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Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

Lifeguard

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Employer
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
Posted
Monday, February 25, 2013
Closes
Sunday, December 01, 2013
Location
Dakotah! Sport and Fitness
Category
Employment Status
Salary
$8.72- $9.00/hr per hour

Further information

 Looking for candidates with current Lifeguard Certification.

 

Job Summary

The purpose of this position is to maintain a safe environment in and around the pool area, to contribute to membership sales and retention, to ensure personal attention to member and guest needs, and to maintain pool equipment and facilities.

Primary Duties

  1. Actively pursues membership sales and recruits members and guests into activities and events.
  2. Ensures membership retention, repeat daily guest usage, and referrals through a high level of member and guest service delivery and response.
  3. Guards the pool in a safe and efficient manner enforcing all rules consistently.  Ensures and enforces member and guest safety by visually and verbally monitoring.  Observes and acts on any emergency procedures
  4. Provides service enhancements to members and guests.  Assists members as necessary with pool and rockwall equipment, tables, chairs, loungers, strollers, and bags. Encourages members and guests to ask questions. Assists members with questions, concerns, and directions.
  5. Monitors the pool area for cleanliness and assists in maintenance of pool and rockwall.  Assists in the daily cleaning of gutters, stainless steel, pool deck, tables, garbage cans, and any other items on the daily list. Assists with opening, closing and afternoon pool and rockwall maintenance/cleanliness checklists to ensure the cleanliness and maintenance of the Aquatics Area.

Job Requirements

       

  1. Lifeguard Training Certification
  2. C.P.R. and First Aid Certification or ability to obtain within 90 days of employment

 

 

 

 

 

 



Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

Mystic Lake, part of SMSC Gaming, was named one of the Twin Cities' Top 100 Workplaces by the StarTribune.