This position is responsible for the organization, planning, staffing, training, maintenance, supervision and programming of the aquatic facilities and concession operations at Rice Pool and Water Park and Northside Family Aquatic Center.
- Plan, organize, market, direct and evaluate a comprehensive program of activities for the aquatic facilities, including, but not limited to, open swim, lap swim, swim lessons, swim team, aquatic programs/camps, special events, birthday parties and scout programs.
- Prepare annual Rice Pool and Water Park and Northside Family Aquatic Center budget, making necessary revenue and expenditure adjustments, and monitors the budget on a monthly basis.
- Train and rehearse emergency evacuation and facility evacuation.
- Maintain a safe environment through total knowledge of functions and operations of all safety, rescue, and first aid equipment.
- Assist with pre-season and post-season maintenance.
- Oversee and manage concession operations.
- Maintain the facilities as clean and safe environments for patrons and employees.
- Respond to citizen concerns and complaints.
- Purchase, distribute, and maintain an inventory of supplies and equipment.
- Oversee facility safety checks.
- Make recommendations for facility rules and regulations.
- Oversee payroll during the aquatic season.
- Administer and supervise swim team program.
This position is also responsible for the coordination and implementation of the agency-wide CPR/AED/First Aid program and Chairperson of the Safety Committee.
- During the off-season of aquatic operations, teach CPR/First Aid classes for the district.
- Act as Chairperson for the safety committee.
- Coordinate CPR/AED/First Aid program including schedule instructors, notify participants, and keep records of staff certifications.
- Responsible for maintaining a complete supply of district first aid supplies.
- Responsible for working with PDRMA representative for safety visits and inspections.
- Act as contact person for PDRMA.
This position must be able to remain in a stationary position for long periods with frequent repetitive hand/arm movements such as when working on a computer when pools are closed. This position must be able to rarely move objects weighing up to 50 lbs. and rarely over shoulders and head weighing up to 50 lbs. This position will be required to frequently move about the pool deck and offices, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, bend, twist, and reach. This position should have the physical ability to perform CPR on adults and children.
This position must be able to be exposed to all extreme summer weather conditions including heat, sun, rain, and varying degrees of humidity, temperature and light. This position will also be exposed to pool chemicals and cleaning supplies. During the non-pool season, this position will be exposed to a standard office environment.
This is a year round position requiring a minimum work week of 40 hours. Nights and weekends are required especially during the swim season (April through Labor Day) which will require more than 40 hours per week to make sure both facilities are up and running, staffed properly, and exceeding customer service standards.
$50,000 - $60,000 DOQ
- Excellent medical and dental benefits (choice of PPO or HMO)
- Paid holidays (12 1/2 days), vacation (12 after first year), sick (12 per year), and personal days (2 per year)
- Free facility privileges for employee and eligible family members (includes fitness center, golf, pools, etc.)
- Retirement Plans (Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund Pension plan and 457 Deferred Compensation Plan)
- Life insurance and employee assistance program paid by employer
- Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Benefit
- Discounts on food and merchandise
- And more...