He angitūtanga : The opportunity
Our pool and leisure facilities are more popular than ever and as Lifeguard for Lloyd Elsmore Pool and Leisure Centre, you will play a key part in ensuring that all customers not only have a fantastic experience but a safe one.
Your main responsibilities will include :
He kōrero mōu : About you
You'll have a passion for aquatics but also excellent communication skills, maturity, and resilience. You'll be making a difference in our local community by motivating people to be active while helping to provide a safe environment in which to do so.
Being practically minded as you spot people in difficulty and using your initiative will be key.
Ideally, you hold a current First Aid Certificate as well as a current Pool Lifeguard Practising Certificate, however, we can also support you with training to help you obtain these.
The centre operates 7 days a week, so reliability and commitment to working early, late and weekend shifts are crucial.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou : What we offer
In this challenging and rewarding role, you'll be joining a team of energetic individuals who are passionate about promoting healthy living and making a difference in our local community.
We can provide you with plenty of opportunities to upskill, including training in leadership, and the opportunity to be trained in different functions like swim school, fitness, recreation, and customer service.
In addition to our Auckland Council benefits, as a Leisure Centre employee, you will enjoy free use of the facilities.
We currently have two full-time positions available . We are looking for reliable and commited individuals, who can work on roster where shifts can vary from early starts, late nights and weekends.
To find out more about Lloyd Elsmore Pool and Leisure Centre, please visit .
Our Centres play a fundamental role in our goal to "Get Active Your Way". If you are passionate about fitness, wellbeing, and aquatic safety, then come help us make this goal a reality!
Applications close on Sunday, 6th of Feb
Auckland Council is committed to the protection and wellbeing of children. This role is classified as a Children's Worker role under the Vulnerable Children Act 2014.
As such applicants will be required to undergo police vetting prior to commencing employment.