Swimming Coaches

The City of Côte Saint-Luc is a dynamic municipality on the island of Montreal with a population of approximately 33 000. The city prides itself on providing the highest level of services to its residents at a reasonable cost. The Côte Saint-Luc swim team is currently looking for Swimming Coaches. (for junior swimmers: 10 years and younger; and for senior swimmers: 11 years and older). 


Role: Under the supervision of the Swim Teams Manager, coaches must mentor athletes and ensure their continued development so that their full potential is reached. The swim team is growing rapidly and currently has more than 200 athletes.


Key responsibilities:

Plan daily training session

Coach, develop and prepare athletes

Accompany and chart each athlete’s progress during competitions

Actively participate in coaches meetings and team events

Perform other related tasks


Qualifications and education:

NCCP Level 101 (Junior)

NCCP Level 102 (Senior)

Valid National Lifeguard Certificate

A minimum of two years of relevant experience

Ability to work in a team

Strong organization skills

Bilingual English / French, spoken and written


Salary and benefits: The offered salary is $ 16.50 per hour and can vary according to the experience



Between 6 and 10 hours of work per week between September 2018 and June 2019 (Junior)

Between 15 and 20 hours of work per week between September 2018 and June 2019 (Senior)


To apply: Please send your resume to mcalcutt@cotesaintluc.org before June 17, 2018



We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  

The City of Côte Saint-Luc operates an Equal Employment Program and, in this regard, we are committed to supporting inclusive diversity practices. We invite women, members of visible and ethnic minorities, aboriginals and people with disabilities to apply. People with disabilities are invited to tell us about their specific needs in order to plan accommodations for the selection process. In addition, the City recognizes the diplomas and relevant experience obtained outside Quebec. However, it is the candidate's responsibility to provide, when required, the comparative evaluation of studies issued by the Department of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion.

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