Employment Overview - Please read BEFORE submitting an application
COVID-19 Update - October 14, 2021
The Club is now accepting applications, HOWEVER, we do not know when our Learn to Swim programs will re-start. We are waiting for the under 12 population to be fully vaccinated. All participants and employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine - please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to read the full employee policy. The particpant policy can be found here: www.ntac.ca/policies
On behalf of the North Toronto Aquatic Club (“NTAC”) we would like to welcome you to our organization and we are pleased that you are considering employment with us. You are seeking to join a dynamic team committed to quality swim instruction with deep community roots. Should you be successful in the application process, we believe that you will find your experience with us rewarding and beneficial.
NTAC usually hires for the school term, September through April/May or June. Although we are a not-for-profit entity, we try and pay competitive wages. We strive for an inclusive and supportive work environment. In return, we expect our staff to diligently and safely perform their duties and responsibilities, support and nurture our members and parents, and commit to a schedule with limited absences. Full terms of employment would be set out in an employment agreement.
Regular attendance is key and integral to the successful operation of NTAC, the success of our students, the satisfaction of our stakeholders/clients, and ensuring our continued strong community reputation. Therefore, it is expected that all employees attend work as per schedule. A failure to attend work at regular times may result in discipline up to and including termination of employment. If you cannot commit to set days/times you should not apply for employment with us.
NTAC appreciates your interest in our organization and looks forward to reviewing your application. Please carefully review and fully complete the form. Should your application be approved, interviews and other pre-hiring processes will follow before a formal offer of employment is made.
A current Vulnerable Sector Police Reference Check is a requirement of the position for all staff 18 years of age and over. If you have a current one, please submit it with your application. If not, if hired, you will be required to submit a CLEAR Vulnerable Sector Police Reference Check before your first shift. Failure to do so, would result in our contract becoming null and void.
If you are interested in applying to the club, please complete the online application below. For further information email us at email@example.com or call the club at 416 483-2929.
We recruit for the following three positions:
Minimum Age: 15 years
Minimum Qualifications: Current L.S.S. Bronze Cross and Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) or L.S.S. Assistant Instructor certificates.
Minimum Age: 16 years
Minimum Qualifications: L.S.S. Bronze Cross or higher, and Instructor (Red Cross and/or L.S.S.) certification.
Minimum Age: 16 years
Minimum Qualifications: Red Cross WSI or Lifesaving Society Lifesaving or Swim Instructor, Current National Lifeguard (NL) certification, and Standard First Aid & C.P.R. "C” from the Lifesaving Society, Red Cross, St John Ambulance or Canadian Ski Patrol.
Please note that as a condition of employment, all qualifications must be current. All aquatic awards (Bronze Cross, NL, and Instructor awards), remain current for 2 years only. Standard First Aid & CPR C is current for 3 years. Certificates must be recertified as they expire.
Given the COVID-19 situation the Lifesaving Society has extended the currency of certifications for a period of 90 days from the date that the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care allows aquatic facilities and recreation centre to re-open.