In the next couple of days you will be receiving an official offer letter from Catch the Wave Swim Club. We are super excited to welcome you to the team! Below are some of the highlights of this position and what you have to look forward to:
Making A Difference.
When you work at Catch the Wave Swim Club you are not just an employee. You're a part of something bigger. You're making an impact; a splash in the lives of the children in your community. Check out Mason's heartwarming story and understand this is what you will be doing.
We understand that work life balance is important, so choose a work schedule that aligns with your personal schedule. Team members work anywhere from 3 to 40 hour weeks - your schedule is made to fit your lifestyle.
The Average hourly employee at Catch the Wave Swim Club makes $18/hr. That is 75 percent higher than the national average for employees in the service industry and we guarantee they aren't having as much fun as we are!
Positive workplace environment
At Catch the Wave Swim Club we place a high emphasis on having a positive workplace environment. Whether its free Chic-fil-a meals, snacks/drinks prior to your shift or regular employee outings, we promise a drama free place where you'll be actually excited to go to work.
Our program is only as good as the people who teach it. This makes employee development a top priority with all instructors capable of becoming Program Managers regardless of age or education! Program managers receive a host of additional benefits/incentives and there is no limit to how many there can be at one particular location. Your performance is evaluated every quarter with feedback and detailed path forward designed to meet your personal goals. Want even more?
Let's Get Started!
Before an official offer is sent, you’ll need to complete the new-hire questionnaire (button below) which is the first step in the onboarding process. The information provided to us, along with feedback from your surf interview, is what we use to determine your starting pay. Contact your hiring manager if you have any questions.