St Andrew's Anglican College
More InformationABOUT THE AQUATIC CENTRE:
The College Aquatic Centre is a state of the art, 10 lane Olympic sizes 2m deep pool with a purpose built indoor learn to swim pool. The Aquatic Centre situated on the Sunshine Coast, 20km south of Noosa. The centre will offer swimming lessons, squad programs, water polo and fitness classes to the school’s students and the wider community.
ABOUT THE COLLEGE:
St Andrew’s Anglican College is a leading Independent School on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, with an enviable reputation for promoting excellence in every aspect of the College life to enable students to move confidently into their future. St Andrew’s has over 1300 students, naturally flowing from Kindergarten through to Year 12, with the state-of-the-art facilities and high calibre staff.
ABOUT THE ROLE:
The Learn to Swim teacher will be required to teach swimming and water safety under the policies and procedures of the St Andrew’s Aquatic Centre Learn to Swim Manual.
In order to undertake this role, the successful candidate will possess the following attributes:
Sense of humour
Creativity and flexibility
A passion for education and the demonstrated capacity to achieve the College's Mission Statement
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ROLE:
Learn to Swim
Ensure your personal standard of Learn to Swim instruction is high. As well as your personal demeanour around the Aquatic Centre and around St Andrews Anglican College.
Be prepared to upskill your knowledge and practical skills wherever offered and possible.
Work collaboratively with all St Andrew’s Aquatic Centre & College staff to provide a professional and service orientated environment.
Work with all Aquatic Centre staff to achieve the St Andrew’s Anglican College’s common goals and not be driven toward achievement solely within specific areas of expertise.
Show positive and effective communication within your team
Proactive and energetic with a positive approach to work.
To be discreet and able to maintain strict levels of confidentiality.
Demonstrable problem solving and organisational skills.
To stay within the requirements of the Learn to Swim Manual
Have an ongoing commitment to positive team interactions and professional development
Possess outstanding communication skills which support and foster positive working relationships
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT:
Current Austswim or Swim Australia Infants and Pre-school certification
Current Austswim or Swim Australia Aquatic Teacher of Aquatics to people with Disabilities
Current Austswim or Swim Australia Teacher of Competitive Strokes
Experience in school swimming programs including delivery of training
Senior First Aid Certificate
Current Pool Lifeguard Certificate
12 months experience as a Learn to Swim teacher
Highly Desirable Lifeguard qualifications / Skills
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 12:00pm, Friday 9th October 2020
Please visit our website to upload your application at www.saac.qld.edu.au/jobs
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