Know a college student looking for a job? Clark County Parks and Recreation (CCPR) is now accepting applications for certified Red Cross lifeguards for morning or mid-shifts. If you're not already a certified lifeguard, Clark County can help you get certified.
Duties for CCPR Lifeguards include: maintaining constant observation/supervision of patrons in Clark County Aquatic Facilities, make quick decisions on situations as they arise to secure safety of patrons, provide emergency care until the arrival of emergency medical services, perform various maintenance duties to maintain a clean and safe environment, prepares various reports in a timely manner and performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
This is the perfect job for college students that is a fun, exciting, and rewarding resume builder. The job goes year-round, which can help pay for school expenses. Pay begins at $9.50 per hour.
Applicants who have a valid American Red Cross lifeguard certification can fill out an application by going here. Completed applications can be sent to CCAquatics@clarkcountynv.gov.
For more information about becoming a lifeguard for Clark County Parks and Recreation, please call (702) 455-1708.