Swim Instructor Jobs. The City of Calgary is happy to say that the Swim Instructor program has openings. We want people who are eager and committed to join our team and help people in our community learn important water safety and swimming skills. The last day to apply for this well-paying job is December 13, 2023.
The city is dedicated to creating a respectful, fair, and equal workplace that reflects the people we serve. We welcome people who have shown they are committed to upholding the ideals of fairness, diversity, inclusion, fighting racism, and making peace. People from groups that have been historically hurt and underrepresented are urged to apply. On request, accommodations can be made during the hiring process.
As a Swim Instructor, you will teach people of all ages and swimming levels about safety and how to swim. This job has open hours and a fun, friendly work environment. The most important jobs are:
- Evaluate how well students did and what they accomplished. Keep track of how well participants did and how often they came.
- Make sure that safety rules are followed and answer any questions or worries about swimming lessons.
- Prepare and organize tools, supplies, and general cleaning jobs.
Swim Instructor Jobs Notification Details
All the candidates who are looking for jobs in Cities and meet the eligibility criteria can apply for the post by filling the Online application on the main website for Latest recruitment of City of Calgary. After reading all the information like age limit, selection process, educational qualification, salary offered etc.
|Organization Name|| |
Recreation and Social Programs
|Job Type||Jobs by Cities|
|Post Name||Swim Instructor|
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|Salary||$33.56 – 37.17 per hour|
|Job Type||Part-time, Temporary|
Swim Instructor Jobs Salary
The pay range for this job is good, from $33.56 to $37.17 per hour, which is a reasonable range.
Who can apply:
- Current Swim for Life Instructor, Lifesaving Instructor/Examiner, and Lifesaving CPR Instructor/Examiner (valid within 24 months) are needed.
- The Bronze Cross or National Lifeguard certification must be current and good for the next 12 months.
- You must have current certifications in CPR level “C” and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) from an approved Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) provider. These certifications must be good for the next 12 months.
- Lifesaving Society’s Bronze Medals Award 2021 Mandatory Update must be done.
- Having led recreation groups or taught swimming lessons in the past is a plus.
How to apply:
- Check out our main job site.
- Make a profile as a candidate or sign in if you already have one.
- Fill out the online application form and send your resume and a cover letter that explains why you want to teach swimming.
- Send in your application by December 13, 2023, if you want to be considered for this rewarding job.