensure the safe and compliant running of the Waterpark and providing a fantastic service to our guests. You will also assist You will also be trained as a Duty Officer that will be opening and closing the Waterpark.

Full time, permanent role working 5.5 days a week, including weekends. Future training and development opportunities are available. Accommodation may be available for 3 months for re-location purposes if required.

We are an award-winning family business that has been trading for over 70 years. Our business includes Holiday Resort Unity, Brean Golf Club, Brean Play and Brean Splash Waterpark.

In return we offer

-Competitive wage paid monthly
-Free leisure benefits including free swim pass and discounted gym and golf membership
-Free car parking
£16,983 (plus 10% salary enhancement for unique working pattern)
Job location: Southampton, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
An exciting opportunity has arisen to work in the University of Southampton’s Sport and Wellbeing facilities, which are open to its students, staff and members of the wider community.

These include the Jubilee Sports Centre, Mayflower Gym, Wide Lane Sports’ Ground and the Watersports Centre. An extensive range of sport and leisure classes, courses and facilities are available to our customers from 07:00 to 22:00 every day of the week.

We are looking for a sports professional to provide a consistently high-quality sports and leisure service to our customers all year round.

This post is for three permanent positions.

The successful candidates will work at Jubilee Sports Centre, Mayflower Gym and Wide Lane Sports Ground on a rolling rota.

The post holders should be qualified to GCSE/NVQ 2/City and Guilds or equivalent. Holding a Life Guarding NVQ/NPLQ Level 2 or equivalent and First Aid qualification is essential, as is being a Member of Register of Exercise Professionals Level 2 or equivalent.

Relevant work experience in the fitness and leisure industry is an advantage.

The successful candidate will be part of a highly motivated and organised Sport and Wellbeing team responsible for ensuring safe and efficient daily operation of the facilities, meeting accredited standards and ensuring that our customers are advised or supported during their leisure activities, classes, courses or instruction.

You should have proven experience in handling a diverse range of situations in a customer focused environment.

As well as core benefits including maternity, paternity and adoption leave and sickness benefits, other benefits include access to arts and culture facilities, childcare vouchers, a range of staff discounts and flexible working policies.

Application procedure:

You should submit your completed online application form by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below.

£19,000 - £23,000 a year
Job sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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
Competitive hourly rate
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Everyone Active’s award-winning swimming lessons are among the best in the business, and our superb swim teachers are a key part of that success. To help keep up these very high standards, we’re looking for qualified swim teachers to join our team.

We’re looking for a very special sort of person to fill this role and, if you think you fit these criteria, we’d love to hear more from you. We need you to hold a minimum Level 2 teaching qualification, as well as being up-to-date on all the latest teaching techniques.

But most of all, you need to be passionate about helping people learn this vital – and fantastic fun – life skill according to the Learn to Swim Framework (LTSF), as well as focussed on making sure that your pupils enjoy their lessons and that you can motivate yourself to continue to work to high standards.

Come and work with us, you’ll receive a supremely competitive hourly rate and work in a lively and friendly environment, as well as enjoying a whole host of benefits that include free membership to our 150+ centres nationwide.

If this sounds like you, we’d love you to get in touch. Simply send your CV and cover letter by clicking on ‘apply now’.
Competitive
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Everyone Active is currently seeking high calibre, positive, supportive, inclusive and progressive individuals.

You will also need to embrace our brand mission of 30 minutes of activity 5 times a week.

We are looking for enthusiastic and energetic candidates to work as part of a friendly team to provide a fun, safe and quality experience for all of our customers. Lifeguards receive competitive rates of pay and benefit from free use of the gym and swimming pool.

Key Results:
* Effective communication with other team members
* Equipment Setups, safely and on time
* Ensure you maintain company standards at all times
* To provide safe and effective pool supervision
* Building cleanliness and other various house keeping duties
* To build and be part of a successful and well motivated team
* Customer Services

Current RLSS NPLQ is essential

Successful candidates will receive further site specific training and a full company induction. Self motivation and a positive attitude is a must.

Everyone Active is an equal opportunities employer and an Investors in People organisation, who are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All applicants will be required to undertake checks and references prior to appointment.

www.everyoneactive.com
£8.70 per hour
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Hours of Work: Part Time
Contract Type: Flexible hours over a 4 - week period

We’re a thriving team passionate about working together to deliver excellence, all in a natural forest environment.

