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Getting a Summer Job as a Lifeguard

Many jobs open up during the summer that is not standard for the rest of the year. One of the many summer jobs that open up during the season are lifeguard positions. You can seek a position as a lifeguard at the beach, local swimming pools, private resorts, hotels, and you can even hire yourself out as a lifeguard for various parties and other social functions. In this article, we will review steps to getting a summer job as a lifeguard.

 

1) Before you pursue a summer job as a lifeguard, it is extremely important that you know how to swim. You should be very secure in your swimming abilities. Many people seek a summer job as a lifeguard, only to find that they are not quite so comfortable in their swimming skills. If you lack any confidence in your skill as a swimmer, you should not seek a summer job as a lifeguard. 2) Once you are confident in your abilities in swimming, the next step to getting a summer job as a lifeguard is to find out what locations in your community seek the skills of a lifeguard. There are many places where you may find lifeguard openings. Beaches, rivers, lakes, camps, and public swimming facilities are among the most popular places that hire lifeguards. Fitness facilities, YMCA facilities, and resorts are other popular locations that hire lifeguard services. You should seek out these places and obtain information on the services that they offer and the necessary steps to getting a summer job as a lifeguard. 3) Once you have gathered all the information that is necessary to get a summer job as a lifeguard, it is important that you pick two or three places that you prefer to work. Once you have selected these locations, it is important that you find out what you must do prior to becoming a lifeguard. For example, you may be required to take a course that trains you to become a lifeguard, a class that teaches CPR, or even a basic swimming class. Once you find out what criteria must be met, arrange to engage in these activities to ensure that you qualify for the summer job position that you are seeking. 4) Once you are completely trained to get a summer job as a lifeguard, you should start applying for the positions in the locations that you choose. The application process can be extremely long as they want to ensure they choose the best candidates. You should prepare copies of all your certifications, your referrals, and any other relevant information. Once you have made copies of all this information, and completed your application, you should attach all the information with a cover letter and turn it in. 5) Once you have applied for the summer job of a lifeguard, you should prepare for the interview process. There are many online resources for preparing for an interview, and you may even find information on interview success at your local library.

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