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Thank you for your interest! We are currently no longer accepting applications for summer of 2024.  Please visit us again next year.

Lifeguards provide supervision, respond to emergency situations and enforce pool rules

to ensure that members and guests enjoy a safe and fun environment. During the

summer season, this position may be assigned up to a 30-hour work week, include

evenings and weekends.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Lifeguard I (salary: $21.00 per hour + Spot Bonuses)

● Supervise and ensure safety at all times

● Assist swimmers who are in distress and administer first aid and emergency care

as necessary

● Professionally convey and educate members and guests on pool rules and


● Enforce pool rules, regulations and orderly conduct by members and guests

● Maintain pool and surrounding areas in a safe and clean condition.

● Respond to questions and inquiries about pool policies

● Assist senior staff and supervisors as needed

● Assist with cleaning and routine maintenance of the facility, including bathrooms,

guard office, and pool surfaces

● Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor by wearing appropriate

uniform or attire for the position and exhibiting respect and enthusiasm

● Maintaining daily records and reports

Head & Senior Lifeguard (salary: $23.50 per hour + Spot Bonuses)

● All Lifeguard 1 duties, with the addition of:

● Schedule shifts and shift changes

● Act as a Team Leader

● Provide shift cover in the event of a no show



● Swim and tread water

● Sit and/or stand for extended periods of time

● Work outdoors in varying weather conditions and with exposure to pool


● Perform rescues involving the exertion of up to 100 pounds of force to move

objects and retrieval of heavy items from 14’ of depth



● Current American Red Cross certifications or the equivalent Lifeguard Training

and First Aid, CPR/AED for Lifeguards

● Negative TB certificate dated within the past two years

● Lifeguard1 must be at least 15 years old by April 1, 2024

● Head Lifeguard must be at least 16 years old by April 1, 2024 and,

○ Have at least three years of experience as a certified lifeguard or two

years of experience and possession of an instructor level certification

○ Possession of Water Safety Instructor, Lifeguard Instructor or other

continuing education


*Lifguard Training is current being offered by the City of San Ramon, in partnership with

the American Red Cross. Session available starting as soon as Feb, for more

information please visit the City of SR Recreation page.


Glenview Swim Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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