Aquatic Performer Job Description Sample
Aquatic Program Manager
Responsibilities & Requirements
You are the "Y".
We're more than a pool - the mission of the YMCA of Metro Chicago is to develop strong children, families and communities across Metropolitan Chicago through fitness and healthy living, academic readiness, character development and violence prevention. Our 23 membership centers across the city and suburbs, 5 camps, early learning, school-aged and other programs provide everyone with a safe place to swim, learn, play and grow.
For over 135 years, the YMCA has been a pioneer and set the standard for aquatics and quality swim instruction. We rely on the expertise, passion, commitment and energy of our Aquatics Director to continue this legacy and contribute to the health and wellness of our children, families and communities.
Responsible for planning, promoting, and coordinating aquatic programs for youth, teens, and families. Also responsible for recruiting, training, and supervising staff, managing departments, creating new programs, expanding existing programs, as well as, other outreach efforts.
Scope of Responsibilities:
Provides day to day coordination of aquatic programs
Act as a liaison between Aquatic Director and Aquatic staff
Serve as a contact for all aquatic staff in the Aquatic Director's absence.
Assist in scheduling staff to ensure safety and quality program delivery.
Assists in supervising aquatic staff as well as providing evaluation input.
Teaches aquatic classes or lifeguards as necessary
Assists in developing program materials and distributing program information
Assists in training new staff as well as providing ongoing trainings in accordance with training designs.
Act as a primary responder in case of injury, accident, or illness and be knowledgeable of emergency procedures.
Provide backup to lifeguards as needed in emergencies.
Report injuries and complete required forms.
Immediately notify a supervisor of any broken equipment or unsafe aspects of the pool.
Assists in conducting all staff meetings and in-services as scheduled
Provide communication and training for membership staff regarding class registrations and programs.
Ensure state and county standards are being adhered to.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor
Child Abuse Prevention
Supports the YMCA's commitment to child abuse prevention by:
Reporting any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to your supervisor
Following all policies and procedures related to keeping children safe in our facilities and programs, including those related to the monitoring and supervision of children
Reporting any suspicious behavior and violation of policy and procedures to your supervisor
Completing all child abuse prevention training as required
Commitment to Inclusion
Supports the YMCA's commitment to inclusion of all members as required by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Job responsibilities may include implementing program modifications for persons with cognitive, behavioral or physical disabilities, including but not limited to the injection of medical glucagon to members with Type 1 diabetes in emergency situations.
Must have a Bachelor's Degree in Parks and Recreation or related field with 1 to 2 years aquatics experience with at least 1 year supervisory experience.
Current YMCA or ARC Lifeguard certification.
Current CPR and First Aid certifications are required.
Must possess the ability to relate well with youth, parents, and volunteers.
Previous fiscal and program development experience
Must also possess the ability to lead and motivate program staff and work well as a team.
Proficient in swimming and safety skills.
Must pass a water skills test and written exam.
Must be mentally alert to dangerous situations in order to assure the safety of all swimmers.
Physically and mentally able to respond to emergencies and administer CPR and First Aide effectively.
Physical mobility to properly use aquatic equipment to rescue a 200lb person.
Physically able to see, hear, and communicate clearly.
Able to read, write, and perform basic math to complete daily chemical logs and individual must possess strong organizational, budgetary, computer and communication skills, written and verbal.
Ability to train swim and fitness instructors.
Requires trainer-level certification in YMCA Swim Lessons: Fitness Classes, Youth & Adult, Preschool, and Child/Parent.
Excellent communication skills
Part-Time Aquatic Maintenance
Job Summary and Responsibilities/Duties
Assists with the general maintenance operations of the Aquatic Center, which consists of an indoor natatorium with 3 pools and locker rooms, as well as an outdoor 50-meter pool. Assists the Certified Pool Operator with preventative and routine maintenance and repairs. Work is performed under the general supervision and direction of the Aquatics Manager and Aquatics Program Coordinator.
Assists with monitoring pool water chemistry and keeping the pool shells and decks clean. Maintains walkways, locker rooms, restrooms and storage areas to remove trip or slip hazards. Light custodial duties are included.
