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City of Sioux City

Pool Manager-Aquatics

Job Code
IV-2307
Posted On
December 9th, 2016
Closing On
Until Filled
Category
Seasonal/General more...
Department
Parks and Recreation
Location
Varied
Job Type
Non-Exempt
Pay Rate
C11
DateĀ Adopted
March 27, 1995
ApprovedĀ Res.No
95/U-3079
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Pool Manager-Aquatics, $13.50/Hour. Employees are responsible for the total operation of their assigned aquatic facility.  Employees in this position will work approximately 40 hours per week. Must be available to work nights, weekends, and Holidays.    Must be CPR, Lifeguard Certified and possess valid WSI. Employment will be between May 15, 2017 and end August 27, 2017. Must be 18 years or older and have own transportation.

Job Description

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Perform supervisory and specialized work involving the total management of a municipal swimming pool; does related work as required by pool manager.

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: The work in this class involves the responsibility for the total operation and use of a municipal swimming facility so as to promote the safety, convenience and enjoyment of patrons. An employee in this class works independently, but in conformity with the established departmental rules and regulations. Work is reviewed by the Aquatic Supervisor through reports, review of operations, inspections, staff meetings and investigations of such complaints as may be received.

EXAMPLES OF WORK: (Illustrative only)

  • Supervises the Head Lifeguard(s);
  • Tests operation of water treatment and related equipment to conform to operating policies of the State of
  • Iowa Department of Public Health;
  • Takes the lead in providing first aid assistance in case of accident;
  • Assures that all required paperwork is correctly completed;
  • Reports the need for any repairs and maintains a safe area around any equipment or area until repairs can be made;
  • Requisitions pool supplies and equipment;
  • Responsible for quality pool discipline, including contacting parents of minors who break pool rules to a high degree and/or are expelled from the facility.
Preferred Skills

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of a swimming pool operation; thorough knowledge of lifeguarding, swimming instruction methods and water safety and rescue techniques in accordance with the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training (R-94) materials; plan, organize and supervise in a manner conducive to full performance and high morale; ability to interpret and adapt established policies, rules and regulations to practical situations; keep records and prepare clear and concise reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, peers and subordinates, as well as the general public; excellent physical condition.

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: Considerable experience as a Lifeguard and swimming instructor; completion of a standard high school course, supplemented by college level course work, or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities; completion of the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training (R-94), Head Lifeguard, Water Park Lifeguarding Module, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and Standard First Aid, or equivalent, is required.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Provide photocopies of current certificates; wear staff uniform while on duty; maintain a professional work standard and image; work the entire swim season; have transportation arrangements made to be able to work at any of the City's swimming pools. The following certifications are also preferred, but not required: American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, Lifeguarding Instructor (R-94), Head Lifeguard Instructor, Water Park Lifeguarding Instructor, Community First Aid and Safety Instructor, CPR for the Professional Rescuer Instructor, and a Certified Pool Operator's Certificate.

This is a part-time seasonal position, 40 hours of work per week are not guaranteed.

Resolution No. 95/U-3079

Dated March 27, 1995