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Aquatics Director
Gordon JCC
801 Percy Warner Blvd
Nashville, TN 37205

Principal Responsibilities:

The Aquatics Director is primarily responsible for directing, overseeing and maintaining all aspects of the aquatics programs of the GJCC. The Aquatics Director is responsible for the direct supervision of the swim lesson program, aquatics maintenance, swim team, the lifeguard staff and ensuring the health and safety of members during the operating hours of the GJCC. S/he will be responsible for and is expected to provide excellence in customer service, water safety and instruction, and cleanliness in all aquatics facilities, hiring and training of staff and developing programs for all ages.

The Aquatics Director must be detail oriented and well organized, with the ability to plan activities and schedules several months in advance. This person must be flexible and able to handle multiple projects at the same time. The Aquatics Director is expected to be innovative, imaginative team player who provides a positive role model for members and other staff.




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Community and Gordon JCC:

Membership and participation in professional communal organizations encouraged.

To apply please send your resume and cover letter to

Minimum Qualifications:

This position description is intended to comply with all known state and federal regulations and includes accommodation re-evaluations.


$45,000 - $55,000

Agency Information:

The Gordon Jewish Community Center (Gordon JCC) is at the center of Jewish life in Nashville, providing recreational, educational, social and cultural programs and services to over 1,700 member families. Located on a beautiful 52-acre campus in west Nashville, it is a place where non-Jews are welcome to join, play and learn side by side with their Jewish neighbors. Camp Davis, established in 1930's, provides a day camp experience for hundreds of school-age children each summer.