Aquatics Job Opportunities

The City of Temecula is looking for dedicated, hard-working, water-oriented people (at least 16 years of age) to work as lifeguards and/or water safety instructors for the summer season. We will be seeking qualified individuals for Lifeguard, Water Safety Instructor,  Senior Guard, and Cashier positions.

Available Positions


Applications will be posted in early 2019 and close April 8, 2019.

Lifeguard*
Supervises patrons in and around the water during open swim, lap swim and swim lessons.  (Must have an American Red Cross Lifeguarding/CPR/AED/First Aid certification).

Water Safety Instructor

Plans, coordinates and teaches learn-to-swim and water safety courses.  (Must have a Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification by May 31, 2019).

Senior Lifeguard*

Supervises patrons in and around the water during open swim, lap swim and swim lessons and plans, coordinates and teaches learn-to-swim and water safety courses. (Must have a current American Red Cross Lifeguarding/CPR/AED/First Aid 
certification AND Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification or obtain by May 31, 2019).

Cashier

Maintains the entrance to the pool facility by greeting customers, taking admission fees and distributing wristbands.

*Must attend tryouts to be eligible for a position as a Lifeguard or Sr. Lifeguard.
 See below.

Tryout Information


Must attend tryouts to be eligible for a position as a Lifeguard or Sr. Lifeguard.
For our selection process, we conduct a tryout first, then conduct interviews the following week, and then make final selections.

Tryout Criteria


The following is the tryout criteria that will be tested on the tryout date. If you are unable to successfully complete any portion, you will not be eligible for a position. You must have already completed an application online to tryout.
  1. Swim 100 yards in under 1 minute and 45 seconds
  2. Tread water for 3 minutes using legs only
  3. Swim 20 yards, surface dive to 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10 pound brick and swim 20 yards back to starting point
  4. Rescue an active and submerged victim, remove the victim from the pool, and perform CPR on a mannequin directly after the rescue
  5. A written test covering Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED For The Professional Rescuer, First Aid, and Title 22 information

Qualifications


The following certifications are required and must be current. Please include a photo copy of the front and back (if applicable) to the tryout.
X = Required
D = Desired

  Lifeguard Water Safety Instructor Senior Lifeguard Cashier
American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguarding/CPR/AED/First Aid X
X  
ARC Advanced First Aid (Title 22) D
D  
ARC Administering Emergency Oxygen D
D  
ARC Bloodborne Pathogens D
D  
ARC Water Safety Instructor   X X  

If you have any other applicable certifications, please bring those as well.

What to Bring to Tryouts


Make sure you have the following items with you on tryout day.
  • Bathing suit and towel
  • Copies of your certifications
  • Pen and pencil
  • Your pocket mask