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Slide Operator – Aquatics – All Branches
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Slide Operator – Aquatics – All Branches
The Slide Operator assits and explains to the members and participants, in a safe, interactive, and fun manner the proper approach to using the water slides in the Aquatic Center. The Slide Operator ensures that the slide rider has fully exited the slide flume before another rider is allowed onto the slide. Additionally, the slide operator checks swimming abilities by verifying neck/wrist band colors, verifies age requirements for parent/child sliders, and assist in an aquatic emergencies by shutting down the slide operations, helping to clear the pools/aquatic center if needed, control by-standers, and provide additional assistance as directed by the lifeguards or leadership.
|Starting Wage Range:||$7.65|
|Proposed Starting Date:||ASAP|
|Must be at least 15 years old. Current CPR certification or ability to obtain certification within 45 days is required. Must have the ability to hear commands in a noisy environment, have 20/20 vision or wear corrective lenses, and be able to readily recognize the differences between red, blue, yellow, and green colors. Must be able to lift 50 lbs and sit or stand for prolonged periods of time in a hot and humid environment. Must have a positive and outgoting personality, strong communication skills, attention to detail, and time management skills.|
|This is a PT position with membership benefits. We have a variety of shifts available within regular operating hours.|
|Application Process:||All interested staff must submit a resume and a letter of interest stating your skills and knowledge that would qualify you for this position. |
External Candidates must complete an application and submit a resume. If you have any questions regarding the position please visit our website at www.ymcatvidaho.org or contact email@example.com.
PRN Aquatics Instructor
JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for friendly service, safety and cleanliness of the Aquatics area. Provides swim instruction (private or group) to members.
JOB REQUIREMENTS: Education: High School or equivalent required. Experience: Minimum 2 years experience as a swim instructor teaching children and adults. Training: Current American Red Cross WSI certification required or must be obtained within 90 days. CPR and First Aid certifications required. License: Personal training certification / license through NCAA- accredited agency preferred. Other: Must process excellent communication, and motivation skills. Must be self-motivated. Must possess competent knowledge of swim instruction and chemical testing skills. Requires active aquatics environmental participation and demonstration of skills and equipment used during aquatics activities. Must be able to provide education to members and to community regarding aquatics programs and aquatic safety.
Job Specifications (Physical & Mental Requirements) External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job specific functions (listed within each job specific responsibility) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by the organization on a case by case basis. If the requirement is not marked, then it is considered not applicable. General Requirements (has the ability to…) Sit
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Stand
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Walk
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Drive
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Bend
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Climb
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Kneel
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Crouch
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Twist
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Maintain Balance
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Reach
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Sensory Requirements (has ability for…) Far Vision
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Near Vision
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Color Vision
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Depth Perception
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Seeing Fine Details
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Hearing Norm Speech
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Hearing Overhead Pages
Occasionally (i.e. Monthly) Telephone use
Occasionally (i.e. Monthly) Mental & Emotional Requirements (ability to…) Cope with high level of stress
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Make decisions under high pressure
Frequently ( i.e. Weekly) Cope with anger/fear/hostility of others in a calm way
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Manage altercations
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Concentrate
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Handle a high degree of flexibility
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Handle multiple priorities in stressful situation
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Work alone
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Demonstrate high degree of patience
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Adapt to shift work
Occasionally (i.e. Monthly) Work in areas that are close and crowded
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Hand Manipulation (ability with…) Simple Grasping
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Firm Grasping
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Fine Manipulation
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Use of Keyboards
Occasionally (i.e. Monthly) Required Lifting (ability to lift…) Up to 10 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) 11 to 24 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) 25 to 34 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) 35 to 50 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Pushing/Pulling (ability to push and pull…) Up to 10 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) 11 to 24 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) 25 to 34 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) 35 to 50 lbs
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Environmental (may be exposed to…) Infectious Diseases
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Chemical Agents
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Extremes in Temperature or Humidity
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Loud Noises
Continually ( i.e. Daily) Pool water chemicals
Continually ( i.e. Daily)
Recreation / Aquatics Coordinator
Brushy Creek is a vibrant active community with 2 seasonal pools and 2 year-round pools. We are seeking an experienced Coordinator to manage our current aquatics programs and classes while developing additional offerings for a dynamic year-round aquatics program.
