Coordinate and manage the aquatics staff and programs:
Recruit, supervise, and thoroughly train lifeguards, instructors and student supervisors.
Teach group swim lessons, CPR-Pro and Lifeguard Certification classes each semester.
Maintain accurate records and data pertaining to user loads, program participation, assessment and budget.
Manage the Recreational Swim Program including member recruitment and setting program guidelines.
Conduct swim testing for all applicable sports clubs and summer camp programs.
Co-Coordinate the supervision and implementation of intramural sports:
Produce select league schedules, tournament brackets, and single/dual event schedules.
Assist in the purchase, inventory, and maintenance of all equipment and apparel used for intramural sports.
Conduct captain’s meetings and serve as commission for select intramural sports.
Personally supervise all contact-sport leagues and ensure professional presence at all other tournaments
Assist with mentoring and training intramural sports supervisors and sport officials.
Provide support for recreation facility scheduling and daily operation:
Assist with facility scheduling meetings, fundamental facility operations, and supervision during peak hours
Coordinate and implement a risk management plan that provides for the well-being of program participants.
Coordinate equipment loan program and annual locker rentals
Support sports clubs program with swim testing and compliance audits
Help plan and support department-wide special events and initiatives
Participate as an active member of the staff by attending weekly departmental and divisional meetings.
Assist with electronic media and marketing efforts for the department.
Serve on weekend duty for the department several times each semester.
Conduct outcome assessment for program areas under the position’s responsibility and report out.
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Bachelors’ degree and at least two years of experience with college / community aquatics or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Certified American Red Cross Lifeguard instructor and experience with swimming lessons and Water Safety Instructor certification or the capability of passing the courses. Experience as a participant or a working knowledge of a broad range of athletics / recreational sports and direct work with college students is preferred. Weekend and evening work is regularly required with a Sunday to Thursday work week for certain parts of the year.
Additional Salary Information: This position is paid an annual salary and includes medical insurance and retirement benefits. Weekend and evening work is regularly required with a Sunday to Thursday work week when classes are in session for the fall and spring semester.
About Lafayette College
Lafayette College is an independent, highly selective, residential and coeducational institution of approximately 2,300 undergraduate students. Approximately 87% of students live on campus. Lafayette grants bachelor’s degrees in the liberal arts, sciences, and engineering. Lafayette is located in the city of Easton which, together with Bethlehem, Allentown and adjacent communities, makes up the Lehigh Valley. The valley is rich in history and comprises Pennsylvania's third largest metropolitan area, with a population of over 500,000. In contrast to this urban dimension, the Lafayette campus borders on rolling farmland that stretches north to the Pocono Mountains. Easton is less than a two hour drive from New York City, Philadelphia and the Atlantic Ocean.