Florida State University — Coach (Posted 9/26/14)
Responsibilities: Assists the Head Diving Coach with personnel including hiring and supervision of staff, undergraduate/graduate assistants, and volunteers and their responsibilities, budgeting, scheduling, travel, meals, recruiting, coaching, scouting, purchase and care of equipment, giving appropriate direction to student-athletes as it relates to academics, while adhering to all ACC, NCAA, Athletics Department and University rules and regulations. In keeping with the University policy for equal opportunity and pluralism, the coach will provide a climate and culture that brings together and promotes through education, for all individuals regardless of their background, race, origin, gender, culture, religion, beliefs or physical or mental abilities.
Assists the Head Diving Coach in implementing policies and guidelines for all diving personnel and student-athletes. Design academic guidelines for student-athletes within the framework of NCAA, ACC, Athletics Department, and University rules and regulations.
Assists the Head Diving Coach in determining the scope and purpose of the diving program. Assists with establishing and implementing recruiting, academic, athletic, and community service policies for student-athletes. Assists with the swimming and diving summer camp. Maintains current skills and techniques in coaching, recruiting, training, and general management of a Division I-A intercollegiate sport program while adhering to Athletics Department, university, ACC, and NCAA rules and regulations.
Assists the Head Diving Coach in the direct supervision of all student-athletes that participate in the diving program. Provides leadership and instruction in a student-athlete’s personal and athletic development, to include counseling in academic, disciplinary, and personal matters, when appropriate. Assists the Head Diving Coach in supervising support staff to include paid, volunteer, undergraduate, and graduate assistants to ensure their compliance with applicable Athletics Department, University, ACC NCAA rules, policies and procedures. Provides training and guidance as appropriate.
Internal business contact for this position may include contact with sports information, facilities marketing, Seminole Boosters, game operations, academics, sports medicine, equipment, student services, and compliance staffs. Public contact for this position may include public speaking to various booster groups, alumni, university and community members, media, and recruits and their families.
Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree and one year coaching experience at the high school level or above. Successful experience as a graduate assistant or intern in an athletic program is acceptable for up to one year of experience. Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations. Experience coaching swimming and diving. Experience at rope spotting over a trampoline.
Background Check Requirements: This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check.
How To Apply: If qualified and interested in a specific job opening as advertised, apply to Florida State University at https://jobs.fsu.edu. on or before Thursday, October 9, 2014. Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include all work history up to ten years, and all education details even if attaching a resume.
Confidentiality Policy: This position requires compliance with University confidentiality policies.
An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer.
University of South Dakota — Assistant Swimming and Diving Coach (Posted 9/26/14)
The University of South Dakota Assistant Swimming & Diving Coach is responsible for assisting the head coach in developing a NCAA Division I men’s and women’s swimming and diving program including but not limited to: recruitment of prospective student-athletes; training and development of team (both academically and athletically); liaison for academics and other departments on campus; assisting with camp and clinics, and administration.
The University of South Dakota is the flagship institution of South Dakota, located on a 216-acre campus in Vermillion, in the southeast corner of South Dakota. USD is a NCAA Division I institution and a member of the Summit League. For further information regarding USD, the Athletic Department, and our swimming and diving program, please refer to our website at www.GoYotes.com.
Qualifications: Bachelor degree required, master’s preferred. Applicants must have knowledge of a collegiate swimming and diving program, preference given to those who have D1 experience. Candidates must have excellent communication, organizational and leadership skills. Must have the ability to work responsibly with minimal supervision and the flexibility to travel, work weekends and evenings when necessary. The selected candidate must successfully pass the NCAA recruiting examination.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
To apply submit application electronically at https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu.
The University of South Dakota is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to increasing the diversity of the faculty, staff and administration.
University of Chicago — Diving Coach/Assistant Director of Aquatics (Posted 9/25/14)
Term: Twelve-month, staff appointment.
Responsibilities: Assist the Head Swimming & Diving Coach in all aspects of coaching and teaching for an NCAA Division III sport program. Teach and coach student athletes, recruit highly selective prospective students, develop and implement season training and workout plan, lead physical training (including dry land), organize and run diving practices, and assist in all facets of aquatics management.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; Advanced degree in related field preferred; significant collegiate diving and or coaching experience preferred; certification in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, CPR/AED-PR, and LGI preferred.
