Assistant Pool Manager
Leawood Aquatic Center, Leawood, KS, US
$13.0000 To $13.0000 Hourly
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.