Available Seasonal/Temporary Positions

Now accepting applications for 2020 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. Aquatic Center Manager
  2. Assistant Manager
  3. Lifeguard
  4. Deck Attendant
  5. Front Desk/Concession Worker
  6. Swim Instructor

Aquatic Center Manager

Under the supervision of the Facility Manager, the Aquatic Center Manager is responsible for the on-site leadership of the overall daily operations of the Aquatic Center. This position is responsible for overall on-site operational leadership which includes hiring, training and supervising team members. This position is also expected to maintain necessary records and produce required reports. In addition, this position will maintain and improve facility programs, create and maintain public awareness as well as provide regular pool maintenance including chemicals. Delivering exceptional customer service in a fun and fast-paced environment, and proudly serving our members and guests, are factors of success for this position.

Salary begins at $13.50 per hour and is a non-exempt position. No City residency required. Must be at least 19 years of age with two years of similar experience. Previous pool supervisory experience is preferred.

Essential Duties

  • Recommends new hires based on City procedures. Prepares training manuals, conducts staff training, establishes goals for staff development, conducts disciplinary performance reviews and writes and communicates annual performance appraisals.
  • Accurate record keeping of staff time, registrations, attendance to facilities, daily receipts and bank deposits, equipment and facility maintenance, facility safety and accident records, food safety and any reporting necessary for local, state and federal reporting. 
  • Makes decisions critical to the safety of facility patrons.
  • Responsible for group swim lessons and private swim lessons at the aquatic center to include communicating to participants guardians, scheduling instructors, communicating with the YMCA and being present at the facility during swim lessons.
  • Complies with and enforces federal, state, local, City rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Ensures the safety and security of facilities and programs for participants, staff and self while complying with all known safety, health, and governmental regulations requiring ongoing review of regulations affecting areas of responsibility.
  • Responsible for proper safe food storage, handling and preparation.
  • Responsible for safely storing and controlling chemicals for the Spring Hill Aquatic Center.
  • Monitor chemical feeder and tests water for proper chemical balance and adds chemicals to maintain proper swimming conditions.
  • Assist in planning and organizing staff workloads and assignments; schedules, trains, motivates and evaluates assigned staff.
  • Oversees maintenance of pool. Reports deficiencies to supervisor or Parks staff personnel.
  • Works as a lifeguard, admissions or concessions staff as needed or required.
  • Performs minor maintenance on equipment or notifies maintenance personnel of emergencies and equipment failures.
  • Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering the phone and questions, running errands, picking up supplies, conducting classes, making arrangements for rental and aquatic use, helping set up for classes, events, cabana parties, etc.
  • Responsible for the aquatic facility equipment, cash, and assets, etc.
  • Constant daily interaction with the general public, co-workers, and supervisory personnel.
  • Efficient and professional communication with staff and patrons.
  • 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.
  • Obey and comply with all City ordinances and policies.  Performs other duties as deemed necessary or assigned.

Duties, responsibilities, scheduling, shift assignments and work location, may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.

Education and Experience

A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required. Employee must possess a valid driver’s license. Must be able to read, write and count. Ability to use the cash register is required. Current certification for the American Red Cross Lifeguard or American Red Cross Lifeguard Management and First Aid, CPR/AED are required or must be able to obtain prior to employment date.