AQUATICS LIFEGUARD - Temporary Employment
Seattle Parks and Recreation is currently recruiting for Temporary Lifeguards for Rainier Beach Pool as well as the other seven indoor pools in Seattle. Current Red Cross Lifeguard certification is required. Candidates must be at least 16 years old to apply.
Part time work hours are available. Position wage starts at $15.93/hr.
For Rainier Beach Pool, e-mail resume/cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (206) 684-7052.
For any of the eight indoor pools operated by Seattle Parks and Recreation, e-mail resume/cover letter to email@example.com or contact the pool in your area.
For more information go to http://www.seattle.gov/Parks/aquatics/employment.htm
Summer Recreation Employment
Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Associated Recreation
Council (ARC) and 37 citywide advisory councils, will be accepting applications
for various Summer programs in Spring and Summer 2014. Temporary positions are available at approximately
24 community centers, eight indoor swimming pools, two outdoor pools,
two small craft centers, and many public beaches and wading pools.
» Summer Recreation
JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH
STEP - Job Readiness Program for Teens
The Student-Teen Employment Preparation (STEP) program is a job readiness
program designed to provide youth with education, job skills and career
development training in the field of park resource management.
Youth Engaged in Service (YES)
The Youth Engaged in Service (YES) Program is a volunteering program
for Seattle based youth between the ages of 13 and 18. Participants
will volunteer throughout the summer and will receive either community
service hours for school credit or a stipend as recognition of their
BE A LIFEGUARD FOR SEATTLE PARKS
Requirements, pay scale, and contact information for aquatics employment
can be found on the Aquatics
Employment & Training page.
APPLY ONLINE FOR CITY JOBS
Current Seattle Parks employment opportunities are posted with all
other current city openings at http://www.seattle.gov/personnel/employment/.
ASSOCIATED RECREATION COUNCIL JOBS
The Associated Recreation Council (ARC), an independent, not-for-profit
corporation, hires or contracts with many of the people who work at
Seattle Parks & Recreation parks and facilities. To find out more
about ARC positions or apply, visit www.arcseattle.org/employment.