Calvert County

(SEA) Water Park Assistant Manager – Cove Point

Job Description:

The Water Park Assistant Manager is a seasonal position located at Cove Point Pool. This position is responsible for assisting in the overall operation of Cove Point Pool to include water quality testing, supervising lifeguards, general maintenance, money handling, pump room readings, and handling customer complaints and staff communications. This position follows a shift work schedule – Cove Point Pool ranges in hours of operation from 6am – 8pm. This position is required to hold a current American Red Cross Lifeguarding, CPR/AED, and First Aid certification as well as a Maryland Pool Operators License.

Assists Manager with overall operation of multiple swimming pools including water quality, supervision of lifeguards, collection of fees, work schedules, and general maintenance and cleaning.

This is a summer position in the Recreation Division. Assistant Pool Manager reports to Division Chief, Aquatics Supervisor and Pool Manager. Supervises Lifeguards.

Essential Job Functions

Assists the manager in the overall operation of the pools, water slides, water park features, and concession stand.

Responsible for all aspects of pool operation in the absence of the manager.

Supervises lifeguarding staff.

Monitors and tests water quality levels; makes corrections as necessary.

Performs routine cleaning of the pool, bathhouse, and related areas.

Collects entry fees.

Completes reports relating to fees, attendance, and water quality as required by the Recreation Division and Health Department.

Enforces all rules and regulations as they relate to pool safety.

Opens and closes the pool as instructed.

Performs lifeguarding duties.

Other Job Duties (Duties listed are not intended to be all inclusive nor to limit duties that might reasonably be assigned.)

Attends weekly training sessions.

Performs related duties as required.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (These are pre-employment KSA that apply only to Essential Job Functions.)

Knowledge of-

  • Pool operations and sanitation.

Ability to-

  • Supervise the work of others.
  • Deal effectively with the public.

Required Qualifications (Note: Any acceptable combination of education, training and relevant experience that provides the above knowledge, abilities and skills may be substituted on a full-time year for year basis.)

Training and/or Education:

High School diploma or GED equivalent, or current enrollment as a high school student.


One year of experience as a lifeguard.

Licenses or Certificates:

Current Maryland Pool Operator’s license; current American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certificate.

Special Requirements:

Must be age 18 or have work permit.

Subject to background investigation.

Physical Demands:

Work requires medium to heavy physical effort.

Unusual Demands:


FLSA Status:


Compensation Steps:

H10: $19.60 per hour

Parks & Recreation

Seasonal position

Position closing date: Continuous

Please Note: A complete application is required to be considered for a position within Calvert County Government. All prior work experience, education, and other certifications should be entered into the application and supplemental questions should be answered completely. Attachments are not provided to hiring managers unless you are selected for an interview.

Accommodations will be made for individuals with disabilities upon reasonable notice. County application required.

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