This position creates, plans, promotes and manages recreational aquatic programs and personnel. We are seeking an individual with demonstrated skills in personnel management, budget preparation, revenue projections, and a strong MS Office computer background.
Bachelor's degree from accredited college in Aquatic Management, Business, Recreation, Physical Education or related field.
Two years experience with operation of aquatics program at supervisor level preferred. We are offering a competitive minimum starting salary of 40K with excellent benefits which include health, dental, vision, life, STD and LTD. Retirement savings offered through TCDRS, a member of the proportionate retirement program along with TMRS, ERS and TRS.
Aquatics Director - Summer Camp
Kids in the Game is dedicated to developing New York City’s youth by providing opportunities through sports and fitness to the schools and communities we serve. Our goal is to develop the next generation of leaders by developing healthy habits, an active lifestyle, and promoting personal growth through play and competition.
During the school year, KING is rooted in dozens of schools around New York City, offering recess, after-school, physical education, early drop off fitness, and sports instruction. In addition, KING operates summer camps, sports clinics (basketball, soccer, volleyball), and special events. During the summer months we trade our whistles for sunglasses and run four day camps across NYC.
Camp Aquatics Director
KING is hiring for an Aquatics Director at 2-4 summer camp locations. The Aquatics Director will go with campers off site during all open swim and swim lesson days. You will be responsible for supervising counselors, lifeguards, swim instructors and campers at the pools. When you are not off site at the pools you will be assisting the camp during field trips and other activities on site.
The Camp Aquatics Director is responsible for overseeing all swimming activities that occur at swimming pools. This person shall supervise lifeguards and other required staff during swimming activities and implement the camp safety plan. Most importantly you will be providing a supportive, safe, and fun environment for the youth of New York City to grow and learn while experiencing the non-stop fun of Summer Camp!
Attend orientations, prepare a general outline for campsite, help formulate camp groups, assign staff to positions, prepare site and conduct staff trainings. Dates TBD but likely Saturdays before camp begins
Ensure that all program equipment and supplies are ordered, available and properly maintained.
Recognize, prevent and correct safety hazards; guard the health and safety of all campers and staff.
Maintains and enforces all camp safety rules and policies, and ensures that safety equipment is in good order and readily available.
Teamwork Makes the Dream Work:
Work to reduce conflict among campers, create a team-friendly environment.
Act as a key player in problem solving with camper issues, discipline and parental concerns. Supervise day camp counselors.
Assume equal responsibility of general housekeeping tasks. This includes bagging trash, campsite clean-up, and bus clean up.
Plan, Plan, Plan:
Demonstrate organizational skills and have a plan. Plan for the known and have a plan for the unknown.
Help Camp Director create and manage the schedules of the staff for swimming.
Responsible for ensuring swim instructors have weekly lesson plan development and implementation.
Play (almost) All Day:
Plan and execute the activities in coordination with the program staff and supervisors.
Empower the camp staff team to deliver and supervise swim activities and functions
Create that Paper Trail:
Document incidents and accidents at the pool by filling out an FYI for parents, and incident Report forms, submit them to Camp Director. Communicate all critical emergencies to Camp Director immediately.
Our Core Coaching Values (Summer Camp Style):
We are Committed: Engage in all camp activities with the campers. Plan and lead small and large group activities for campers during scheduled group times, transitions, or other down times. Get to know the kids, learn their names, be their role model.
We are Present: Be attentive to the physical, social and emotional needs of the campers assigned to your group. Checking your phone can wait, making camp great for kiddos can’t.
