Join the Deaconess Aquatic Center team today! Below is a list of available jobs. Click on any of the job links to apply for that specific position.
Lifeguard – Under the direction of the Aquatics Director, candidates will act as a lifeguard during recreational, instructional and exercise usage of the pool; must be alert at all times, keeping in mind that the safety of program participants is your primary responsibility. Must arrive and leave work at the assigned times; must be properly dressed according to set standards; must enforce pool regulations for swimmers promptly and courteously; must test pool for chemistry and temperature; must provide vigilant, undistracted supervision of the pool; must read and be familiar with staff aquatic manual; must understand and carry out first aid and branch emergency procedures; must report fully all accidents and incidents on the correct forms; must check safety equipment when coming on duty and report any problems to your supervisor; must attend and be able to perform all skills in monthly in-service meetings.
Swim Lesson Instructor – Under the direction of the Aquatics Director, the Swim Instructor is responsible for providing a safe and positive instructional swimming environment members and program participants. The Instructor will focus on ages 6 months and up. The Swim Instructor must provide strong leadership, instruction and positive motivation for students in swimming classes. Instructs swimming lessons as assigned in accordance with guidelines, having prepared lesson plans accordingly. To be properly dressed according to set standards. To maintain and record skill performance records on the proper forms, including progress reports. Attends trainings as scheduled. Follows all policies, rules, regulations and procedures, including emergency and safety procedures. Organizes and puts away class equipment.
Building Supervisor – We seeking a motivated team member to assist staff and facility patrons in a friendly and proactive manner, adhere to policies related to boundaries with facility patrons, complete required abuse risk management training, adhere to procedures related to managing high-risk activities and supervising facility patrons, report suspicious or inappropriate behaviors and policy violations, and follow mandated abuse reporting requirements.
Housekeeping – This is an excellent opportunity for a highly-motivated, well-organized, time-efficient, mission-driven team player to provide housekeeping by performing a variety of cleaning such as sweeping, wet mopping, dusting, window cleaning, restrooms cleaning, locker rooms cleaning and various other areas. Must be able to work off daily and weekly cleaning schedules, and assist others in various group projects and sidewalk snow removal.