The City of Leawood, Kansas will be accepting applications for an Assistant Pool Manager until February 25, 2022.
The Assistant Pool Manager assists in overseeing the daily operations of the Leawood Aquatic Center. May take on duties of Pool Manager in his/her absence.
Essential Functions / Responsibilities
- Assists with overseeing the operation of the aquatic center on a day-to-day basis including but not limited to preparing the pool for opening and closing, setting up equipment, cash operations, concessions, repairs, water chemistry and ordering of supplies.
- Assists in the coordination of pool use with swim/dive team and day camp programs.
- Assists Pool Manager with the supervision and evaluation of aquatics seasonal employees including but not limited to preparing work schedules, entering the correct job code & approving electronic time sheets, and issuing and distributing staff uniforms.
- Assists Pool Manager in preparation of reports on daily attendance, weather conditions, injuries and patron comments.
- Assists with depositing concession, recreation and pool receipts each night after verifying deposit reports and keeps accurate records of all pool and concession receipts. Responsible for balancing cash drawers on a daily basis.
- Assists with checks of pool emergency systems and coordination of emergency drills.
- Maintains proper water chemistry through monitoring automated equipment, checking chemical readings according to the designated schedule, refilling chemical feeders, and manually adding chemicals as needed.
- Assists in performing minor housekeeping tasks including but not limited to unclogging toilets, sinks, maintenance on chemical feeder in pool area and prepares maintenance work orders for major repairs in a timely manner. Keeps Aquatics & Special Events Supervisor apprised of maintenance issues and items in need of fixing.
- Responsible for monitoring operations at the concession stand.
- Wears approved attire at all times.
- Reports to scheduled work shifts on time.
- Attends required meeting and training sessions.
- Employee may be asked by the supervisor or acting supervisor to perform other duties that are not listed but are essential to the job.
Minimum Qualifications / Requirements
- Ability to work independently, as part of a team, and with the public.
- Ability to use safe work practices while on the job.
- Ability to protect and maintain confidentiality of information.
- Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines with effective results.
- Ability to read, write, and understand the English language with proper spelling and grammar to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
- Ability to make decisions in the best interest of both the patron and the city.
- Ability to work under pressure and maintain steady communication.
- Ability to make rational decisions efficiently during variable and sometime stressful conditions, including the ability to calmly interact with the public and other City personnel.
- Ability to respond to emergencies, changes and directives effectively.
- Standard office procedures, systems, and practices including the use of a computer and computer software.
- Ability to work non-traditional hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays.
- Must have adequate environmental tolerance, including the ability to work in high temperatures and confining work spaces.
Education, Training, and Certification Requirements
- Must be 18 years of age or older.
- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent education.
- Must have a minimum of one (1) year of experience working at a pool or aquatic center plus one (1) year of supervisory experience
- Must currently hold or be able to obtain a CPR Certificate and First Aid Certificate.