We are Positive: Maintain an enthusiastic attitude and serve as a role model. Promote positive and appropriate behavior through speech and action on a daily basis.
We are Prepared: dress appropriately, arrive on time, stay until the end of your shift, attend all appropriate staff meetings, and pre camp training/staff orientation to ensure quality standards are upheld.
We are Ambassadors: It’s simple, live these core KING values every day and you will be our best ambassador. Be proud of your amazing work with today’s youth and know that this work truly matters.
CPR, First Aid and AED certified required
Lifeguard Certification preferred
Lifeguard Management Certification preferred* (must obtain before start of summer)
Bachelor’s degree preferred
Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus
Pass a NY State run background check
Minimum 1+ years professional camp leadership experience – should include experience in youth program development and implementation; swimming operation; staff supervision; work with youth/teens/families, and parent relations
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, participants, parents and caregivers
Ability to communicate effectively and in a timely fashion with participants, families and caregivers, both verbally and non-verbally
Ability to solve practical problems in a variety of situations. Ability to interpret and understand instructions, both written and oral
*Must be committed to working all weeks of camp.
*Other certificate’s may be required for these roles
Camp Dates: June 26th – August 18th; 8 week commitment; no camp on July 3rd or 4th
Camp Hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm (aftercare runs to 6pm; rotation each week)
Upper West Side: School of the Blessed Sacrament
Inwood- Good Shepard School
Riverdale- St. Margaret’s of Cortona
Park Slope- St. Saviour High School
Compensation: Based on experience
Compensation: Based on experience
To apply for the position, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Army Navy Country Club – Aquatics Director
Manage and direct all duties related to the operations of the aquatics facilities at Army Navy Country Club (ANCC) and grow the program(s) across the club for both current and prospective members. Manage and lead a team to ensure a safe, clean and appealing aquatics facilities. Schedule and coordinate swim meets and member social events and activities at, or around, the aquatics facilities in conjunction with the catering staff and the Head Coaches for the Swim Team and Dive Team. Must be organized and have a passion for aquatics, safety, teaching and overall member service. Attention to detail and strong organizational skills are a must. This position works long hours during the season and has a reduced schedule outside of the season.
Job Tasks (Duties):
During swim season (May through September); ANCC work and business shall take precedence, with any and all other activities being on a not-to-interfere basis
Leader, Coach and Mentor
Build, lead, and coach a high functioning aquatics staff to execute in the areas of program service and delivery, swim/dive team performance, and overall member experience
Report status, successes, and areas of opportunity and improvement(s) to GM/COO and Aquatics Committee
Hire, train, and supervise all aquatics staff
Formulate weekly work and rotation schedules for all aquatic employees
Hire and supervise outside vendors and contractors, as required
Including any initial or recurring training for pool staff, such as Red Cross, Pool Ops, Lifeguard certification, initial orientation
Develop means to properly staff aquatics operations with seasonal employees; ensure adequate staff are always available
Maintain all Aquatics finances, including operating and capital costs
Maintain correct payroll records for all staff, including coaches, and instructors
Ensure proper accounting of guest fees, or other fees such as use of facilities by non-ANCC swim/dive teams
Budget for and purchase chemicals and other necessary items for proper operations
Develop and support capital improvements across all aquatics facilities; to include estimated costs and rationale
Conduct end of season/end of year performance reviews, as appropriate
Open and close pools on time
Ensure winterization of pool equipment, deck furniture, chemicals and other items is done efficiently and ready for opening the following season.
Contribute to the growth and development of ANCC
Oversee aquatics line of business and overall operations (pool facility(s), daily upkeep and repairs, look/feel of the pool/open deck space and enclosed areas)
Implement high quality program(s) and standards beneficial to all members
Coordinate with the CCSDA team representatives and swim and dive team coaches the following:
Swim & Dive Team Information Night (April)
Update and circulate swim and dive team registration forms prior to Swim & Dive Information Night
Update, arrange for duplication and distribute swim and dive team handbook
Maintain and distribute Excel spreadsheet with roster information to CCSDA representatives, Coaches and Pool Committee members
Provide email distribution list to Coaches and oversee all communications to swim and dive team members from coaching staff
Plan, communicate, and execute events related to swim or dive team events, including any parties for team members; family events; buffets; etc.
