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Shallow water lifeguard
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I dreaded every day having to step foot into the office. Couldn't wait to leave at the end of the day and felt very much on edge sitting at my desk.

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Gate guard positions are normally only part time due to the number of people that are eligible for the position. However they normally will have more than enough hours if you desire a full time work load.

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Yes! Your local American Pool Office's website will have different training classes you can take to become an American Red Cross certified lifeguard. Head on over to guardforlife.com/contact-us to find your local office!

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The asked could I swim and am I physically ready.

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It felt pretty normal. I didn't have any bad experiences, so it's not as if I was constantly complaining to people I knew about working there.

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As a lifeguard, you are on your own. Pool can be closed in a rainy day and you will not even be informed.

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Temporary job for the summer. No benefits offered

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You must be at least 17 and take the American Red Cross Water Safety Course. Being a good swimmer and adept at all strokes is imperative. With your summer of certified lifeguarding behind you, I highly suggest you open more doors of opportunity by checking into becoming an ARC WSI or Lifeguard Instructor. Check with your local aquatics chapter of American Red Cross for classes in your area.

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