The Municipality of Jasper is seeking self-motivated, enthusiastic individuals to fill lifeguarding and instructing positions at the Jasper Fitness & Aquatic Centre. The summer terms available will be May 2017 to late August early September 2017 or July 2017 to late August early September 2017. The hours of work will vary depending on availability of candidates.
We ask candidates to submit in their cover letter availability with start and end dates as well as the desired number of weekly hours.
Qualifications required and job responsibilities are listed in the job descriptions, which are located at the Municipal Administration Office or on our website at www.jasper-alberta.com under Employment. In addition, the selected candidate will possess a favourable Criminal Record Check.
**ALL AWARDS MUST BE CURRENT & COPIES INCLUDED WITH RESUME**
Range of Pay:
Lifeguard Level 1 $19.88 - $22.16 /hr. as per CUPE Local 1458 2017 Wage Grid
Lifeguard/Instructor Level II $21.35 - $23.82 /hr as per CUPE Local 14582017 Wage Grid
Pay level is dependent on level of certification, additionally a $2.00 shift or weekend premium is payable on eligible hours worked.
Applications are invited, in the form of a detailed resume with a covering letter summarizing your qualifications and experience relative to the position, indicating competition number by 2:00 p.m., Monday February 27, 2017 to:
Senior Lifeguard/Instructor- Jasper Fitness & Aquatic Centre
Full Time Continuous
The Municipality of Jasper is seeking a self-motivated individual to work in a full time continuous position as Senior Lifeguard/Instructor at the Jasper Aquatic Centre for the Department of Culture & Recreation. The primary purpose of this position is to perform effective lifeguarding, instruction, shift supervision, custodial duties, mechanical duties, public relations and various operational/administrative duties as assigned. The hours of work will vary and will be scheduled to work 37.5 hour per week. The selected candidate will be willing to work a variety of daytime, evenings and weekend shifts depending on time of year.
Complete qualifications, responsibilities and skills required for this position are outlined in the job description available at the Municipality of Jasper Administration Office.
**ALL AWARDS MUST BE CURRENT - Please include copies with Resume**
The rate of pay for this position is $23.15 - $25.81 per hour as per CUPE Local 1458 2017 wage grid. Additionally, a $2.00 shift or weekend premium is payable on eligible hours worked. A comprehensive benefits package is offered upon the completion of the required probationary period. In addition, the selected candidate will be required to provide a favorable Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check.
Qualified and interested individuals are asked to submit a resume and cover letter that outlines how you meet the requirements listed above, indicating competition # by 2:00 p.m. Friday March 3, 2017:
Human Resources Manager
Municipality of Jasper
Jasper, AB. T0E or Email (pdf format only) firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you ready to dive in and make a splash with your customer service expertise? We are seeking a high energy, approachable, passionate people person who can help drive our cause and create exceptional experiences for our guests. As a key member of the Vivo team, this position will support the Customer Experience Team and help advance the cause to raise healthier generations in Calgary and beyond.
Where Your Passions Lie:
Believer in living life to the fullest; interested in the world around you.
Seeker of the new and different; willing to share and test innovative ideas.
Future focused creative thinker; always looking to the possibilities.
Flexible and malleable; embracer of change.
Advocate of our organizational values; Impact; Curiosity; Courage; Together; Connection.
‘Can Do’ attitude; willing to jump in and lend a hand.
Engage our customers with a friendly, welcoming and helpful attitude.
Able to make every visit memorable.
Create active, fun and engaging aquatic programs.
Engage our customers with games and spontaneous play.
Ensure an enjoyable and safe environment for all of our guests.
Assist and/or lead in emergency situations
What Your Talents Include:
Exceptional customer engagement skills.
Standard First Aid & CPR-C/AED Certification.
A Police Information Check – Vulnerable Sectors valid within the last 6 months (or receipt as proof of request).
National Lifeguard Award.
Water Safety Instructor.
Lifesaving Instructor, Water Safety Instructor Trainer, First Aid Instructor (considered an asset).
The Next Steps:
Please forward your cover letter and resume to email@example.com on or before March 9th, 2017.
We thank all applicants for their interest in Vivo. Those under consideration will be contacted
Role: As a Lesson Supervisor and part of the Aquatic Programs Instructor team, your goal will be to provide support and leadership on the deck to ensure the team operates in a proficient and professional manner. Providing a safe, high quality learning environment for program participants as well as providing up to date information to parents.
The primary hours for this role are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 3:45pm-7:30pm, and Saturdays and Sundays from 8:45am-1:45pm. The start date is Apr 2nd, 2017.