Assessment of current programs and create/implement new events, activities, policies and procedures where gaps present
Assist and support other functional areas within ANCC, as needed
Planning and Administration
Establish plans and strategies to strengthen the business value of aquatics, while adding value for current and prospective members
Meet and exceed both financial and non-financial goals and adhere to the agreed upon budget
Adhere to all club policies, procedures and business ethics codes and ensure they are communicated and implemented
Ensure there are no potential or perceived conflicts of interest
Promote core ANCC values
Swim and Dive Team
Coordinate the set up and removal of all swim and dive equipment (judges and table worker chairs, tables and swim seating areas) before and after meets
Coordinate the set up and operation of the PA system
Support in maintaining the swim or dive team computer equipment and assist with Meet Manager duties
Organize, in conjunction with the Director of Catering, private group events at the pool to include birthday parties and other member requests
Facilitate the registration of all members at pool facilities and admission fee for all guests
Enforce club rules of safety and conduct, including dress code of staff and members/guests
Plan and direct special events including Family Fun activities, Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day pool events and parties
Ensure an adequate number of family and adult functions happen across all aquatics facilities to help promote use; for example – movie nights, cocktail parties/mixers, new member welcome events, and so on
Ensure all events are communicated in an adequate fashion, including email, website, flyers, or other methods
Arrange swim clinics, private and group swim and dive lessons
Represent the club in activities as required to include but not limited to:
Develops an annual operating and capital budget to be approved by the Board and General Manager; takes corrective actions as necessary to assure that budget goals are attained
Remain fiscally responsible for operating and capital budgets
Maintains and keeps all necessary records concerning pool attendance, chemicals, accident/incident reports, problem-member reports, lifeguard and instructor schedules, time cards
Develops and implements pool safety program, with emphasis on continual improvement on safety
Track all safety accident/incident reports for trends or recurrences
Schedules and attends practice sessions for the swim and/or dive team
Organizes all aspects of swim meets including, but not limited to scheduling individual meet participants, coordinating and communicating meet logistics and distributing meet ribbons
Schedules, attends and participates in the club’s coaches’ meetings
Performs other tasks, as required
General Manager or their designee
Outside Vendors and Contractors, Pool Manager(s), Assistant Pool Managers, Swim Instructors, Desk Attendants, Lifeguards, Head Diving Coach, Assistant Swim Team Coaches and Assistant Diving Coaches
Job ID 9183
Date posted 06/27/2017
Location Williamsburg, Virginia
Job Type Full-time - Regular
- Willingness to accept the most effective role.
- Responsible for the promotion of a safe and professional workplace through adhering to policies and procedures as outlined in the Great Wolf Resorts handbook.
- Participates fully in Project Green Wolf, our company-wide environmental sustainability initiative, which includes, but is not limited to, recycling, waste reduction, and energy and water conservation.
- Conducts daily water testing and makes adjustments as needed.
- Vacuums pools daily to remove any dirt.
- General maintenance of pumps and motors.
- Inspects pools, pumps, motors, slides, pump houses, and waterpark daily.
- Power washes park floors as needed.
- Works professionally with park management, lifeguards, and guests.
- Maintain availability 24 hours a day to handle any problems that might arise.
- Performs other duties as requested and assists other departments as needed.
- Cleans, maintains, and repairs slides and water activities, including the tipping bucket area.
- Fills chemicals.
- Follows and enforces park and employee regulations and procedures.
- Knowledge of water chemistry, water testing, filtration, and mechanical operations is required.
- Development, implementation, and monitoring of programs that assures a safe facility and work environment that is in compliance with all appropriate regulations--Ergonomic, Emergency Response, Injury and Illness Prevention, and Hazard Communications Programs.
