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Swim & Water Polo Coach

Situated between the mountains and the cost, residents and visitors enjoy over 275 days of sunshine a year and average daytime temperature between 68-80 degrees. Carpinteria is an outdoor enthusiast's playground. Rincon Point is recognized as one of the finest surfing spots in the work. Beautiful beaches, a community swimming pool and picturesque parks and trails provide activities for every interest.
Incorporated in 1965, the City of Carpinteria (pop 14,000+) is an inviting seaside community with an abundance of natural beauty and small town charm. Located in Santa Barbara County adjacent to
Highway 101, the City is located 12 miles south of Santa Barbara, CA, 12 miles north of Ventura, CA
and 80 miles north of Los Angeles, CA.
The individual will perform duties required to assist in the coaching and instruction of participants of the City's Age Group Swim Team, assist in organizing, coordinating and supervising practice sessions,
competition meets and other activities and events involving the swim team. The ideal candidate must possess CPR and American Red Cross First Aid. Water Safety Instructor certification a plus. Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus. The candidate must be able to obtain USA
Swimming and USA Water Polo Certification and must pass a swim test (500 yards in ten minutes or less). Possess or has the ability to obtain American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification.
To be considered for this position, applicants must submit a completed City employment application form, available at City Hall, 5775 Carpinteria Avenue, Carpinteria, CA 93013 or our website at www.ci.carpinteria.ca.us. For more information, contact Parks and Recreation Department, 805-684-5405, ext. 432 or the Human Resources Department, 805- 684-5405, ext. 404.
A personal interview will be scheduled for the most qualified applicants to determine final eligibility. Press Apply Now or fax it to:
(805) 684-5304 or mail it to City Hall.
An equal opportunity employer


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