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  • The Morton Grove Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a variety of full-time, part-time, seasonal, internship, and volunteer opportunities.
  • We are looking for service focused team members who know the importance of community.
  • We strictly adhere to an online application process. If you are interested in applying for an opportunity, you must complete the online job application. (link below)
  • Your online application will be kept for one year after completion.
  • Due to the amount of applications that we receive, after submitting your online application, you will be sent an e-mail message confirming the successful submission of your application. You will be contacted only if we are considering you for a specific position.

The Morton Grove Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment with the Park District is governed on the basis of merit, competence and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, age, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, national origin, martial status, mental or physical disability or any other legally protected status.

 

Current Openings

Fitness/Personal Trainer

Date Posted:6/10/2022

Location: Prairie View Community Center

JobID: 498 Click here to apply

Job Description: A Personal Trainer is responsible for creating customized workouts for members/clients that meet their individual health goals in a safe manner. A Personal Trainer is responsible for creating positive and encouraging relationships with each member/client.

Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. Maintain a Personal Training Certification in ACSM or equivalent. CPR/AED and First Aid certification necessary (will train).

Immediate Supervisor: The Personal Trainer is under the direction of the Recreation Supervisor.

Essential Functions: 1. Create personalized workouts for each client that meets their individual goals.
2. Create a workout that is safe and considers the entire park districts safety standard as well as the client’s personal limitations. Complete accident/Incident reports when necessary.
3. Verify training sessions with customer service.
4. Demonstrate appropriate and safe exercises and spot client during workout. Secure a spotter if beyond trainers lifting capability.
5. Communicate with clients on their personal training schedule.

Psychological Considerations: Personal Trainer must be patient in dealing with the public.
The Personal Trainer may also have to work under stressful situations when First Aid or CPR/AED is required.

Physiological Considerations: Must have the ability to lift 45 lbs. May need to respond quickly to an emergency. Environmental Considerations: All activities are performed indoors. These environmental conditions include lighting and temperature.

Cognitive Considerations: Must possess good safety awareness and judgment.
Must be friendly and like to work with people of all ages.

$31 per hour

 

 

Information Technology Coordinator

Job ID: 497 Click here to apply

Position Type: Administration
Date Posted:5/19/2022
Location: Prairie View Community Center

Job Description Summary:
This position is responsible for the park district’s computer landscape, network, hardware, software, and communication systems. This position will assess the district’s needs and implement solutions as well as coordinate with a third-party technology expert. This position diagnoses and resolves software, hardware, and network issues while providing support for staff on desktops, laptops, printers, telephones, mobile phones, peripherals, wireless networks, and related software/hardware. This position is considered confidential and strict adherence to the Agencies policies is required.

Qualifications: The preferred individual will a have Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems or related field from an accredited college or university. Experience meeting deadlines, work prioritization and time management will be considered. Strong organizational & time-management skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks. Valid IL driver’s license required.

Immediate Supervisor:
The Information Technology Coordinator reports to the Superintendent of Finance.

Essential Functions:
Develops strategic plans identifying Information Technology applications to support business plans or create new strategic options.

  • Maintains and monitors the district’s computer networks.
  • Manage data across applications and platforms
  • Provide and update the technology 5-year strategic plan
  • Resolve hardware and software issues
  • Manage the District’s backup server information and disaster recovery procedures.
  • Update all hardware and software as required to run an efficient operation.
  • Provides support for PC and laptops and related technologies, including but not limited to telephony, printers, point-of-sales hardware and peripherals, timeclocks, tablet computing, remote access, and cloud-based services
  • Provides superior customer service/support to all employees and patrons
  • Troubleshoots all PC and Server operating systems and software
  • Follows IT policies and procedures for incident/problem escalation and acts as liaison to third-party vendors.
  • Maintain accurate records of completed and pending jobs.
  • Loads and configure software packages including imaging desktops
  • Stay current with technological trends related to the Park District environment.
  • Independently troubleshoots problems without supervision.
  • Assesses and effectively recommends to the Superintendent of Finance which technology initiatives should be outsourced to a third-party technology expert and, in conjunction with the Superintendent, engages outsourced third-party vendors.
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Psychological Considerations: Must resolve differences and problems that arise.
May feel pressure to meet certain deadlines.
Must sit for long periods of time during data input into computer and may have to carry supplies and materials.
May be required to work in climate’s that are 86 degrees or higher with high humidity.
The worker may be required to lift items 35-40 pounds in weight and respond to safety concerns quickly and accurately.

