The lifeguard works under the supervision of the Aquatics Supervisor. The lifeguards primary job is to provide a safe and high quality environment for members and patients. The lifeguard is responsible for the upkeep and cleanliness of all the aquatic areas.
GED/High School Diploma required
Lifeguard certification required. BLS for the professional rescuer required.
Previous experience in an aquatic environment.
D. Interpersonal Skills
Excellent communication skills to interact with a wide range of clients. Ability to work independently.
E. Essential Technical/Motor Skills
Ability to read and adjust chemical feeders, pump gauges, back wash, pool vacuum, test pool water.
F. Essential Physical Requirements
Physical demand level is medium to heavy. Must be able to occasionally lift up to 50 to 75 lbs.
G. Essential Mental Requirements
Ability to calculate needed chemicals based on water quality readings.
H. Essential Sensory Requirements
Ability to see, hear, smell, and speak clearly required.
I. Exposure to Hazards
Constant exposure to heat/humidity, chemicals, and odors.