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Job Title:
Aquatic Superintendent
Civil Service:
No
FLSA Status:
Exempt
EEO Job Group:
Supervisory
Updated:
October 2014
Last Date
Reviewed:
N/A
 
Position Summary:
Oversees the operations of the aquatics department and programs, including aquatic staff supervision, budget management, and planning.  Coordinates and supervises the day-to-day operation of aquatic programs.  Maintains records, schedules staff, and ensures proper pool maintenance.  Provides swim instruction and lifeguarding as necessary. Reports directly to the Director of Parks and Recreation.
 
Scope of Responsibilities:
  • Manage aquatic programs, complying with all standards and safety procedures.  Responsible for hiring, training, supervising and evaluating staff.
  • Responsible for all aspects of the aquatic center including budgeting, staff training and supervision, scheduling, tracking participation and evaluating effectiveness of staff and programs.
  • Assumes complete ownership over lifeguard coverage from opening to close. Be the primary point of contact for coverage related emergencies. Lifeguard schedule prepared 14 days prior to every month.
  • Plans, organizes and implements swim lesson program.
  • Responsible for indoor and outdoor pool maintenance and operations.
  • Prepare outdoor pool for opening by performing various start-up maintenance tasks.
  • Ensure safety of pool water by chemical testing on a regular basis and making necessary adjustments.
  • Provides monthly training to lifeguards on safety, communication, cleanup and other topics.
  • Develops, produces and disseminates appropriate program information in order to promote aquatic programs to the public and to current members. Includes creating and updating flyers in MS Word and managing files.
  • Provides a comprehensive schedule of programs/events on a year round basis. Includes program development and planning, budgeting, volunteer development, advertisement and event management.
  • Remains current with trends of aquatic programming and developing programs to meet the needs of members. This includes assisting in new business development, including planning and implementing new ideas in the department.
  • Maintains awareness of costs tied to department operations and be prepared to assist in developing and monitoring aquatic budget.
  • Meets routinely with the Director of Parks and Recreation, other programmers and staff as appropriate to coordinate effective provision of events and programs.
  • Develops, manages, and monitors aquatic department budgets.  Assesses and recommends budgeting for facility and equipment needs.
  • Ensures that program areas, equipment and supplies are maintained in an orderly and safe manner.
  • Promotes good will by greeting customers in a friendly, courteous and professional manner.
  • Enables patrons to use facility by selling passes, memberships, and punch cards.
  • Maintains pool & concession supplies by checking inventories anticipating usage, and ordering appropriate supplies. Also to evaluate the concession stand to make sure it is profitable.
  • Enforces policies and procedures.
  • Administers the hiring, disciplining, & firing of lifeguard personnel.
 
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Considerable knowledge of swimming pool operations.
  • Considerable knowledge in the area of aquatic programming.
  • Ability to coordinate, plan and organize schedules, events, and programs.
  • Ability to supervise employees in an effective manner.
  • Skill in the day-to-day operations of aquatic facilities.
  • Ability to use considerable tact and diplomacy in dealing with the public.
  • Ability to handle stressful situations.
  • Ability to lift objects over fifty (50) pounds on a regular basis.
  • Computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, email, file management, and aptitude for learning an event registration system.
 
Education and Experience Required:
  • Graduation from a College or University of recognized standing with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Leisure Studies, or closely related field.
  • Preferred: Three (3) years of experience in the aquatic field with supervisory responsibilities.
  • Preferred: Certification as a Swimming Pool Operator by the National Swimming Pool Foundation. If not already obtained, must be completed within 6 months of start date.
  • Preferred: Lifeguard Instructor certification by the Red Cross. If not already obtained, must be completed within 6 months of start date.
  • Preferred: First Aid and CPR Instructor status certified by the Red Cross. If not already obtained, must be completed within 6 months of start date.
 
Behavioral Expectations:
  • Detailed oriented.
  • Willing to display a considerable amount of tact and diplomacy at all times.
  • Willing to display a high level of organizational commitment at all times.
  • Must be extremely flexible.
  • Must display a high level of enthusiasm at all times.
 
Working Environment:
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to outdoor and indoor environment, as well as regular exposure to hazardous chemicals associated with swimming pool operations.
 
Salary:
  • Starting depending on experience, with possibility of compensation advancement in the future.
  • Benefits: Dental, Vision, Health, IPERS, Cell Phone, family aquatic and rec center membership.
 


Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a national leader as a securities broker/dealer, has an opening in Operations for a full time Brokerage Onboarding Services Specialist. This position consists of assisting in the daily function and activities in the Brokerage Onboarding Operations Department including, but not limited to the duties and responsibilities listed below:
 
•             Professional presentation to New Transitioning Rep/Advisors and Admin staff of CIR Operations and clearing firm policies and procedures
•             Communicates internal policies and procedures in a timely manner; timely communication of external clearing firm policies and procedures to representatives and informs management of potential violations in a timely manner.
•             Continually develop and implement new and improved procedures to make service process as streamlined and beneficial to our customers as possible.
•             Professionally answers, trouble shoots and problem-solves incoming telephone, voice mail, e-mail and occasionally in-person requests for assistance from the company’s existing registered representatives, new representatives, recruits and staff.
•             Assistance to the Supervisor and/or Team Lead of Operations with various tasks and duties as needed.
•             Monitor work flow to identify and report any volume issues to team lead or supervisor.
•             Cross train and back up other positions within Brokerage Transition and cover other responsibilities as needed and directed by team lead or supervisor.
•             Handle escalated issues regarding New Transitioning Reps.
•             Monitor work quality and report any concerns to team lead or supervisor in a timely manner.
•             Ensure the readiness of essential equipment used in the department.
 
Non-Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
•             Other duties and projects as assigned
•             Be available at the direction of a supervisor to cross-train or assist in another department or position as needed.
•             Assist with miscellaneous projects as identified by management
 
 
This position requires a High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and basic accounting software.  Typing 40 wpm.

Apply online at www.cir2.com/careers
 

Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a national leader as a securities broker/dealer, has an opening in Operations for a full time Imaging and Document Services Indexing Coordinator.
 
This position consists of effectively assisting in the daily function and activities which support the Operations Department including, but not limited to the duties and responsibilities listed below:
 
•              Accurate and timely indexing of work items in the workflow system.
•               Timely follow-up with representatives on “not in good order” items.
•               Effectively assist in the preparation of procedures and bulletins as directed by the Supervisor of Operations Support.
•               Effectively train new team members at the direction of the Supervisor of Imaging and Document Services.
•               Communicates internal policies and procedures, as well as external clearing firm policies and procedures to representatives and informs management of potential violations.
•               Continually develop and implement new and improved procedures to make service processes as streamlined and beneficial to our customers as possible.
•               Courteous and professional contact when answering questions, trouble shooting and problem-solving whether via incoming telephone, voice mail, e-mail or occasional in-person requests for assistance from the company’s existing registered representatives, new representatives, recruits and staff.
•               Assistance to the Supervisor of Imaging and Document Services with various tasks and duties.
 
This position requires a High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook).  Typing 40 wpm.

Apply online at www.cir2.com/careers

"Are you looking for a career where you can learn, grow, and be challenged?" Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a national leader as a securities broker/dealer, has an opening in the Partner Support Center for a full time Partner Support Representative.
This position is responsible for assisting Registered Representatives and clients by acting as the help desk for all aspects of Cambridge Investment Research and acting as a liaison between Financial Professional and the firm. This includes but is not limited to, answering incoming customer requests for information and resolution of issues at the point of contact. If an issue requires research or follow-up, the Service Representative will follow written procedures and direction set by Management. Also includes assisting in the daily function and activities in the department including, but not limited to the duties and responsibilities listed below:
·Work and cooperate within the team to provide “World Class” service to each caller including being available to answer inbound calls during regular business hours and assigned shifts. 
·Develop a high knowledge level of two areas of expertise as directed/assigned by Management and an overall knowledge of Cambridge Investment Research policies and procedures, as well as Industry related rules and regulations.
·Cross-train and assist other team members as necessary.
·Special projects as assigned or directed by CSI Management or Team Leader.
·Timely communication with other departments to resolve customer issues as they relate to those areas of responsibility.
·Answers, trouble shoots & problem solves incoming telephone, voicemail and email requests for assistance from the company’s existing Registered Representatives, new representatives, recruits & staff in a professional, courteous, timely & efficient manner.
·Accurately log each call received in a timely manner and then, when appropriate, open accurate and timely electronic inquires (service tickets)
·Act as a resource for Representatives & clients by answering service related questions.
·Communicates internal policies and procedures, as well as external policies & procedures to representatives and informs management of potential violations in a timely manner.
·Adhere to all Service Level Standards set by the team.
 
This position requires a High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or 6 months of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Customer Service experience preferred.  Computer skills required include product software, database software, e-mail, internet software, spreadsheets, order processing and word-processing. Typing skills in the 40 wpm range.

Apply online at www.cir2.com/careers


The Accounting Department has a full time opening for a Staff Accountant.  Primary responsibilities include preparing journal entries, reconciling accounts for month-end close, and preparing reports for management when requested.  This position will be responsible for monthly bank reconciliations and preparation and reconciliation of the fixed asset schedule.  The ideal candidate will possess strong analytical skills, attention to detail, and the ability to meet deadlines.  This position requires an Associate’s degree or equivalent; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  
Apply online at www.cir2.com/careers