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Lifeguards
Front Desk Worker

Lifeguards

Lifeguards report directly to the Pool Supervisor and/or Members of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors reserves the right to dismiss a lifeguard at any point during the season.

Lifeguards must be at least 15 years of age. In addition, they must have the following certifications before their first day of work: Lifeguard Training, CPR, and First Aid. If you are 15 years of age you are required to have a work permit.  As a lifeguard, you will be expected to:

  • Promote safety for all members and guards at all times.
  • Read and follow the Dunn Loring Swim Club Employee Handbook;
  • Follow directions of the Manager-on-Duty;
  • Be on time for your scheduled shift;
  • Enforce and follow all pool rules;
  • Administer CPR and/or First Aid as necessary;  Perform and support rescue from water as needed;
  • Teach swim lessons, as required in the Employee Handbook;
  • When not in the lifeguard stand, keep pools and club facilities clean and assist all tasks required to ensure that our pool is a safe and family oriented environment;
  • Help to supervise the set-up and take-down of the pool for swim/dive meets and social events;
  • Attend in-service training classes, as required, by Dunn Loring Swim Club;
  • Report any issues to both the Manager-on-Duty and the Pool Supervisor;
  • Interact with all members and lifeguards in a professional and courteous manner;
  • Agree to drug testing if requested;
  • Work at the snack bar as directed;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Full time lifeguards are required  to work no less than 32 Hours per week.  Part time lifeguards are required  to work between 15 and 32 hours per week.  ONLY full time lifeguards who work their required hours each week will be permitted to teach private swim lessons and only when they are not on duty.

All employees who do not leave the area for college are expected to work until Labor Day Monday.  We understand that high school sports and school begin prior to Labor Day, however the pool must be staffed and all employees are expected to honor the contract to work through Labor Day Monday.

We welcome qualified swim team and dive team coaches to apply as substitute lifeguards. There is a good possibility that part time/full time hours can be offered in August to substitute lifeguards.

As a lifeguard at Dunn Loring Swim Club, you are required to wear the approved Dunn Loring Swim Club lifeguard suit at all times while on duty. If wearing a t-shirt while on duty, it must be the DLSC Lifeguard shirt.  A lifeguard whistle will be provided for you, which must be worn while in the lifeguard stand.

Front Desk Worker

  • Verify membership using photos on Gate Control System
  • Collect fees for all guests
  • Secure cash box
  • Answer any incoming calls
  • Make loudspeaker announcements, as necessary
  • Enforce all rules for admission, including sign-in requirements for all members
  • Treat all members, staff and guests with courtesy and a helpful attitude
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Snack Bar Supervisor (POSITION FILLED)

Application Deadline: March 28, 2022

Set the example for “ALL” workers to follow by conducting yourself in the following manner;

  • Adhere to and follow all DLSC rules and regulations
  • Read and follow the Dunn Loring Swim Club Employee Handbook
  • Read, follow, and enforce the Dunn Loring Swim Club Code of Conduct
  • Agree to drug testing if requested
  • Be attentive to and follow the direction of the DLSC Management personnel
  • Be punctual and ready to start work in accordance with assigned work-shifts
  • Maintain a clean and neat appearance and proper attire
  • Note: Proper attire is most any clothing but, No Swimsuits or changing inside the Snack bar
  • Be polite and friendly at “ALL Times” to “ALL” co-workers and customers of the Snack Bar, including “ALL” DLSC members and guests of the Swim Club itself.
  • Use good judgment in training and supervising staff and always be encouraging and helpful towards others
  • Ensure the Snack Bar is clean and organized at all times (including refrigeration/freezer units, counter tops, floor area, microwaves and other equipment, and the back storage area counters, sinks and floor)
  • During slow periods wipe down picnic tables and pickup any spills and trash items around the outside areas of the Snack Bar and picnic table area
  • Continually check to ensure “ALL FREEZERS and REFRIGERATION UNITS” are working properly and doors are fully and securely shut at all times.
  • Prepare weekly schedule for snack bar workers and obtain Pool Supervisor’s approval prior to posting.
  • Work with the Pool Supervisor to compile performance reviews for snack bar workers; review these evaluations with snack bar workers.
  • Assist with Inventory counting and storing needs
  • Review “Management Notebook (Log)” at the start of each shift and be sure to record necessary communications such as; Injuries/Accidents-Weather Conditions-Out of Stock Items-Equipment Problems- Workers NOT showing up or are late more than 10 minutes-Spoiled or Damaged Food Items, and any other information you feel needs to be communicated.
  • Always use good cash handling procedures (never leave cash laying out on counters or leave cash draw open when not in use)
  • Always “Count the Cash Draw” at both the “Beginning and End” of your work-shift
  • Be sure to leave the proper “Starting Cash Bank = $150.00” in the “Cash Draw” at the end of your shift
  • The “Remaining Cash in Excess of the $150.00 Starting Bank should be placed in an envelope, the envelop should note the “Date”, “Work-shift Time”, “Dollar Amount of Cash inside” and “Worker’s name”.
  • Completed Cash Envelopes are to be stored in the “Cash Box” underneath the counter for Management
  • Keep microwave ovens clean both inside and out – Note: Be careful handling “Popcorn” butter has leaked at times and it is HOT – Serve on Paper Plate to younger children
  • “Pennies” received from “Sunday Penny Dive” are to be placed in the “Penny Can” on shelf above register for Management to collect. (Note: During slow times please “Roll-up Pennies – 50 in each Penny Roll)
  • “DLSC Coupons” received from customers are to be placed in the “Coupon Can” on shelf above register for Management to collect
  • Break all boxes down and place in box on cart. Take all trash and boxes to dumpsters/recycle bins in parking lot at end of your work-shift. NOTE: Card board boxes should be put in Green Containers “Recyclables”, all other trash place in dumpster

