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Aquatics Manager



Under general direction of the Assistant Director, Fitness Facilities, this position develops and manages the operations, facilities, and programming of the Aquatics unit at UCSF.  The incumbent is responsible for program planning and management, coordinating staff scheduling, facility operations, managing risk and safety, and program promotions as it relates to the identified program area. This position performs in-depth analysis and works as a team or independently to administer complex existing projects/programs and contributes to service enhancements/improvements.  The incumbent must be aware of current industry trends and have field experience.  Incumbent will design safe and effective programs, implement and supervise said programs for UCSF students, Fitness & Recreation members, and the UCSF community; and perform other duties as assigned including but not limited to maintenance and management of equipment and facilities.

The position is independently responsible for overseeing pool chemical and maintenance by UCSF Facility Services, engineering team, Fitness and Recreation Building Maintenance Workers, and outside pool service vendor.  Overseeing pool chemical maintenance and pool mechanical maintenance. 

The position is responsible for oversight of required certifications for Aquatics staff for lifeguards and instructors.  These include the following for lifeguards:

CPR/AED for Lifeguards, validity period one year, course time is 5 hours
Lifeguarding and First Aid Training, validity period three years, course time 32.5 hours
First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22), validity period three years, course time 15 hour


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Assistant GM of Aquatics, Sports, and Special Events

Stanford’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (“DAPER”) is the premier intercollegiate athletics and recreation program in the country. We are the proud Home of Champions and support the university’s physical education, recreation and wellness initiatives.

Aligned with the pioneering spirit of Stanford University, Stanford Recreation and Wellness is committed to bold and purposeful engagement. We ignite a culture of belonging and wellbeing through movement, adventure, play, and learning. Our fifty full-time staff and over 400 part-time staff manage eight recreation facilities at one of the world’s most beautiful universities.

Hosting over a million visits annually, we work cohesively, lead with courage, and pursue and revere excellence. We are building a community that is inclusive and a diverse team that is committed to excellence. We take risks. We are willing to lead. We do the right thing. We create innovative solutions. We develop our employees. We promote a culture of gratitude and recognition. We have fun. If that sounds like you, join us.


Reporting to the Stanford Redwood City (SWRC) Recreation and Wellness Center General Manager, the Assistant General Manager of Aquatics, Sports, and Special Events oversees the execution of the day-to-day operation of the SRWC pool and the development and management of aquatics, sports and special events.


Recreation Coordinator (Aquatics)

City of Novato

Application Deadline: 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Do you have aquatics experience?  Do you enjoy providing recreational programs to youth, teens, adults and seniors?   


If so, we hope you will consider becoming a valuable member of the Parks, Recreation & Community Services team who are dedicated to enriching the quality of life in Novato through its recreation programs, facilities and special events.

$57,019.68 - $69,307.68 Annually


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Recreation Coordinator (Aquatics)

City of Sacramento

Application Deadline: 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, February 4, 2023

Under the general supervision this position is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day operations for City-wide aquatics facilities and programming.  Responsibilities include determining the use of facilities ensuring quality customer service and safe facilities for guests.

This is the advanced journey-level class in Aquatics Recreation series responsible for leading and supervising a group of seasonal staff in providing support of the Aquatics Program. The work involves the coordinating, scheduling, and assignment of multiple concurrent activities. This classification is distinguished from Aquatics Recreation Supervisor in that the latter is responsible for the overall planning, the leadership, supervision and developing and monitoring assigned budget for City-wide Aquatics Program. 

$48,532.34 - $68,289.88 Annually


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