Join the UK’s number one short break destination. We are proud to have more than 7,000 team members across five Center Parcs Villages and Head Office, working to create memorable experiences for families in beautiful forest locations.

ABOUT US
Aqua Sana is an award-winning spa offering a combination of experiences, products and treatments. Each spa – one at each Center Parcs location – is uniquely designed, with a minimum of 15 spa experience rooms to explore. There is also an extensive range of face and body treatments available to book, carried out by expert therapists using products from the finest treatment houses including Elemis and Decléor.

Aqua Sana is extremely popular and is accessible to both guests staying on the Village as a Center Parcs guest, and external guests who visit Aqua Sana during a Spa Day, Luxury Spa Break or for a treatment.

ABOUT THE BENEFITS
- Annual profit share/management bonus
- Staff Reward Scheme
- Free use of leisure facilities
- Discounted Center Parcs breaks
- 20% discount in restaurant and retail outlets

ABOUT THE ROLE
We are looking for a qualified Lifeguard to join our award winning Health and Beauty spa.

As an Aqua Sana Spa Assistant you will provide a safe, clean and luxurious environment for our guests. You will be responsible for engaging with our guests and exceeding their expectations by providing excellent service. Lifeguard duties and maintaining the relaxing ambience of the Spa will be a priority. Sustaining excellent standards of the Spa through general maintenance and stringent cleaning procedures is a daily requirement of this role.

The successful candidate will be engaging and naturally helpful with excellent communications skills. You will work well on your own initiative as well as within a close team environment.

HOURS OF WORK
You will be contracted to work 90 hours per 4 week period, on a flexible basis. This means that your days and hours of work could vary each week, but you will always receive at least your contracted hours each period.

You will be required to work a 7.5 hour shift falling between the hours of 7.30am and 9.30pm. Your shifts will include working alternate weekends and some public / bank holidays on a rota basis.

ABOUT YOU

Essential requirements:
- Current RLSS National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ)
- Good standard of general education

Desirable requirements:
- Previous experience of working in a Spa environment
- Pool plant operation knowledge
- A First Aid qualification

Closing date: 27 February 2018 at 12 Noon
Interviews to be held: Week commencing 5 March 2018

Please note this vacancy may close at any time once sufficient applications have been received. Early submission of your application is therefore encouraged.
£5,850 plus benefits (Part time 15 hours)
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Mytime Active Leisure Centres have something for everyone, from swimming pools, gyms and exercise studios to floodlit sports pitches, soft play zones, ten pin bowling and community halls.

Within this role, you will play a key part to ensure the comfort and safety of all users of the facility and to provide excellent customer care.

You will be working as part of a team responsible for the pool, cleaning and general maintenance of equipment.

We would prefer that you hold a current National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, but strong swimmers will be considered and NPLQ training provided. (Continued employment will be subject to satisfactory completion of the NPLQ and a swimming skills test will be conducted as a part of the interview.)

A First Aid qualification is also desirable but not essential as training can be provided for the right candidate.

You should have experience of upholding excellent cleaning standards in a multi-use facility.

Able to work as part of a team and on own initiative.

Motivated to serve the public.

Good verbal and written communication skills.

This post is subject to satisfactory DBS clearance.

Part-time 15 hours Tuesdays, Thursday and Fridays 11-4pm

In return, you get to work for a great company with like-minded people with a competitive salary and benefits package including:

-Free access to Mytime Leisure & Golf for you and one other;
-Free access to Mytime Health services;
-25 days annual leave (excluding bank holidays);
-Holiday purchase scheme;
-20% off food and beverage and free hot drinks;
-Stakeholder pension;
-Exceptional achievement award scheme;
-Employee discount & salary sacrifice scheme; and Childcare Vouchers.


Download the job description and person specification

Please submit your CV and cover letter below to apply.

Pending Successful Course Completion
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
We’re a thriving team passionate about working together to deliver excellence, all in a natural forest environment.

Join the UK’s number one short break destination. We are proud to have more than 7,000 team members across five Center Parcs Villages and Head Office, working to create memorable experiences for families in beautiful forest locations.

ABOUT US

Nestled in the heart of our forest you will find the centrepiece of Center Parcs, the Subtropical Swimming Paradise. Open from 10 am to 9 pm daily the huge pool area includes a toddler pool, wave pool, whirlpool and exciting flumes as well as the wild water rapids. Swimming lessons are available for all ages with qualified instructors. There are many activities available from learning to Snorkel, Scuba Diving and Aqua jets.

