What is Job Club?

Swim Instructors Association presents Job Club, an initiative to support swim teachers and aquatic employees significantly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

Swim Teachers in Victoria have suffered significant loss of employment due to the pandemic and closure of our swim schools.  Those who have remained engaged in employment face decreased job security with reduced hours, reopening restrictions and reduced operations.  Many workers have had to seek employment in alternative industries.

 

Melbourne and VIC regional based swim teachers and aquatic employees need to be supported to continue their journey in the aquatic industry, continue to have opportunities to provide education to swimmers of all ages, and participate in the industry wide campaign for drowning prevention as frontline contributors. 

 

Job Club aims to provide swim teachers and aquatic employees with relevant job opportunities all in one convenient place.  It is the place to find your next career opportunity and for employers to find qualified, experienced teachers and those ready for leadership roles.  It will be a free and collaborative platform for employees and employers to engage with each other.  The SIA understands that recruitment will be an important priority for many employers reopening businesses and aiming to grow through the provision of high quality learn to swim programs.  We also acknowledge the complete reduction of income for businesses and would like to offer our support to engage employees by offering FREE job ads to all Learn to Swim facility employers across Victoria.

 

For the Aquatic Industry to get back on its feet and to continue to offer high quality, valuable aquatic education experiences we need to keep our Swim Teachers teaching. 

 

For further information or to advertise your Swim Teacher/Aquatic employment opportunities for FREE, click here.

Find for your next Swim Teacher or Aquatic Employee opportunity here!  

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