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Directorate of Morale, Welfare, and Recreation employees serve a vital role in
supporting the Army's mission. They provide necessary skills that are crucial
to supporting our military operations. The Army integrates the talents and
skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.
is the 3rd largest island in the Hawaiian chain. It is home to about
three-fourths of the state's population. Honolulu is the state capitol and the
11th largest U.S. metropolitan city. Waikiki, the most world-renowned site in
Oahu, is the top visitor destination of the state. The island is very
geographically diverse with mountains, rainforests, volcanic craters, tropics,
beaches and more.
Located next to Building 578 on Schofield Barracks,
Richardson Pool is open to swimmers year-round. It is the largest pool in the
Department of Defense. At 103 meters long, this pool will challenge the
heartiest of swimmers and provides plenty of space for every water activity.
The pool has diving boards, a new 143-foot long slide, a separate kiddie pool
play area and more.
For instructions regarding submission of your application for Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) vacancy announcements, please review the "How to Apply" section of this announcement.
This position is at the Richardson Pool located on
Position is not entitled to 12.05% COLA (island of Oahu).
include nights, weekends, holidays and all shifts.
(25%) to allow for training and duties at other aquatic facilities.
This is a Standing Register Announcement. With cut off dates every 7 days till the close date.
Assists with the operation of
the pool, its filtration system, water balance, pool chemistry and performs
water tests. Under direction of the pool supervisor, employ safety rules for
the protection of the guest. Responsible for life guarding guest in attendance
at the assigned aquatic facility. Rescues swimmers and administers first aid as
required. Responsible for assisting in the conduct of aquatic swimming and
water survival training according to tC21-21. Attend aquatics and/or safety
training as directed. Ensures maintaining pool and area is clean and free from
any hazards. Provides information to swimmers regarding safety rules and
procedures. Tactfully warns patrons who repeatedly disregard safety rules, and
follow facility Standard Operating Procedures for disciplinary actions. Assist
in coaching or preparing the competitive and non-competitive swimming programs
as required. Issues towels and checks identification as required. Maintains
daily logs and records as required.
- 25% or Greater
- For training and to other aquatic facilities