Duties: Pool cleaning, vacuuming, brushing and skimming.
Operates repairs, maintains and cleans mechanical equipment for pool operation including water filtration and chemical purification systems, with the ability to service and calibrate erosion feeders and liquid bleach/acid pumps and probes along with secondary sanitation systems such as UV light on four pools and splash pads. Operate, repair, maintain and clean equipment for all splash pad. Assist in determining and implementing preventive maintenance programs for pool and splash pad operation.
Ensures pool equipment meets codes specifications. Conduct walk-through inspections of pool and splash pad facilities and takes necessary corrective action. Regulates water levels; tests water chemistry and maintains chemically balanced water chemistry per state codes.
Documents and maintains records per code requirements.. Adjusts chemical balance as needed by adding chemicals to the pool/splash pad water, calculating the proper amounts to be added to the water for proper balancing and to meet standards for oxidation and sanitation. Checks gauges, flow meters and other equipment and when necessary backwash filters. Assist with the maintenance of pool/splash pad facilities including pumps, filters and mechanical, construction and electrical maintenance.
Must be able to diagnose and repair/replace pool motors, pumps, mechanical seals, impellers, valves and gaskets, Vac Alerts, gauges, flow meters, pool light bulbs and heaters and VFD's. Make repairs on facilities when needed including but not limited to tiles, line hoses, valves, benches and other surfaces around the pool/splash pad. Responsible for mowing and trimming grass area in the pool enclosures.
Train seasonal hires when necessary. Coordinate deliveries with outside vendors and pick up purchased equipment. Works the assigned schedule and complies with City timekeeping and attendance policy. Must be able to obtain and maintain, without interruption, all necessary licenses, certifications, clearances, and/or job requirements.
High School diploma or GED; or technical diploma in mechanical, technical, or construction.
Valid Texas Class C Driver's License with good driving record. Obtain certification in CPR/AED, First aid and Blood Borne Pathogens within the six months of employment. Must be available to respond to "on call" and emergency situations. Must obtain certificate of pool operation (CPO or AFO or equivalent) within six months of employment.
The City of Pasadena offers very generous benefits to all full-time employees. For example:
Employee-only medical insurance starts as low as $15 per month and the most expensive Employee & Family plan is less than $350 per month.
The City has its own medical clinic staffed with a M.D. and two medical assistants. Employees and their covered dependents over the age of 5 can visit the clinic FREE OF CHARGE.
Employees and their covered dependents also have access to Virtual Visits with a medical professional FREE OF CHARGE.
The City offers college tuition reimbursement of up to $3,500 per year.
As an employee, you will contribute a portion of your salary each pay-period towards your retirement and the City will match your contribution by 200%. Example, if you contribute $100, the City will contribute $200.
Civilian employees accumulate vacation at the following rates:
Less than 6 years of service - two weeks of vacation per year.
From 6 to less than 11 years of service - three weeks of vacation per year.
From 11 to less than 21 years of service four weeks of vacation per year.
From 21 to less than 26 years of service five weeks of vacation per year.
From 26 years of service and up six weeks of vacation per year.
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