Town of Flower Mound, TX
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Protects the safety and well being of each patron utilizing the aquatics facilities and responds to emergencies. Enforces aquatic facility rules and regulations.
- Examples of Duties
1.Performs all lifeguard job duties and responsibilities ensuring that swimmers are well supervised in the pool and on the deck areas. Monitor pool activities. Prevent accidents and minimizes or eliminates hazardous situations.
2.Provides emergency care and treatment as necessary until the arrival of emergency medical services. Apply first aid and perform water rescues as necessary.
3.Enforces all safety rules and regulations of the aquatic facilities patrons.
4.Assists with the distribution of aquatic equipment and supplies. Disseminate pool supplies and equipment as necessary.
5.Prepares and submits reports to include rescues and assists, accidents, and first aid to supervisor.
6.Attend mandatory training and in-service meetings.
7.Informs supervisor of all work-related activities.
8.Adheres to the personnel, safety, and divisional policies and procedures of the Town.
9.Assists co-workers and other divisions as needed.
10.Performs other duties as assigned.
- Minimum Qualifications
High School Diploma or GED is preferred. CPR/First Aid and Lifeguard Certifications are required. Must be at least 16 years of age. If you have a valid Texas driver's license, driving record must be in compliance with Town policy OR you must have reliable transportation.
Must submit to and pass a post-offer, non-regulated drug test and thorough background checks (including criminal history).
- Desired Qualifications
Must have excellent leadership, organizational and communicative skills, both oral and written. To perform the essential functions of the job, must be able to perform strenuous physical activities to include running, kneeling, bending, twisting, dragging, pushing, pulling and lifting up to 50 lbs of various recreational and athletic equipment; to talk, see, hear, and read; to work in adverse environmental conditions; and to maintain an effective and pleasant working relationship with citizens, the general public, employees, and volunteers. Must be able to work various hours, including evenings and weekends as required.