California Capital Aquatics (CCA) in Roseville, CA is looking for a qualified Head Coach to join our team with the opportunity to lead our seasonal Woodcreek SeaWolves Summer Recreational Team and CCA Fall Team Program. Responsibilities would include involvement in daily team operations during the summer and fall swim seasons, workout management, informing membership of upcoming events and meets, working with CCA year-round staff in development of clinics, and ability to follow CCA communication and policy requirements. This position would report directly to the CCA Head Coach/CEO. In coordination with the CCA Head Coach/CEO our SeaWolves Summer Recreational Team Head Coach will be involved in staff hiring and management of the SeaWolves Part Time Coaching staff. We are looking for a coach who loves the local swimming community and will provide a FUN environment and positive seasonal swim team culture! The SeaWolves have been a part of the Roseville community for 25 years, with over 250 swimmers trying out for the team each year.
Position will start immediately and work with current CCA/SeaWolves staff in season planning and hiring of the assistant coaching staff. Workouts will be held at the Roseville Aquatics Complex (3051 Woodcreek Oaks Dr, Roseville).
Preferred experience is 5+ years of Seasonal Coaching with experience in a leadership position. The coach is also required to become USA Swimming Certified (CCA will help with cost). This is a Part-Time hourly position.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Head Coach Justin Brosseau at email@example.com. More information about the California Capital Aquatics and SeaWolves programs may be found at www.ccaswimming.org .
California Capital Aquatics is a non-profit organization under the sanction of USA Swimming that is governed by a Board of Directors. CCA offers a complete program allowing for the gradual development of swimmer of all ages and skill levels, from the novice to the elite. Individual character is built through training, goal setting, time management, self-reliance, and self-discipline. Team ambitions include (i)recognition as a leading program in the community, state, national USA Swimming organizational structures; (ii) attendance at swim competitions such as the Junior Olympic LSC Championships, Far Westerns, Sectionals, Futures, Junior/Senior Nationals, and the U.S. Olympic Trials; and (iii) recognition as a recruiting base for college-bound athletes who aspire to attend universities and colleges which offer individual swimming athletic scholarships.