- Available to work after hours and weekends, as required.
- High School Diploma or equivalent experience.
- Certified Pool Operators License (CPO) and/or AFO License.
- Ability to lift 75lbs.
- Ability to stand/sit for long periods of time.
- Ability to bend, stretch and twist.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veterans' status.
Apply online ASAP at www.greatwolf.com/careers
Premier Aquatics is seeking a full-time aquatic manager for one of our South Orange County locations. The Aquatics Manager is responsible for all operations relating to the utilization and use of a complex’s aquatic facilities to promote the safety, convenience and enjoyment of all users, as well as supervise and oversee a thriving learn to swim program. The role of the aquatic manager include participating in the development of programs; handling various swimming activities and maintenance and supervision of the aquatic facilities. Aside from running a busy swim program, the aquatic manager needs to be comfortable being trained in operation and maintenance of pumps, motors, and other swimming pool equipment.
The aquatic manager oversees and participates in the daily scheduling and operations of swimming pool activities and events, including supervision of lifeguards, swim instructors, and admin staff. He/She initiates cleaning and daily maintenance of pool and other related facilities, including maintenance, repairs and adjustments; handles personnel training sessions in subjects related to the aquatic field; participates in the organization and promotion of swimming programs; teaches and supervises various swimming activities such as learn-to-swim classes, swimming techniques, individualized and group lessons, swim clinics, water sports, special events or occasions, recreational and public swimming, diving lessons and other activities; is responsible in managing the collection of daily revenues for the aquatics department; monitors attendance; conducts and analyzes water tests and readings; coordinates and prepares clean up and maintenance of the aquatic facility in weather situations such as storms or hurricanes an performs various duties related to aquatic activities.
Education and Training Requirements
A bachelors degree or at least three years work experience in aquatics is required. He/she needs to be trained in CPR, AED and First Aid, and must be willing to go through the training process to train lifeguards and other facility staff. The aquatic manager will need certificates such as a water safety instructor’s certificate, a lifeguard training certificate, a current Certified Pool Operator (CPO) or Aquatic Facility Operator (APO).
Knowledge and Skills Requirements
A professional attitude is needed to be a good aquatic manager. Candidates need to be physically active and have good interpersonal and team work skills. Candidates should possess leadership abilities, analytical skills, initiative and motivation and good communication skills.
Work is performed indoors and outdoors and involves personal contacts with the general public. Work schedule of an aquatic manager is highly irregular and may involve evening and night work. Holiday work is expected. Work may involve exposure to harmful chemicals
Salary is competitive and will be dependent on applicants experience, and includes health coverage and a 401k retirement plan.
At Premier, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with the best aquatics program and health and safety training classes in Orange County. Our team members are highly trained and experienced in their designated fields and are also certified by the American Red Cross standards in Lifeguarding, CPR/AED, and First Aid.
Program offerings include private and public swim school programs, CPR/AED and First Aid courses, and Lifeguard Services. In addition, Premier is an Authorized Service Provider for the American Red Cross Health and Safety Division.
Swim Lessons, Lifeguard Services, Health and Safety Services, CPR/AED and First Aid Courses, and Lifeguard Certifications
Urgent Aquatics Jobs
We have multiple aquatics jobs posted in the link below. The following is a job description for our Lifeguard 1 position:
Under the direction and guidance of the aquatics supervisor and consistent with the mission and policies of the YMCA of Western North Carolina, the Lifeguard oversees the aquatic facility and aquatic activities to ensure the safety of all members and program participants. The Lifeguard is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and appearance of all areas in and around the pool. He/She is also accountable for knowing and properly executing all aquatic policies, procedures and duties.
Primary Duties (On the stand):
• Wear required uniform while on duty: lifeguard shirt, bathing suit and/or shorts, whistle, tube and fanny pack containing pocket mask, gloves and other first aid items, other items as instructed by the aquatics supervisor.