Environmental Considerations:
General office environment.

Cognitive Considerations: Must be a good communicator with strong creative abilities.
Must possess good judgment and safety awareness.

Exempt Salary Range $60,000-$65,000

Dance Instructor
Job ID: 492 Click here to apply

Job Description Summary:
Under the direction of Recreation Supervisor and Dance Coordinator.

Dance teachers are responsible for instructing students in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and other forms of dance as determined by the supervisor.
Dance teachers plan their dance program to meet students’ needs. Explain and demonstrate techniques and methods of dance, drill pupils in execution of dance steps, choreograph and direct dance performances according to style of dancing taught. Participate in the planning and execution of the annual dance recital. Qualifications: Must be at least 21 years old. Degree in Dance or Education with dance experience preferred. Experienced in dance performance required and teaching experience preferred. Ability to work independently and creatively. Pleasant and friendly personality.

Essential Functions:
1. Arrive in studio no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the start of your first class for preparation.
2. Responsible for daily set up and cleanup of studio.
3. Maintain materials and storage areas.
4. Develop lesson plans to include a balanced dance program, organize daily class time so that preparation, rehearsal and instruction can be accomplished within the allotted time.
5. Evaluate each student’s performance and technique.
6. Keep appropriate records including attendance reports, emergency forms, costume orders and other records as necessary.
7. Maintain a classroom atmosphere that is conducive to learning.
8. Meet regular and predictable attendance requirements.
9. Participate in staff meetings.
10. Maintain professional competence in dance techniques.
11. Prepare students to perform dances for the annual dance recital and summer showcase.
12. Select music and costumes for each dance performance.
13. Keep an open line of communication with the parents of students, keeping them informed as to the progress of their child.
14. Work as a team with the dance staff to achieve the overall purpose of the program.
15. Demonstrate good communication skills teaching a classroom.
16. Be able to get across information in a clear manner.
17. Submit availability for class scheduling purposes when requested.
18. Performs other related duties as assigned.
19. Fill in as a substitute for other teachers if possible.
20. Greet parents and students.
21. Fill out accident reports as needed.
22. Display a cooperative, positive attitude when working with staff and students.
23. When communicating and interacting with parents employee should focus on professional courtesies, regarding Dance Program activities and information only.
24. Maintain a knowledge of park policies, confidentiality of student and staff records and information, and loyalty to park district.
25. At no time should an instructor assistant be in a closed room alone with a child, either another child, parent or staff member should be present.
26. Do not release a child to anyone without written permission from the parents.
27. Choreograph and participate in Starbound dance competitions if assigned.

Marginal Functions:
1. Responsible for certain aspects of the annual spring dance recital as assigned.
2. Spring and summer dance recital includes but not limited to measuring students for costumes, music and costume selection, choreography, music taping, stage lighting needs, and student direction at the dress rehearsal and recital.

Physiological Considerations:
1. Ability to demonstrate technique, skills and choreography.
2. Frequently sitting and walking.
3. Occasionally balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching and reaching. Environmental

Considerations:
1. Employee general work area is indoors, in a smoke fee, open office environment with controlled temperature and fluorescent lighting. 2. Employee may be exposed to a variety of communicable diseases to include exposure to the potential of blood borne pathogens in a number of settings and areas within the Park District area.

Cognitive Considerations:
1. Employee must be able to listen, hear and speak.
2. Use of hands and fingers will regularly be required, and the ability to stand, sit and walk for extended periods of time.

Safety Consideration:
1. Worker must be able to use good safety awareness and judgment.
2. Worker must be able to participate in safety related training as required.
3. Worker must be able to follow direction from supervisor with safe and effective follow through.

$19.00 – $31.00 per hour

Maintenance Technician – Part Time
JobID: 471 Click here to apply

Position Type: Parks/Maintenance Technician

Date Posted:3/25/2022

Location: Prairie View Community Center

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing a variety of tasks to maintain the cleanliness, general appearance indoors and outdoors, and the efficient maintenance operation of the Prairie View Community Center. Occasionally the Custodian will be required to perform other tasks and repairs. The Night Maintenance Technician is a part time position, must be available 6:00pm – until 11:00pm.

Qualifications:
High School or Trade School graduate with one year of janitorial or building mechanical equipment maintenance experience. Must be self motivated with good judgment and works independently. Must possess a valid driver’s license with no license revocation or suspension within the last three years. Ability to perform strenuous and varied physical activity, including but not limited to, extensive lifting, standing, walking and climbing. A pre-placement physical is required.
Immediate Supervisor:

The Maintenance Technician is under the direct supervision of the Facility Foreman.
Essential Functions:

– Custodial tasks necessary to maintain a clean appearance both on the outside and inside of the Community Center including snow and ice removal.
– Routine maintenance which includes: cleaning, mopping, scrubbing, waxing, vacuuming, dusting and washing any and all floors, walls, windows, carpeting, washroom fixtures, tables, chairs and any other permanent or movable item or fixture located in the Center facility.
– To check the entire building, both upper and lower level, at periodic intervals during working hours for safety, security and maintenance reasons.
– Must take proper safety precautions and be aware of potential and existing hazards on the job and attempt to eliminate them.
– Positive interaction and cooperation with all Park District staff, the public and facility patrons.
– Clean all areas as instructed by Foreman and complete checklists.

– Perform additional duties as assigned
– Cleaning of second level, Administration Offices, may be necessary when requested.
– Take down set ups and clean for parties, rentals, and special events.

Psychological Considerations.
Worker works unsupervised and may need to seek out supervision when it is needed.

Physiological Considerations:
Worker is exposed to odors from cleaning supplies.

Environmental Considerations:
Worker is exposed to cold due to automatic temperature control of building during the evening and weekend hours. Worker is exposed to cold, snow and ice when assisting in snow and ice removal at the Center.

Cognitive Considerations:
Worker must be able to follow directions, both oral and written. Worker must be able to read and write. Worker must use good safety awareness and judgment and follow safety protocol.

NON-EXEMPT
Starting $15.00 per hour

Maintenance Technician

Position Type: Parks/Part Time Custodian
Date Posted:7/14/2022
Location: Prairie View Community Center

Job ID 502 Click here to apply

Job Description
The Part-Time Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing a variety of tasks to maintain the cleanliness of the Prairie View Community Center. Occasionally the Maintenance Technician will be required to perform other general maintenance tasks and repairs. Ability to lift in medium/heavy work (lifting over 75 lbs.) The Night Maintenance Technician is a part-time position and must be available from 6:00 pm until 11 pm.

Qualifications:
A high school diploma or equivalent is required. One-year minimum of previous janitorial or maintenance experience. Must be self-motivated with good judgment and the ability to work independently.

Immediate Supervisor:
The Part-Time Maintenance Technician is under the direct supervision of the Facility Foreman.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Custodial Tasks are necessary to maintain a clean appearance on the outside and inside of the Community Center, including snow and ice removal.
  • Routine maintenance includes cleaning, mopping, scrubbing, waxing, vacuuming, dusting, and washing all floors, walls, windows, carpeting, washroom fixtures, tables, chairs, and any other permanent or movable item or fixture located in the Center Facility.
  • Check the entire building, both upper and lower levels, at periodic intervals during working hours for safety, security, and maintenance reasons.
  • Must take proper safety precautions, be aware of potential and existing hazards on the job and attempt to eliminate them.
  • Positive interaction and cooperation with all Park District staff, which includes the public and facility patrons
  • Clean all areas as instructed by Foreman and complete checklists
  • Perform additional duties as assigned
  • Cleaning of the second level, Administration Offices, may be necessary when requested.
  • Take down set-ups and clean for parties, rentals, and special events.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

 

Psychological Considerations.
Worker works unsupervised and may need to seek out supervision when it is needed.

Physiological Considerations:
Worker is exposed to odors from cleaning supplies.

Environmental Considerations:
Worker is exposed to cold due to automatic temperature control of building during the evening and weekend hours. Worker is exposed to cold, snow and ice when assisting in snow and ice removal at the Center.

