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Head Coach Belarusian Water Polo Federation

The Belarusian Water Polo Federation is looking for a head coach for their national water polo team.

The job responsibilities and expereince required are listed below:

Responsibilities:

- selection of the national team;

- team management (athletes and coaches);

- long-term and current planning of team preparation;

- drawing up training programs, personal and team coaching;

- monitoring the training of the national team;

- organization of training camps;

- preparation of the team for international competitions;

- team management during competitions;

- analysis of the training of the team, the work of coaches and other specialists;

 

Skills and Experience Required:

knowledge of water polo theory and methods of training;

high level coaching experience ;

certified water polo coach;

high communication and leadership skills;

ability to work in a team;

 Salary: negotiable

All applications must be in writing and should include a covering letter, detailed CV and referees addressed to: Email: belarusaquatics@tut.by

Applications must be received by no later than 20/08/2020

Website: www. belarusaquatics.by

Contact: Igor Vanda;    Email: vanda66@mail.ru

Korean National Team Swim CoachKorea Swimming Federation

Job Description 

Notably working with the Korea Swimming Federation at the Jincheon National Training Center, the position for one foreign coach(temporary position) will be responsible for daily instruction and operation of the Korean national swim team. The coach will plan and organize practices and training schedules (including swim meets if necessary), analyze swimmers' performances while the main service required is to provide high quality, sport specific services to the athletes and coordinating tasks with other high perfomance level coaches, trainers and support staff of the national team.

 

  Korean National Team Swim Coach

Head Coach - Graz (Austria)Austrian Swimming Federation
Junior Swimming Team coach positionChina swimming Association

The China Swimming Association is looking for a good

SWIMMING COACH FOR THEIR JUNIOR SWIMMING TEAM

Responsibilities:

1. Organize and supervise 2 coaches of the school swimming team and 15 athletes in their supervision;
2. Organize and supervise the training, management and competition of the athletes;
3. Plan and deliver theoretical training sessions for the 5 coaches of the school swimming team (at least 12 sessions annually)

Skills and Experience Required:

1. passionate about swimming;
2. male, above 35, fluent in English;
3. rich knowledge of swimming theory and high swimming skills
4. certified swimming coach;
5. rich coaching experience and proven track record would be a plus

Salary: negotiable

School Information:

Shanghai Sports School, founded on September 17, 1959, offers 13 youth sports, including girls' football, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, badminton, baseball, softball, tennis, track and field, swimming, fencing, judo, and modern pentathlon. The school is honored with 'National High Level Sports Talents Base' and ‘National Key Secondary Vocational School’.

Website: www.shsportschool.com

Contact: Zhang Jieyu     E-mail: 27986395@qq.com

State Coach, Diving South Australia

Diving South Australia Inc (DSA) is looking for a STATE COACH full time as per the details below:

Diving South Australia Inc (DSA) has an exciting opportunity for a Diving Coach to join our organisation to further develop athletes and the sport of diving in South Australia. DSA is based at the world class diving facility at the South Australian Aquatic and Leisure Centre, Marion, South Australia.

We are currently seeking applications from suitably qualified diving coaches to work in the development pathway in Adelaide. The State Coach will be responsible for leading all DSA programs and working closely with the South Australian Coach Committee and DSA Development Officer, the primary focus of the role is:

- To provide leadership and manage all diving squad programs across DSA;

- Provide direction and assistance for athlete recruitment projects to build DSA membership base;

- To deliver quality coaching/mentoring in the daily training environment for DSA athletes/coaches, with the objective to:

- Achieve agreed athlete state representation targets;

- Achieve agreed athlete progression and development targets;

- Provide safe training environment practices

- Work closely with DSA coaches to establish consistency of coaching methods.

 Qualification: Level 2 Coaching Accreditation (or equivalent) with harness experience

 A. PRIMARY JOB PURPOSE(S)

 The State Coach of Diving South Australia (DSA) is responsible for the provision of managing and leading all DSA programs. Providing high quality coaching and customer service to DSA members in the development and delivery of squad training programs across all levels and actively contributing to the South Australian Coach Committee.

 B. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

 B1. Program Development and Coaching

- Coaching athletes in SATID and SAJD development squads

- Oversee the training plan and training program for all athletes in DSA

- Mentor and develop DSA coaches

- Assist with and initiate diver recruitment projects

- Facilitate talent spotting and athlete advancement into high performance pathway

- Organise and conduct school holiday recruitment and training activities

- Organise and conduct training camps

- In conjunction with senior coaches, develop and deliver ongoing training and education sessions for DSA coaches

- Lead DSA coaches: ensure consistency of behaviour, standards of coaching and methods meet the expectations of DSA

- Work in a team of coaches to ensure best practice skill sets are delivered to establish continuity across all levels of divers

- Assist DSA coaches in planning and delivery of their lesson plans

- Ensure all athletes are at a standard to compete at their appropriate abilities or age groups for Levels, State and National competitions

B2. Program Management

- Attend monthly board meetings and report to the board of directors

- Attend weekly Coach Committee meeting

- Work closely with DSA Development Officer

- Liaise with Diving Australia (DA) in organising and assisting with a minimum of one Level 1 coaching course per year

- Attend meetings/courses with program partners, government departments and the national body

- Ensure all training sessions are properly staffed for both safety and financial economy

- Recruit and develop coaches from within programs 

B3. Personal Capabilities and Special Conditions

- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build effective collaborative relationships

- High level of written and verbal communication skills

- Commitment to providing safe environment practices

- Other additional duties as required

- Ability to utilise Microsoft desktop applications

- Current drivers licence/first aid certificate

- Satisfactory criminal history/record check and working with children check

Applicants are required to provide a maximum two page cover letter and a resume outlining their skills and experience against the job responsibilities in the attached position description. Applicants must hold a Level 2 coaching accreditation (or equivalent) with harness experience to be considered.

For further information and to apply, please send your application to Meredith Cameron at: meredith.cameron@divingsa.com.au or phone 0404 088 379