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As a lifeguard the, it is expected that one maintains constant vigilance and keeps an eye on the customers to ensure their safety throughout the day. The schedules do change, so the management has to be prepared to call in substitutes, and people will look to you sometimes to fulfill that requirement. One must use their breaks to refresh themselves, and cannot leave suddenly in the middle of a shift, as it inconveniences those who also have schedules. Other than keeping watch over the customers, ones must be willing to maintain the overall condition of the pool
Some problems communication between coworkers and managers
Fun place to work, the staff is awesome. Lots of breaks and overall a great community. Never a boring shift since I started working there, I always manage to have fun.
Lots of breaks
Breaks depend on the amount of people in the pool
Everyone was easy to get along with. I looked forward to working every shift. The hours were really flexible which was great for a high school student! My only trouble was being able to get to the Sunday inservice (to refresher our skills) due to church activities.
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As a lifeguard, there are certain things that need to happen and should not happen which you learn about in class. Lots of distractions from coworkers, or sometimes no one was available to assist me. Overall it was relaxed, just not by the book.
Does not operate to the Red Cross standards
A typical day varies depending on what day you work. Somedays will have different swimming lessons while others will have none. Working alongside other lifeguards of various walks of life you can either have a very easy day or a stressful one at best. What I learned working there is that no matter how safe you may think a pool may be, there will always be someone to prove you wrong. This could be anyone from a small child, an adult, a senior citizen, or your own manager. The workplace culture was friendly amongst guards. Most of the customers who swam in the pool were friendly too. Staff outside of the pool were also pleasant, going as far as learning names of those who were seen regularly. Besides those few sources, there was a need for a rigid structure. The hardest part was the constant need to perform optimally as a lifeguard, with the added stress of a manager who demands excellence from their staff 24/7. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to interact with the members who came in to swim with their families, participated in different aquatic activities, or training for an athletic event in the near future.
The Y is a great place to work, I was an instructor, lifegared, and head guard. One day a week I was in charge of all the lifeguards, supervising their lessons and helping them with improvement. As a lifeguard I standed and supervised the pool, enduring play and swim was done properly.
I love working at this location for multiple reasons. I really enjoy the people that I get to work with on a daily basis. I also love that employees get a free membership to the gym along with their families as well.
This was a great job to work in high school, as the hours were flexible and I could pick up shifts whenever I wanted. It's not the most exciting job, but it is important for the patrons there.
Many coworkers would not show up to shifts
With the hot Texas sun, standing in cool water feels amazing. It was great to see families out and about enjoying summer by the pool. Easy work, just being attentive to what is going on around you and making sure everyone is safe.
I love my coworkers as well as my supervisors. Everyone is able to remain focused on the job while remaining a light and happy atmosphere. Management is very friendly. Only hard part of the job is maintaining your composure if an unhappy patron starts to yell or doesn't listen.
Don't ever work here! They pay us 9 bucks an hour to guard peoples lives! No benefits, and no compensation if your injured on the job. Unprofessional, unfair, and a corrupt CEO who only cares about money and not the needs or well being of the employees. We get treated like prisoners as well. They were getting new cameras so that the bosses could actually watch us from their homes! No teamwork, no respect, and low standards. The building is in terrible condition. And a boss who's so obsessed with perfection, that we can never do anything right and we constantly get corrected on everything. Overall, it is a very stressful and negative environment with bad vibes all the time. You constantly have to watch your back to. It is a sad and pathetic place and we are constantly short staffed so they make certain people have to give up their entire weekends and work sometimes 6 days a week despite it being a part time position! Do yourself a favor, NEVER EVER work here you will regret it I promise you!
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