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ALL PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES MUST GO THROUGH BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG SCREEN.
Need 1 Site Leader and 6 Entry Level Leaders
The YMCA of Southeast Texas is currently seeking organized, nurturing, experienced individuals who would be interested in spending their time being a positive role model and overseeing the day to day operations of an after school program. Job duties include but are not limited to supervision of children, homework assistance, curriculum implementation, organize group activities, group games and much, much more!
Candidates must be creative, self motivated, enthusiastic and at least 18 years old with a high school diploma. 6 months of experience in a state licensed childcare facility is required for a Site Leader position. Must have 30 clock hours of training in child or youth development, recreational leadership, or management.
Holding current certifications in First Aid and CPR is a plus.
This is a part time position and candidates must be able to work Monday – Friday from approximately 2:00 pm -6:00 pm.
Pay is $7.25-$11.00 D.O.E.
Lifeguard, Monday-Friday , 9AM-3:30PM Pay Scale: $7.25 – $11. an hour
The lifeguard is responsible for guarding the safety of the patrons of the swimming pool for the Association.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
*QUALIFICATIONS – Lifeguards must be currently certified in YMCA Lifeguard, or a comparable national certification.
*CPR – Must include certification in adult, child, and infant CPR and obstructed airway maneuver – American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer and American Heart Association Healthcare Provider meet these requirements.
*FIRST AID – Must include training in victim assessment, bleeding, shock, burns, specific body injuries, bites & stings, bone joint, and muscle injuries: poisoning; cold and heat-related injuries; medical emergencies and rescues.
*SWIMMMING ABILITY – Must be able to pass pre-employment skills test.
JOB SEGMENTS BY PROGRAM AREA
a) Prevent accidents from happening.
b) If unable to prevent accident from happening, react appropriately to the situation.
c) Guard the safety of the patrons.
d) Do not leave the pool area if there is anyone in the pool area.
e) If you have to leave for any reason, clear the pool and lock all entrances into the pool area,
f) Keep safety equipment in optimum working condition.
g) Keep the pool deck clear of obstructions.
h) Do not allow visitors while on guard duty, or teaching.
i) Telephone calls should not be made or received unless it is an emergency.
2) General Administrative Responsibilities
a) Keep an accurate record of the bather load of the pool.
b) Keep an accurate record on all swimming classes that you teach.
c) Be on time. Be ready for your shift, this includes in your bathing suit and guard shirt 15 minutes prior to the time that your shift starts. If you are unable to be on time or unable to be here at all, call in and inform the Aquatic Director or staff person on duty.
d) Assume the initiative. If you see something that needs to be done, do not wait for someone else to do it, do it yourself.
e) When on guard duty during Aquatic Fitness Classes, make sure to record the number of participants in the classes.
f) If you need to change your guard shift, make sure to fill out the schedule change form. Such changes should be kept to a minimum.
g) If you see or hear of something that needs further work or repair that you can’t perform, notify the Aquatic Director as soon as possible.
h) Notify the Aquatic Director or Head Lifeguard if any chemicals or other supplies need to be ordered.
a) Maintain the proper chemical balances in the swimming pool and the hot tubs.
b) Run any of the necessary procedures with the pump equipment for the swimming pool or the hot tubs(this includes vacuuming and backwashing the pool, cleaning the hot tubs, and adjusting the hot tub heaters when necessary).
c) Keep the pool area neat and clean.
d) Keep storage closets neat and organized.
e) Take trash to the dumpster when needed. This includes the trash from the pump room.
f) Make sure to spray for ants as necessary.
4) Program Responsibilities
a) Put up the life-line or lane ropes depending on what is scheduled in the pool.
b) Set up and pick up the equipment for the Aquatic Fitness Classes that take place during any guard shift that you work.
5) Staff Development
a) Attend all staff meetings.
b) Swim one mile per week.
c) Follow a program of continued study and self-development for professional growth.
6) Public Relations
a) Be pleasant with the patrons of the YMCA.
b) Interpret the objectives of the YMCA to the public.
c) Represent the Association and maintain its relationship with other community serving groups.
Effect of End Result
1) A safe and clean aquatic environment for the patrons of the Association.
2) Property and equipment are maintained at maximum efficiency and usefulness.
3) The maintenance of high moral and cooperative attitude among all staff persons, as evidenced by coordinated efforts to achieve the objectives of the Association.
Salary: $7.25-8. hourly D.O.E.
The Swim Instructor is responsible for teaching swim lessons that follow the Y Swim Lessons guidelines.
Swim Instructors must be currently certified in CPR (must include certification in adult, child, and infant CPR and obstructed airway maneuver); First Aid (must include training in victim assessment; bleeding; shock; burns; specific body injures; bites and stings; bone, joint, and muscle injuries; poisoning; cold and heat-related injures; medical emergencies and rescues – American Red Cross and National Safety Council programs meet these requirements). The Swim Instructor must be at least 15 years of age and if under 18, must have a parental consent form and must be able to pass a pre-employment skills test.
Job Segments (Key Result Areas):
- Do not allow visitors while teaching.
- Telephone calls should not be made or received unless it is an emergency.
2. ) Program Responsibilities
A. Instruct swim lessons following Y Swim Lesson guidelines.
3. ) Staff Development
A. Attend all staff meetings.
B. Swim one mile per week.
C. Follow a program of continued study and self-development for
4. ) Public Relations
A. Be pleasant with the patrons of the YMCA.
B. Interpret the objectives of the YMCA to the public.
C. Represent the Association and maintain its relationship with
other community serving groups.
Effect on End Result
- A safe and clean aquatic environment for the patrons of the Association.
- The maintenance of high moral and cooperative attitude among all staff persons as evidenced by coordinated efforts to achieve the objectives of the Association.
YOGA/Group Cycling Certified Instructor
APPLY IN PERSON. , 6760 Ninth Ave. Port Arthur
Turn in at Y Front Desk.
Salary is $12. – $14 hourly, D.O.E. & certifications.
Need to be CPR/AED certified.
Need someone that certified to teach YOGA and/or Group Cycling. This is for evening classes only.
Should have Group Fitness certification.