Recruitment is underway for more than150 seasonal positions in the City of Sacramento’s Aquatics Division.
The Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment Department is looking to fill positions for lifeguards, senior lifeguards, assistant pool managers, pool managers, aquatics specialists and cashiers for the 2023 summer season.
“Our aquatics staff support a safe and supervised swimming environment for all of Sacramento to enjoy while learning leadership and safety skills that prepare for future job or career opportunities,” said Anthony Munoz, recreation manager for the Community Enrichment Division.
Applicants must be at least 15 years old by June 1, aside from cashiers, who must be 16. All lifeguards must be American Red Cross Lifeguard/CPR-AED/First Aid certified.
For those who are not yet certified as lifeguards, they can apply for the job now and sign up for a Lifeguard Certification Class. YPCE are holding free Lifeguard Prerequisite Skills workshops in the coming months for the opportunity to earn a scholarship to cover the cost of the certification course.
Lifeguard Class Scholarships are also available for people interested in working for the City’s Aquatics Division through an online application.
The City operates 17 aquatics facilities including neighborhood pools, play pools and the North Natomas Aquatics Complex.
To apply, visit governmentjobs.com and type the desired position into the toolbar.