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We devote significant resources to training and developing our staff to ensure we are at the forefront in swimming and water safety education. The nature of our business allows for a combination of full time, part time and casual positions. We are open 7 days a week from early morning to late evenings. If you are after flexibility, value a team environment and a highly rewarding workplace then RLSAA may have a role suited to you.

Current Opportunities

The Royal Life Saving Aquatic Academy is currently recruiting for the following roles:

Swim Teachers

Do you love swimming and enjoy being in and around the water? Royal Life Saving Aquatic Academy is always looking for friendly, reliable and motivated individuals to join the team. Our swimming teachers enjoy the benefits of:

  • Flexible working hours:
    • 8am-12noon
    • 9:30am – 2:00pm (school hours)
    • 3:30pm – 8:00pm
  • Above award rates of pay
  • Friendly, encouraging enthusiastic team members
  • Private, clean and modern facilities
  • Employee rewards and discounts

As the leader in drowning prevention and aquatic education, we will provide you with the tools and ongoing training to become a world class swimming teacher. As a Royal Life Saving registered swim school all our employees need to hold current Swim Teacher Licence, CPR qualification and working with children check (Paid).

Join the Royal Life Saving Aquatic Academy team today!

To Apply

Simply download and complete the expression of interest form and email it to

Need practical swim teaching experience?

Swim Teacher Licence candidates are required to complete practical teaching hours that include observation, supervised teaching and verification of teaching competency. The Royal Life Saving Aquatic Academy is able to provide aspiring swim teachers with the opportunity to gain critical teaching experience on a voluntary basis.

Simply download and complete an Expression of Interest and return it to and we will be in touch to arrange a time to commence your training.

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