Regularly inspects, inventories and maintains pool equipment such as ladders, lifts, lane lines and reels, pool covers and reels, water polo goals, electronic timing system, diving blocks, bleachers, pool equipment carts, and various other pool equipment. Some repairs may be performed.
Assists lifeguard staff with switching pool equipment configurations to accommodate a wide variety of competitive team and recreational activities.
Assists with special event setups and cleanups.
Works closely with CPO, Aquatics Program Coordinator, and Aquatic Manager to prioritize necessary tasks. Communicates timeline, progress and task completion.
Perform other job-related duties or tasks as required.
This position includes evening and weekend shifts.
Operate and use required tools and equipment skillfully and safely.
Perform physical labor.
Follow oral and written instructions.
Use computer software programs to track job tasks and record completions.
Minimum and Desired Qualifications
High School Diploma or GED
Familiar with basic custodial tasks and simple mechanical repairs
Current driver license, insurance and ability to be insured by the college insurance carrier; must be at least 18 with at least 3 years of licensed driving experience (including provisional license)
CPR/First Aid Certification or the ability to obtain certification
Experience working in an aquatic environment and knowledge of aquatic equipment
Certified Pool Operator License
CPR/First Aid Certification
Additional Qualifications and/or Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Beginning to intermediate knowledge of and ability to make practical application of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and Desktop- Publishing software and ability to properly operate standard office equipment, including computer, fax, and printer.
Assistant Coach - Cal Aquatic Masters (4128U) #25599
The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance—academic and artistic, political and cultural—make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
Application Review Date
This is a continuous recruitment. Interviews are completed and candidates hired throughout the year, based on program need.
The Department of Recreational Sports provides competitive and recreational opportunities for students, faculty, staff and community members. In addition to the 27 sport clubs and 600 intramural sports teams, the department offers a wide range of recreational activities and state of the art equipment. Learn more at recsports.berkeley.edu
The Cal Aquatic Masters (CALM) swim team is a 160+ adult swim team located on the Berkeley campus. Our mission is to provide training, coaching, and the opportunity to participate in swimming; promote physical and mental fitness; and to encourage and support interest in competitive swimming.
Assistant coaches are talented individuals who contribute to our continued excellence at the masters swimming level. Swimmer backgrounds range from open water and competitive swimmers to people who just want to stay in shape and become better swimmers. Assistant coaches create a safe, fun and encouraging on-deck environment while providing feedback to all swimmers in support of their goals.
The Aquatics Masters Assistant Coach provides instruction in recreation/instruction, competitive, and open water swimming (non-credited activities) to adult participants. Applies full knowledge and experience in swimming to create and adjust program methods and processes, as necessary, and provides instruction to participants. Ensures a safe environment and provides first responder services, as needed.
Assists with new program development and provides activity instruction to program participants, individually or in groups.
Maintains a supportive environment for program participants and facilitate involvement. Ensures adherence to all governing rules, policies and procedures. Represents and promotes professional conduct, university good will and high standards at all events
Interacts with recreational program participants in a positive manner. Assists with team recruitment and performance.
Broadens knowledge of teaching methods, techniques and skills through continuing education. Participates in required professional development activities such as in-service training.
Working knowledge of competitive swimming practices and procedures.
Passion for the sport of swimming and working with swimmers.
Previous experience working with coached swim teams (required) and adult swimmers (preferred)
Must have effective inter-personal skills and ability to work effectively with athletic participants.
Requires verbal and written communication in the English language, active listening, dynamic flexibility, critical thinking, multi-task and time management skills.
Able to exercise independent sound judgment and employ reasoning skills.
Client service minded entrepreneurial spirit and creative thinking.
Basic Computer Knowledge.
Ability to attend regular SCAM staff meetings.
Current certification in CPR/AED and First Aid;
Lifeguard certification within first two months in position.
Salary & Benefits
$15.50 per hour
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
Work Hours are variable. Workouts are weekdays 6-9am, 11a-12n, 6-7pm; Saturday 7-10am.
