Creating Remarkable Futures
Be part of an amazing experience!
· Full-time, Permanent
· Commencing 30 November 2020
St Cuthbert’s College is an independent day and boarding school for girls, founded in the Presbyterian tradition. At St Cuthbert's we know girls – we have been educating and growing amazing young women for over a century now, and our heritage and values are renowned. So are our academic results, but here excellence is not just a grade; it is about encouraging every girl to achieve her personal best. Choosing St Cuthbert’s gives an advantage that our girls will carry through life. We provide a personalised approach to education for our 1400 students from Reception to Year 13.
About the role:
A fantastic opportunity for someone experienced in swim school and aquatics, to take on the challenge of maintaining and assisting our swimming programmes and facility. You will get to work with an organisation which sets high standards and strives to continuously improve. You will be the second leader for the Aquatics Manager.
In this challenging full-time role, you will be accountable for a facility operating 7 days per week with various demands on your time. You will need to be able to operate in a fast-paced and varied workplace. Being successful in this service-based environment will require a natural ability to connect with and grow people. You will be responsible for assisting with the management and development of the team. So previous experience and understanding of leadership are essential. Building relationships, seeking opportunities to grow the swim school, pool plant operations, water treatment, administration and building and developing our squad programme.
Alignment with our values is essential to working with us in both offering an exceptional client experience, where we consistently strive to exceed expectations and embrace learning skills for life. Every day brings a new challenge and the opportunity to learn, grow and develop yourself.
The successful candidate will be:
• Strong organisational skills and Water treatment knowledge;
• Staff supervision/management experience and Willingness to adapt to change;
• High personal standards with a strong intrinsic drive;
• A determined problem-solver;
• Open, honest and confident communicator;
• Personable, approachable and positive;
• Ability to work independently without close supervision in an ever-changing, fast-paced environment;
• Resilience and Previous and recent swim school experience, including teaching;
• Microsoft Office and computer literacy;
• Willingness to continue learning and developing skills and Leadership.
Are you ready to make a difference?
Applications close, 26 November 2020