Starting date: ASAP
Application procedure: Application must be made online at the University of Chicago web site: http://jobs.uchicago.edu. Reference Requisition # 096796. Written correspondence and telephone calls are not accepted. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.
Mission Viejo Nadadores — Assistant Coach, Director of Development (Posted 9/25/14)
The Mission Viejo Nadadores Dive Team seeks an experienced coach with 4-5 years of experience and extensive background in high-level competition for the position of Assistant Coach, Director of Development. Candidates must possess skills necessary to work with all age groups and skill levels, including novice, JO and Olympic caliber divers.
Candidate works with team directors to manage workouts and training plans for all levels of diving, including masters and high school programs. Other duties include mentoring assistant coaches, leading dryland workouts, dryland belt spotting and hand spotting for platform, evaluation of performance utilizing video analysis, and setting and maintaining individual goals and monitoring progression of each diver.
Candidate must maintain JO team standards and travel is required to regionals, zones and national meets.
1, 3, 5, 7.5 and 10m platforms
(2) 3m and (2) 1m Springboards
Bubbler System and TiVo.
Please send resume to email@example.com
SoCal Divers – Assistant Coach (Posted 9/12/14)
Position: Full Time Assistant Coach
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Location: Southern California
SoCal Divers is seeking a professional candidate for a full time Assistant Coach to work side by side with Olympic coach Scott Reich.
SoCal Divers is located in beautiful Southern California and has an immediate position available for the proper candidate.
Applicant must have extensive diving experience. Background in dance, gymnastics, tumbling, or trampoline is a plus. This position requires a motivated self- starter, as this position reports directly to head dive coach. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills between head coach, athletes, and families are vital.
SoCal is looking for an enthusiastic individual willing to be flexible with a strong commitment to individual and team excellence. This role will be managing and tracking athlete’s goals, in conjunction with statistical analysis. Candidate will work with divers of all ages and abilities.
Applicant must have proper certifications with USA Diving, safety training, successful background check, and a willingness to travel.
Send resume and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ohio State Diving Club – Assistant Team Coach (Posted 9/2/14)
The Office of Student Life’s Department of Recreational Sports, home of the Ohio State Diving Club is seeking a full-time Assistant Team Coach. The Assistant Dive Coach leads divers in stretching, dry land exercises, water sessions, and team meetings; develops daily individual workouts that follow a systematic progression as developed by the head coach; stays in constant daily communication with the head coach regarding divers development and how best to progress each individual diver; takes advantage of video analysis capabilities provided by the club to better each individual athlete; assists head coach with the coordination of annual and seasonal goals for training groups, administrative duties and communication with the team; acts as liaison with diver’s and families about past performances and informs families about upcoming events; coordinates practice attendance chart for divers; actively recruits while maintaining good relations with area high schools, coaches and programs; encourage divers through verbal communication; helps diver’s see the overall plan and vision for them as individuals and as a member of the team and how each practice will help achieve set goals; use allotted time before or after practice to communicate with parents off the pool deck; requires successful completion of Student Life background check and successful completion of background screen through USA Diving. Pay range for this position is $36,000-$40,000 with full benefits. Please visit jobs.osu.edu to apply.
Trojan Dive Club – Assistant Coach (Posted 8/21/14)
The Trojan Dive Club, a USA Diving Podium Program, is seeking an experienced coach to fill the Assistant Diving Coach position. Join our team and coach at one of the premier diving facilities in the country; the newly completed Uytengsu Aquatics Center located on the campus of USC in Los Angeles. Candidates will be expected to work with all ages and skills, from novice and JO to national and Olympic caliber divers. Duties, along with coaching, would include coordinating practices and traveling to competitions. Applicants must have a minimum of 2-3 years coaching experience, with an extensive diving background and experience with high-level competition. Spotting belt skills are preferred. Please send you resume to email@example.com and visit our website at www.trojandiveclub.org.
Dry Land Training Facility – Indoors
2 Ground Level Trampolines
2 Ground Level Dry Boards
Gymnastics style spring floor
Spotting rigs over the trampolines and dry boards
Tower: 1m, 3m, 5m, 7.5m and 10m platforms
Springboards: 3 Meter Springboards (2), 1 Meter Springboards (2)
Bubbler System under Tower and 3 Meter Springboard
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