Now that spring has sprung and swim season is upon us, the City of Richmond is readying for swimmers by hiring a part-time lifeguard, senior lifeguard and an aquatic instructor to work at its aquatic facilities.
To be eligible for the lifeguard position, applicants must be at least 15 years old, must have earned or be working toward a high school diploma or GED and possess a current lifeguard training certification from the American Red Cross, YMCA or equivalent. The pay range for lifeguards is $16.16-$16.97-$17.83-$18.71 per hour.
For the senior lifeguard position, applicants should possess one year of college/university work in recreation, physical education or related field as well as two years of lifeguard experience, or the equivalent combination of training and experience. Aside from lifeguard training experience, the position requires American Red Cross head lifeguard certification or equivalent (with expiration dates) and ¾ current First Aid and CPR for public safety personnel in accordance with Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations. The salary range for a senior lifeguard is $16.16-$16.97-$17.83-$18.71-$19.64 per hour.
Applicants for the role of aquatic instructor should be at least 16 years old and be working toward earning a high school diploma or GED. Applicants should also possess one year of experience at teaching or assisting with instruction in aquatic activities; ¾ current aquatic instructor certification, American Red Cross water safety instructor, YMCA instructor or equivalent (with expiration dates); and ¾ current First Aid and CPR certificates (with expiration dates) for public safety personnel in accordance with Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations. The salary range for this position is $16.16-$16.97 per hour.
For more info about the positions, or to apply, click here.