*Training can be provided if necessary


Job Description

  • To supervise the security and safety of the public ensuring their enjoyment in all areas of the facility and carry out rescues as required.
  • To act in a professional manner to ensure a high quality of service is provided to pool users and visitors.
  • To maintain the facility to a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene at all times.
  • Reports to: Leisure Supervisor, Leisure Staff, Manager

Duties and Responsibilities

  • To interact with the public responsibly and welcome all users of the facilities promoting a positive image of the facility by the provision of high quality customer service.
  • To comply with normal operating procedures at all times.
  • To maintain a vigilant watch of the swimming pool areas in accordance with the operating procedures and take necessary action to ensure the safety of all pool users and staff.
  • To check the safety of equipment in areas of responsibility and report any damage or malfunction of equipment to the Supervisor or Manager immediately after discovery.
  • To ensure that a consistently high level of cleanliness and hygiene is maintained throughout the facilities at all times.
  • To ensure that lost property is handled in line with procedures.
  • Assist with the supervision and control of all pool activities and sessions.
  • Attend regular Lifeguard training sessions to ensure ongoing personal development and compliance of the requirements of the National Pool Lifeguard Qualification.
  • Carry out regular checks of the changing facilities, paying particular attention to customer safety, cleanliness and hygiene.
  • To comply with the pool’s Health and Safety procedures at all times.
  • To report any matter of concern to the Supervisor / Manager immediately.
  • To ensure that all pool equipment is stored safely and securely when not in use.
  • To report any maintenance issues using the appropriate procedures.
  • To undertake any suggested training requirements.
  • To comply with the Emergency Action Plan for the facilities and assist with any such incidents in the appropriate manner.


  • To wear Ocean Club uniform when on duty. This must be clean and presentable at all times. It is the employee’s responsibility to ensure that the uniform is clean.
  • Wear clean trainers, flip-flops or pool sandals.

Time keeping

  • All staff should clock in at least 5 minutes before starting their shift. It is vital to inform the Duty Manager if you are going to be late.