Cognitive Considerations:
Worker must be able to follow directions, both oral and written. Worker must be able to read and write. Worker must use good safety awareness and judgment and follow safety protocol.

 

$15.00- $18.00 Per Hour

BASE Site Supervisor
Job ID 499 Click here to apply

Position Type: Recreation After school Care Team Members

Date Posted: 6/30/2022

Location:  Hynes School

The Base Site Supervisor is responsible for maintaining the daily operation of the program site.
Qualifications:
At least 21 years of age with a High School diploma or equivalent. CPR/AED and First Aid
certifications are required (will train). Experience in afterschool childcare programming
preferred. Skills needed include supervision, lesson planning, record keeping, and
communication.
Immediate Supervisor:
The BASE Site Supervisor reports to the Recreation Supervisor.
Essential Functions:
1. Supervise all staff on site.
2. Assist in the scheduling, organizing, and implementing of daily activities at the assigned
afterschool site.
3. Participates in and leads activities as needed.
4. Organize and lead monthly staff meetings.
5. Build and maintain staff morale.
6. Assist in handling discipline problems as they arise.
7. Maintain communication with staff, children, parents, and school administrators.
8. Responsible for inventory of equipment.
9. Monitor/inspect the site to ensure participants’ safety.
10. Perform all job tasks within the rules and guidelines of the district’s safety program.
Using good safety awareness and judgment.
Psychological Considerations:
The BASE Site Supervisor may need to resolve differences and problems with staff, parents,
children, and school teaching staff. This position is responsible for an organized and safe
program. This position may work under stressful situations when CPR or First Aid is necessary.
Physiological Considerations:
Must have the ability to lift 40 pounds.
Environmental Considerations:
Activities are performed both indoors and outdoors. Conditions can include but are not limited
to weather conditions and building maintenance and/or construction.

Camp Counselor
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Job Description
The Camp Counselor is responsible for the supervision and safety of campers.

Qualifications: At least 16 years of age and should possess skills in supervision, organization and initiating recreation activities with children. Previous experience working with children preferred. Enthusiastic, energetic and patient individuals needed.

Immediate Supervisor: The Camp Counselor is responsible to the Head Counselor.

Essential Functions:

  1. Plan, direct and supervise activities for campers.
  2. Supervise capers in camp-wide activities providing for their safety and well-being.

Campers should never be left alone.

  1. Enforce all camp regulations and promote the camp’s philosophy.
  2. Maintain campsite in a well-groomed manner.
  3. Assist in all camp-related activities including swimming.
  4. Participate in weekly planning staff meeting.
  5. Prepare daily plans and evaluations as requested.
  6. Give guidance and direction to junior counselors.
  7. Use all camp equipment and property in a proper manner.
  8. Administer first aid to one’s capabilities.
  9. Follow all camp procedures and regulations.
  10. Complete all other duties as assigned.
  11. Implement/lead new and creative activities.
  12. Conduct oneself as a leader and role model for campers.
  1. As well as plan the activities for campers participate in activities with them throughout the entire day.
  2. To establish a positive relationship with the head counselor regarding curriculum, reports, trips ect.
  3. Serve in a professional and courteous manner with the highest regard to customer.
  4. Keep all equipment and supplies in good working condition and also in a neat and orderly fashion.

Psychological Considerations:

  1. The Camp Counselor may need to resolve differences and problems that arise with campers.
  2. May also have to work under stressful situations when First Aid or CPR is required.
  3. Must have the ability to lift 40 pounds.

Environmental Considerations:

  1. Most activities are performed outdoors. These environmental conditions include weather

conditions such as extreme heat, humidity and sun exposure.

  1. May be required to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds when setting up for certain programs or

activities.

  1. Protective clothing is not required unless a specific project or task requires appropriate safety

measures such as hearing or eye protection, use of respirators and other protective items as

needed.

Cognitive Considerations:

  1. Must possess good safety awareness and judgment.
  2. Must be friendly and like to work with people of all ages.
  3. Employee must be able to listen, hear and speak.
  4. Use of hands and fingers will regularly be required, and the ability to stand, sit and walk for

extended periods of time.

  1. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception and

the ability to adjust and focus.

