A lifeguard must work a minimum of 10 hours per week at a maximum of 40 hours per week. Any deviations from the hours listed above must be approved by United Pools Corporate Office.
A Lifeguard is responsible for supervising swimmers, preventing accidents, and the upkeep of the facility. Lifeguards enforce all rules and regulations, report chemical maintenance issues, check and log all chemical readings, attend All-TEAM Meetings, and the overall upkeep of the facility. A Lifeguard oversees the pool to create the safest swimming environment possible - this includes but it not limited to:
A Pool Attendant is responsible for the upkeep of the pool and surrounding area throughout the day. A Pool Attendant may also greet patrons, check pool passes, remove trash, clean the clubhouse, and hose down the deck. Additionally, with proper training a Pool Attendant may check and maintain chemicals and vacuum the pool. A Pool Attendant is not a Lifeguard and therefore no pool patrons may be in the pool area unless the Lifeguard is present. A Pool Attendant is also responsible for assisting with the enforcement of all rules and regulations of the pool.
A manager must work a minimum of 32 hours per week at a maximum of 40 hours per week. Must work five days a week, including one day during the weekend. Any deviations from the hours listed above must be approved, in writing, by United Pools Corporate Office.
In addition to the duties of a Lifeguard, a Pool Manager supervises all Team Members at a facility, completes monthly schedules through KeepHR, attending all Manager Meetings, along with chemical maintenance and record keeping. The Pool manager is responsible for, but not limited to:
Swim instructors will instruct private and group swim lessons. Swim instructors are responsible for tasks that involve their classes - these include but are not limited to:
Customer Service Representatives (CSR) are responsible for all front-end tasks. CSRs must be able to multi-task and prove excellent customer service skills. CSR Team Members will report to the pool manager. CSRs are responsible for, but not limited to:
Maintenance Team Members are responsible for the overall maintenance and cleaning of an aquatic facility. Maintenance Team Members are responsible for, but not limited to: