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Swim Otters is always hiring!

Swim Otters is always looking for people who need part time hours and a little extra supplemental income. While the kids are at school, how about working for us? If you have customer service, sales or swim instructor experience, please call the owner, Kathy at 303-619-7946. Swim Otters offers great pay with flexible hours and it’s a fun place to work! Do something you enjoy!

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We promote this swim school, exclusively! Over the years, we have sent many of our patients to Swim Otters, all have come back with wonderful experiences. Swim Otters starts with the fundamentals of water safety and builds additional skills to a solid foundation. It is an excellent way to reduce pediatric drowning.
Nancy GreerMD, PhDBroomfield Pediatrics