Available Seasonal/Temporary Positions

Now accepting applications for 2016 positions

The Spring Hill Aquatic Center is known for its considerate, enthusiastic, dependable staff members who work together to create a positive, safe experience for guests.
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By joining this winning team, you can earn money, meet new friends, have fun, and gain valuable work experience!

Team members are hired on a seasonal basis for each operating season (late May through late August). Applicants must be available for the entire season.

If you are a returning staff member, you will receive an extra $0.25 on your hourly rate!

Applications can be completed



Lifeguards are responsible for the supervision of pool patrons, maintenance of training standards, daily pool maintenance, operational activities, and record-keeping. Hourly rate: $9.00 for new hires, $9.25 for returning staff.

Essential duties include:
  • Monitoring and attending to pool patrons.
  • Performing all lifeguard skills, including first aid, CPR, emergency and safety procedures, and rescue maneuvers.
  • Attending required in-service training and maintaining weekly swimming and preseason training and daily training requirements.
  • Exhibiting a high degree of customer service skills and positive attitude with staff and customers at all times.
  • Observing and aiding in communication and enforcement of policies and procedures to staff and the public to promote safety.
  • Resolving sensitive, significant, and controversial issues from personnel and patrons while maintaining a friendly and courteous attitude.
  • Complying with and promoting safety and sanitary regulations, including routinely inspecting facilities, maintaining chemicals and filtering equipment, and maintaining pool cleanliness
  • Completing essential reports of first aid and rescue incidents.

Must be at least 15 years of age. Experience is preferred but not necessary. Must be able to read, write, and count. Current American Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR/AED, and First Aid certifications are required or must be able to obtain prior to employment date.

Must be able to work early mornings, days, evenings, and weekends.

Other qualifications include:
  • Must be able to perform lifesaving techniques and skills in emergency situations and in training.
  • Must have the ability to recognize, instruct, monitor, and evaluate daily operations and facility protocols.
  • Must possess good public relations, organizational, financial, verbal, and written communication skills.
  • Must have the ability to establish successful working relationships with coworkers, City officials, businesses, and the public and use good professional judgment, honesty, and integrity in decision-making.
  • Ability to plan and coordinate activities, to understand and anticipate problems, to develop and enforce department policies and procedures, and to interpret written instructions and manuals is required.
  • Must have the ability to assess and prioritize aquatic facility maintenance and needs.