Abingdon Vale Swimming Club is looking to appoint one or more enthusiastic Level 2 coaches to join our existing coaching team.
We are a Swim21 accredited club with access to excellent facilities based in and around Abingdon, Oxfordshire and are committed to supporting the development of our swimmers to reach their highest personal potential. This position will be an exciting opportunity to work alongside our newly appointed Head Coach Amanda Ford, coaching swimmers at all levels from development to national level; we have a number of successful regional and national swimmers. This is an exciting time for our club and we hope you would like to join us on the next phase of our journey.
The job is part-time and the hours will be negotiated with the successful candidate(s).
You will be required to:
Salary: Dependent on hours, qualifications and experience
For more information: Please contact Amanda Ford at:
How to apply:
Please send a CV and covering letter to: email@example.com
ABOUT ABINGDON VALE SWIMMING CLUB
Abingdon Vale, a Swim 21 accredited club, has been a competitive swimming club since 1993. As one of the most successful clubs in the County, we were crowned Sports Club of the Year and Coach of the Year in 2011. The club continues to build on this and is growing in numbers, being based out of Abingdon and Radley Pools. We now have more swimmers than ever before who are winning County and Regional medals and qualifying for the British and National Championships
Abingdon Vale Swimming Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Amanda Ford as Head Coach of AVSC.
Amanda has been a key member of AVSC's coaching team for the past 6 years, and many of our swimmers have flourished under her guidance. She plays a vital role in developing our swimmers' technical skills, delivering land training classes, and introducing other strategies which are at the forefront of the sport to ensure continued improvement.
Amanda is a Level 2 coach and Level 3 Personal Trainer with over 14 years' experience. She currently delivers the strength and conditioning training for the England Talent Level 1 Programme, both regionally and nationally.
AVSC CoChair, Julia James said "We are thrilled that Amanda has agreed to become our new Head Coach, and are looking forward to working with her during the next exciting phase of AVSC's development".
One of Amanda's first priorities as Head Coach will be reviewing the coaching provision across the club, to ensure that the needs of all squads are met; "Our objective is to create long - term development, whether a swimmer wants to participate or become a performance swimmer. The dedicated coaching team will help swimmers to achieve their objectives via skills development, and educate them to understand the vital role that nutrition, land training and sports psychology plays in their swimming progress"
With Galas and Regional and National championships looming, AVSC swimmers from 9 to 18+ will be stepping up their training in the coming weeks to 'be the best you can be, be AVSC'.
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