“Emergency Situations, especially any accidents/falls with workers or customers, are to be reported immediately to the Pool Supervisor. If the Pool Supervisor is not available, then notify the Pool Manager on Duty or get help from any lifeguard or “Adult” on the pool deck. Lastly, record the situation in the Manager’s Notebook.

All employees who do not leave the area for college are expected to work until Labor Day Monday.  We understand that high school sports and school begin prior to Labor Day, however the pool must be staffed and all employees are expected to honor the contract to work through Labor Day Monday.

Snack Bar Worker (POSITION FILLED)

Application Deadline March 28, 2022
Minimum age: 14

  • Adhere to and follow all DLSC rules and regulations
  • Read and follow the Dunn Loring Swim Club Employee Handbook
  • Read, follow, and enforce the Dunn Loring Swim Club Code of Conduct
  • Agree to drug testing if requested
  • Provide all necessary employment forms
  • Be attentive to and follow the direction of the DLSC Management and Snack Bar Supervisor personnel
  • Be punctual and ready to start work in accordance with assigned work-shifts
  • Maintain a clean and neat appearance and proper attire. Note: Proper attire is most any clothing but, No Swimsuits or changing inside the Snack bar
  • Be polite and friendly at “ALL Times” to “ALL” co-workers and customers of the Snack Bar, including “ALL” DLSC members and guests of the Swim Club itself.
  • Ensure the Snack Bar is clean and organized at all times (including refrigeration/freezer units, counter tops, floor area, microwaves and other equipment, and the back storage area counters, sinks and floor)
  • During slow periods wipe down picnic tables and pickup any spills and trash items around the outside areas of the Snack Bar and picnic table area
  • Continually check to ensure “ALL FREEZERS and REFRIGERATION UNITS” are working properly and doors are fully and securely shut
  • Keep microwave ovens clean both inside and out. Note: Be careful handling “Popcorn” butter has leaked at times and it is HOT – Serve on Paper Plate to younger children
  • “Pennies” received from “Sunday Penny Dive” are to be placed in the “Penny Can” on shelf above register for Management to collect. (Note: During slow times please “Roll-up Pennies – 50 in each Penny Roll)
  • “DLSC Coupons” received from customers are to be placed in the “Coupon Can” on shelf above register for Management to collect
  • Break all boxes down and place in box on cart. Take all trash and boxes to dumpsters/recycle bins in parking lot at end of your work-shift NOTE: Card board boxes should be put in Green Containers “Recyclables”, all other trash place in dumpster
  • Always use good cash handling procedures (never leave cash laying out on counters or leave cash draw open when not in use)
  • Always “Count the Cash Draw” at both the “Beginning and End” of your work-shift
  • Be sure to leave the proper “Starting Cash Bank = $150.00” in the “Cash Draw” at the end of your shift
  • The “Remaining Cash in Excess of the $150.00 Starting Bank should be placed in an envelope, the envelop should note the “Date”, “Work-shift Time”, “Dollar Amount of Cash inside” and “Worker’s name”.
  • Completed Cash Envelopes are to be stored in the “Cash Box” underneath the counter for Management

Emergency Situations, especially any accidents/falls with workers or customers, are to be reported immediately to the Pool Supervisor. If the Pool Supervisor is not available, then notify the Pool Manager on Duty or get help from any lifeguard or “Adult” on the pool deck. Lastly, record the situation in the Manager’s Notebook.

All employees who do not leave the area for college are expected to work until Labor Day Monday. We understand that high school sports and school begin prior to Labor Day, however the pool must be staffed and all employees are expected to honor the contract to work through Labor Day Monday.

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