Employment Opportunities

 Season hiring is still moving forward. We encourage you to email applications and resumes to Kody Bess at kbess@ccmcnet.com to set up an interview either in person or over the phone. DCC staff are available on site Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm. Please cal the Community Center at (801)253-6418 for any questions.
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

Pool Supervisor

 POSITION SUMMARY Manage the daily operations of all community swimming pools in Daybreak. This includes the chemical testing, cleaning, maintenance and repairs.  Provide facility management reports and presentations to the Board of Directors.  

 Duties and Responsibilities: Include the following but are not limited to the job specifications contained herein.  Additional duties or job functions may be required as deemed necessary.

  • Oversee maintenance of pools including but not limited to cleanliness and appropriate chemical balance, and health standards and requirements. 
  • Train maintenance staff in proper pool care and maintenance.
  • Supervises approximately 75 seasonal pool workers including lifeguards and head lifeguards.
  • Responsible for scheduling of all workers, maintaining records, and performing evaluations on all employees at the swimming pools.
  • Record and organize accurate records concerning attendance, accident/incident/injury reports, chlorine readings, and schedules.
  • Initiate repairs with established vendors when needed.
  • Oversee pool supplies and equipment, and submit requests for purchases in order to maintain adequate stock.
  • Will be called upon to work with general janitorial maintenance staff as needed.
  • Be available to work outdoors, indoors, days, nights and weekends, and be able to lift 50lbs.  

Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be CPR certified or acquire CPR certification within one months of hire, and be able to do each essential duty listed above. These requirements are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Must have knowledge of Salt Lake County rules and regulations concerning semi-public swimming pools and facilities. Must have knowledge of facilities and swimming pool maintenance, and have basic computer skills. 

Language Skill:
Ability to read and interpret documents, prints, plans and governing rules and regulations. Have verbal skills and written skills needed to produce reports at a professional level. Communicate with one-on-one or groups of employees and organizations.  

Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, percentages and decimals. 

 Reasoning Ability:
Ability to apply a common sense understanding to carry out detailed, written and oral instructions.  Ability to deal with problems involving complex variables and provide concrete solutions.

APPLY: Visit the Community Center to fill out an application or email resume to cclark@ccmcnet.com. 



Head Lifeguard

POSITION SUMMARY:Monitor and supervise the pool facilities, enforcing policies, and monitor lifeguards on duty and conduct EAP if necessary.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Reports to Aquatics Manager or designee.
• Monitor and enforce pool rules and policies. 
• Monitor chemical levels in all assigned areas.
• Keep facility clean and organized. 
• Know facility’s emergency action plan, and how to lead it. 
• Perform life saving duties when needed. 
• Test lifeguards lifesaving skills on a consistent basis.
• Answer patrons’ questions and follow up on requests. 
• Assist with the opening and closing the facility as needed. 
• Attend all scheduled meetings and in-services. 
• Maintain a good level of physical fitness. 
• Work with swim lessons and private parties. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: 
• Outdoor work environment
• Able to lift and carry up to 50lbs

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• At least one year of experience lifeguarding with Daybreak or one year of experience head lifeguarding at another facility.
• Currently certified as a lifeguard with a Nationally Recognized association and   currently CPR & First Aid certified. 
• Must be able to pass a swim test and have a good level of physical fitness. 
• Must possess good oral and written communication skills, as well as quality people skills. 
• Qualified candidates will be required to work early morning to late evening shifts and weekends including Sundays.

APPLY: Visit the Community Center to fill out an application or email resume to cclark@ccmcnet.com. 


Lake Host 

PAY RATE: $12.00 - $13.00 Hour DOE
HOURS: 30 – 40 hours a week, seasonal May through September

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Observe and encourage compliance with posted lake use rules and regulations.
  • Serve as an informational and educational resource for residents and lake visitors by answering questions, providing directions, and clarifying rules that apply to the lake and surrounding open space areas.
  • Engage in public interaction, educational activities, games, and events.
  • Cleaning or maintenance needs at Lake Village and other situations that may need immediate attention. 
  • Communicate with management regarding lake and open space management directives and objectives. “Know the Why”
  • Engage in public interaction, giving great customer service and informing the Daybreak residents about upcoming community events. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Ride bicycle for extended periods of time

 EXPECTATIONS OF A LAKEHOST

  • Excellent “people” skills. Positive and upbeat personality that enjoys working with people.
  • Represents Daybreak in a positive and professional manner.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills. 
  • Ability to remain calm and friendly when interacting with residents and guests.
  • Ability to approach diverse situations and manage in an appropriate manner.
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with residents, guests and staff. 
  • Familiarity and knowledge of Oquirrh Lake and the Daybreak Community is desirable.

 APPLY: Visit the Community Center to fill out an application or email resume to cclark@ccmcnet.com. 



Lifeguard
POSITION SUMMARY: Monitor and supervise the pool facilities, enforcing policies and procedures.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Reports to Aquatics Coordinator or designee.
• Monitor and enforce pool rules and policies. 
• Keep facility clean and organized. 
• Know facility’s emergency action plan, and how to engage it. 
• Perform life saving duties when needed. 
• Answer patrons’ questions and follow up on requests. 
• Assist with the opening and closing the facility as needed. 
• Attend all scheduled meetings and in-services. 
• Maintain a good level of physical fitness. 
• Work with swim lessons and private parties. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
•Outdoor work environment
•Able to lift and carry up to 50lbs

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
•Currently certified as a lifeguard with a Nationally Recognized association and currently CPR & First Aid certified.
•Must be able to pass a swim test and have a good level of physical fitness.
•Must possess good oral and written communication skills, as well as quality people skills.
•Qualified candidates will be required to work early morning to late evening shifts and weekends (including Sundays).

APPLY: Visit the Community Center to fill out an application or email resume to cclark@ccmcnet.com. 



Duffy Boat Captain
PAY RATE: $13.00
HOURS: 30 – 40 hours a week, seasonal May through September

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
•Operates motor-driven boat to carry passengers 
•Safely loads and unloads passengers
•Provide a unique experience for passengers on Oquirrh Lake
•Maintains equipment and cleans vessel
•Gives safety directions and distribute life jackets
•Provides information to passengers about what is current in the community
•Reporting defects and health and safety issues to the Harbor Master
•Promotes community events and Daybreak amenities to the passengers
•Keep boat and the harbor clean and safe for the public
•Answers Guests' questions
•Seasonal May-Sept.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
•Outdoor work environment
•Able to lift and carry up to 40lbs
•Operate watercraft

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
•Ability to work outdoors for extended periods of time
•18 years old

APPLY: Visit the Community Center to fill out an application or email resume to cclark@ccmcnet.com. 


Boat Attendant/Helper

PAY RATE: $9.00 - $11.00 Hour DOE
HOURS: 20 – 40 hours a week, seasonal May through September

POSITION SUMMARY:
Fun outdoor seasonal position that interacts with Daybreak residents to help them launch non-motorized personal watercrafts into Oquirrh Lake and surrounding boat launch areas. Educate Daybreak residents at the boat ramp about watercraft rules and safety regulations. Help with check in process of resident’s kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and other floating watercrafts. Light maintenance duties including picking up garbage and debris at workstations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Observe and encourage compliance with posted Oquirrh Lake rules and regulations.
• Help residents of all ages check in their personal watercraft and help launch them onto the lake safely
• Checking residents for lifejackets and that their boats are permitted and safe to use on the lake.
• Serve as an informational and educational resource for residents and lake visitors by answering questions, providing directions and clarifying rules that apply to the Boat Launch sites
• Assist in public interaction, giving great customer service and informing the Daybreak resident’s of events.
• Keep Boats at the worksite organized and accessible
• Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Excellent “people” skills. Positive and upbeat personality that enjoys working with people. Represents Daybreak Community Association, Capital Consultants Management Corporation, LiveDaybreak and • Kennecott Land in a positive and professional manner.
• Excellent verbal communication skills.
• Ability to remain calm and friendly when interacting with residents and guests.
• Ability to approach diverse situations and manage them in an appropriate manner.
• Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with residents, guests and staff.
• Familiarity and knowledge of Oquirrh Lake and the Daybreak Community is desirable.
• Experience or interest in education, natural resources, and/or recreation management is desirable.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
• Must be in good physical condition and have the ability work outside for several hours at a time, ability to assist staff in light operation and maintenance duties as requested and be able to adapt to changing • weather conditions throughout the season.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must be at least 16 years old for Boat Helper
• Must be at least 18 for Boat Attendant
• Availability to work weekends and holidays

APPLY: Visit the Community Center to fill out an application or email resume to cclark@ccmcnet.com. 



Sailing Instructor
PAY RATE: $15.50/hr
Hours: 20-30 hours per week
POSITION SUMMARY: The main duty of the Sailing Instructor is to create an all around great experience for our boaters by providing the highest level of customer service and exceeding their expectations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Welcomes guests and teaches sailing courses to residents and guests at all levels
• Prepares theoretical and practical classes adapted to needs and levels of all attendees
• Prepares resident and guest sailing schedules
• Sets up sailing area and prepares boats and activities for the day
• Assists in training programs and determines areas of opportunity
• Provides excellent customer service and answers any questions guests and employees may have
• Ensures equipment is in good condition and works with repair team when needed
•Assists Lifestyle department with community events on the Lake

 APPLY: Visit the Community Center to fill out an application or email resume to cclark@ccmcnet.com. 

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