Lifeguard I and II
Competition # V1326
Gibsons and Sechelt Aquatic Facilities
Closing Date: Friday, January 1, 2021 at 4:30 PM
Bordered by rugged mountains on one side and the Georgia Strait on the other, the Sunshine Coast is situated on a peninsula between Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet in the traditional territory of the shíshálh and Skwxwú7mesh First Nations. Known for its mild winters, beautiful surroundings, arts, recreation, culture, and home to about 30,000 year-round residents, the Sunshine Coast is not only a preferred tourist destination, it is a great place to live, work and play.
The Sunshine Coast Regional District is currently inviting applications for the position of Lifeguard (part-time) at the Gibsons and Sechelt Aquatic Facilities. Working within a community development philosophy, this position provides life-guarding services to the patrons and performs administrative and janitorial duties. As Lifeguard II, this position acts as senior shift lifeguard. This is a bargaining unit position and the wage rate is as follows depending on the work assigned:
- Lifeguard I: $22.42 per hour
- Lifeguard II: $26.73 per hour
- Satisfactory results from a RCMP Criminal Records Check are required.
- Must be available to work weekdays and weekends, including early mornings and evenings; includes before and after school shifts as required.
- Incumbents must be able to work at both the Gibsons and Sechelt Aquatic Facilities.
This part-time position includes an additional $2.95 per hour cash-in-lieu of benefits upon the successful completion of a four-month probationary period with the SCRD.
Applications for this position must include a current resume, a cover letter quoting the competition number and proof of education/certification submitted via email to Human Resources by the closing date and time shown above. Qualification requirements including formal education, training, experience and other skills and knowledge can be found in the job description available with SCRD website posting at www.scrd.ca/employment.
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