ROLE AND PURPOSE: This part time position provides a professional and safe environment for all pool patrons and swimmers in the pool and deck area. professional level. This position will assist the Aquatic Coordinator and Senior Lifeguard in establishing and maintaining a safe environment throughout the District Natatorium.
SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Effective interpersonal skills
Excellent oral and written skills
Mentally and physically fit
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Uphold and adhere to safety rules.
Observe for accidents occurring in the water, on the deck, or diving board equipment.
Make water rescues for injured or distressed patrons/swimmers, administer resuscitation and first aid, and call 911 for serious accident cases.
Report potential hazards and unsafe conditions to Senior Lifeguard or Aquatic Coordinator
Maintain an acceptable appearance at all times, with regard to both uniform and personal hygiene.
Display professionalism, courtesy, and helpfulness to all pool patrons and fellow employees in performance of duties.
Be adaptable and flexible in acceptance of changes in technique and procedures.
Participate in mandatory continuing education/in-service as required by State law.
Maintain a professional level of confidentiality regarding all district matters.
Support the goals and objectives of the district and follow district policies.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Aquatic Coordinator and Head Coach.
Current American Red Cross Lifeguard certification; YMCA or Ellis Lifeguard certification is acceptable
Minimum age requirement of 16 years
Demonstrate understanding and knowledge of lifeguard skills
About Arlington ISD - Aquatics
The Arlington Independent School District offers an outstanding, well-rounded educational experience with award-winning academic and nationally recognized extracurricular programs. With more than 64,000 enrolled students, Arlington ISD is the ninth largest school district in Texas. The AISD includes 52 elementary schools, 12 junior high schools, 6 high schools, a junior/senior high school for immigrant students, an alternative senior high school for at-risk and non-traditional students, and 2 alternative schools for discipline management. The district is the largest employer in Arlington and the third largest employer in Tarrant County with more than 8,000 administrators, teachers and support staff.