Army West Point - Diving Coach (Posted 5/24/2018)

The Army West Point diving coach will be responsible for all diver recruitment, practice and training, and competition. In addition to coaching the divers, additional team duties (e.g., team academic oversight, team travel logistics, diving equipment maintenance, participating in and managing team events, etc.) may be assigned by the head swimming and diving coach.

Competitive applicants will have the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum of 3 years of diving coaching experience (NCAA Division I preferred)
  • Demonstrated ability to recruit, coach, and manage a successful diving program
  • A strong sense of team, where swimming and diving are one team
  • The ability to lead and mentor cadets to become leaders of character
  • Values congruent with those of the United States Military Academy
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • An understanding and willingness to abide by the rules and regulations of the Patriot League and NCAA

This is a full-time, 12 month position. While military experience and/or familiarity may be helpful, it is not necessary. The Army West Point Athletic Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applications will be reviewed, and all applicants will be considered without regard to age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other qualitative basis protected by federal and/or state law.

To apply, please send an email with your resume and cover letter to Head Swim/Dive Coach Mickey Wender (


Mile High Dive Club– Full Time Diving Coach (Posted 5/8/2018)
The Mile High Dive Club is looking for an enthusiastic individual to work with our team of motivated and professional coaches. The ideal candidate would be energetic with a positive attitude and a passion for diving while focused on cultivating life skills in the athletes.

This is a full-time position, with a competitive salary. There is the opportunity for additional compensation through meet fees and events hosted in our gym. This position includes approximately 50% coaching and 50% administrative work. We are looking for someone who is interested gaining the experience and skills to develop into a successful lifetime professional coach.

Additional skills that are beneficial, but not required include:
Belt spotting; trampoline, dry-tower, dry-board, 1M, 3M
Hand spotting
Competitive diving experience (USA Diving, NCAA, etc)
Strength and conditioning experience
If you do not have these skills, we can teach you.
Our state-of-the-art facilities include six dry-boards, six trampolines, fourteen spotting rigs and sixteen tivo instant replay stations. We operate out of many facilities located in the Denver Metro area and surrounding suburbs. Additionally, we have one of the best dryland training centers in the country. A car is necessary.
The Mile High Dive Club is located in Colorado with close access to outdoor activities. Enjoy coaching while making a difference in young athletes lives.

This position starts August 1, 2018. We will be accepting applications from May 3 until May 14, and will be hiring for this position before May 21.

All interested candidates, please e-mail


Camelot Community Club (Annandale, Va.) -- Dive Coach for Summer 2018 (Posted 5/7/2018)

The CCC Diving Knights are in Division 4 this season, same as 2017.  We expect to have a team of 30-40 divers.  The season starts May 29th and ends in early August after the NVSL All Star Meet on August 5th.  CCC has a diving well with two 1-meter boards.

CCC is looking for an experienced enthusiastic Coach who has strong technical skills, a passion for competitive diving, strong training knowledge, and leadership abilities.  The Coach must be able to communicate effectively with divers, parents, and team representatives. 

The Coach will lead the team at practice, working with our divers to improve their skills in a safe environment.    The Coach will participate in all practices and meets, ensuring safety and promoting good sportsmanship and team spirit.

Requirements for the position include:

Previous coaching experience, NVSL or High School experience preferred
Graduated from High School
Ability to work with divers of all ages
Current lifeguard certification (or willingness to obtain one)
Current pool operator’s license (or willingness to obtain one)

If interested, please contact


Carolina Diving Academy – 13-Under program manager (Posted 4/19/2018)

Position will report to the Head Coach/CDA program director and is responsible for developing and managing all levels of the 13-Under team and lessons program. The position requires 60% coaching and 40% administrative duties. CDA is a nationally competitive program that regularly sends divers to Junior Nationals, Senior Nationals, World and Olympic Trials.

Daily duties include:

  • Coaching all 13-Under team track practices
  • Parent communication
  • Registration/roster management
  • Lesson planning
  • Managing assistant lessons coaches
  • Anticipating program needs

Additional duties include:

  • Coaching USA Championship series meets
  • Meet management/hosting
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Retention efforts
  • Traditional marketing/social media
  • Records management
  • Program communications
  • Strategic planning
  • Volunteer coordination

Required qualifications

Applicant must have strong organizational and communication skills, including familiarity with MS outlook, word, excel, and graphics programs, as well as their Google counterparts. Must also effectively communicate with diverse groups of people.

  • Two years of experience
  • USA Diving Regional and Zone coaching and judging experience
  • Belt spotting on all apparatuses

Preferred Qualifications

  • B.A. recipient
  • Five years or more experience
  • USA Diving Junior National coaching experience

Work Environment

This job requires your presence on a pool deck with temperatures greater than 80 degrees, slippery footing, loud ambient noise. You will be expected to report to work even in inclement weather, heat, and humidity.

Physical Demands

You must be able to constantly stand/walk for up to 8 hours per day, regularly perform belt spotting involving lifting divers up to 150 lbs with upper body strength, and speak loudly to give instructions in a loud environment.


This is a full-time/salaried position with benefits. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

Starting date for the position is  July 9, 2018.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to Aaron Hintz,





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