Pool Manager I (P/T)
City of San Bernardino, CA - San Bernardino, CA

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Under general supervision, plans and supervises the operation of a public swimming pool; accomplishes specialized work in protecting life, preventing accidents, enforcing safety regulations and providing instructions; and, performs related work as required.

Examples of Duties:
Provides courteous and expeditious customer service to the general public and City department staffs.
Assists the Recreation Supervisor in scheduling and programming swimming pool facilities; serves as a pool lifeguard; instructs classes in fundamentals of swimming; supervises swimming activities in and around a City pool to ensure that policies, rules and regulations are observed and enforced and that no hazard to safety is created; warns swimmers of improper activities or danger.

Minimum Qualifications:
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Licenses, Certificates, Special Requirements:
Possession of a valid Red Cross Lifeguard Training, YMCA Lifeguard or Ellis and Associates Lifeguard Certificate and Red Cross Water Safety Instructor's (WSI) Certificate or YMCA SKIPPERS/Progressive Instructor Certificate and a Red Cross Standard First Aid Certificate or American Red Cross Community First Aid and Safety Certificate or National Safety Council Standard First Aid Certificate or Medic First Aid Certificate and American Heart Association CPR Level "C" BLS (Basic Life Support) Certificate or American Red Cross Community CPR Certificate or American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer Certificate are required.
All certificates must be valid for the duration of employment.

Age 18 or older and graduation from high school or GED equivalent and a minimum of one (1) year full-time paid experience in instructing or supervising water recreational activities. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two (2) years.

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