$19.45-$27.72 Hourly / $3,371.33-$4,804.80 Monthly / $40,456.00-$57,657.60 Yearly
Organizes, schedules and coordinates programs and activities at a 50-meter pool, larger aquatics facility, or water park with diverse programs and maintenance requirements.
Oversees maintenance of the swimming area, equipment, and supplies; tests water daily and maintains proper chemical balance and insures that filtration systems are functioning properly; requests building and grounds maintenance as required to preserve the safety and appearance of the facility.
Schedules, assigns, trains, oversees, and provides leadership to lower level employees.
Evaluates and identifies training needs to ensure that all safety rules are enforced; develops training classes, curriculum and lesson plans; conducts orientation, basic, onthe- job, and/or specific training in order to bring employees or the public up-to-date.
Enforces safety rules and ensures that other employees enforce rules to maintain safety of participants; acts as safety monitor to promote or enforce safety within an assigned area; administers and oversees first aid and lifesaving techniques; responds immediately and takes responsibility in case of emergency.
Teaches swimming lessons to both adults and children; teaches lifeguarding, first aid, CPR, and basic water safety.
Maintains records and submits reports; prepares attendance sheets, daily reports and special activities summaries; compiles accident reports; maintains payroll, inventory and supply ordering information.
Oversees locker room activities; submits requests for supplies and equipment.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: swimming pool operations and management; water safety, lifesaving, and first aid principles, procedures and practices; water filtration procedures and operation of pool equipment.
Working knowledge of: basic records keeping.
Ability to: plan, assign and review the work of other employees; instruct others in lifesaving and first aid procedures; react quickly, calmly and rationally in emergencies; maintain records and compile reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the general public; communicate and interact effectively with the general public; perform duties requiring physical strength and endurance.
Skill in: swimming and lifesaving procedures; the operation and maintenance of lifesaving equipment; lifeguard audits.