Good place for a first job
Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – December 1, 2016
Overall, when i was in high school the job was wonderful and provided me with additional spending money. As i got older and more aware of the management side of the company, and pool, i learned that advancing is very difficult unless you are friends with the full time management. A typical work day was usually slow and very dull, the same patrons came to the pool at the same time every day without fail. I learned the importance of teamwork and how important it is to communicate with team members in a high stress situation to avoid failure. The management was alright, but when half of the management team is less knowledgeable about the pool, less mature, and overall less qualified, its hard to take anything anyone had to say seriously. The people that worked there as employees (not managers or full time staff) were absolutely amazing, i loved working with them and they always made any bad situation really pleasing. There was nothing hard about the job, i sat and watched people swim all day, and i never even saved anyone. The most enjoyable part of the job was most definitely leaving the pool at the end of my shift.
15-30 minute breaks every hour