27 May 2023
Full-Time Student Worker-Lifeguard – Al Uwayqilah
Protecting swimmers and spectators by enforcing safety regulations, providing first aid, and reacting appropriately to crises are just some of the responsibilities that fall to lifeguards. Individuals need to be able to work both individually and as part of a larger team in order to succeed. Ability to interact with the public politely and responsibly in a variety of scenarios is required for this role. There may be times when lifeguards are called upon to perform shifts that include nights, weekends, and split hours.
Job Title : Student Worker-Lifeguard
Location : Al Uwayqilah, Northern Borders, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 15.2 per hour.
Company : JCC Association
Job Type : Full-Time
- In the pool area, he or she ensures that members and guests are adhering to the Club’s safety policies and procedures.
- Adheres to all pool safety standards and procedures and ensures that they are followed, as well as established policies, rules, and regulations.
- To carry out the club’s aquatic services, which include giving swim classes, overseeing group swim activities, and assisting with other aquatic program activities.
- Assist in keeping a variety of accident reports and the ability to read, write, understand, and communicate in English enough to do the job.
- Maintains the pool and surrounding deck areas, including the pool house and gutters, by monitoring the pool water chemistry.
- Provides exceptional customer service by answering courteously to members’ and visitors’ enquiries; giving information within the assigned area; and addressing concerns in a timely and effective way.
- The pool and pool area preparation for the summer season includes cleaning the pool, washing the pool decks, cleaning and repositioning the pool furniture and lifeguard equipment, cleaning the bathhouse, cleaning the fence, and cleaning the flower bed areas.
- When it comes to selling and managing the crop, this person makes sure that the yearly thin and harvest schedule is correct, as well as the design of the roads and access rights of way, as well as any other tasks that may be needed for that.
- Maintain the pool deck, break room, bathrooms, and drains by yourself.
- Assist with activities such as accident prevention and offering water safety services as needed.
- Ability to work with people of all ages, including those with impairments.
- Employment in this field requires a high school diploma or a GED.
- The person who wants to be a lifeguard must have worked as one for at least three months.
- It is critical to be able to establish and maintain positive working connections with colleagues, departments, and the general public.
- Lifeguard Training, Community First Aid, and CPR certification from the American Red Cross must be up to date for the professional rescuer.