Aquatics District Manager
Kansas City - Missouri (MO),
Midwest Pool Management
Midwest Pool Management is actively recruiting a self-motivated, energetic, and highly organized individual to fill a full-time position as Aquatics District Manager in our Kansas City office. Applicants should possess great communication and public relation skills as well as a strong sense of urgency and desire to provide superior customer service. The Aquatics District Manager will generally work approximately 40 hours per week. Longer hours may be required at times in-season May through Labor Day. annual compensation package includes salary plus health/dental insurance, retirement and a car allowance.
Responsibilities: As part of a team of District Managers, lead and participate in the more complex duties of scheduling lifeguards, cashiers, and concession workers for multiple municipal and private aquatic facilities per budgets. Provide interaction with client representatives as well as pool staff. Recruit candidates for lifeguard, pool attendant, cashier, and manager positions. Perform facility inspections and evaluate for quality of operations including safety, cleanliness, and professionalism of staff. Complete employee evaluations. Electronically monitor schedules from pool managers. Monitor and evaluate online time-keeping reports. Perform database entries for tracking certifications and registrations. Attend weekly and monthly meetings with staff and clients. Must work the days and hours necessary to perform all assigned responsibilities and tasks. As needed, be on-call to assist pool managers with questions or concerns as they arise at the facilities-including personnel concerns, water quality issues, customer interactions and operational issues. Other duties as assigned by Executive Division Manager.
Qualifications: At least two years' experience in managing aquatic facilities is required. The ideal candidate will be trained in aquatic facility management and possess a basic knowledge of operation of pool mechanical systems. Candidates should have the mechanical aptitude to inspect, troubleshoot and detect pool mechanical and operational issues. Individuals will also have an opportunity to work with many different municipal and private aquatic facilities in and around the Kansas City metro area. Must possess an appropriate, valid driver's license and maintain insurability. Possession of or ability to obtain within 6 months Certified Pool Operator CPO and Lifeguard Training Instructor certifications is desirable.
Benefits: Competitive Salary, Health, Dental and Life Insurance, Paid Vacation and Holidays, Retirement Plan, Car Allowance