Under the direct supervision of the Senior Director of Aquatics, the Aquatics Supervisor is responsible for assisting with planning, organizing, and the supervision of aquatic activities and maintenance of the aquatic facility. The Aquatics Supervisor assists with the scheduling of lifeguards and other pool personnel, directs aquatic staff in the operation of pool equipment, and regular maintenance duties when necessary in accordance with the JCC aquatic policy and JCC Aquatic Safety Standards & Guidelines.
RESPONSIBILITIES & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Arrives to all shifts 15 minutes prior to start of shift, in uniform, and prepared.
Performs equipment checks and ensures appropriate equipment is available as needed.
Assists with supervision and management of aquatic programs in accordance with established goals and policies.
Remain on the pool deck at all times to assist with patron needs, lifeguard concerns, and in emergency situations.
Substitute lifeguard/instructor when needed.
Perform swim evaluation and abilities of swimmers and staff when necessary
Provides constant feedback to staff to facilitate improvements.
Maintains accurate records as required by the JCC.
Observes activities with safety rules in the pool area and follows preventative lifeguarding measures in the safety of each individual.
Ensures the health and safety of all members and participants by knowing, understanding, and consistently enforcing safety rules, policies, procedures, and regulations for the pool and aquatic area.
Knows/reviews all emergency procedures and responds to emergency situations immediately in accordance with JCC policies and procedures. Completes related reports as required.
Maintains all required certifications for position while employed.
Exercise good judgment and communicate concerns to your supervisor.
Keep pool area and equipment clean, neat, and organized.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned by the Senior Director of Aquatics.
Promotes all aquatic programs.
Attends and participates in all in-service trainings and staff meetings.
Maintains a professional appearance and demeanor
Maintain knowledge of current trends and developments in the field of health, wellness, and aquatics programming.
ARC (or equivalent) CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer
ARC (or equivalent) Lifeguarding with First Aid
ARC (or equivalent) WSI
ARC (or equivalent) LGI (preferred, but not required)
Frequently required to stand, sit, walk, climb, and/or balance.
Frequently required to reach with hands and arms.
Frequently required to kneel, crouch, or crawl.
Occasionally lift and/or move 50 pounds.
Frequently exposed to wet and humid conditions.
Frequently exposed to moderate to high noise levels.
Frequently exposed to warm environments.
Occasionally exposed to fumes, airborne, or bloodborne pathogens.
AFTER HIRE REQUIREMENTS:
Aquatics New Hire Orientation before first shift.