Casual Learn to Swim Officers
- $33.57 per hour (includes casual loading) + weekend penalty rates
- Various shifts available
- Uniform provided
Are you an energetic person who loves working with children? Do you get a buzz watching them grow from splash to stroke? Are you available to work various shifts during the week or on weekends? If you answered "Yes" to the above, then you will enjoy being part of our Casual Learn to Swim team at the Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre.
About the Role
As a Learn to Swim Officer, you will teach swimming skills to people at all levels of ability from beginners to advanced. Your swimming groups will be diverse from small children to adults. While you will educate your groups in the various swimming strokes, you will also teach all aspects of water safety.
The key requirements for this position are that you are enthusiastic, reliable and have a passion for working with children. You will need to hold a current Austswim Teacher of Swimming & Water Safety qualification and CPR certificate.
An Infant Aquatics Teaching Certificate and/or Teacher of Swimming for People with Disabilities Certificate and/or experience in working in a similar role will give you an edge, but is not essential.
Applying for this role
This is a Child Related position and applicants must have registered for the new Working With Children Check to be considered for this position. Employment is subject to verification of the Working With Children Check status. For more information go to the Office of the Children's Guardian website.
To apply using our easy to use on-line application process, please complete the questions below and ensure you have a copy of your Resume ready to attach to this application as well as electronic copies of the required certificates. Please note you cannot log-out and return to the application once you have commenced.
If you would like to know more, please see the Position Description or call Katie Shepherd or Tom McPhie on (02) 8878 5102.
City of Ryde is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer