City Of Louisville, KY Louisville , KY 40202

Posted 2 months ago



Oversees swimming pools to ensure a safe and sanitary environment

Examples of Duties


Monitors activities in swimming areas to detect hazards and disturbances, to prevent accidents and to provide assistance

Cautions swimmers regarding inclement weather, unsafe areas or illegal conduct

Rescues swimmers in danger of drowning

Examines injured persons, administers first aid, monitors vital signs, applies antiseptics and bandages, and administers artificial respiration to revive individuals

Maintains order and enforces rules

Mops, cleans, and removes trash from restroom and pool area

Tests water hourly and records results on pool log sheets to determine chlorine content and pH value

Performs related work

Minimum Requirements


Must be certified as a Lifeguard, First Aid, and Adult, Child and Infant CPR by the American Red Cross, American Heart Association, or YMCA

Must submit to pre-employment and random drug screenings.


Meets regular and punctual attendance standards and any special needs of the position as determined by management, including mandatory overtime and performing related work

Observes swimmers for safety.

Work areas require lifeguards to be seated in a lifeguard chair, with rescue tube in their laps, a whistle in their hand or around their neck at all times.

Uniforms must be worn when reporting to work.

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