Getting into the swim of things

The Rossland Swimming Pool is looking for an experienced pool manager and senior/junior staff for the 2014 season.

The Rossland Swimming Pool is looking for an experienced pool manager and senior/junior staff for the 2014 season.

The Rossland Pool is a full service, community-oriented outdoor pool operating from the beginning of June until the end of August.

The pool’s services include a full range of aquatic courses and lessons including School board lessons, Red Cross Swim lessons, Swim Club, Aqua Tot, summer camps and the three Bronze Lifesaving courses as well as numerous special events.

Working closely with the Rossland Recreation Department, the pool manager provides leadership to the pool staff and is responsible for the daily operations of the pool.

This full time position runs from May to August and requires the following certifications: NLS; WSI; CRP-C SFA; LSI (Pool Operator 1 is an asset).

Pool staff report directly to the pool manager and are responsible for providing leadership to the community, ensuring a safe, enjoyable aquatic experience through lessons, quality customer service, water safe education and prevention.

Staff are employed full time from the end of May until the end of August and require the following certifications: NLS; WSI; CRP-C; SFA and LSI.

Qualified individuals should forward their resume and copies of all certifications by Thursday, April 17, attention Robin Hethey, Recreation Department (


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