SBC Regional Parks Accepting Applications for 2019 Summer Swim Pool Employees

By on February 10, 2019
Business Incubator Center Accepting Applications

If you’re looking for summer employment, love being outdoors and have an interest in protecting the well-being of others, the San Bernardino County (SBC) Regional Parks may have a position for you this summer. The Regional Parks will be hosting a one-day hiring event on March 2 for positions as lifeguards and pool managers.

The department is looking to hire pool managers, senior lifeguards, returning lifeguards and new lifeguards for its four swim complexes within the county including the complex at the Yucaipa Regional Park. The swim season runs from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Swim lagoons, water slides, sandy beaches, and shady lawns are the perfect combination for fun and relaxation.

The following positions, salary specifics and qualifications for the SBC Regional Parks 2018 Summer Swim Season include:

Pool Manager – $ 17.00 hourly (Two at each site)

Qualifications:

  • 21 years of age or older
  • 5 years of lifeguard experience
  • 1-2 years of supervisory experience

Senior Lifeguard – $ 14.00 hourly (Two at each site)

Qualifications:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • 3 years of lifeguard experience

Returning Lifeguard – $ 13.00 hourly

Qualifications:

  • 16 years of age or older
  • 1 or more years lifeguard experience with Regional Parks

New Lifeguard – $ 12.50 hourly

Qualifications:

  • 16 Years of age or older

All applicants are required to have C.P.R. and First Aid certifications prior to the first day of employment.  Lifeguards will be required to show proof of current Lifeguard Certifications, valid through September 2019.

The one-day hiring event is by invitation only. On-line applications completed before Feb. 22 are eligible for the hiring event if, after review by the county, an invitation to the event is sent to the applicant. No uninvited walk-in candidates will be interviewed. Applicants who complete the online application and receive an invitation t o the hiring event will be provided information as to the location, time, etc. for the one-day hiring event. Potential same day job offers could be made at the hiring event. If you are unable to attend the event, applications will be accepted online continuously through April.

SBC Regional Parks will be offering lifeguard certification training in March. Candidates who are selected at the hiring event, will be able to obtain certifications paid for by the department. All requirements must be met before the first day of work.

Preferred work location is not guaranteed and will be decided by park staffing needs. Bilingual abilities strongly desired. For more information about the available jobs, the one-day hiring event and the online application, go to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanbernardino.