The Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District is looking for a part-time Pool Supervisor to service the Jurupa Aquatic Center located in Riverside. The Jurupa Aquatic Center is located on 7.5 acres, composed of two parts "The Cove Waterpark" and "The Competition Pool".
The incumbents in this class report to an Aquatics Coordinator and assist in the operation and maintenance of the County's aquatic facilities and programs. In addition, incumbents will have full supervision of swimming pool and aquatics facility staff, such as lifeguards and aquatics technicians.
**This position requires possession of the following valid certifications: Water Safety Instructor's Certificate; American Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate (which includes first aid); American Red Cross Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for the Professional Rescuer or American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certificate.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
- Direct, supervise and participate in the operation of a public swimming pool or aquatic facility. Schedule and assign lifeguard personnel. Assign and participate in the supervision of the activities of swimmers in and around the pool. Supervise, train, discipline and evaluate all assigned subordinates.
- Inspect pool facilities and equipment and provide for the maintenance of proper sanitation and operation standards and levels. Supervise aquatics technician and inspect/maintain life saving equipment.
- Rescue swimmers in distress. Administer first aid in the event of injury and administer artificial respiration and other resuscitation procedures if required.
- Oversee the collection and reporting of admission fees. Balance accounts of assigned aquatic facility or satisfactorily resolve discrepancies.
- Provide information and guidance to members of the general public. Organize and participate in aquatics programs and events to facilitate their success.
- Enforce pool regulations and water safety policies; ensure subordinate staff enforce these regulations and policies.
- Administer and coordinate instructional classes in the fundamentals of swimming and water safety.
- Requisition necessary supplies and materials, maintain an inventory and prepare appropriate records and reports.
High School diploma or an equivalent General Educational Development (GED) certificate. Completion of college level course work is desirable.
At least two pool seasons (a minimum of six months) of full-time lifeguard/teaching (Senior Lifeguard) experience. Certification in pool operations and lifeguard instructor is highly desirable.
Principles of supervision, training, performance evaluation and progressive corrective discipline; water hazards, rescue methods, lifesaving techniques and first aid as applied to accidents in the water and surrounding areas; cardiopulmonary resuscitation; swimming and water safety instructional techniques and methods; record keeping and reporting procedures; methods of handling, depositing and accounting for money received; state and local health regulations as they pertain to the operation of public pools.
Assign, supervise and participate in the operation of a public swimming pool; swim with proficiency and endurance and meet standards of swimming competency as may be established by the Park District; prevent dangerous situations from arising; recognize emergencies and take appropriate action; effectively instruct persons in the techniques of swimming and water safety; establish and maintain effective working relationships with pool personnel and the general public; prepare and maintain a variety of records and reports; understand and follow oral and written instructions; communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; supervise, train and evaluate subordinates; solve disciplinary issue effectively.
County of Riverside - 2 years ago
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