Georgetown Univerisity Lifeguard (Temporary, Part-time) – Yates Memorial Field House in Washington, District Of Columbia

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Lifeguard (Temporary, Part-time) – Yates Memorial Field House

Georgetown University, as a leading American and Jesuit institution, is committed to the cultivation of the whole person; the training not only of the intellect and spirit, but also the body. With this in mind, the Yates Memorial Field House was built to meet the recreational, instructional, and intramural sport needs of the entire University Community. As the primary recreation facility for Georgetown University, Yates offers comprehensive recreational programming to serve the needs of university students, faculty and staff.

The Lifeguard has duties that include but are not limited to:

  • Ensures safety in the McCarthy Pool area.

  • Monitors access to Yates Field House as a main desk clerk.

  • Attends attend Yates Field House safety in-service sessions as needed.

  • Performs other duties as required.

Requirements

  • Certification for Lifeguarding/First Aid

  • Certification for CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer

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