Current Postings

  

Masters Swim Instructor/Coach

(Casual)
Competition #24013C 

North Vancouver Recreation & Culture (NVRC) is dedicated to building healthy individuals, families and communities. We offer a wide range of recreation and cultural programs and services to residents of all age and abilities. We are looking for positive, enthusiastic and friendly individuals to deliver memorable experiences and quality aquatic fitness instruction to our customers. 
 
WHY WORK FOR US? 
You will be an integral part of our dedicated team who continually strive to make a difference in the recreation and cultural lives of North Vancouver residents by providing excellent customer service experiences. NVRC values employees, offering a competitive salary and a great working environment. 
 
ABOUT YOU 
You are an energetic and highly-motivated individual who is available to instruct and coach our Masters Swim Program. You actively coach, provide different and varying work outs, and provide feedback and stroke correction to participants, as needed. You are a team player who is committed to community. You are reliable, responsive to customer needs, and excellent at building relationships. You are courteous and effective with the public and enjoy working with a diverse group of people and instructing in a safe and friendly manner. 
 
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS: 
The ideal Masters Swim Instructor/Coach candidate will have a minimum NCCP Swimming 101 Coaching Certification, a current Emergency First Aid & CPR-C Certification, and Standard First Aid is preferred.  
 
Hours vary and instructors should be prepared to work days, evenings and/or weekends at any North Vancouver Recreation & Culture location. Shifts for this role are mainly early mornings from Monday to Friday. 
 
All candidates are required to submit a Police Information Check as a condition of employment. 
 
HOURLY RATE: $32.64 per hour
 
CLOSING DATE: July 15, 2024
 
APPLY ONLINE AT: https://nvrc.peopleadmin.ca/postings/2303
 
We thank you for your interest in employment with the North Vancouver Recreation and Culture Commission and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.