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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
depending on what you do and where, this might vary but I found Ymca to be a very cool place to work at with not much stress involved. Of course this is only if you do what you're supposed to do. The pay for a lifeguard of my experience really disappointed me, It seems Ymca values its instructors ALOT more in every way. Other than this though it was a cool spot which gives you a FREE MEMBERSHIP so I loved it more than I disliked it.
chill environnement, friendly people, Free membership(10$)
meh pay, volatile hours
paid trainings and certifications after initial. overall light workload. the friendly members and staff create comfortable and family like environment.
flexible scheduling, family environment
low wages, low hours
Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at YMCA are higher than other places would pay for the same position.ManagementIn general, managers at YMCA are very communicative and supportive
It was a fairly good job in the beginning but most people aren't allowed to have over 30 hours of work a week and the management wasn't the best. A lot of people got written up for very small or unrealistic reasons. Breaks really don't happen and people could not communicate other than about a drowning risk. Even then communication is restricted. I would not advise people to work here unless they are desperate. I have seen many people leave within a few months because of poor management. If you decide on this job be ready to work long hours without food or breaks.
almost no breaks, poor management, and restricted work culture
A lot of the lower positions are for high school/university age people. You can advance if you really want to. Most jobs are dealing with kids/families. Lifeguarding can be wildly different from location to location.
Fun and social
I haven't worked here in a long time but from what I remember it was a great place to work during high school. The hours were short but we had a lot of people on staff.
Students always ask to switch shifts
As a lifeguard, you will have a 30 minute break on your rotation at least every 2 hours. This is perfect for college or highschool students that are looking to do homework during breaks. As a negative note, the workplace has little to no communication between management, other departments, or internal department. Schedules do not get posted in a timely matter (often the night before they go in effect), and important events are not sent to supervisors/staff from management.
Little to no communication, schedules do not get posted on time, no yearly reviews for pay