Multiple positions open for part-time lifeguards.
Primary duties are to enforce safety and lake rules in and around the lake and surrounding areas to ensure the well-being of all guests. Administer First Aid, CPR, emergency and other safety procedures, as needed.
All applicants must have certification in Lifeguard Training, Community First Aid and Safety, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and Waterfront Lifeguard.
To check on course schedule, call your local YMCA or the American Red Cross.
Interested parties must complete the attached BEACH Life Guard_Application.pdf document and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
One position open for Beach Manager.
All applicants must have current WSI certification as well as excellent people skills. Basic Computer Skills such as usage of Emails, MS Word and MS Excel are needed for effectively carrying out the responsibilities of this position.
Interested parties must complete the attached BEACH Manager_Application_2023.doc document and send it to email@example.com.
Beach Manager – Full-Time Seasonal Job Description
Reports to: Designated LPPOA Board Member Last Revision Date: 1/30/2023
Type of Position: Full-time, Seasonal Position
Begins first weekend of June, Ends Labor Day, may be extended to weekends in
September. May require some trainings and meetings prior to June
Hours: Rotating shifts, Mon thru Sunday, 10am – 7pm
Up to 40 hours per week, weekend and holiday shifts are required
Pay Rate: Starts at $8715 stipend for the season, paid in 6 equal installments on the 1 st and 15 th of the month
Who we are - Organizational Summary:
Lake Parsippany is a scenic man-made lake community managed by the Lake Parsippany
Property Owners Association (LPPOA); a non-profit organization managed by a volunteer board of directors. Our 2200 home community operates 1 or more of 3 swimming beaches as part of our approximately 1-mile diameter freshwater lake. Other common activities on the water include sailing, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. We primarily use one beach (Hoffmann Beach) for swimming. From time to time, our other beaches may be used for community events, rented parties and more. The Beach Manager is responsible to maintain safety during these events.
Our beach is unique in that the beach staff not only watches the water but is responsible for promoting community and family fun by planning and conducting recreational, arts, and crafts activities for all age groups throughout the swimming season.
Your overall job - Purpose
The primary responsibility as a beach manager is to ensure the smooth and safe operation of the LPPOA’s aquatic facilities and functions. Candidates must be able to ensure the safety of patrons by minimizing or eliminating hazardous situations or behaviors. This person will need to be able to solve on-the-job issues by utilizing effective critical thinking and decision-making skills and possess the ability to work with diverse populations. The beach manager must be able to manage the beach/aquatic staff in enforcing LPPOA policies and be able to communicate effectively why policies are in place. The successful Candidate will also plan and execute with the help of the Beach/aquatic staff, community recreational activities and events associated with the beaches to promote community engagement, neighborly camaraderie, increased utilization of the facilities.
What you will do - Job Responsibilities:
Supervision of lifeguards, to support operations of beaches, and facilities.
Closing or not opening beaches due to inclement weather conditions after consulting with Moderator.
Closing any and all bathing areas whenever such action is deemed necessary in the interest of public safety after consulting with the lifeguards.
Consulting with the Board Member Liaison on any safety concerns, problems, or questions.
Supervises swimming activities at our waterfront beaches and ensures that policies, guidelines, and safety procedures are followed.
Warns swimmers of improper activities or danger and enforces beach regulations and water safety policies.
Administers first aid in the event of injury, rescues swimmers in distress or danger of drowning, and administers CPR and/or artificial respiration, if necessary.
Evaluates conditions for safety and initiates aquatics emergency action plan as required.
Inspects beach and beach facilities, equipment, and water to ensure that they are safe and usable.
Supervises and assists in cleaning the beach and related facilities and equipment, assists with water tests and with records and charts of water tests and records of accidents as directed.
Supervises classes in fundamentals of swimming as needed.
Schedules staff to ensure appropriate coverage and safe beach environment when competing programs/priorities require use of aquatic facilities.
Develops and conducts of a variety of recreational programs for members of all ages.
Maintains an awareness of other boating and water activities occurring on the larger lake responding to emergency situations, as necessary.
Show-up for your scheduled shifts as scheduled, on-time, properly attired and equipped for work (approved bathing suit, t-shirt, hat, whistle, clothes appropriate to the weather, sunscreen).
Manage the sale and stock of light snacks and ice cream
Record daily member attendance and participation numbers, and complete daily cleaning assignments.
Provide and conduct regular in-service trainings.
Provide a welcoming environment for all patrons.
Document any incidents and/or injuries.
Maintain a clean and tidy workspace.
Perform other duties as assigned.
What you need to have - Qualifications/Skills:
Supervisory experience, especially with teenagers.
Knowledge and ability to evaluate water conditions at the beach and lake to determine any potential dangers or hazards
Ability to adjust programs as necessary to ensure the safety of the visitors and other staff
Swimming proficiency and comfort in all types of water conditions
Ability to judge and evaluate evolving dynamics of individuals participating in aquatic activities to immediately assess their capabilities and threats to their safety
Knowledge of on-site protocols, operational procedures, and safety policies
Knowledge of methods and techniques for providing on-site emergency medical services
Naturally outgoing personality with good communications skills
Ability to react to emergency situations by quick movements, strenuous activity, and on occasion assist or lift persons in distress of varying weights.
Required to remain alert to dangerous situations while on duty.
Ability to multi-task attention to several activities at one time.
The Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements You Need
Minimum of 6 months of related work or volunteer experience in management and supervision of customer service, childcare and water safety.
Certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, or equivalent
American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer, or equivalent
American Red Cross Standard First Aid, or equivalent
At least 60 credits towards a college degree. Preference will be given to candidates whose education is towards Recreation sciences, Physical education, community development or related fields
Why you want to work for us – Benefits of employment
You get to be a part of creating the community in which you live and work. You can interact with your friends and family while working. Since you get to create and plan the recreational activities, you not only can be a part of the fun of those activities but design activities that you and your friends will want to participate in.
Lake Parsippany Property Owners Association
P.O. Box 62
Parsippany, NJ 07054