ABOUT THE BENEFITS

-Annual profit share/management bonus
-Staff Reward Scheme
-Free use of leisure facilities
-Discounted Center Parcs breaks
-20% discount in restaurant and retail outlets

ABOUT THE ROLE

We are running a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification course in order to expand our team.

The NPLQ course will include classroom sessions on the responsibilities of being a Lifeguard, how to observe our pool guests, how to rescue those in need and administer first aid and CPR.

An offer of employment is subject to the successful completion and award of the qualification. Although there will be no fee to attend the course, a training agreement will be completed upon commencement for successful candidates. Please note that you will not be paid to attend the course.

Please note that you will need to be available to attend the course commencing on Monday 19 March 2018 to Friday 23 March 2018 from 8 am to 4.30pm each day.

Due to the sensitive nature of this role the successful applicants who are offered employment will be required to apply for disclosure with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB). This disclosure, together with other selection information, will need to be satisfactory to the Company for employment to commence.

ABOUT YOU

Essential requirements:

-You must be at least 16 years of age at the time you undertake the NPLQ Course
-You must be able to jump/dive into deep water
-You must be able to swim 50 metres in less than 60 seconds
-You must be able to swim 100 metres continuously on front and back in deep water
-You must be able to tread water for 30 seconds
-You must be able to surface dive to the floor of the pool
-You must be able to climb out of the pool unaided without ladder/steps and where the pool design permits

£8.70 per hour
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
We’re a thriving team passionate about working together to deliver excellence, all in a natural forest environment.

Join the UK’s number one short break destination. We are proud to have more than 7,000 team members across five Center Parcs Villages and Head Office, working to create memorable experiences for families in beautiful forest locations.

ABOUT US

With up to 200 indoor and outdoor activities available, Center Parcs is the perfect place for families to try something new together. The Leisure team plays a key role in ensuring families feel confident, safe and happy during their activity, whatever their age or ability.

There are many opportunities in the Leisure team, and our offering of activities continues to grow. From donning an eye patch in Pirate and Princess Adventure to whizzing around a track in Quad Bike Safari or scaling the forest canopy in Aerial Adventure, our focus is on delivering a quality experience that guests will remember, whether it’s their first or fiftieth time.

ABOUT THE BENEFITS

-Annual profit share/management bonus
-Staff Reward Scheme
-Free use of leisure facilities
-Discounted Center Parcs breaks
-20% discount in restaurant and retail outlets

ABOUT THE ROLE

A Lifeguard is the main point of contact for our guests in the Subtropical Swimming Paradise. You will demonstrate just the right mix of welcoming our guests in a positive, friendly manner and ensuring compliance with the Health and Safety necessary in the pool environment. As the face of Center Parcs you will make a great lasting impression on our guests, impressing them with your professionalism and guest care skills.

You will be a friendly, naturally helpful and vigilant team member who naturally seeks out opportunities to ensure the guests' requirements are met. You will be responsible for maintaining cleanliness standards within the Subtropical Swimming Paradise and ensure that all company and legal requirements are met at all times.

Due to the sensitive nature of this role the successful applicant will be required to apply for disclosure with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB). This disclosure, together with other selection information, will need to be satisfactory to the Company for employment to commence.

HOURS OF WORK

You will be contracted to work 150 hours per 4 week period, on a flexible basis. This means that your days and hours of work could vary each week but you will always receive your contracted hours each period.

As our Village is open 365 days of the year, your working hours will include weekends and public/bank holidays on a rota basis.

ABOUT YOU

Essential requirements:

-A valid NPLQ – National Pool Lifeguard Qualification
-Candidates must be able to swim 50 metres in 55 seconds to progress to interview stage

Desirable requirements:

The ideal candidate will be qualified or have experience of the following:

-First Aid Certificate
-Experience in Pool Plant Operation
-Use of a Defibrillator

£15,600
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Mytime Active Leisure is predominantly in the London borough of Bromley, we invest in our local communities to improve their access to quality health and fitness services.

The Role

Within this role, you will play a key part to ensure the comfort and safety of all users of the Leisure facilities and to provide excellent customer care.

You will be working as part of a team responsible as a lifeguard for the pool and pool area, with cleaning and general maintenance of equipment.

We would prefer that you hold a current National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, but strong swimmers will be considered and NPLQ training provided. (Continued employment will be subject to satisfactory completion of the NPLQ and a swimming skills test will be conducted prior to an interview.)

