Lifeguard - Part Time

Employer
Denison University
Location
Granville, OH

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Employment Type
Part Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Job Details

Position Type:

Affiliated Staff

Classification Title:

Affiliated Staff

Position Title:

Lifeguard - Part Time

Position Number:

CA1000

Pay Grade Level:

CA 01

Salary:

$10.00 per hour

Department:

Athletics

Posting Number:

S 121300001

Full or Part Time:

Part Time

Number of Months:

Seasonal

Work Schedule:

Day, evening, and weekend hours. Lifeguards will be placed on rotating schedule and must be flexible with shift rotation.

Basic Function:

Ensure participant safety through vigilant scanning. Ensure safety by preventing and responding to all emergency situations at the aquatic center as the first responder during all hours of operation.

Essential Job Functions:

Perform vigilant scanning techniques above and below the surface of the water as well as the pool deck to ensure patron safety.

Enforce all aquatic center policies, rules and regulations.

Recognize and respond efficiently and effectively to all emergency situations.

Briefly inspect the aquatic center and report all unsafe conditions and/or equipment to the Director.

Attend and participate in all in-service trainings and meetings to continually practice and refine life saving skills.

Maintain all life saving certifications at current status.


Typical Secondary Duties:
Attend to all participant questions, comments and concerns.

Complete hourly count of participant usage for all pools.

Complete all reports in the absence of a Head Lifeguard.

Assist in setup/teardown for any events in the aquatic center.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Hold current certifications in Lifeguarding w/First Aid (31.25 hours of initial training)
  • CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer (8 hours of initial training)
  • Must complete Preventing Disease Transmission training per OSHA regulations

Preferred Qualifications:

Lifeguard experience preferred.

Physical Demands:

Climbing, Lifting up to 20 pounds, and Swimming

Contact(s):

Chris Crume, Director of Aquatic Center

Contact Phone/Extension:

740-587-6571

Contact Email:

[email protected]

Open Date:

03/01/2022

Open Until Filled:

Yes

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Submit an application with your personal and general information and if applicable, your professional or paid employment history ONLY. Other unpaid work or responsibilities is not required or necessary.

Professional experience is not required. ONLY Required:

  • Hold current certifications in Lifeguarding w/First Aid (31.25 hours of initial training)
  • CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer (8 hours of initial training)
  • Must complete Preventing Disease Transmission training per OSHA regulations

A resume and/or cover letter is not needed but can be uploaded. Only an application is necessary for employment.

High School Students with the required certification and training are encouraged to apply!!!!!

Additional Information:

Candidate must show written proof of certifications and training.

In our ongoing efforts to support the health of our community, continue to operate our campus safely, and to comply with the federal government’s large employer mandate, Denison requires all new employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 including a booster within the timeline guidance recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention unless an authorized exemption is approved. For more information and resources regarding this policy as a condition of employment, please visit https://denison.edu/campus/covid19.

Denison University Background Check Statement:

The final candidate will undergo a background check as a conditional offer of employment.

Denison University EEO Statement :

To achieve our mission as a liberal arts college, we continually strive to attract and hire candidates with diverse backgrounds, experiences and identities. Denison fosters a campus community that recognizes the value of all persons regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender expression and identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or socio-economic background. For additional information and resources about diversity at Denison, please see our Diversity Guide (https://denison.edu/forms/diversity-guide). Denison University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Organization

<p>&nbsp;</p> <p>As one of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges, Denison offers an authentic education in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. Founded in 1831, Denison is one of the earliest colleges to be established in the old “Northwest Territory,” west of the Allegheny Mountains and north of the Ohio River. Denison is located in Granville, Ohio; 27 miles east of Columbus, the state capital.<img alt="denison_university1.jpg" src="http://www.insidehighered.com/careers/styles/medium/public/images/institution_profile/uploads/denison_university1.jpg" style="border-width: 2px; border-style: solid; margin: 5px; float: right;" typeof="foaf:Image" /></p> <p>Innovative faculty and motivated students collaborate in the pursuit of knowledge and the cultivation of independent thinking. And because Denison is a residential college, students are deeply engaged as citizens of the campus community. They learn from one another in a rigorous academic setting, but also in rich social, cultural and political environments.</p> <p>As a residential undergraduate liberal arts college, Denison is among those places that have been called “distinctively American” in their contribution to higher education worldwide. In fact, it is one of a select number of institutions that today defines the type.</p> <p>Confident in the distinction of its graduates and advantaged by unusual resources, Denison has pointedly resisted the tendency in higher education to add layers of graduate degrees, professional schools, and service functions beyond the scope of baccalaureate education of the highest order. Entering its 177th year, Denison has maintained a fully residential campus based upon the well-tested premise that learning flourishes in community.</p> <p>Denison selectively admits successful, confident, and motivated students who seek to take advantage of highly participatory learning within classroom, laboratory, and studio and who expect to learn and grow through their investment in the challenges and opportunities of college life.<br /> The college attracts matriculants from across the country and more than three dozen nations. Denison engages students with outstanding professors in small classes that encourage men and women to take a high degree of personal responsibility for learning. Students pursue a major field of study selected from 39 areas offered by 28 disciplinary departments and interdisciplinary programs in the divisions of Natural Science, Humanities, Social Science, and Fine Arts as well as complete a sequence of General Education and a personalized curriculum of electives from across the college.</p> <p><img alt="denison_university2.jpg" src="http://www.insidehighered.com/careers/styles/medium/public/images/institution_profile/uploads/denison_university2.jpg" style="border-width: 2px; border-style: solid; margin: 5px; float: left;" typeof="foaf:Image" />A Denison education is not just for a living but for a life. Denison graduates are educated to be curious, resourceful, and reflective. They are expected to begin a life of learning at Denison, not complete it. They are well prepared for the rapidly changing world of the 21st century.</p> <p>Nothing defines a Denison education more than the mutually enriching relationships that develop between students and faculty. The heart of the college is a full-time faculty of almost 200. These men and women, who hold the most advanced degrees in their fields, are selected on the basis of pedagogical and scholarly ability and are encouraged to be innovative teachers whose continuing growth in their discipline through active scholarship allows them to be among the best at their craft. They look forward to the challenge and stimulation of their students even as they seek to draw the best efforts from them. Many Denison students come to regard professors as mentors, who frequently oversee students' independent scholarly projects.</p> <p>Denison’s faculty is committed to undergraduate education. As teacher-scholar-advisers, their principal responsibility is effective teaching informed by the best scholarship. Faculty members place a priority on working closely with students, interactive learning, and partnerships with students in original research. Denison’s low student/faculty ratio allows for close supervision of independent research and collaborative work in small groups and classes.</p> <p><img alt="denison_university3.jpg" src="http://www.insidehighered.com/careers/styles/medium/public/images/institution_profile/uploads/denison_university3.jpg" style="border-width: 2px; border-style: solid; margin: 5px; float: right;" typeof="foaf:Image" /></p> <p>At Denison, men and women learn and grow in community, and the residential character of the campus is more than a convenience but a way of engaging the full student body in a shared enterprise. The college actively seeks academically superior students who bring diverse talents, interests, backgrounds, and experiences, believing that out of the classroom as well as within learning takes place by sharing, questioning, and growing together. Denison students have unusual opportunities to participate in the arts, in athletics and recreation, in service to others beyond the campus, in student organizational life, and in campus governance.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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