The Aquatics Program Manager is responsible for the daily operation and maintenance of the university’s swimming pool area, including appropriate support for all athletic and recreational programs and events as identified by the Associate Athletic Director, Intramural and Recreation Programs.
Responsible for the daily operation and maintenance of all swimming pool equipment and related systems in the swimming pool area;
Responsible for daily supervision and training of all full time, part time and student employees working in the swimming pool area;Responsible for supervision, scheduling and staffing of all events in the swimming pool area, including all college and outside events, public swimming, rental groups, youth camps, etc.;
Provide information and/or cost proposals for repair and maintenance of the swimming pool area and equipment to the appropriate administrative staff;
Complete timely updates to the swimming pool schedule as posted on the website and other appropriate areas, including special events, pool closings, etc.;
Provide monthly reports regarding pool operation, bather load, special events, maintenance, equipment upkeep, and other information as designated by the Assistant Athletic Director, Intramural and Recreation Programs;
Ensure that appropriate supervision is present during all scheduled special events in the swimming pool to ensure safe and efficient operation of such events;
Responsible for forwarding any and all requests for use of the pool to the Associate Athletic Director, Intramural and Recreation Programs or direct to the campus wide internet based space request procedure;
Responsible for maintaining a clean and safe environment at all times in the swimming pool area, including but not limited to the pool and staff office, the swimming pool deck, the storage areas, locker rooms, spectator seating area, water chemical treatment and filtration;
Responsible for the development of aquatics programming, including but not limited to, swimming lessons, lap swimming, aqua-aerobics, lifeguarding classes, WSI training and other appropriate activities;
Perform other duties as assigned.
Current Lifeguarding, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)/Automated External Defibrillator (AED), Certified Pool/Spa Operator (CPO) certification or equivalent certification and a minimum of one-three years of experience in swimming pool operations is required.
Lifeguard Training Instructor and Water Safety Instructor certification preferred.
CPR/FA Instructor Certification
Experience in aquatic programming preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Detailed knowledge of state and national codes and laws related to swimming pool safety and operation;
Demonstrated knowledge of swimming pool equipment, as well as maintenance and system preparations for operating a swimming pool facility;
Ability to supervise employees;
Strong oral and written communication skills;
Strong organizational skills;
Strong problem solving and interpersonal skills;
Strong attention to detail;
Strong commitment to customer service.
Must apply on-line at https://hr.umb.edu/jobs
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