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A slice of New England heaven, waiting to be discovered. Jeffersonville is consistently listed as one of the top 25 foliage towns in the US, and draws tourists year round for its natural beauty, skiing, and easy going lifestyle. Jeffersonville, founded in 1897, is in an area locally known as “Smuggler’s Notch,” picking up the name of a popular ski resort. It’s everything you would want in a historic New England town, a small town vibe filled with tourists from around the world who come to enjoy the beauty and activities of the great outdoors.
Lifeguard is responsible for monitoring the well-being of guests, ensuring their safety by preventing and responding to emergency situations both in and out of water. Should an emergency occur, lifeguards are responsible for taking quick and decisive action and providing the appropriate emergency care.
– Ensuring guest safety and provide exceptional guest service.
– Standing/sitting in and out of water for long periods of time.
– Recognize and respond effectively in emergencies.
– Enforce all aquatic facility policies, rules, and regulations.
– Inspect facility as required and report any unsafe conditions or equipment.
– Maintaining skills at a rescue-ready level at all times.
– Remain alert and attentive at all times.
– Participate in regular in-service training sessions.
– Maintain professional lifeguarding practices at all times.
– Keep the facilities and property clean and comfortable for guests.
– Female employees are expected to work even during menstruation with the use of tampons.
– Complete additional duties as assigned by supervisor.
-Participant may be exposed to chemicals
•Two full laps of breaststroke, no breathing breaks (at least twenty yards or equivalent meters, longer distance is okay
•Two full laps of front crawl, no breathing breaks
•Two minutes treading in water at least 7 feet deep (or meter equivalent) for two minutes, using legs only. Hands cannot be used for treading.