Aquatics Teacher

Closing Date: Monday 26th November

15 HOURS PER WEEK – £11.26 PER HOUR

Please email your application to wrc.applications@wrightrobinson.co.uk

Wright Robinson College are seeking to employ an aquatics teacher(s) to work within our Learn to swim and school swimming programme. Our aquatics programme is expanding and we are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic teacher to help deliver the programme. 

The working hours will be:

Shift 1 – Wednesday 4pm – 6pm

Shift 2 – Thursday 1pm – 6pm

Shift 3 – Saturday 8am-12noon

Shift 4 – Saturday 8am – 12noon

 Applications are invited from ASA level 1 and/or level 2 or equivalent swimming teachers who hold a current NPLQ.

 Interviews will be held week commencing Monday 26th November 2018

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To teach aquatics to all ages and abilities in line with the National Plan for Teaching Swimming and the national curriculum

 

15 HOURS PER WEEK – £11.26 PER HOUR

Community Manager and Aquatics Manager

Community Manager and Aquatics Manager

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Teach one-to-ones and groups

• Identify participants’ abilities

• Plan and deliver sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer

• Ensure safety standards are followed in all sessions

• Check that life-saving equipment is in working order

• Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques

• Set ground rules for each session

• Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance

• Evaluate sessions and give feedback

• Organise and supervise assistants and helpers.

• Ensure you operate under the guidance of, and in accordance with the directions of the Aquatics Manager

• You will need to deal with injuries and accidents

• Cover other teachers leave and absences 

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STATEMENT ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

The Governing Body of Wright Robinson Sports College has adopted the City Council’s policy on equal opportunities in employment and believes that all sections of the population should have equal access to jobs offered by the Governing Body.  As such no applicant or employee will receive less favourable treatment than others because of their colour, creed, ethnic or national origin, disability, age, sex, marital status, sexuality, trade union activity or responsibility for dependants.

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