The following pool jobs are available.

Read descriptions below and click here for application.

Pool Manager Trainee:

Pool Monitor responsibilities, see description below, and:

Work shifts as a Pool Monitor to remain conscious of issues around the pool, with employees, and residents.

Interview and hire new employees.

Train and mentor new hires and continuation training of existing employees.

Ensure that pool area is being maintained and that employees are performing well.

Coordinate with employee’s time off requests and make schedules for the season.

Create or update pool and website documentation:  Policies, equipment, registration, budgets, etc. Working with the Board, Office Manager, and CMA, Community Management Associates, when needed.

Prepare the pool for a new season.  Clean, paint, purchase, repair.  If necessary, finding a professional for a bigger job and working with the Board, Office Manager, and CMA when needed.

Ensure that the employees have what they need to do the job.

Be prepared to act in case of any type of escalation or emergency.

Document all escalation incidents.

Handle most of the general maintenance of the pool and pool area.  If necessary, finding a professional for a bigger job and working with the Board, Office Manager, and CMA when needed.

Greet and register pool members from 4 neighborhoods consisting of approximately 615 households.  Alleviating issues when they arise.

Enforce pool rules and ensure the safety of pool members, guests, and employees.  Keeping people happy.

Purchase, organize, and selling of food and drink items.

Monitor and maintain chemical levels and cleanliness of 100,500-gallon pool as well as a 2700-gallon pool.  Purchasing appropriate chemicals for the job.

Maintain pool during the winter season to provide an easy start of pool opening in the spring.

Coordinate with the Office Manager for the pool card online registration and work with employees to make and distribute the pool cards to eligible homeowners.

Pool Monitor: This position is full.

Each Pool Monitor has a duty of care to customers, to other staff, and to themselves.  Must be detail oriented, honest, and friendly.

Monitors are responsible for the following during any given shift:

Carefully following instructions, registering new members, making sure the members are aware of the rules, and issuing pool cards.

Validating id’s, checking in members, and taking guest fees.

Being very familiar with and enforcing the pool rules!  This is to ensure that the pool is family friendly and safe.

Be able to follow emergency/safety procedures for pools, weather, and people.  Document any escalation incidents.

Keeping all areas of the pool clean, including but not limited to the office, bathrooms, pool deck, tables, chairs, pumphouse, hall, and pools.

Must do chemical checks on 2 pools during each shift and fix chemical levels if necessary.

Opening and closing duties including vacuuming the pools, scrubbing tiles, floors, and toilets, closing out cash drawer, and calculating totals.

Stocking and selling snacks and drinks.

Be weather aware.

Physical Requirements

  • Must be able to swim.
  • Capable of working extended hours, to include evenings, weekends, and holidays as necessary.
  • Able to see well enough to read faint or partially obscured writing or printing, with corrective lenses if necessary.
  • Must be able to speak English in a clear and understandable voice so that various types of communications may be conducted with people of various levels of education and capabilities.
  • Position involves sitting, standing, stooping, kneeling, pushing, shoving, lifting, carrying, and moving objects that can weigh up to 50 lbs. This movement can occur throughout the day.
  • This position will require working outdoors with variable climate, temperatures, and lighting.
  • Must be able to interact with all types of individuals, be mentally alert, detail oriented, and with good reasoning skills.

 Due to liability and insurance, employees are preferred to be at least 18 years old.