A First Aid qualification is also desirable but not essential as training can be provided for the right candidate. Opportunities to further develop in this role with training in Pool Plant Operator and Swimming Instructor.

You should have experience of upholding excellent cleaning standards in a multi-use facility.

Able to work as part of a team and on own initiative.

Motivated to serve the public.

Good verbal and written communication skills.

In return, you get to work for a great company with like-minded people with a competitive salary and benefits package including:

-Free access to Mytime Leisure & Golf for you and one other
-22 days annual leave (excluding bank holidays)
-Holiday purchase scheme
-20% off food and beverage and free hot drinks
-Stakeholder pension
-Exceptional achievement award scheme
-Employee discount & salary sacrifice scheme; and Childcare vouchers

Download the job description and person specification

Interested? Please apply by submitting your CV and covering letter below
£13 - £15 per hour
Job sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
Only 3 days left to apply!
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
Only 3 days left to apply!
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 sector: swimming
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 sector: swimming
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
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Job location: Kettering, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Kettering Swimming Pool
Salary: £7435.00

Legacy Leisure is a not for profit charitable organisation, committed to providing a diverse and meaningful range of leisure and culture related activities for the local community.

We are currently looking for a Duty Manager to work 17 hours per week, predominantly during evenings and at weekends.

Reporting to the General Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day operations of the Centre, including health and safety, customer care and leading and managing the recreation staff.

A National Pool Lifeguard Qualification is essential and First Aid at Work, Pool Plant Operators and fitness qualifications are desirable.

The successful candidate should have previous knowledge of the leisure industry, with excellent communication skills, flexibility and a commitment to customer service.

The position is subject to a successful DBS check.

If you believe you have the skills required for the above post, please click 'Apply Now' below.

Applications By: 18th March 2018.
GLL
Up to £9.30 an hour
Job location: Ruislip, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
GLL are looking for casual Leisure Assistants to work at Highgrove Pool and Fitness Centre in Ruislip, West London. If you have the talent and ambition to join us as a Lifeguard, there's never been a more exciting time to progress with a sector leader. This is more than a Lifeguard job - it's a career. Professional development is just the start. To ensure you stay at the top of your game, we provide training with practical and theory elements too.

Pool safety can't be underestimated - and neither can the responsibility that comes with this vital lifeguarding role. Our scale means we can also offer scope to progress, and variety like nowhere else - from regular pool rotations, supervising and cleaning the pool area, to setting up equipment and delivering a first-class customer service when dealing with queries. Do your job well, and there shouldn't ever be an emergency. But if the unexpected should happen, you'll be equipped with the skills to potentially save a life.

If you're calm under pressure, highly responsible and a natural with people from all walks of life, this is your chance to develop as a Lifeguard. We look for integrity, a can-do attitude and a real focus on customer service. Passion and personality will also stand you in good stead, combined with knowledge of health and safety legislation and a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification. A great team player, you'll make sure our customers have the best possible experience - in terms of enjoyment, safety and hygiene.

In return, we offer:

Discounted membership at our leisure centres
Career pathways
Ongoing training and development
If you think you'd be a good fit for this role, apply now.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us

Better Children’s Centres are run by GLL, the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
GLL
Up to £9.75 per hour
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
We're looking for Lifeguards to help with our women-only swim sessions at Cally Pool and Gym in Barnsbury, North London. Many of our centres are in culturally diverse locations and we run female-only swim sessions to accommodate the needs of the communities in the area.

Building on our continued growth, we're now the UK's largest leisure provider and the first leisure social enterprise - and set for even greater success. If you have the talent and passion to join us as a Lifeguard, there's never been a more exciting time to progress with a sector leader. This is more than a Lifeguard job - it can be a career for those who want it, or a great way to earn extra money working a desired amount of shifts each week. Professional development is just the start. To ensure you stay at the top of your game, we provide training with practical and theory elements too.

Pool safety can't be underestimated - and neither can the responsibility that comes with this vital lifeguarding role. Our scale means we can also offer scope to progress, and variety like nowhere else - from regular pool rotations, supervising and cleaning the pool area, to setting up equipment and delivering a first-class customer service when dealing with queries. Do your job well, and there shouldn't ever be an emergency. But if the unexpected should happen, you'll be equipped with the skills to potentially save a life.