Safety Responsibilities

  1. Analyze the environment for safety hazards and eliminate them before accidents happen.
  2. Notify Head Counselor immediately of any hazards that need to be fixed and when the first

aid supplies are needed.

  1. Use camp equipment in a safe and proper manner.
  2. Complete Accident Reports when needed and give to the Head Counselor. Make sure a Band

Aid Report is filled out whenever a band aid is given out.

  1. Administer first aid to one’s capabilities.
  2. Watch for unauthorized persons loitering or taking pictures around camp sites/parks.
  3. Perform all job tasks within the rules and guidelines of the District’s safety program.
  4. Follow “Communicable Disease Guidelines” when preparing food. (See Communicable

Disease Guideline Policy.

$14.00 per hour DOE

 

Pool Manager
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Job Description
The manager on duty is responsible for the daily operations of the pool and has full authority to enforce its rules set by the Park District, the State of Illinois, and the Village of Morton Grove. This is a seasonal position.

Qualifications:
High School diploma required. Must have prior experience as a lifeguard. Three years preferred. An Ellis & Associates lifeguard license which includes CPR, First Aid, and AED certification, is required; however, we will provide training and a license if needed. Must pass an eye examination provided by the Agency.

Immediate Supervisor:
The Pool Manager reports to the Recreation Supervisor in charge of Aquatics.

Essential Functions:

  1. Supervise and evaluate employees, schedule working hours and oversee opening/closing procedures.
  2. Must be familiar with all operations and positions.
  3. Arrives 30 minutes before the start of shift to prepare for pool entrance.
  4. Make daily bank deposits.
  5. Testing of pool water hourly- no one should enter the water before testing. Must be knowledgeable about essential pool operation, including filter system, chemical readings, and necessary adjustments.
  6. Facility management: including maintenance, cleaning, equipment repair and security.
  7. Always provide exceptional customer service to patrons and guests, maintaining excellent public relations. Keep administration informed of all problems or related subjects (pool closing). Pool hours vary daily.
  8. Supervise special programs; swim meets, special events, pool rentals, swim lessons, and staff in-services.
  9. Maintain inventory by ordering supplies, when necessary, through the supervisor.
  10. Know rules and enforce them tactfully. Be available to staff and assist as necessary.
  11. Maintain accurate pool records, including attendance, in-service training, rental requests, payroll, licenses, weather readings, and chemical logs.
  12. Work with guards, concessions, cashiers, and instructors when necessary (busy, absent, breaks, etc.) to resolve any conflicts that may arise.
  13. Perform additional duties as assigned.

Psychological Considerations:

The Pool Manager may need to resolve differences and problems with patrons and is responsible for the safe and well-organized operation. They may also work under stressful conditions when rescue attempts are made.

Physiological Considerations:

Must have the ability to lift 45 lbs. May need to respond quickly to an emergency.

Environmental Considerations:

All activities are performed outside; environmental conditions may include high temperatures, high humidity, and sun exposure.

Cognitive Considerations:

Must possess good safety awareness and judgment. Must be friendly and like to work with people of all ages.

$18.00 Per Hour

Lifeguard
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Job Description
The Lifeguard provides a safe aquatic experience through rule enforcement, accident prevention, and competency in lifesaving skills. This is a seasonal, part-time, non-exempt position.

 

Qualifications:
Must be at least 16 years of age. This position requires an Ellis Lifeguard & Associates license, which includes CPR, First Aid, and AED training. (We will provide training and license) Prior lifeguarding experience is preferred, not mandatory. Must pass an eye examination provided by the Agency.

 

Immediate Supervisor:
The Lifeguard directly reports to the Recreation Supervisor & Pool Manager.

