Salary: $12.32- $42.32
The Water Safety Instructor is responsible for safety,
instructing, supervising and testing swim lesson participants. Must
be available to work early mornings, days, evenings, and
Experience, Knowledge, Skills:
* Must be 16 years of age or older. * Current certifications in:
* American Red Cross (or equivalent) CPR and First Aid. * American
Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification preferred.
* Prior swim instructor experience preferred. * Must provide
customer service in a professional manner. * Must possess effective
communication skills. * Ability to demonstrate effective decision
making skills. * Ability to demonstrate the various swimming
strokes. * Must be able to demonstrate skills as required for class
content. Will use teaching aids such as kickboards, diving rings,
life jackets, etc. * Must be able to demonstrate water safety
skills and swimming strokes.
* Instruct, test, and evaluate participants in the swim lesson
program. * Adequately plan and prepare in advance of teaching in an
effort to foster skill development in each participant. * Evaluate
and monitor students' progress. * Maintain order and discipline in
classes to ensure a safe environment and to promote a learning
atmosphere. * Provide a safe and fun environment for all
participants. * Demonstrate professionalism in all forms of
communication such as in-person, email, phone calls, video calls
and texts. * Provide ongoing corrective feedback to participants
and relay progress to parents/guardians. * Enforce all facility
rules and regulations. * Attend required staff meetings and
trainings. * Perform other duties as assigned.
Working Environment & Physical Requirements:
* Work can be performed either in an indoor or outdoor setting.
* Work may be performed in varying weather conditions. * Regular
exposure to loud noise, fumes, and chemicals. * Work involves
walking, standing, swimming, stretching, bending, as well as
lifting/carrying up to 50 pounds.