Heart of Midlothian Amateur Swimming Club

Location: Royal High School & Forrester High School, Edinburgh

Job Type: Part-Time

Hours: Various lessons during the week

Optional paid cover for other teachers/coaches may be available

Salary: £16 per hour for Swim School teaching

Closing date: 23 August 2019

Heart of Midlothian ASC are on the hunt for new Swimming Teachers to support our Swim School. Interested….then read on!

Hearts ASC is a thriving Edinburgh based swimming club that provide swimming opportunities for all abilities – from our Learn to Swim programs to our pre-club groups, from full performance squads to a successful Masters section – we really do cater for everyone.

We operate an in-house Swim School that provides structured swimming lessons that aim to develop confidence and make swimming exciting and enjoyable whilst developing skills for life. In addition, we run a Swim Academy which acts as a bridge for those swimmers who have finished lessons and wish to transition into club training and competing. On the Scottish Swimming Pathway, this equates to Level 2 (Super Start) of Pre Club Development.

We’re looking for experienced and enthusiastic Swimming Teachers with a minimum Level 2 Qualification to join our friendly and fun team. Ideally you’ll have teaching experience, but most importantly, you’ll love what you do. Joining our team is as much about getting the right person, as it is the right skill set.

In return you can expect an excellent rate of pay, and ongoing support with your Continued Professional Development.

If you’re passionate about teaching, can build great relationships with parents and swimmers, and want to be part of a successful swimming club, we’d love to hear from you.

To apply, please email Helen Reilly, Club President at president@swimhearts.com with your CV and a covering letter.

Date published: 08 August 2019
Date updated: 08 August 2019


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