Phone: (925) 687-9961
As the weather is warming, we are looking to hire pool monitors for the 2021 swim season! Because the CHOA pools are considered public pools, Contra Costa County is still requiring pool monitors for each one of our pools whenever they are open.
This is a part-time, seasonal position that will terminate either at the end of the swim season, or when the county lifts its requirements of pool monitors for public pools, whichever comes first. Scheduling is dependent on how many pool monitors the Association is able to hire and how long the Association can afford to keep the pools open while this county pool monitor requirement remains active. A change from last year, the county is now specifically requiring a pool monitor atevery pool in the community, instead of permitting a single monitor to rotate between our pools.
This is primarily an observation and rules enforcement position, so applicants must be comfortable with general job duties that fall under that description. Pool Monitors are responsible to ensure that all residents using the pool are complying with state and county guidelines, as well as the Association’s pool use rules. Monitors may be required to answer questions from residents about the pool rules and respond to reports of potential violations by individuals using the pools.
We are currently only accepting applications from individuals who are 18 years of age or older.
If you want to apply, please click here to download an employment application. Fill it out and email this along with a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need a physical copy, please contact the Business Office at 925-687-9961. It can also be downloaded directly from the HOA’s website under “Documents & Forms”.
If you have any questions, please contact the Business Office! More details can be provided prior to applying, such as expected hours, job duties, and salary.