For any and all questions regarding a job with aquatics please contact the Director of Aquatics, Spencer Hawkins: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
This position has been identified as a Mandated Reporter required to report the observed or suspected abuse or neglect of children, dependent adults, or elders to designated law enforcement or social service agencies. We reserve the right to make employment contingent upon completion of signed statements acknowledging the responsibilities of a Mandated Reporter.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
Perform as a puppeteer in 4-12 shows per day in assigned area according to show schedule
Perform in parade both in and out of character costumes
Provide exemplary service to guests and team members
Perform warm-up on individual basis to insure performance without injury
Develop skills/knowledge to maintain excellent quality show/appearance
Follow through on show/performance notes to ensure progress in specific areas
Escort costumed characters during walk
Assist those in character costumes with dressing and undressing of costumes
Consistently practice safe work habits including, but not limited to use of personal protective equipment, lifting and reporting of unsafe situations
Maintain a professional appearance that meets SEA grooming standards
Assist in the daily operational aspects of assigned show, reporting prop/costume repairs in a timely manner
Work with cast/crew and management to maintain the integrity of the show
Perform and complete assigned tasks from management as needed
Assist in maintaining cleanliness, crowd control and guest safety in all venues
Requirements and Competencies:
Must be able to stay guest friendly at all times
Must be able to work in all weather conditions in and out of costume
Must demonstrate ability to perform in casted role during the audition process
Must be able to attend required rehearsals
Must be able to lift, bend, push or pull 45 lbs.
Must be able to multitask while maintaining a positive attitude to ensure excellent guest service
Must be able to stand, walk, and work for prolonged periods of time in extreme weather conditions
Must be willing to work a flexible schedule to include weekdays, weekends, evenings, and holidays March through December
Must be willing to comply with all SEA grooming guidelines and employment standards
Must be able to successfully complete all legal, company and department training requirements to include but not limited to passing required tests and certifications within established timelines
Rehab Tech III - Aquatic Therapy
Presbyterian Healthcare Services is a locally owned, not-for-profit healthcare system of eight hospitals, a statewide health plan and a growing multi-specialty medical group. Founded in New Mexico in 1908, it is the state's largest private employer with approximately 11,000 employees.
Presbyterian's story is really the story of the remarkable people who have chosen to work here. Starting with Reverend Cooper who began our journey in 1908, the hard work of thousands of physicians, employees, board members, and other volunteers brought Presbyterian from a tiny tuberculosis sanatorium to a statewide healthcare system, serving more than 700,000 New Mexicans.
We are part of New Mexico's history - and committed to its future. That is why we will continue to work just as hard and care just as deeply to serve New Mexico for years to come.
Type of Opportunity: Full Time
Work Schedule: 12 Hour Days
Location: Presbyterian Healthplex
- Bachelor Degree
- Exercise Science
Bachelors Degree in health-related field such as Exercise technology, Nutrition, Health Behaviors and/or Health Education
- Or a bachelors degree and the pre-requisites for a medical related program (i.e. PA, PT, OT, SLP, RN)
- Or five years experience as a Rehab Tech at PHS in lieu of Bachelors Degree.
Competencies and skills:
Communicates effectively with the interprofessional team as well as patient/significant others to promote optimal and realistic outcomes
Performs standard work for Rehab Techs in the Outpatient Rehab Department and is able to prioritize appropriately and escalate concerns to appropriate licensed clinician/management team. Understands indications, contraindications, physiological effects and application of all modalities appropriate to Tech level as per competency check list
Rehab Patient Advocacy: Works on behalf of the patients/significant others in representing their concerns and helping resolve ethical and clinical issues that impact the patients situation
Rehab Response to Diversity: Uses holistic body, mind, spirit approach in provision of care by recognizing, appreciating, and incorporating cultural, spiritual, gender, race, ethnicity, lifestyle, socioeconomic, age, and values differences in practice
REHAB TECH-Demonstrates caring behaviors when interacting with patients/families/visitors/coworkers while performing activities
REHAB TECH LEARNING-Assists with continuous learning of patients/families/visitors/coworkers, using formal and informal processes as applicable and at an appropriate level of understanding
REHAB TECH RESOURCES-Understands and appropriately utilizes the Presbyterian and community systems, resources, tools and equipment needed to perform job responsibilities. Assists clinicians with patient care and other departmental duties
Responsible for the basic cleaning and upkeep of the Rehab Department. Assists therapists with patient care and other departmental duties. Performs other patient care procedures under the direction of a licensed Physical or Occupational Therapist.. The Tech II may perform more advanced duties when trained and competency-checked on Technician Skills List.
