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A Lifeguard’s primary responsibility is to ensure injury prevention by enforcing all rules and regulations of the pool and surrounding area as outlined in this manual in addition to any site specific policies. In addition to rule enforcement a Lifeguard is also responsible for chemical maintenance, record-keeping, and should inspect the facility on a daily basis and report and unsafe conditions or equipment to the office.
Lifeguards should be a minimum of 15 years old. Should be certified in current American Red Cross Lifeguard Training, CPR/FPR, First Aid or equivalent.
Pool Manager (Lifeguard Level Position)
In addition to the duties of a Lifeguard a Pool Manager is responsible for supervision of entire pool staff, staff scheduling and confirmation, chemical maintenance and record-keeping.
Gate Guard (Lifeguard Level Position)
A Gate Guard’s primary responsibility is to check all pool passes and have every patron to the pool sign in for the day. A Gate Guard is not a Lifeguard and therefore no pool patrons may be in the pool area unless the Lifeguard is present. In addition to verifying that all patrons have a pool pass and sing in the Gate Guard is also responsible for enforcing all rules and regulations of the pool and surrounding area as outlined in this manual in addition to any site specific policies.
Area Supervisors oversee 9 to 12 pool facilities within a specific geographical area. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring all pools are run effectively and stay within the health department’s regulations at all times, staffing and scheduling pools in their area.
Recruiting and Staffing Manager (“Staffer”)
The Recruiting and Staffing Manager oversees all hiring, training and scheduling of Lifeguard staff. This includes, but is not limited to, interviews, employee reviews,
The Administration role is very important to the organization and serve a variety of office related functions.
The Route Technician is responsible for all the maintenance of the facilities in their area. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring all pools are run effectively and stay within the health department’s regulations at all times.
The Construction Assistant is similar to an apprentice program where they are team up with a seasoned foreman on construction related jobs.
Regional Manager and Assistant Regional Manager
The Regional Manager is in control of all facilities in their area. This includes, but is not limited to, ensuring all pools are run effectively and stay within the health department’s regulations at all times. Regional Managers also directly oversee the area supervisors, lifeguards, and facility repairs.
The industrial Construction Trades General Foreman provides leadership and is responsible for, although not limited too: scheduling, workface planning, coordinating, supervising, assisting in cost control and ensuring the safety, consistent and fair application of all Labor Relations policies and procedures, proper apprentice training and productivity of crews at the workface who install/assemble components of industrial products and structures. As a key participant in the relationship with the contractor, other contractors, company and client, the general foreman is generally the second management level and has a further role as a coordinating manager and client interface.
The Lead Administrator (“Office Manager”) supports company operations by maintaining office systems and supervising staff. Maintains office services by organizing office operations and procedures; preparing payroll; controlling correspondence; designing filing systems; reviewing and approving supply requisitions; assigning and monitoring clerical functions. Keeps management informed by reviewing and analyzing special reports; summarizing information; identifying trends. Maintains office staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees. Maintains office staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
The Driver is responsible for the complete operations and results of a branch. We follow a “Partnership Model” whereby Drivers are compensated based on salary, bonus and equity.
Regional Executive Vice President
The Regional Executive Vice President is responsible for the operations and results of several branches. We follow a “Partnership Model” whereby Executive Vice Presidents are compensated based on salary, bonus and equity.
An Executive of the organization is responsible for the overall operations and results of the business and follow a “Partnership Model” whereby Executives are compensated based on salary, bonus and equity.