Becoming a Maintenance Technician
Have you always been a person who enjoys hands-on work, and likes working with machines and equipment? Becoming an Aquatic Maintenance Tech might be the job for you! Even if you don’t have any previous experience in aquatic maintenance, our experts will train you.
ILTP Lifeguard License or Equivalent
Will Train Applicant:
Enrolled/Graduated High School or Equivalent
I. JOB SUMMARY
Provide general cleaning and maintenance tasks at JEM managed properties in alignment with brand and client standards.
II. DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Must consistently perform the following duties:
- Provide general oversight and supervision for client aquatic facility operations by enforcing safety rules and supervising/protecting guests/swimmers, rendering first aid/emergency care and lifeguard performance expectations.
- Communicate clearly, professionally, and proactively with coworkers and management staff.
- Provide basic cleaning services such as brushing, skimming, vacuuming (manual and automatic), scrubbing, trash collection, etc.
- Provide basic maintenance services such as changing of equipment, minor repairs and upkeep, etc.
- Provide basic chemical maintenance including moving, measuring, dosing, and cleaning with chemicals.
- Assume responsibility for all chemical, mechanical, and technological equipment signed out by or provided to staff.
- Complete all reports as required including chemical logs, maintenance logs, checklists, etc.
- Ensure all brand and client standards are met or exceeded.
- Perform all other duties as assigned.
III. REQUIRED TRAINING/EXPERIENCE
- CPO or Pool Primer
- Pool, Spa, Hot Tub Safety
- Slips, Trips, and Falls
- Safe Driving
- Back Safety
- Emergency Action Plan
- Eyewash and Safety Shower
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