The Department of Intramural-Recreational Sports, a Division of University of Virginia Athletics, is seeking applicants for a Pool Technician. As an integral member of Intramural-Recreational Sports, the Pool Technician supports our mission of serving the University community through first-class recreational engagement that fosters wellness, impacts lives and generates life-long memories.
In serving the University, the Pool Technician ensures safe, well-maintained, and clean natatorium spaces at the UVA Aquatic & Fitness Center and North Grounds Recreation Center supporting efficient, effective, unified operations. Responsibilities include monitoring and maintaining comprehensive cleanliness and sanitation of the pool deck, tile, pool drains, all surfaces, fixtures, furnishings, equipment, pool basins, etc. As a member of the Pool Technician and Aquatics Management team, the Pool Technician also supports maintaining pool water quality and associated mechanical/filtration/chemical systems to ensure cleanliness, sanitation, and safety standards including preventive and routine maintenance tasks. In all responsibilities, the Pool Technician professionally represents Intramural-Recreational Sports and the University of Virginia positively engaging and communicating with natatorium participants (e.g., students, UVA faculty/staff, youth swim lesson participants, and Varsity Swim/Dive team coaches, student-athletes, and team operations staff). The successful Pool Technician will work independently and self-directed as well as in a collaborative, team environment. Responsibilities require the ability to perform routine, daily manual labor including some heavy lifting. Base hours are typically day shift Monday-Friday with schedule variations to accommodate special event demands, deep cleaning, repair or maintenance work, or late night projects.
The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
About University of Virginia
The University of Virginia, founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, is a state-supported institution with an enrollment of 20,500 students in a community bound by The Honor Code. Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the University is within three hours of Washington, D.C. and the Atlantic. The Department of Intramural-Recreational Sports, a division of University of Virginia Athletics, currently has 48 full time faculty and staff positions with an annual operational budget in excess of $10 million. Guiding Intramural-Recreational Sports is the mission to serve the University community through first-class recreational engagement that fosters wellness, impacts lives and generates life-long memories. Facility resources include four full-service recreation centers, an outdoor recreation center, and specialized squash center featuring a glass-walled international show court. Complementary outdoor resources include over 38 acres of fields/courts/greenspace including a 23 acre multi-sports field complex and two-300' x 400' artificial turf sports fields with lights; softball fields; tennis courts; basketball courts; as well as a high/low experiential learning ropes course. Pr...ogram components include intramural sports, group exercise/fitness classes, personal training and massage therapy services, instructional recreation enrichment classes for adults and youth, outdoor recreation, club sports, and aquatics.