Under the supervision of the Recreation Area Manager/Recreation Supervisor, this position provides general administrative and program support in the maintenance, implementation and monitoring of Aquatics programs and staff. |
Hourly employees cannot exceed 1,000 total hours worked within one fiscal year.
The Senior Instructor/Lifeguard is an hourly, year-round position. Under the direction and supervision of the Recreation Supervisor-Aquatics, the person in this position will teach and administer a variety of aquatic classes, lifeguard and assist in the following areas: personnel supervision, public relations, record keeping, programming and facility operations and maintenance. The Senior Instructor/Lifeguard is in charge of aquatic facilities, programs and staff in the absence of the Aquatic Supervisor and/or Recreation Supervisor-Aquatics.
DEADLINE: Open until filled. Candidates most qualified will be granted an interview. For more information: Contact Cory HIlderbrand (760) 602-4687.
The Senior Instructor/Lifeguard’s primary responsibility is to supervise aquatic facilities, programs and assigned staff as directed by the Recreation Supervisor-Aquatics. Other duties may include but are not limited to: providing water rescues, first aid and/or CPR, teaching and coaching, record keeping and preparation of daily revenue deposits and related repots.
Good Judgment, communication skills, attention to detail, organized and focused. Ability to manage many tasks at the same time. Knowledge of supervision, ability to learn quickly, good leadership skills. Teaching experience as good instructor/role model.
Experience & Education:
Education – Must have high school diploma or G.E.D
3+ years experience, with increasing responsibility in the Aquatics field
Experience instructing all levels of the American Red Cross Learn to Swim and water safety program
Experience supervising a staff of five or more lifeguards or aquatic staff is desirable
Special Requirements/License or Certificate:
-American Red Cross Lifeguard/First Aid
-CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer
-First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22)
-Water Safety Instructor
-Preferred but no required to have Lifeguard Instructor.
Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel, crouch, squat, stoop, reach, and lift 25lbs. +; exposure to outdoors; ability to travel to different sites and locations.
Minimum or Maximum Salary:
Minimum, $10.50/hr, Maximum $14/hr
This is a non-benefitted position.
* Part-time employee cannot exceed 1,000 total hours worked within one fiscal year.
City of Carlsbad, CA - 21 months ago
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