Employment

We are now taking Applications for the following 2018 Summer Positions:

Submit application & resume by mail or drop off: 58 Barre Street Montpelier VT, 05602
Montpelier Recreation is an equal opportunity employer. Apply by March 30th 2018.

Pool Director:

A Pool Director employed with Montpelier Recreation Department is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of those using the Community swimming pool. Their major responsibility is to supervise the total operation of the pool and swimming program. They are also to observe staff and swimmers to enforce regulations in the guarding of life and the prevention of accidents at the Department’s Swimming Pool.  Secondly, it is the Director’s responsibility to maintain the health and well-being of the public while visiting the pool.  Duties include but are not limited to: supervising and delegating the responsibilities of bathhouse cleanliness, and keeping the pool clean with daily maintenance. Also they must feel confidence in testing water chemical levels on a daily routine. The Director is also to maintain good public relations with the community and pool users.
Age 18+ with Red Cross Lifeguard Certification. Ideal for someone who is looking for consistent summer employment from year to year. 
Should have previous management experience


Pool Assistant Director:

An Assistant Pool Director employed with Montpelier Recreation Department is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of those using the Community swimming pool. Their major responsibility is to act as the Director during the director’s absence and assume all responsibilities of the director.  They are also to observe swimmers and enforce regulations in the guarding of life and the prevention of accidents at the Department’s Swimming Pool.  Secondly, it is the Assistant Director’s responsibility to maintain the health and well-being of the public while visiting the pool.  Duties include but are not limited to: supervising and delegating the responsibilities of bathhouse cleanliness, and keeping the pool clean with daily maintenance. Also they must feel confidence in testing water chemical levels on a daily routine. The Assistant Director is also required to be a lifeguard on chair on days not filling in for the Director.

 
Age 18+ with Red Cross Lifeguard Certification


Lifeguard:

A Lifeguard employed with Montpelier Recreation Department is responsible for the 

health, safety and welfare of those using the Community swimming pool. A Lifeguard’s major responsibility is to observe swimmers and enforce regulations in the guarding of life and the prevention of accidents at the Department’s Swimming Pool Other duties include but are not limited to: customer service, bathhouse cleanliness, and keeping the pool clean with daily maintenance.
Age 15+ with Red Cross Lifeguard Certification

Clerk:
​A Pool Clerk employed with the Montpelier Recreation Department is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of those using the Community swimming pool.  The Pool Clerks major responsibility is to take admission fees, run concession stand, sell swim passes and make other financial transactions, including nightly cash outs when required. Other duties include but are not limited to: bathhouse cleanliness, and keeping the pool clean with daily maintenance.

Day Camp Counselors:
The Montpelier Recreation Department is accepting Day Camp Counselor applications for our Summer Day Camp Program.  These are seasonal full-time positions. The season goes from June 18th through August 17, 2018. The Counselor is responsible for planning, teaching, coordinating, and carrying out activities and guiding campers in their personal growth and day to day interactions at our licensed childcare facility.  Minimum qualifications are: must be 18 years of age by June 10th.  Please include resume and 3 letters of reference with your application. 

Seasonal Maintenance Staff:
The Montpelier Recreation Department is accepting applications for seasonal full-time parks maintenance laborers. The season goes from the end of April to the middle or end of October depending on weather.   Typical work week is 40 hours per week. Work involves cutting and trimming grass, landscaping, cleaning restrooms, light building maintenance, pick up litter, removing trash, cleaning courts and skate park surface, preparing athletic fields for afternoon and evening use, and other similar assignments. Minimum qualifications are: high school diploma or GED, valid driver’s license, and ability to lift and carry 75-pounds. Starting pay depends on experience.