Casual Learn To Swim Teacher – Kingswim Robina
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Kingswim is a brand through which the YMCA teaches over 25,000 kids every week to be competent and safe in and around the water. Employing more than 800 staff, Kingswim operate 19 Learn to Swim Centres across metropolitan Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast, offering swimming education to children from tiny tots to big kids.
At Kingswim, people matter to us. Whether it’s the people we work with, the people who entrust us with their kids, or the little people we teach, we not only provide a service, we create a community. In every interaction, every smile, every helping hand, we’re building something bigger than ourselves.
We seek eager and mature minded individuals who are looking for casual work opportunities in a fun and family friendly work environment. If you are customer focussed and passionate about educating excited little swimmers, then come and speak to us about becoming a Kingswim Learn to Swim Teacher.
How to Apply
The ideal candidates will be fun and energetic people with a passion for the safety, wellbeing and education of children. If you are interested in this kind of work but are not yet swim instructor qualified – that’s ok too. Completion of a fully comprehensive and unique learn to swim training program, accredited by Swim Australia is all part of the process. If you are seeking casual work, then this is your perfect starting point. Prior work experience is not necessary. This would be an ideal opportunity for anyone looking for the perfect blend of casual work and lifestyle.
If this sounds like the opportunity for you, check us out at www.kingswim.com.au
To register your interest, come and talk to one of our Centre representatives or submit your resume to us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are subject to a Working With Children Certification and Police Check.
If people matter to you too – we’d love to hear from you.
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