Aquatic Management of Indianapolis Career Opportunities
Professional Aquatic Careers
We're a strong and proven presence in the greater Indianapolis area. We look for self motivated individuals with a strong work ethic and an interest in aquatics. Come be part of a great team!
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
The Director of Operations reports directly to the General Manager and has responsibility for operations including pool operations, managing the lifeguards and pool managers, repairs, service, hiring and management of staff, customer service, and administration. The hired candidate will be trained by The Pool Management Group in the company’s methods, standards, and operational processes, and will utilize our proven processes with support from the General Manager. There is excellent opportunity for upward growth in The Pool Management Group from this position.
Regional Directors report directly to the General Manager and oversee Supervisors, Pool Managers, and teams of Lifeguards at multiple pool facilities around the city. Regional Directors must have a good understanding of aquatic safety, company practices, pool systems, and excellent communication and management skills. Regional Directors are a core part of the leadership team and are key players in ensuring company policies and standards are met. During the off-season, Regional Directors oversee the supervisors and off-season maintenance of their facilities in addition to enhancing business practices to be applied to the next season.
HUMAN RESOURCE DIRECTOR
The Human Resources Director is responsible for recruiting, interviewing, hiring, scheduling and managing the lifeguards and other pool operations staff. Human Resources Directors must have excellent organizational and communication skills. Human Resources Directors will be trained in the hiring and documentation processes for the company. The Human Resources Director will report directly to the General Manager.
POOL SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Pool Service Technicians are responsible for the operations and maintenance of multiple pools. Training is provided to ensure all staff members are experts in water chemistry, minor repairs and filtration systems of the pools on their routes. Pool Service Technicians are also involved in the opening and closing of pool facilities, along with the ongoing off-season maintenance of their facilities.
Supervisors oversee the operations, Pool Managers and Lifeguards at multiple facilities. Supervisors must have excellent customer service, teaching and communication skills. In addition, Supervisors will be trained on the systems of their pools and how to diagnose, report and solve problems at their pools. Supervisors will be tasked with leading opening and closing crews at the beginning and end of the season, along with overseeing ongoing off-season maintenance of their facilities.
CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR DIVISION MANAGER
The Construction and Repair Division Manager oversees and executes all construction and repair projects throughout the year. Candidates must possess a mastery of swimming pool construction and repair skills along with excellent communication and organizational skills. The Construction Division Manager reports directly to the General Manager.