Friday, June 24, 2022

With a summer of swimming ahead, City of Prince Rupert looks to fill some spots in the Lifeguard chair

As the final days of school arrive and summer plans begin to shape up, the City of Prince Rupert is continuing on with the search for qualified Lifeguards for the Earl May Aquatic Centre.

For those who frequent the Centre, the opportunities to take a dip into the pool can be challenging with recent notices through the Prince Rupert Recreation Facebook page noting of reduced capacity owing to challenging staffing situations.

Towards easing some of those challenges, two Employment Notices currently make for entries on the City of Prince Rupert Jobs Listings.

The scope of the duties and what's required for the posts can be reviewed below:

Lifeguard Instructor I or II (Open until filled)

Lifeguard Casual/On Call (Open until filled)

The quest for additional Aquatic Centre staff comes as the summer swim program prepares for launch. 

You can review all of the Recreation Programs available this summer from the Recreation Guide online here.

More notes on Labour themes with the City can be reviewed from our archive page.

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