Benefits are effective day-one (for .45 FTE and above) and include:
Full medical, dental and vision insurance
Flexible spending accounts (FSAs)
Free wellness programs
Paid time off (PTO)
Retirement plans, including matching employer contributions
Continuing education and career development opportunities
Life insurance and short/long term disability programs
About New Mexico
New Mexico's unique blend of Spanish, Mexican and Native American influences contribute to a culturally rich lifestyle. Add in Albuquerque's International Balloon Fiesta, Los Alamos' nuclear scientists, Roswell's visitors from outer space, and Santa Fe's artists, and you get an eclectic mix of people, places and experiences that make this state great.
Cities in New Mexico are continually ranked among the nation's best places to work and live by Forbes magazine, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, and other corporate and government relocation managers like Worldwide ERC.
New Mexico offers endless recreational opportunities to explore, and enjoy an active lifestyle. Venture off the beaten path, challenge your body in the elements, or open yourself up to the expansive sky. From hiking, golfing and biking to skiing, snowboarding and boating, it's all available among our beautiful wonders of the west.
AA/EOE/VET/DISABLED. PHS is a drug-free and tobacco-free employer with smoke free campuses.
Swim Lesson Instructor, Aquatic Center
Job Summary and Responsibilities/Duties
Under direction from designated supervisor(s), conduct a wide variety of swimming, diving and specialty aquatic activities at a busy community aquatic center (over 80,000 in-water visits annually). Responsible for patron safety, patron surveillance, instruction, supervision, record keeping, completing progress reports, and other tasks as assigned. Must be familiar with American Red Cross water safety standards, provide water safety education, enforce safety rules, and respond to emergencies and difficult situations in an appropriate manner. Must be responsible, trustworthy, and able to work independently without direct supervision or as part of a staff team. This position may be required to work special events, evenings, weekends, and split shifts.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Conduct classes according to program guidelines. Ensure safety of students/participants during class time. Assist other instructors as necessary.
Plan and organize activities, including the use of block and lesson plans
Provide positive motivational and corrective feedback to students/participants. Complete and distribute progress cards according to program.
Provide high-quality customer service
Complete mandatory and assigned trainings
Maintain all required certifications
All other duties as requested
Minimum and Desired Qualifications
Must be at least 16 years of age
Ability to communicate effectively and courteously with participants, parents, staff and supervisor(s)
Current certification in American Red Cross Lifeguarding
Experience teaching children, ages 8 months-12 years, in a recreational program setting
Water Safety Instructor certification
Willingness to obtain the Water Safety Instructor certification within 6 months of hire
Working Conditions and Important Information
Variable (mornings, afternoons, evenings and Saturdays)
Residential Mentor / Aquatic Center Monitor
Salary for this position is commensurate with education and job experience.
The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is nationally and internationally recognized for its excellence and best practices in educating children and young adults who are blind or have low vision. The School is a critical resource for Indiana's children who are blind or have low vision and the teachers, parents, and caregivers who work with them. Every year, we educate hundreds of children and young adults ranging from 3 to 22 years old and living in all parts of Indiana, many of whom, due to severe or multiple disabilities, other schools in the state have difficulty serving or cannot serve.
ISBVI - over 150 years of service!
The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is looking to fill a Residential Mentor position for the primary purpose of acting as Aquatic Center Monitor during the months of October
March, Saturday's only from 6:45 a.m.
11:30 a.m. Should the successful candidate wish to work more hours, this can be arranged based on need within the dormitories during the academic school year on 2nd shift (Sunday
Thursday 3:00 p.m
11:30 p.m.). This position pays $14.51 per hour and is classified as intermittent, which is not benefits eligible.
A day in the life
Aquatic Center Monitor:
General up keep cleanup of the facilities. This includes but is not limited to sweeping any debris/ trash, from the pool deck and bleachers, placing equipment back in the appropriate storage areas, organizing and up keep of the equipment room, locker rooms are clean, and towels are picked up.
Monitor and take chemical readings on the water in the pool
Ensuring coaches and lifeguards adhere to ISBVI procedures
General supervision of renters
To enforce any general rules regarding pool, use that is posted as per the Marion County Health Department.