Reports to: Aquatic Programming Manager
Responsibilities: Set a high standard of all instructor disciplines and standards Maintain a minimum of one scheduled swimming lesson set per quarter Provide on deck leadership and supervision for the instructor team of up to 8 Relaying pool space allocations to the instructors and maintaining proper lane management Required to attend bi-monthly Lesson Supervisor meetings Required to attend all Leadership Training within 6 month probationary term Problem solving and troubleshooting abilities with quick decision making capabilities Ability to establish strong Customer Centric relationships with all Stake holders to enhance their overall program experience including: (Parents and Participants) Be readily available to substitute for any instructor during designated shift Provide customers with up to date program information Identify problems and provide solutions to continually enhance the program and departmental experience Provide appropriate documentation and communication to the Aquatic Programs Manager regarding Aquatic operations and overall team functioning Act immediately and appropriately to secure safety of customers in the event of an emergency Present a professional appearance and attitude at all times Maintain a high standard of customer engagement Attend and participate in ongoing training and development opportunities Ensure instructors are following job description, policies and procedures, as well as completing designated administrative tasks during scheduled programs Prepare and maintain appropriate activity reports and lesson administration Wear designated uniform while on duty Be well versed on all program policies including refunds and late registration Provide progress reports to the Aquatic Programming Manager
Qualifications: CPR C & O2 (recertified within one year) and Standard First Aid (recertified within 2 years) Current National Lifeguard Current I Can Swim Certification (YMCA, Red Cross or Lifesaving Instructor also accepted and we will transfer you to the I Can Swim Instructor certification) Employee must be well versed in Microsoft Office and knowledge of CLASS 7.0 would be an asset 1 year previous experience in a supervisorial capacity Lifesaving Instructor, National Lifeguard Instructor, First Aid Instructor, & NCCP certification are an asset
How to Apply Submit a resume and cover letter to Repsol Sport Centre Human Resources by: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (please state job title in the subject line) Fax: (403) 262-1001 Drop off: 2225 Macleod Trail S, Calgary, AB T2G 5B6
Vecova is a leading edge registered non-profit charitable service and research organization that has been meeting the needs of persons with disabilities and the community-at-large since 1969. We are a recognized leader in the Community Disability Services sector and are an affiliate institute of the University of Calgary. We provide a wide range of supports and services (e.g. Living Supports Services; Employment and Enterprise Services; and Wellness Services) in Calgary and the Bow Valley Corridor for persons with disabilities so they may reach their fullest potential and benefit from the highest possible quality of life.
As part of our Wellness Services team, our Recreation Centre is currently looking for a full time Aquatics Assistant Manager. Reporting to the Recreation Operations Manager, the Aquatics Assistant Manager is responsible for the daily operations and leadership of Vecova’s Recreation area. This will include direct supervision of employees, aquatics programming and daily operational and health and safety needs.
As the Aquatics Assistant Manager, working Sunday-Thursday, you are a front line leader who will be responsible for daily operations including:
Provide leadership, mentor, and manage performance, while building a strong, collaborative aquatic team.
Oversee aquatic programs to ensure quality delivery of Red Cross swim lessons, adult swim lessons, and junior lifeguard club.
Respond to customer concerns in a timely manner and put strategies in place to maintain high customer service standards.
Establish strong working relationships with all recreation supervisors and support staff including the Customer Service
Assistant Manager, Fitness Team Leaders, and Recreation Scheduler.
Backfill for Lifeguards/Instructors as required and act as Duty Supervisor while on shift.
Assist Recreation Operations Manager in determining viability of programs, schedule, and program development.
Develop swim lesson grids for sessions in conjunction with Recreation Operations Manager.
Ensure compliance and familiarity with established regulations and practices of Alberta Pool Regulations, RLSS and
Canadian Red Cross.
Ensure work area, equipment and employees are in compliance with health and safety and legislated requirements and all documentation is completed.
Maintain familiarity and confidence with emergency procedures.
The successful candidate will have:
3 years of lifeguarding and swim instructor experience and 1 year supervisory experience or equivalent.
Working knowledge of ActiveNet registration system.
Group facilitation skills.
Current certification in National Lifeguard-pool certification (NL-pool), Water Safety Instructor Trainer (WSIT) Pool Operations, Standard First Aid/CPR C including AED, NLI considered an asset.
Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com quoting job #21 Aquatics
Assistant Manager. The competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
Our workforce is diverse and inclusive. We thank all candidates for their interest; however we regret that we are unable to accept telephone inquiries
Club Overview: Royal Glenora Club is a member-owned, private sport and social club, committed to the improvement of its members’ individual and communal quality of life. The Club strives to provide an environment conducive to reaching personal and athletic excellence.
The Royal Glenora Club is seeking an experienced, highly qualified and motivated leader to direct its Aquatics Department. The Aquatics Manager will report to the Director of Recreation, and this individual will be responsible for the supervision of the operations of the aquatics pools through planning, coordination, scheduling, and evaluating a variety of programs specific to aquatics area within the facility.
This is a scheduled, regular, full time position. This position requires a flexible work schedule to including mornings, evenings and weekends.
Conducting orientation and in-service training of staff to ensure an applied understanding of life support programs (emergency procedures) and techniques, lesson instruction, and knowledge of departmental policies and procedures;
Instructing advanced level aquatic instructor and lifeguarding programs acting as a mentor for staff, ensuring established safety and customer service standards are met.
Performing on-deck lifeguarding duties and teaching lessons when required due to staffing levels; and providing input, organizing & supervising special events.
Provides supervision by:
Planning, assigning, supervising, and checking the work of part time and casual employees engaged in instructional and lifeguarding duties;
Participating in the selection, recruitment, training, and development process for Aquatic staff;
Evaluating the work performance of Aquatics staff;
Provides customer service by:
Communicating effectively with staff (aquatic, administration, maintenance) and public, fostering a safe and enjoyable aquatic facility;
Answering enquiries and handling complaints of participants regarding course content and teaching methods of instructors;
Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with a variety of internal and external contacts.
Provides administrative duties by:
Participating in the planning, organization and promotion of aquatic programs;
Evaluating and recommending changes to a variety of instructional, competitive and recreational aquatic programs for all ages;
Ordering and maintaining program inventory and first aid supplies;
Facilitate swimming lesson administration and data input;
Performing related duties as assigned.
Education: Minimum: Grade 12 Diploma. Preferred: Graduation from a four year college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Recreation, P.E. or a closely related field;
Proficient knowledge in the areas of lifeguarding, swimming instruction, and emergency procedures;
Current certification as a Life Saving Society Instructor that is valid throughout employment;
Pool Operator Level 1 is required and Pool Operator Level 2 is considered an asset ;
Valid NLS certification;
Valid First Aid or Aquatic Emergency Care/CPR;
First Aid Level C including CPR which includes A.E.D;
Lifesaving Society Instructor Certification (LSI) • National Lifeguarding Services Certification (NLS);
Pool Operators Certification Level 1 with ability to progress to Level 2 ;
Lifesaving Society Aquatics Supervisor Training (A.S.T.);
Demonstrated computer skills to operate spreadsheet and word processing programs;
Functional office computer skills;
Plus three (3) years directly related aquatics experience, or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
Additional Desirable Knowledge and Skills:
Alberta Class 5 Drivers license.
Pool Operators Certification Level 2.
Instructor Trainer-National Lifeguard.
Swim For Life Instructor Trainer.
Oxygen Administration (O2), would be an asset.
High degree of verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills.
Ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision.
Strong supervisory skills.
Considerable knowledge of the Lifesaving Society programs, policies and general pool standards.
Applied Knowledgeable of aquatic standards (AHS).
Ability to lead, train, supervise and evaluate staff.
Sound judgment and problem-solving abilities.
Ability to effectively plan, organize and schedule aquatic program activities.
Ability to define problems areas, establish work methods and monitor tasks.
Exceptional ability to self-motivate and function with minimal direction meeting established timelines.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal and conflict-resolution skills.
The ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, YMCA-YWCA staff, members of the general public and external agencies.
Ability to work within, and contribute to, a collaborative team environment.
Demonstrated commitment to customer service.
Applied knowledge of WCB regulations and local pool policy with regards to chlorine gas and other types of emergency circumstances, and safe work practices.
Service Attitude: Identifies needs and wants of members/participants as priority and responds in an effective and timely manner to enhance every person’s Y experience.
Relationship Building: Builds positive interactions both internally and externally to achieve work related goals.
Welcoming: Treats everybody in a friendly and respectful manner. Creates a pleasant, user-friendly atmosphere. Goes out of your way to make people feel at ease and makes an effort to learn the names of staff, volunteers, and patrons.
Quality Focus: Ensures that services criteria for self, staff, and programs are set, reviewed and surpassed regularly to provide excellent service delivery.