• Actively scan and maintain constant vigilance over aquatic area.
• Know and understand all aquatic policies and procedures, including the emergency action plan.
• Ensure the safety and protect the lives of each patron in the aquatic area at all times by enforcing all rules, policies and procedures.
• Be alert, diligent, and conscientious at all times.
• Display a professional, courteous, and tactful demeanor at all times. Always strive to display a positive and enthusiastic attitude.
• Continuously exhibit honesty, caring, respect, responsibility, reliability, flexibility, maturity, and good decision-making skills.
• Maintain harmonious rapport with staff, volunteers, members, and the general public at all times.
Secondary Duties (Off the stand):
• These are duties that can be completed while working a shift with adequate pool coverage or while you are off the stand.
• Maintain a high level of physical fitness and knowledge of all rescue and survival skills.
• Always report to duty on time and work all scheduled shifts. Find a qualified substitute and obtain approval from the immediate supervisor in the event that missing a scheduled shift is unavoidable.
• Attend and actively participate in all required aquatic staff training and meetings.
• Maintain the cleanliness and appearance of the pool and surrounding areas by completing chemical tests of the pool water and performing required pool maintenance duties as routinely scheduled.
• Accurately complete and submit all safety and maintenance records concerning the pool area and usage of the pool as outlined in the Lifeguard Manual.
• Inspect and maintain all emergency equipment (Shepherd's Crooks, ring buoys, rescue tubes, etc.) and other pool equipment and inform the aquatics supervisor and/or Properties Director immediately of any necessary equipment repairs.
• Always champion the YMCA culture and Activate America. Continually provide outstanding customer service, and strive to develop committed members and program participants. Actively participate in membership retention and appreciation efforts when applicable.
• Assist in membership retention by interacting and building relationships with members and guests.
• Initiate communications with the aquatics supervisor as necessary concerning program problems, personnel conflicts, and member concerns.
• Perform other duties as required by the aquatics supervisor.
• Remain alert without lapses in consciousness for extended periods of time.
• Physically perform all necessary rescue and survival skills.
• Swim 500 yards, tread water for two minutes, and perform shallow front dives, head and feet-first surface dives.
• Lift 50+ lbs. from the floor and 200+ lbs. in rescue situations.
• Quickly and safely move to various locations in and around the pool area.
• Sit for extended periods of time, including in an elevated chair.
• Ascend and descend ladders.
• Communicate verbally with good voice projection and clarity.
• Hear noises and distress signals in an aquatic environment. (Significant background noise may exist in the aquatic environment.)
• Observe all areas of the aquatic area including pool deck, water surface and pool bottom.
• Lifeguards must be 16 years of age or older, preferably with previous lifeguarding experience.
• Lifeguards must hold and maintain the following certifications:
• CPR for the Professional Rescuer
• Standard First Aid
• Automated External Defibrillation ~ AED
• American Red Cross and YMCA Lifeguard are accepted for hire.
• YMCA Lifeguard certification is preferred.
• Emergency Oxygen Administration ~ O2 (or within 90 days)
The YMCA of Western North Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to sex, race, color, age, creed, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, uniformed service member, genetic information, or any other category protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws, regulations or ordinances. No question on our application is intended to secure information to be used for such discrimination. Testing of job-related skills may be required prior to employment
Spec IV, Territory Aquatics
The mission of the American Red Cross is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
We help increase the preparedness of our communities by offering courses in First Aid, CPR/AED, Babysitter's Training, Lifeguard Training, Certified Nurse Aid Training and other certification courses. American Red Cross Health and Safety instructors are an elite group of professionals who teach valuable lifesaving skills to 12 million people each year in businesses, schools and communities.
We are currently seeking an individual with a strong Aquatic background and an understanding of Sales to work in our Northern California Territory.