Residential Mentor (should the candidate wish to be assigned more hours):
Assists in instruction of students (under the supervision of the teacher or supervisor)
Supervises students in dormitories, classrooms, lunch rooms and off campus trips
Supervises student housekeeping activities and inspects dorms and living areas for safety and cleanliness
Prepares necessary materials as directed by the teacher and/or supervisor
Supports discipline policy of the classroom/ residential program and assists in monitoring behavior plans
Assists teaching staff and residential supervisors in activities outside the classroom and/or dormitories
Assures that student hygiene, toileting, and safety needs are met
Participates in appropriate professional development
Reinforce and enhance individual student development
Manage dormitories and classrooms by providing a clean, organized and safe living and learning environment
Performs a variety of duties providing for the guidance, care, training, development, and socialization of visually impaired and physically handicapped or developmentally delayed students
Interact with parents, teachers and other agency personnel to ensure program continuity
Other job duties as assigned
What we're looking for
Successful candidates should have at least two (2) years of experience involving child care or related experience or possess a valid high school diploma or GED. Must be at least 21 years of age.
Basic understanding of the characteristics, needs, and effective methods of guidance of children of varying ages at different stages of development and at different levels of mental ability
Ability to communicate effectively with students, supervisors, teachers and parents and external customers
Ability to keep accurate records concerning required documentation for the Aquatic Building
Ability to practice tact and courtesy
Ability to supervise students in dormitories, classrooms, and other on-and-off campus activities
Lifeguard certification a plus but not required
Equal Employment Opportunity
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
To sing, dance, act, and perform in show and/or street productions for the entertainment of guest in the park.
Sing, dance, act & perform in show, meet and greet and/or street productions.
Utilize costumes and props and/or musical instruments.
Memorize music, lyrics, and choreography, dialogue and park guidelines.
Maintains consistency of performance as directed.
Create and/or impersonate characters and/or personalities.
Comply to back area safety programs.
Encourages and maintains a positive guest experience.
Maintains cleanliness of character costume, accessories and assigned area.
Cross utilization of park resources to help maintain theater and all park cleanliness
Frequent contact with co-workers, staff, leads and indirect contact with park guests.
Maintain a professional, respectful attitude in back stage etiquette.
Maintain cleanliness of all dressing areas including dressing rooms, restrooms, greenrooms and alcoves.
Next Audition: December 19th 3:00pm-7:00pm
Park: Fiesta Texas
ACE Epic NPS TX: Amistad NRA Water Quality And Aquatic Invasive Bio Tech Intern
Summary: American Conservation Experience, a Non-Profit Conservation Corps based in Flagstaff, AZ, in partnership with the National Park Service, is seeking ONE Water Quality and Aquatic Invasive Bio Tech Intern to dedicate 26 weeks in support of the Amistad National Recreation Area.
The main duties include educating our boating public about the aquatic invasive species that threaten this area, specifically zebra and quagga mussel prevention, along with a wide variety of biological science technician support projects. This opportunity is intended for conscientious, enthusiastic, individuals with an interest in developing their field skills in natural resource management, aquatic invasive species monitoring, and marine sciences.
Start Date: February 2019 (can be flexible 1-2 weeks for the right candidate)
End Date: August 2019 (or 26 weeks from start date)
A 26-week commitment is required
Location: Amistad National Recreation Area, Del Rio, TX.
An oasis in the desert, Amistad National Recreation Area consists of the US portion of the International Amistad Reservoir. Amistad, whose name comes from the Spanish word meaning friendship, is best known for excellent water-based recreation, camping, hiking, rock art viewing, and its rich cultural history. Amistad is also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life above and below the water. Amistad National Recreation Area's natural features are primarily the result of two influences: geology and climate. The local flora and fauna has developed in response to these two factors. Despite Amistad's desert-like appearance, the park represents an interesting collection of plants and animals found at no other National Park Service site. Amistad National Recreation Area's flora contains elements from three major plant communities. This is due to our location in a transition zone between a more humid Gulf of Mexico-influenced climate, the drier Chihuahuan Desert, and the hills of the Edwards Plateau.
