2013 Summer Swim Lesson Instructor Application - San Francisco State University Campus Recreation Department

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Job Description

Campus Recreation seeks Swim Instructors for its Summer Swim Lessons Program. Applicants assume certain responsibilities, primarily, the development of beginning to advanced swimmers and the successful teaching of swim strokes and techniques. Reports to the Aquatics, Fitness & Wellness Coordinator with indirect supervision by the Aquatics Manager. Directs all phases of teaching to ensure the safety of all participants. Responsible for preparing the swimming facility for lessons. Responsible for the care of all equipment used. Responsible for preparing lesson instructions and lesson times. Performs other duties as assigned or directed.


Working knowledge of swimming strokes and practices. Qualifications include the ability to effectively meet and deal with the public, ability to communicate verbally and in writing, ability to handle stressful situations. Applicant must be a strong swimmer and work well with others. Must be a self-starter capable of following through on assignments and duties assigned. Applicant must be able to work hours as determined by the swim lesson schedule.


Lifeguard Training, CPR, First Aid and AED Certified. Water Safety Instructor with experience preferred.

Selection Process

Will consist of an application screening with the most qualified candidates being invited to participate in a personal interview. Appointment subject to successful completion of background investigation and swim skill testing.

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