If you're calm under pressure, highly responsible and a natural with people from all walks of life (especially with our women-only swim sessions), this is your chance to develop as a Lifeguard. We look for integrity, a can-do attitude and a real focus on customer service. Passion and personality will also stand you in good stead, combined with knowledge of health and safety legislation and a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification. A great team player, you'll make sure our customers have the best possible experience - in terms of enjoyment, safety and hygiene.

In return, we offer a range of benefits that you'd expect from the UK's largest leisure provider:

Pension schemes
Discounted membership at our leisure centres
Career pathways
Ongoing training and development to help you to be the best
If you have the passion and skills for this role, apply now.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us

Better Children’s Centres are run by GLL, the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
GLL
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Thamesmere Leisure Centre in Thamesmead, South East London is looking for a Recreation / Leisure Assistant Apprentice. If you love sport, fitness and exercise, this apprenticeship could help you build a career out of your passion.

The Recreation / Leisure Assistant Apprenticeship is a hands-on and active role. You could be doing anything from Lifeguarding a pool to setting up a sports hall for a badminton or football session. Whatever you're doing though, rest assured you'll have all the support of a big, friendly team behind you as well as proper training to give you the confidence and knowledge to do your job well.

You'll need to:

Be a strong swimmer - you'll have to do a timed swim test before you start
Be friendly - you'll be helping lots of our customers
Be hard-working - our leisure centres open weekends and early mornings (don't worry, you won't have to do them all the time!)
Enjoy learning - we'll train you to get qualifications including a Level 2 NVQ in Leisure Operations and your National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ)
These apprenticeships are based in Better Leisure Centres, which are run by GLL - the UK's largest leisure operator - so if you're hard-working and pass your apprenticeship, you'll have the opportunity to build a long-term career with us.

In return, we offer:

Discounted membership at our Better Leisure Centres
Free uniform
Competitive salary
Ride to Work scheme
Pension
Training and career development opportunities
Apply now and see how far you can go with a Better Apprenticeship.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us

Better Children’s Centres are run by GLL, the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
GLL
Up to £9.30 per hour
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
GLL is looking for casual Leisure Assistants to work at Charlton Lido and Lifestyle Club in Charlton, South East London. If you have the talent and ambition to join us as a Lifeguard, there's never been a more exciting time to progress with a sector leader. This is more than a Lifeguard job - it's a career. Professional development is just the start. To ensure you stay at the top of your game, we provide training with practical and theory elements too.

Pool safety can't be underestimated - and neither can the responsibility that comes with this vital lifeguarding role. Our scale means we can also offer scope to progress, and variety like nowhere else - from regular pool rotations, supervising and cleaning the pool area, to setting up equipment and delivering a first-class customer service when dealing with queries. Do your job well, and there shouldn't ever be an emergency. But if the unexpected should happen, you'll be equipped with the skills to potentially save a life.

If you're calm under pressure, highly responsible and a natural with people from all walks of life, this is your chance to develop as a Lifeguard. We look for integrity, a can-do attitude and a real focus on customer service. Passion and personality will also stand you in good stead, combined with knowledge of health and safety legislation and a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification. A great team player, you'll make sure our customers have the best possible experience - in terms of enjoyment, safety and hygiene.

In return, we offer a range of benefits that you'd expect from the UK's largest leisure provider:

Pension schemes
Discounted membership at our leisure centres
Career pathways
Ongoing training and development to help you to be the best
If you think you'd be a good fit for this role, apply now.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us

Better Children’s Centres are run by GLL, the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
GLL
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
GLL are looking for Recreation Assistants to work at Chelsea Sports Centre in Chelsea, West London. If you have the talent and ambition to join us as a Lifeguard, there's never been a more exciting time to progress with a sector leader. This is more than a Lifeguard job - it's a career. Professional development is just the start. To ensure you stay at the top of your game, we provide training with practical and theory elements too.

Pool safety can't be underestimated - and neither can the responsibility that comes with this vital lifeguarding role. Our scale means we can also offer scope to progress, and variety like nowhere else - from regular pool rotations, supervising and cleaning the pool area, to setting up equipment and delivering a first-class customer service when dealing with queries. Do your job well, and there shouldn't ever be an emergency. But if the unexpected should happen, you'll be equipped with the skills to potentially save a life.

If you're calm under pressure, highly responsible and a natural with people from all walks of life, this is your chance to develop as a Lifeguard. We look for integrity, a can-do attitude and a real focus on customer service. Passion and personality will also stand you in good stead, combined with knowledge of health and safety legislation and a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification. A great team player, you'll make sure our customers have the best possible experience - in terms of enjoyment, safety and hygiene.