The Royal Glenora Club offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package for this full-time position.
Forward your resume and cover letter, highlighting your qualifications relevant to this position, and using “Aquatics Manager” as the subject line, to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 780-455-8138.
No telephone calls please. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Royal Glenora Club provides equal opportunity in employment and encourages applications from all qualified persons.
YMCA of Northern Alberta - Don Wheaton Family YMCA
Junior Lifeguard Club Meet Assistant (12 - 15 positions available)
The YMCA is seeking individuals who enjoy water and contributing to a fun aquatics environment. The Volunteer will assist the JLC Swim Meet Manager in organizing a friendly inter-club competition. Join the YMCA as a Volunteer and help our clubs experience an introduction to competitive lifesaving sport.
Head Scorer: is responsible for the overall record keeping, calculation of results, and release of official results for all competition events.
Timers (8 positions available): Timers will be responsible for recording race times for athletes
Equipment Handlers (3 positions available): Ensure equipment is ready for upcoming race events, this position requires getting wet and physical fitness.
Judges (4 positions available): While judges play many roles, their principle responsibility will be to make sure competition events operate fairly and within AB/NWT rules and regulations. Judges’ order of-finish decisions are not subject to protest or appeal.
Chief Judge: The chief judge will be responsible to the area/sectional referee or event director, and will supervise or assist in the setting up of courses for the event. The chief judge will allocate duties and responsibilities to other judges in their area or event and locate and position them so as to best carry out their duties as judges and determine the finishing order and recording of event results.
Lane Judges (4 positions available): Lane judges will be a judge of fact in relation to the observation of the conduct of an event for the particular lane to which they are assigned. They will report any breach or infringement of the rules to the chief judge, or area/sectional referee or event director
Deputy Referee: The Deputy Referee will assist in the conduct and organization of the competition, and in the absence of the chief referee, assume his or her authority and responsibility.The deputy referee will take control of a particular area of the competition with the chief referee’s authority or be assigned to a specific role or be designated a specific authority
Competitor Liaisonofficers: are responsible for liaising with competitors, coaches, team managers and competition officials to provide assistance related to rules, standards and procedures. They will advise the Chief Referee, Deputy Referee, Area/Sectional Referee or Event Director of any concerns raised by competitors, coaches or team managers relating to the courses or safety issues. They will also provide assistance and guidance for competitors, coaches and team managers on protest and appeal procedures and the best method of approach to the referee involved
The Town of Ponoka is seeking applicants for a Casual Lifeguard Instructor.
Duties and responsibilities of this position may include:
Participate in the delivery of aquatic programs and provide “on deck” supervision of the pool area.
Participate in the daily operation and maintenance of the facility.
The Town of Ponoka supports our staff in certification, training and development. Opportunities for advancement within the Town and Aquaplex are available.
To be effective in the performance of this position, an individual would require the following knowledge and skills:
National Lifeguard Certification
Water Safety Instructor Certification (WSI)
Standard First Aid/Aquatic Emergency Care
Basic Rescuer CPR
Experience supervising aquatic staff an asset
Lifesaving Instructor, Water Art and Pool Operator I would be an asset
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Instructor AUPE Class 8 $17.94 to $20.83 depending on experience
*plus 10.6 % in lieu of vacation and holidays, as well as evening and weekend shift differentials.
Applicants are asked to submit their cover letter and resume to HR@ponoka.ca by February 9, 2017, position will remain open until filled.
Must be available for daytime shifts Monday to Friday along with evening and weekend shifts. Applicants are asked to specify their availability for shifts in their cover letter. The successful candidate will also be required to submit a satisfactory Criminal Record Check.
The Town of Ponoka thanks all applicants in advance, however, only those being considered will be contacted.
WANTING A MEANINGFUL SUMMER EXPERIENCE LIKE NO OTHER????
We are looking for engaged, caring staff that are passionate about providing our campers with the best summer of their lives!!
The Lifeguard/Counsellor must coordinate and supervise camp participants in the waterfront activities as well as evening wide game and other recreational programs. The Lifeguard/Counsellor will ensure participants comply with water safety regulations and ensure proper maintenance and storage of waterfront equipment.
The Lifeguard/Counsellor will also be responsible for the care and supervision of up to ten campers in a community living environment. He/she will also provide leadership to participants in the camping program. The Lifeguard/Counsellor will be responsible for supervising any assigned Cabin or Outdoor Ed/Waterfront Apprentices and Leaders In Training.
Required to be at least 18 years of age.
