Lead Splash Pad Attendant will be responsible for performing a variety of duties to prepare the Splash Pad area for the demands of the patrons, daily supervision of Splash Pad Attendants, complete daily Splash Pad reports, and enforcing Splash Pad rules. Must be available: May-August/September, Days, Evenings, Weekends and Holidays (mandatory).
The Lead Splash Pad Attendant will be responsible for:
Acting as a customer service agent to all guests
Provides direction to Splash Pad Attendants
Maintaining accurate records and forms such as employee time sheets, accident reports, Splash Pad communication reports and cash reports.
Performing daily inspections of the Splash Pad with regards to safety and cleanliness
Monitor guests as they enter and exit the Splash Pad
Monitor guests during their utilization of splash pad and enforce safety rules and guidelines
Collect admission fees from patrons
Assist patrons with questions and/or concerns
Assist in incidents and/or accidents
Assist other splash pad attendants with tasks as directed
Monitor facility for trash and debris and perform appropriate cleanup
Regularly check pool chemical levels and document readings
Assist coworkers and patrons with identifying and addressing other customer service concerns
Communicating regularly with other attendants, Splash Pad Leads, Recreation Programs Coordinator and Parks & Recreation staff to ensure the Splash Pad operates smoothly and efficiently
Overseeing the enforcement of Splash Pad & Park rules at all times
Completing accurate accidents, incident and/or department reports
Rendering first aid in cases of minor injuries
Assisting with light-duty cleaning, and the setup and breakdown of equipment and chairs
Performing miscellaneous tasks as directed
Applicant must be 17 years of age or older.
Applicant must have the ability to work as a team member and coordinate with other staff in contributing to the goals of the program.
Applicant must maintain cash and facility controls
Applicant must have the ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Applicant must have exceptional communication skills.
Applicant must be able to interpret policies and procedures.
Applicant must be able to perform the essential functions of this role, with or without an accommodation.
Applicant must provide their own transportation.
Applicant must have the ability to understand and demonstrate competencies outlined in Aquatic Facility Emergency Action Plan.
Applicant must be able to work a flexible schedule, Monday through Sunday, from May 28 through September 3.
Applicant must be able to attend mandatory Splash Pad orientation/training sessions scheduled on Sunday May 13 from 1pm to 4pm.
Regular and consistent attendance is required.
Applicant must clear a criminal background check.
Applicant must pass a mandatory drug test.
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