Coach Vacancies

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Please see below any current vacant Coaching positions:

For more vacancies please visit the Australian Swim Teachers and Coaches Association website.

Vacant Coach Positions

  • Metropolitan
  • UWA-West Coast Swimming Club

    UWSC operates a successful swimming squad program at HBF Stadium in Mt Claremont and the UWA Aquatic Centre in Crawley. The Club offers programs from junior squads through to national-level representative squads.

    UWA-West Coast is one of the most successful swimming clubs in WA and has won the A-Division Premierships for the last 5 years. The Club boasts an enviable performance record with 58 swimmers qualifying for 2020 national championship events, including Age, Open and Multi-Class national championships, Open Water Nationals and Olympic Trials.

    The Club is responsible for the delivery of coaching and squad. We are experiencing a high demand for our sessions and can offer 3 - 8 hours of junior sessions per week, plus cover opportunities. This may increase throughout the term.

     

    Tuart Hill Swimming Club

    Tuart Hill Swim Club runs out of the iconic Scarborough Beach Pool, where we offer a very successful A-division club program, from junior squads through to open national squads. We are currently seeking a Development / Assistant Coach for a six (6) month contract with the possibility for extension. If you enjoy working with a great team and helping others achieve their goals, then this job is for you. 

     

    Mt Helena Swimming Club

    MtHSC is a growing community club that caters for competitive, novice and fitness swimmers. Our squad programs operate out of the Mt Helena Aquatic Center, located at the Eastern Hills High School in Mt Helena.

    The Clubs Junior Squad Program has a range of swimmers transitioning from Learn to Swim to competitive swimming.

    Mt Helena is a club with strong links to the local community and provides a valuable opportunity for a developing coach to grow with the club.  

    We are expecting a strong demand for our Junior squads over the 2020/21 Summer season and can offer 3 - 8 hours of sessions per week, plus opportunities to cover other squads. This position is currently only required for afternoon/evening sessions.

  • Regional
  • Mandurah Swimming Club

    Mandurah Swimming Club was founded in 1967, being highly respected within both the sporting and wider Mandurah communities (being awarded the 2019 Swimming WA Regional Club of the year). The club is based at the recently redeveloped Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre (MARC) with membership continually growing since the opening of this new facility.

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