In return, we offer:

Pension
Childcare vouchers
Ride to work scheme
Discounted membership at our leisure centres
The opportunity to join the GLL Society and have a say in how we're run plus associated social events
Career pathways
Ongoing training and development
If you have the passion and skills for this role, apply now.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

To be shortlisted for the role, internal applicants will need to demonstrate their commitment to GLL by becoming a Society member where eligible.

About Us

Better Children’s Centres are run by GLL, the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
GLL
Up to £9.75 per hour
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
GLL are looking for casual Leisure Assistants to work at the London Aquatics Centre (LAC), set in the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London. If you have the talent and ambition to join us as a Lifeguard, there's never been a more exciting time to progress with a sector leader. This is more than a Lifeguard job - it's a career. Professional development is just the start. To ensure you stay at the top of your game, we provide training with practical and theory elements too.

Pool safety can't be underestimated - and neither can the responsibility that comes with this vital lifeguarding role. Our scale means we can also offer scope to progress, and variety like nowhere else - from regular pool rotations, supervising and cleaning the pool area, to setting up equipment and delivering a first-class customer service when dealing with queries. Do your job well, and there shouldn't ever be an emergency. But if the unexpected should happen, you'll be equipped with the skills to potentially save a life.

If you're calm under pressure, highly responsible and a natural with people from all walks of life, this is your chance to develop as a Lifeguard. We look for integrity, a can-do attitude and a real focus on customer service. Passion and personality will also stand you in good stead, combined with knowledge of health and safety legislation and a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification. A great team player, you'll make sure our customers have the best possible experience - in terms of enjoyment, safety and hygiene.

In return, we offer a range of benefits that you'd expect from the UK's largest leisure provider:

Pension schemes
Discounted membership at our leisure centres
Career pathways
Ongoing training and development to help you to be the best
If you think you'd be a good fit for this role, apply now.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us

Better Children’s Centres are run by GLL, the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
Competitive
Job location: Brighton, UK
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Seeking 'world class' swimming instructors to join our elite team in Slough!

Are you a passionate and skilled swimming instructor with a talent for inspiring all ages to swim?

Swimming Nature is the UK's largest independent provider of private and bespoke swimming tuition, from babies through to adults with nearly 30 years of experience in the sector.

Following Swimming Nature's award-winning teaching programme, you will help your students progress through each skill level, supported by our unique rewards programme, and technology that's second to none.
Working hours will include afternoons Monday to Friday and Saturday and Sunday mornings, although additional hours may be required. Flexibility is advantageous.

Instructor benefits
Alongside the opportunity to work in a progressive, dynamic and rewarding environment, Swimming Nature instructors enjoy a full range of employment benefits, including:

* A secure permanent position in the company
* An ongoing bespoke training programme, continuing professional development and various career pathways leading to join our sector Quality Assurance Programme
* A robust performance-related pay scale ranging from £16 to £20 per hour
* Opportunities to contribute in the media as part of our expert panel
* 28 days annual leave (pro rata)
* Access to a workplace pension and Perk Box benefits
* Annual appraisal and pay review
The essential ingredients
We are looking for teachers who were born to swim, and who are keen to train in the ground-breaking Swimming Nature method. Applicants will need to attend an in-water interview to demonstrate they can swim to a high standard. Other requirements include:

- An ASA Level 2 or an STA Full Swimming Instructor Qualification or the equivalent international qualification
- Exceptional communication skills and experience in a customer-facing/service environment
- A current lifesaving qualification (preferred although we can provide this if necessary)
- Excellent swimming ability with up-to-date knowledge of the sport

Interested?
We'd love to hear from you 'apply now' below.
Competitive
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Saturday 8am - 12pm
Additional contracted hours are also available.

Everyone Active Swimming Lessons are a nationally recognised and award-winning swim development scheme, designed to teach and develop a skill that lasts a lifetime. We are recruiting for fully qualified swimming teachers to assist in the delivery of our “Learn to Swim Programme” teaching swimmers of all ages and abilities in our Swim School.

We would like to hear from you if you:
• Deliver high standards of swimming teaching and are self-motivated
• Realise every individual's true swimming potential using the Learn to Swim Framework
• Are focused and have the ability to demonstrate the highest levels of swimming teaching
• Hold a current level 1 or 2 teaching qualification
• Work well as a team and as an individual

For more details on the position or to apply, email a current CV to Paul Murphy.

