Available Seasonal/Temporary Positions

Now accepting applications for 2021 Aquatic Center positions!


The Spring Hill Aquatic Center is known for its considerate, enthusiastic, dependable staff members who work together to create a positive, safe experience for guests. 

By joining this winning team, you can earn money, meet new friends, have fun and gain valuable work experience!

Team members are hired on a seasonal basis for each operating season (late May through late August). Applicants must be available for the entire season, including evenings and weekends.

Returning seasonal employees receive a pay incentive equal to an extra $0.25 per year of employment with the City. In addition, all employees are eligible for an end-of-season bonus.

The application window is open until all positions are filled. Applications can be completed here.
  1. Assistant Manager
  2. Lifeguard
  3. Deck Attendant
  4. Front Desk/Concession Worker
  5. Swim Instructor 

Assistant Pool Managers


Assistant Managers are responsible for the supervision of pool personnel, training of lifeguard staff, regular pool maintenance, operational activities, and record keeping. This position maintains and improves facilities and programs and resolves staff and patron issues. Salary begins at $11 per hour and is a non-exempt position. No City residency required. 

Must be at least 17 years of age with two years of similar experience. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required. Must be able to read, write and count. Employee must possess a valid driver's license. American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor and/or Water-park Instructor certifications, WSI, and Blood Pathogens certification are preferred. A CPO (Certified Pool Operator) or AFO (Aquatic Facility Operator) certification is preferred. Ability to use the cash register is required. 

Essential duties include: 
  • Supervise, motivate, train, and evaluate lifeguard, front desk and concession staff on applicable emergency and operating skills, applicable equipment and software. Work with employees to identify and resolve problems, assign projects and programmatic areas of responsibility, review and evaluate work methods and procedures. Upon approval of the Aquatics Manager implement discipline procedures. Must be readily visible on the deck and in the facility.
  • Performs duties as a lifeguard, front desk and concession stand as required and/or scheduled.
  • Assists in planning, directing and organizing all activities of the aquatic facility. Supervise pool personnel and the daily operation of the pools.  Coordinates schedules for aquatic staff daily and during special events. 
  • Observe and assist in communication and enforcement of policies and procedures to staff and the public to promote safety. Resolve sensitive, significant and controversial issues from personnel and patrons, while promoting friendly and courteous attitudes. Displays the knowledge, and can initiate and perform the Emergency Action Plan, including all procedures and skills.
  • Must be able to comply with, and promote, safety and sanitary regulations according to federal, state, county, local and organizational requirements. Make routine inspections of facilities to determine functionality and safety.  Maintains pool chemicals and pool filtering equipment in a safe operating range as needed. Maintain pool cleanliness.  Perform daily cleaning of the facility and grounds.
  • Complete and verify required reports and records first aid and rescues, accidents, theft, vandalism, payroll, and daily logs accurately and on time.  This individual will report safety incidents to Aquatic Center Manager.
  • Exhibit a high degree of customer service skills and positive attitude with staff and customers at all times and create and maintain good public relations.