Assistant Aquatics Supervisor

Sacramento/Metro Area
Until filled or until 100 applicants
$12.73-$14.04 Hourly

Please review the special instructions before applying for this job opportunity.


600 East A Street Dixon, 95620


This position is open until filled and may close when a sufficient number of applications have been received. Applications will be reviewed weekly until the position has been filled.

The City of Dixon Recreation and Community Services Department is accepting applications for one (1) position of Assistant Aquatics Supervisor for the 2018 Aquatics Season.

This position organizes, leads, supervises and performs all aquatic activities as related to the management and operation of the City of Dixon swimming pool in the absence of the Aquatics Supervisor. Performs regular lifeguard duties, organizes and instructs swim classes. Performs related and other work as required.

The Assistant Aquatics Supervisor has responsible charge of all aquatics activities in the absence of the Aquatics Supervisor. This is a first line supervisor with responsibility for scheduling, training and evaluating subordinate employees; as well as resolving complaints and maintaining good public relations. The work requires a considerable degree of independent judgment, initiative and tact.

This is a temporary/seasonal position working the Aquatic Season through the end of October 2018. Staff can average between 30-40 hours per week based on the season, needs of the program, and staff availability.  Staff may be required to work weekends and holidays.

This position is subject to random controlled substance testing and/or breath alcohol testing.

Exam Process: A limited number of candidates whose applications indicate that they, among those competing, are better qualified in terms of related education, training and experience will be invited to participate in a interview process. The most qualified candidates from this process will be placed on an employment eligibility list. Note: the examination process may be changed as deemed necessary.

Employment Processing: Those selected are subject to subject to pre-employment drug testing and fingerprinting. In accordance with Federal law, an employee must provide proof of identity and legal right to work in the United States.

Veteran’s Preference Points: Veteran’s Preference points will be applied. A copy of the DD214 form must be filed at the time of application.  Please submit any and all documents as one (1) PDF.

The City of Dixon is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / FEDERAL AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Reasonable Accommodation in the application, examination and selection process will be made upon request by calling (707) 678-7000.



Ideal Candidate

Any combination equivalent to experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

Education: Completion of the twelfth grade or the equivalent.

Experience: One year experience at a swimming pool as an instructor and lifeguard. Experience in pool management and supervising employees is desirable.

Other Requirements: Assistant Aquatics Supervisor must have current certificates in Lifeguard Training/First Aid, CPR/AED for lifeguards, and First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title22). Water Safety Instructor certificate is desirable, but not mandatory. Employees in this classification may be subject to alcohol and drug testing. Adhering to the City's Drug and Alcohol Policy is a condition of employment.



 Temporary/Seasonal Compensation Plan

Special Instructions



To Apply:  Complete an on-line employment application through CalOpps.  Possession of certificate(s) are required, please submit copies on-line with application as a PDF file. Without proper certification you will not be allowed to continue in the recruitment process.

Candidates must complete:

  • On-line application

Candidates must submit:

  • Lifeguard Training/First Aid
  • CPR-AED for Lifeguards
  • First Aid for the Public Safety Personnel (Title 22)

            Possession of a Water Safety Instructor (WSI) is highly desirable.

Applicants will not be invited to continue in the selection process without a complete packet.

You must submit documents electronically to your application as a PDF file.

The most qualified candidates whose applications indicate that they, among those completing, are better qualified in terms of related training and experience will be considered.


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