Project Partner Website: For more information regarding the Amistad National Recreation Area, please visit the NPS website at:https://www.nps.gov/amis/index.htm. For more information on the ACE Internship Program, please visit: www.usaconservation.org.
Compensation: The ACE interns receive a living stipend of $600/week for food, housing, and incidental expenses, paid bi-weekly. Housing is not provided for this position, though ACE and NPS will assist with the housing search and recommendations.
A $500 award will be available upon successful completion of the 26-week term.
Position Description: This project will directly benefit the public through the protection of public water bodies. The main duties will include wide variety of biological science technician support functions, such as:
- Collecting and organizing aquatic invasive field data;
- Installing, operating, and maintaining resource management equipment;
- Performing boat inspections to gather data on biological threat of invasive species introductions via watercraft;
- Providing information to visitors and performing outreach at boat ramps to inform boating public of aquatic invasive species threat;
Training: Intern activities will be overseen and supervised by NPS staff to ensure compliance with current data protocols and ensure that clear, concise messages are given at boat ramps to the boating public and visitors. Boat safety/trailer backing, border safety, defensive driving, FISSA, CPR, and watercraft inspection will be introduced and covered by the NPS.
Applicants for the position must hold or be pursuing a minimum of a bachelor's degree and/or have relevant experience in subject areas such as ecology, marine biology, botany, wildlife sciences, biology, natural resource management, environmental science, or related disciplines.
Must be a US Citizen and Permanent Resident
Must be between the ages of 18 to 35
Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing, with NPS resource professionals and their partners
Must be able to complete tasks well independently and on a team
Physically able to conduct field surveys under demanding weather in rough terrain
Must have a valid driver's license, provide documentation of a clean driving record, and have a personal vehicle
Must have a deep interest in aquatic ecology/marine biology and a respect for nature
Ability and willingness to undergo a federal criminal background check is required
Proficiency in English is required
Basic spoken Spanish preferred
The interns must be willing to represent ACE and the partner organization in a professional, positive, and enthusiastic manner. Drug users should not consider applying, as ACE reserves the right to require drug testing.
To Apply: Please submit a thoughtful resume and cover letter along with three professional references using the APPLY NOW section located on the upper right hand corner of the position listing on the ACE website: usaconservation.org
NOTE: Early consideration will be given as applications are received. This posting may close at any time. If you have any questions regarding this position, please feel free to contact ACE EPIC Team Lead Recruiter, Tori Klotz at (385) 522-3171 or email@example.com.
Entertains the guests by performing as a vocalist or dancer.
Performs for guests as a singer, dancer actor, instrumentalist, or variety artist as designated by the producer/manager.
Rehearses role for assigned show as directed by the production staff
Performs role consistently for guests during several performance times per day, as assigned by management
Checks fit of costumes and reports repair needs to the proper personnel.
Performs physical and vocal warm-ups prior to performances to prevent injury
Provides guest service according to Cedar Fair standards when serving the guest or working with subordinates, including initiating guest interactions, answering questions and giving directions.
Maintains cleanliness and safety in assigned work area and performs all duties in compliance with Cedar Fair Safety guidelines and requirements and reports all unsafe or unusual conditions to supervision.
Meets scheduling availability requirements, including nights, weekends, and holiday periods to meet business needs.
Meets Cedar Fair's attendance requirements as outlined in Cedar Fair's attendance policies.
Adheres to Cedar Fair's Rules of Conduct including specific costuming and grooming standards as outlined in Associate Guidelines and other park/division specific policies and procedures.
Other duties may be assigned.
Must be at least 16 years of age.
Previous training in voice and dance is preferred.
Ability to dance and maintain choreography throughout the season as set by the Choreographer, Director or Manager of Entertainment.
Ability to sing and maintain pitch as well as demonstrate knowledge of music and various musical styles. Some performers may be required to lip sync.
Ability to demonstrate and maintain stage presence as appropriate for a specific stylized show.
Ability to pass a mandatory (or random) drug test, per Company policy, unless prohibited by state or provincial law.
Ability to pass a background check, if 18 years of age or older, which may include, but is not limited to, credit, criminal, DMV, previous employment, education and personal references, per Company policy, unless prohibited by federal, state, or provincial law.
Ability to work nights, weekends and holiday periods to meet business needs.
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