The PHSS (Preparedness, Health and Safety Services) Territory Aquatics Specialist's primary responsibility is to grow the revenue and reach of all ARC aquatic programs. It includes identifying land and product revenue streams within Aquatic accounts in the assigned territory. This includes up-selling and cross-selling existing clients to use additional ARC programs, conducting regular face-to-face meetings with key, strategic clients, maintaining a list of prospects for ARC aquatics programs, developing specific sales strategy to convert these prospects to full-fledged clients.
1. Revenue growth: Identifies business and growth opportunities within existing clients in effort to expand revenue generation. Formulates and implements an account strategy and timeline to achieve these objectives.. Recognizes business opportunities by identifying prospects and evaluating their position in the industry; researching and analyzing sales options and opportunities. Formulates and implements a prospect sales strategy with action steps & timeline.
2. Territory size: annual revenue target greater than $600,000.
3. Reach growth: Identifies growth opportunities within existing clients in effort to expand reach generation. Formulates and implements an account strategy and timeline to achieve business objectives. Identifies prospective strategic & transactional clients in assigned area of responsibility. Formulates and implements a prospect reach strategy with action steps & timeline.
4. Resource Deployment: Orchestrates deployment of ARC resources to clients and prospects to stimulate and support growth of revenue & reach. This can include business process support, joint sales calls, content/science training and marketing materials. Establishes collaborative goals with strategic clients supported by congruent and reciprocal action plans.
Education: Bachelor's degree in related discipline or equivalent related experience required. Related disciplines include Business, Sales, Marketing or Finance.
Experience: Minimum of 7 years of successful experience in a sales and/or product marketing position. American Red Cross PHSS experience preferred. Knowledge of and experience in applying field sales techniques. Current licensure in Lifeguard and WSI-IT a plus but not required.
Skills and Abilities: Proven executive level sales' skills and ability to acquire and manage large accounts. Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Basic computer skills and demonstrated ability to utilize MS Office programs and Salesforce.com or similar client relationship management applications.
Travel: Ability to travel 50-90%. Must have reliable transportation for regional travel.
Essential Functions/Physical Requirements
Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions
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The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The American Red Cross is a diverse nonprofit organization offering its employee's professional development and growth opportunities, a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a collaborative team spirit environment.
Description: Seeking Technicians who enjoy working in the great outdoors with boats and motors, four-wheel drive trucks, John Deere Gators and other equipment, can talk effectively with customers about their lakes and ponds, have decent math skills and take pride in their work. The main responsibilities of this position is treating aquatic vegetation and algae at established accounts. Other duties include assisting with fountain and aeration installations, fish stocking of bass, bluegills, catfish and grass carp, water clarification and planting of natural aquatic vegetation. We are looking for a highly motivated individual that works well on their own, yet is a strong team player.
Valid, clean Florida drivers license, pass a background check and drug test, high school diploma, reliable transportation to and from work, college helpful but not required, experience in lawn service or pest control very helpful, ability to read and interpret herbicide labels, operating procedures, and safety rules, possess good time management and organizational skills.
We Provide: Excellent 90-day training program with assistance in preparing for required state certification test, competitive compensation, generous vacation and holiday schedule, 401k program, medical insurance, uniform allowance, quarterly performance bonus, year-end bonus based on Company performance and numerous other benefits.
About OUR COMPANY: Since 1979 we have been a national leader in providing water management services in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Ohio and the Carolinas. We have become one of the largest companies of our kind with a top-notch reputation among our customers, suppliers, competitors and regulators. The employees of our company all take pride in contributing to our continuing growth and success! SEND RESUME AND/OR QUALIFICATIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS JOB. Make the right move and apply today!
Since 1979 The Lake Doctors has been a national leader in providing aquatic water management services to customers in Florida, South Carolina, Ohio, Georgia and Alabama. Our services include aquatic weed control, terrestrial and ditch bank control, installation of fountains and aeration systems, water clarification, aquascaping, fish stocking, water testing. As one of largest companies of this type, its employees take great pride in contributing to the success of thecompany. Visit our website at www.lakedoctors.com to find out more about us.