Everyone Active is an equal opportunities employer and an Investors in People organisation, who are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. All applicants will be required to undertake checks and references prior to appointment.

Everyone Active working in partnership with Warwick District Council.
GLL
Casual: Up to £8.45 ph / Perm: Up to £17,133 pa
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
We know that being fit and active doesn’t stop when you hit 50. We also know that job satisfaction is important at any age. With over 450 colleagues across GLL’s workforce aged 60 or over, and c.50 still working as active Lifeguards and Recreation Assistants into their 50s, 60s and even 70s, we know that people of every age have a lot to offer our business, be it keeping thousands of members of the public safe in our pools and leisure centres or being a great role model to our younger workers.

Whether you’re looking for a permanent job or casual hours to suit your lifestyle, GLL could have something for you. Whether you’re 18 or 80, if you’re still fit, active, a strong swimmer and want to work with your community, find out about becoming a Lifeguard at Jesus Green Lido in Cambridge.

As well as all the support you’d expect from a big organisation, we offer:
- Pension (if applicable)
- A great social scene
- Discounted membership at our leisure centres
- Free uniform
- Ongoing training and career pathways

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us
GLL is the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
GLL
Up to £9.30 per hour
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
GLL are looking for casual Recreation Assistants to work at Botwell Green Sports and Leisure Centre in Hayes, West London. If you have the talent and ambition to join us as a Lifeguard, there's never been a more exciting time to progress with a sector leader. This is more than a Lifeguard job - it's a career. Professional development is just the start. To ensure you stay at the top of your game, we provide training with practical and theory elements too.

Pool safety can't be underestimated - and neither can the responsibility that comes with this vital lifeguarding role. Our scale means we can also offer scope to progress, and variety like nowhere else - from regular pool rotations, supervising and cleaning the pool area, to setting up equipment and delivering a first-class customer service when dealing with queries. Do your job well, and there shouldn't ever be an emergency. But if the unexpected should happen, you'll be equipped with the skills to potentially save a life.

If you're calm under pressure, highly responsible and a natural with people from all walks of life, this is your chance to develop as a Lifeguard. We look for integrity, a can-do attitude and a real focus on customer service. Passion and personality will also stand you in good stead, combined with knowledge of health and safety legislation and a National Pool Lifeguard Qualification. A great team player, you'll make sure our customers have the best possible experience - in terms of enjoyment, safety and hygiene.

In return, we offer a range of benefits that you’d expect from the UK’s largest leisure provider:
- Pension schemes
- Discounted membership at our leisure centres
- Career pathways
- Ongoing training and development to help you to be the best

If you think you'd be a good fit for this role, apply now.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us
Better Leisure Centres are run by GLL, the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
GLL
Up to £8.45 per hour
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Casual: Up to £8.45 per hour
Permanent - Up to £17,133 per annum

We know that being fit and active doesn’t stop when you hit 50. We also know that job satisfaction is important at any age. With over 450 colleagues across GLL’s workforce aged 60 or over, and c.50 still working as active Lifeguards and Recreation Assistants into their 50s, 60s and even 70s, we know that people of every age have a lot to offer our business, be it keeping thousands of members of the public safe in our pools and leisure centres or being a great role model to our younger workers.

Whether you’re looking for a permanent job or casual hours to suit your lifestyle, GLL could have something for you. Whether you’re 18 or 80, if you’re still fit, active, a strong swimmer and want to work with your community, find out about becoming a Lifeguard at Jesus Green Lido in Cambridge.

As well as all the support you’d expect from a big organisation, we offer:
• Pension (if applicable)
• A great social scene
• Discounted membership at our leisure centres
• Free uniform
• Ongoing training and career pathways

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us
GLL is the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.

Competitive
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
WE ARE RECRUITING NOW AT FANSHAWE LEISURE CENTRE

Working for Everyone Active, on completion of a successful swim test and interview you will be offered a place on the Recreation Apprenticeship Scheme.

