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|Job Title:||Ten (10) part-time pool manager positions|
|Department:||City of Brookhaven|
|Minimum Education:||None Required|
|Contact Name:||see job description|
|Contact Method:||Phone, Email, or Mail|
The city of Brookhaven is seeking qualified candidates for ten (10) part-time pool manager positions with the Parks and Recreation Department. The city pools open on Saturday, May 28, 2018, and close on Labor Day, Sept. 3, 2018. This position will start in mid-May. The successful candidate must possess basic supervisory skills in aquatic facility management, customer service, programming, marketing and communication while effectively assisting with a supervisory role of part-time seasonal life guards. Each employee will work up to 30 hours per week and the pools are open 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday-Saturday. A seasonal performance bonus of up to $1.00 per hour worked will be provided at the end of the season if certain standards are met.
Candidates must have a valid and current Lifeguard Training Certification by the start of the season. Previous supervisory and aquatic facility management preferred. Must have one (1) year of management experience and previous cash handling experience.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for all seasonal part-time and volunteer staff.
Maintains staff rotations and breaks.
Maintains discipline at the facility.
Makes decisions regarding refusal and removal of patrons with health problems, intoxication, bathing attire, and behavioral and disciplinary issues.
Assigns duties to lifeguards.
Ensures all policies, rules and regulations are enforced by staff and followed by participants.
Schedules weekly staff in-service training and documents all training.
Responsible for opening and/or closing the facility.
Ensures pool is properly staffed and clean at all times.
Responsible for maintaining proper water chemistry at all times.
Responsible for checking and maintaining all equipment at the facility.
Responsible for maintaining inventory of pool/ facility supplies.
Prepares reports as needed.
Makes and records daily deposits.
Evaluates the performance of staff members.
Responsible for teaching lessons and leadership courses.
Handles grievances of staff members.
Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Basic lifeguard skills/duties.
Knowledge of water chemistry.
Skill in teaching swimming classes.
Ability to demonstrate swimming proficiency.
Ability to handle rescue activities.
Good customer service and people skills.
Basic computer skills.
The City of Brookhaven is an equal opportunity employer.