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Aquatic Facility Supervisor


Listing Summary

The City of Fairburn has the following position available:

                                         Aquatic Facility Supervisor

                                        $12.48 per hour

STATUS:               Part-time seasonal, up to 30 hours per week


BENEFITS:           There are no group benefits associated with this position


SCHEDULE:        Varies, hours are Monday – Sunday, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm


POSITION SUMMARY:  The Aquatics Facility Supervisor performs administrative duties to assure a safe and efficient aquatic program and facility.  This includes direct supervision of Aquatic personnel and programs as well as taking an active role as an instructor, lifeguard, cashier, and aquatic maintenance. 




  • Provide supervision of the pool and aquatic programs.
  • Schedule the staff for lifeguard and instructor duties.
  • Prepare pools for opening and closing, as needed.
  • Monitor the facility operating schedule and make recommendations for changes in operating hours and/or staff hours as needed to the Parks and Recreation Director for approval.
  • Train new lifeguards and instructors and provide in-service training to current staff members.
  • Perform duties of lifeguard and swim lessons instructor.
  • Handle and resolve the public’s concerns or complaints at the pool. 
  • Report all incidents to the Parks and Recreation Director concerning major problems, accidents, or incidents.
  • Responsible for collecting and securing all monies for pool and aquatic programs.
  • Reserve and register patrons for events and pool activities using ACTIVE Net.
  • Perform other related duties, as assigned.




  • Two years (or seasons) experience as a supervisor of lifeguards.
  • Possess a valid Georgia driver’s license and DMV record.
  • Satisfactory background and credit screening.




  • American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI)
  • Lifeguard Instructor Course (LGI)
  • AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
  • CPR
  • First Aid





  • Knowledge of aquatic facility supervision and administration.   
  • Knowledge of pool filtration, sanitary systems, and pool chemistry.
  • Knowledge of cash handling and cash control.
  • Skilled as a lifeguard and swim instructor.
  • Ability to set the example in personal appearance and uniform and enforces the same of the pool staff.
  • Ability to supervise pool and aquatic programs.
  • Ability to operate aquatic program and facility safely and efficiently.
  • Ability to use ACTIVE Net registration software, and other standard office equipment.
  • Ability to provide instruction and guidance to facility personnel regarding aquatic programs.
  • Ability to manage and schedule staff regarding their duties.
  • Ability to prepare pools for opening and closing.
  • Ability to train new lifeguards and instructors and to provide in-service training to staff.


Supervisory Controls: The incumbent receives work assignments from the Recreation Coordinator and/or Parks and Recreation Director.


Guidelines: Guidelines include, in addition to adherence to City Personnel Policy, Federal, State and local laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards.


Complexity:  Work requires analysis and judgment in accomplishing diversified duties. Work requires the exercise of independent thinking within the limits of guidelines, policies, standards, and precedents.


Scope and Effect:  The purpose of this position is to perform duties to assure a safe and efficient aquatic program and facility.


Personal Contacts:  Contacts are typically with coworkers, the public, city employees, elected officials, and other local governmental officials.


Purpose of Contacts:  Contacts are typically for providing aquatic program and facility services.


Physical Demands:  The incumbent is regularly required to perform duties that require manual dexterity involved with swimming and instruction of the same, in addition to physical demands of lifeguard duties.  Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds.


Work Environment:  The work is typically performed outdoors at the pool facility or in an office for associated administrative functions.


Supervisory and Management Responsibility:  This position has supervision over seasonal Aquatic personnel and programs. 

To apply for this position go to our website Should you have any questions contact Abril Montano in the HR Department 770 964-2244 x111.

This position will close on 07/12/2021

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