At Eagle Mount, we spend most days empowering our participants to overcome adversity, but in the last few weeks, our whole team has been through a lot. We’ve paused our programs due to COVID-19, but we also had a fire at our campus that caused significant damage.
At times like this, we look to the people we serve. It’s their ability to persevere through challenges that gives us the motivation to persevere in kind. Fires may burn us, diseases may hurt us, but nothing will beat us.Go To Website
Eagle Mount is now hiring an Adaptive Aquatics Director to support the Aquatics Program. Eagle Mount is now hiring an Adaptive Aquatics Assistant Director to assist in implementing the Aquatics Program. The Adaptive Aquatics Assistant Director is a year-round position, assisting in planning, directing, coordinating, and promoting aquatics programming for people with disabilities or cancer, and in managing the Aquatics Center. The successful applicant will be organized, empathetic, hardworking, and passionate about the Eagle Mount mission. Eagle Mount is looking for someone with great skills in communication, teaching adaptive swim lessons and exercise classes, and pool maintenance.
This is a full-time, non-exempt position, $15-18/hour DOE. Excellent benefits package includes: $750 monthly contribution toward agency sponsored health/dental/vision, 4% 403(b) retirement match, generous PTO and the opportunity to work in a mission-driven culture.
If interested, please respond with a resume and cover letter in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt, preference will be given to applications received by July 17, 2020.