THE RECREATION APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME WILL COVER:
- Paid employment at an Everyone Active site
- The National Pool Lifeguard Qualification
- First Aid Qualification
- Certificate in Leisure Operations

KEY ASPECTS OF THE ROLE INCLUDE:
- Maintaining a safe pool environment through excellent lifeguarding practices
- Delivering excellent customer service
- Carrying out regular cleaning and maintenance regimes
- Preparation of activity areas and equipment

IF YOU ARE A STRONG SWIMMER, KEEN TO LEARN AND AN ENTHUSIASTIC TEAM PLAYER YOU COULD FIND YOURSELF ENJOYING THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:
- Free use of pool and gym facilities
- Career Development
- Extensive Training Prospects

ELIGIBILITY:
- Candidate must not hold an HND, degree or equivalent Level 4 qualification, or be in another form of education e.g. college or university
- Candidate must have lived within the UK or EU for the last three years and have the right to remain indefinitely
- Other criteria may apply

If you’re interested in an apprenticeship with a view to securing a full-time position upon completion please contact Helen Asker by clicking on ‘apply now’.

Everyone Active is an equal opportunities employer, Everyone Active is commited to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All applicants will be required to undertake checks and references prior to employment.

Salary: £2.73 per hour rising to between £11,000 - £15,000 per annum upon successful completion of Apprenticeship and subject to offer of employment. Apprentices will be required to work 30 hours per week in a shift pattern and must be prepared to work weekends and evenings when required.

Everyone Active manages this facility in partnership with East Herts Council.
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
North Solihull Sports Centre are seeking Casual Lifeguards.

We require individuals who are self-motivated and have high standards. With good time management and the ability to use initiative, the successful applicants will have energy and enthusiasm.

The role of a lifeguard requires an enthusiastic, responsible and hardworking individual to supervise a wide variety of swimming sessions, maintain the centres’ high standards of cleanliness and assist with general day to day operations. Our lifeguards are on hand to ensure our members are having a great time using our facilities whilst overseeing their poolside safety at all times.

The successful Lifeguard will have:
A National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ)
Knowledge of health and safety legislation
Have previous experience of working in the Leisure Industry- this is not essential.
The ability to work proactively and flexibly within the team and work on own initiative.
Excellent communication skills
Experience of dealing with a range of customer queries/concerns in a professional manner.
Be willing to work shifts, including evenings and weekends

Successful applicants will be provided with full training in all aspects of this role.

This position requires a DBS disclosure and the ideal candidate must hold a valid NPLQ certificate, have excellent communications skills and have a high level of customer service. .

If you believe you have the skills and knowledge required for this position, please send a letter of application, stating current salary and full CV by clicking 'Apply Now' below.

Applications By: 05/03/2018

Parkwood Community Leisure is an equal opportunities employer.

If you are interested in applying for this role, we suggest that you do so at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment as interviews will be held throughout the process. Please note that if you have not received correspondence within 21 days then please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
GLL
Up to £20,285 per annum (40 hours a week pro rata
Job sector: swimming
Job description:
Botwell Green Sports and Leisure Centre in Hayes, West London is looking for a Recreation / Leisure Assistant Apprentice. If you love sport, fitness and exercise, this apprenticeship could help you build a career out of your passion.

The Recreation / Leisure Assistant Apprenticeship is a hands-on and active role. You could be doing anything from Lifeguarding a pool to setting up a sports hall for a badminton or football session. Whatever you're doing though, rest assured you'll have all the support of a big, friendly team behind you as well as proper training to give you the confidence and knowledge to do your job well.

You'll need to:
- Be a strong swimmer - you'll have to do a timed swim test before you start
- Be friendly - you'll be helping lots of our customers
- Be hard-working - our leisure centres open weekends and early mornings (don't worry, you won't have to do them all the time!)
- Enjoy learning - we'll train you to get qualifications including a Level 2 NVQ in Leisure Operations and your National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ)

These apprenticeships are based in Better Leisure Centres, which are run by GLL - the UK's largest leisure operator - so if you're hard-working and pass your apprenticeship, you'll have the opportunity to build a long-term career with us.

In return, we offer:
- Discounted membership at our Better Leisure Centres
- Free uniform
- Competitive salary
- Ride to Work scheme
- Pension
- Training and career development opportunities

Apply now and see how far you can go with a Better Apprenticeship.

All pay rates are subject to skills, experience, qualifications, age and location.

About Us
GLL is the UK’s largest leisure provider and one of the first and largest leisure social enterprises. Our aim is to get more people, more active, more of the time whilst making leisure and community facilities accessible and affordable. We partner with local authorities to run leisure centres, swimming pools, libraries, children’s centres, spas, events spaces and world-class sporting venues such as the Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - all under our Better brand. As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re different. Passionate about seeing our communities thrive, we invest back into our facilities, projects and people and are an Investors in People Silver Award employer.

GLL is an equal opportunities employer.
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