Mount Kelly Swimming Ltd are seeking to appoint Swimming Teachers for teaching a variety of classes to adults and children of all ages and abilities in accordance with the Swim England Learn to Swim Programme. The hours required are Wednesday 15:45 until 19:15 and 8:45 until 12:15 on Saturdays for 40 weeks of the year.
Successful candidates will have previous experience as a Swimming Teacher with a relevant qualification (Level 2 or above). Further details are available in the job description.
Candidates should submit an application form outlining their suitability for the post to HR@mountkelly.com
Closing date: 5pm on Monday 14 August 2023.
Interviews are likely to take place on Tuesday 22 August 2023.
Mount Kelly, Mount Kelly Swimming Ltd and Mount Kelly Enterprises Ltd are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake a criminal record check via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Charity Registration Number 306716
Mount Kelly is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS clearance, which will include, if appropriate, a letter of good conduct from any country in which an applicant has worked or lived in within the last 5 years. In addition, candidates will be required to satisfy further checks as outlined in safer recruitment practice.
CVs may be submitted as a supporting document, but applications must be completed fully including history of full employment and education.
The Mount Kelly Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy can be found here LINK.
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