University of Chicago Assistant Director of Aquatics / Coach

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      Derek
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      THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
      Department of Physical Education and Athletics

      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF AQUATICS/ASSISTANT MEN’S & WOMEN’S SWIM COACH

      Term: Renewable twelve month appointment.

      RESPONSIBILITIES: Include assisting the Head Men’s/Women’s Swimming Coach/Director of Aquatics in coaching, recruiting and management of aquatics facility; coaching the Master’s Swim Program.

      QUALIFICATIONS: Include significant collegiate swimming and/or coaching experience; strong interpersonal and organizational skills; American Red Cross certification in Lifeguarding, CPR-PR, AED & LGI (all preferred).

      SALARY AND RANK: Entry level but commensurate with demonstrated skill and ability.

      STARTING DATE: IMMEDIATELY

      THE UNIVERSITY: A member of the University Athletic Association and the NCAA (Division III), the University of Chicago sponsors 19 varsity sports for an undergraduate population of 4500 students in a unique commitment to the highest academic standards and extensive conference travel and competition. The University has recently completed the construction of a new Cesar Pelli–designed, $51 million athletics center that includes a 50 meter x 25 yard pool, offering a unique opportunity in coaching and aquatics management.

      APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications will be reviewed immediately with an appointment forthcoming upon identification of the appropriate candidate. Application must be made online at the University of Chicago web site: http://jobs.uchicago.edu. Reference requisition #076121. 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. Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.

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