Minimum 1 year previous residential camping experience is an asset.
Have experience working with and teaching a variety of age groups.
Preferable to have at least one year of camp counselling experience,
Have the ability to originate, plan, organize, and carry out the waterfront program.
Be self-motivating and self-directing.
Relate well to children, youth and adults.
Have a lifestyle that is an expression of Christian ethics and principles.
Have appropriate emotional maturity and stability, and be willing to accept responsibility and
work with others in a team situation.
Be adaptable and flexible as individual situations warrant.
Canadian National Lifesaving Society (NL) and/or Red Cross Lifeguard Certification.
Current Standard First Aid certificate with a minimum of CPR C (including introduction to AED).
Flatwater Canoe Instructor’s certificate from Paddle Alberta (or equivalent). Note: Camp
Kannawin will offer this course as a part of their yearly staff training.
Are you a certified Lifeguard or Aquatics Instructor and looking for extra hours? The YMCA of Northern Alberta is always looking for water lovers to join our Aquatics staff teams. The successful candidate will deliver high-quality lifeguarding and/or instructing in aquatics programming and services at the assigned Aquatic Centre. If you meet the necessary qualifications for lifeguarding and/or swim instructing apply now!
Starting Wages: Lifeguard & Aquatics Instructors start at $14.80/hour
Lifeguards start at $12.70/hour
Instructors start at $14.40/hour
Deliver high quality services through excellent relationships with participants.
When instructing, develop lesson plans for assigned classes and provide quality instruction in aquatic class(es) agreed upon.
Deliver high quality supervision at all times while on guard duty, guard from appropriate location and follow guard to bather ratio. Correct unsafe techniques and ensure safe and effective use of equipment by participants.
Promote prevention of accidents and incidents through rule enforcement and good maintenance practices. Follow Provincial and Local Public Health regulations at all times and monitor and reinforce Aquatics Safety Standards.
Respond to all incidents and accidents that may occur in the aquatic or surrounding area Role model best practices daily by interacting with members in the facility.
Role model a personal commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
Demonstrate and promote a personal understanding of and appreciation for the mission, vision, and values and the YMCA programs and services.
Come join us in the pool! We are seeking enthusiastic individuals to join our dynamic team. With safety being our first priority, we are looking for National Lifeguards ($21.10 per hour) who are diligent and responsible, as well as Red Cross Swim Instructors ($17 per hour) who enjoy teaching all sorts of swim skills, ranging from parented to adult lessons. Only have WSI? Please do not hesitate to apply!
National Lifeguard (2 years) Standard First Aid (3 years) CPR-C with AED (1year) Water Safety Instructor (2 years) Criminal Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Search (or receipt as proof of request) (1 year)
Please email a resume with a copy of all certifications, as well as your availability to email@example.com . We thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The YMCA of Northern Alberta is seeking individuals who enjoy water and contributing to a fun aquatics environment.
Volunteers will assist the Swim Meet Manager in organizing friendly inter-club competition(s).
Join the YMCA as a Volunteer and help our Swim clubs experience an introduction to competitive swimming.
Starter (1 needed): Ensures that all Timers are in the right place and ready to go prior to the start of a race by raising their left arm and waiting for Timers to notify them of any issues. When all Timers are ready for the race to start, the Starter will signal this to all the Athletes with one moderate extended whistle blast. Once the Athletes are ready to commence the race, it will be started by saying “Swimmers take your marks, set…” followed by the starting signal which is one short whistle blast.
Timers (8 needed): Following the Starter’s leadership, they are responsible for the acquisition of Athlete times with manual stop watches and record the times on the Time Cards. Timers will also help ensure that Athletes are in the correct heat and lane and are ready to go.
Marshals (1-2 needed): Key distributors of Time Cards to the Athletes by assisting in them finding their correct heats and lanes and ensuring that the order does not get altered through the Marshaling Area.
Disqualification Judges (1-2 needed): Stroke and Turn Judges are responsible for the recognition and enforcing of rules during an event as well as the filling out and distribution of Disqualification Slips to the Coaches.
Runner (1 needed): Responsible for collecting completed Time Cards from the Timers and bringing them to the Results Programmer.
Results Programmer (1 needed): Responsible for the compiling and data entry of all Time Card results and the creation of the official results to be relayed to the Ribbon Programmer.
Ribbon Organizer (1 needed): Responsible for labelling and organizing ribbons based on official results from Results Programmer. The Ribbon Organizer is responsible for organizing the ribbons in time for the Ribbon Ceremony.