 

Essential Functions:

  1.  Arrive and punch in 15 minutes before the start of the shift to set up pools, including but not limited to; setting out rescue equipment, putting up umbrellas, ensuring bathrooms and locker rooms are clean and open, installing lane lines, and bringing out swim lesson equipment.
  2.  Must wear staff shirt, swimsuit, and whistle while on duty. Jewelry and watches are not to be worn while on duty.
  3.  Guard your zone with 10/20 scanning and enforce rules responsibly, NEVER leaving your assigned post until you are appropriately relieved, or the area is closed and clear of patrons. Posts are on rotations; you will receive a break at least every 2 hours.
  4.  Provide exceptional customer service to patrons and guests at all times.
  5.  Return to the rotation on time and efficiently after the break.
  6.  Perform assigned closing duties, including but not limited to, putting equipment away, cleaning the bathrooms and locker rooms, and closing umbrellas.
  7.  Instruct a minimum of one session of swimming lessons (LTS).
  8.  Complete accident and rescue reports thoroughly.
  9.  Attend a minimum of 4 hours of in-service (six hours for new guards) training per month.
  10. Resolve problems with patrons before they get more serious.
  11. Perform the job safely and in compliance with the district policies, procedures, work and safety rules, and the employee handbook.
  12. Support the District’s safety initiative, including adhering to policies and procedures, safely performing your job, attending required training, seeking additional training as needed, promptly reporting accidents/incidents, and proactively addressing hazards in the workplace.
  13.  Perform additional duties as assigned.

 

Psychological Considerations:
Lifeguards may need to resolve differences and problems that arise with patrons. The Lifeguard, together with the Pool Manager/Asst. The manager and Head Guard are responsible for the safe and well-organized operation. They may have to work under stressful conditions when rescues are made.

 

 

Physiological Considerations:

Must have the ability to lift 45 lbs. May need to respond quickly to an emergency.

 

Environmental Considerations:

All activities are performed outside. These conditions include possible high temperatures, humidity, and exposure to sunlight for extended periods.

 

Cognitive Considerations:

Must possess good safety awareness and judgment. Must be friendly and like to work with people of all ages.

Starting $16.00 Per Hour

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Location

Morton Grove, Illinois


Department

25


Employment Type

Seasonal


Minimum Experience

Entry-level


Compensation

16


 

Head Guard
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Job Description
The Head Lifeguard is responsible for the safe and successful operation and assists the pool manager and assistant manager with the overall operation of the pool facility.

 

Qualifications:
Minimum age of 17. Prior experience as a lifeguard is required, two years preferred. An Ellis & Associates Lifeguard license which includes CPR, First Aid, and AED certification is required; however, we will provide training and license if needed. Must pass eye examination that is provided through the Park District.

 

Immediate Supervisor:
The Head Lifeguard is under the direction of the Pool Manager and the Recreation Supervisor in charge of Aquatics.

 

Essential Functions:

  1. Perform all Lifeguards’ job duties, as outlined in the lifeguard’s job description when scheduled as a Lifeguard.
  2. Perform as Pool Manager’s job duties, as outlined in the Pool Manager’s job description, when scheduled as a Pool Manager.
  3. Assist with staff in-service training.
  4. Assist with special programs, swim meets, special events, and pool rentals.
  5. Always provide exceptional customer service to patrons and guests.
  6. Supervise, organize, motivate, assist with hiring, schedule and evaluate the staff
  7. Ensure that safety standards, sanitary requirements and regulations are enforced
  8. Inventory equipment and supplies
  9. Enforce water safety rules and regulations
  10. Perform rescues
  11. Perform first aid and resuscitation
  12. Act as a liaison between the public, staff, and office personnel
  13. Supervise routine maintenance
  14. Notify supervisors of disturbances, emergencies, and staff performance problems
  15. Open and close swimming facilities
  16. Assist in the planning, organization, set up and tear down of accommodations for special events and facility rentals and
  17. Assist supervisors as requested
  18. Perform additional duties as assigned.

 

 

Psychological Consideration:
The head guard may need to resolve differences and problems that arise with patrons. The Pool Manager/Assistant Manager and Head Guard are responsible for safe and well-organized operation. May also have to work under stressful conditions when rescue attempts are made.

 

Cognitive Considerations:
Must possess good safety awareness and judgment.  Must be friendly and like to work with people of all ages. May also have to work under stressful conditions when rescue attempts are made. Hours vary daily.

 

Physiological Considerations:
Must have the ability to lift 45 lbs.  May need to respond quickly to an emergency.

 

Environmental Considerations:
All activities are performed outside.  These environmental conditions include possible high temperatures, humidity, and exposure to sunlight.

 

 

 

$17.00 Per Hour

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Employment Type

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Minimum Experience

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Compensation

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