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Aquatic Center Director

Departments and Services, Parks and Recreation   ·   January 14, 2022

The City of Germantown is now accepting resumes for the position of Aquatic Center Director.  This position is a part-time, year-round administrative position that requires a highly responsible and organized individual.

Some administrative work during the winter months in preparation for the opening of the facility. Must be able to perform duties during normal business hours; occasional evening and weekend work. The position hours will ramp up as the summer season gets closer.  On the average, the Director will spend about 5 hours per week during off-season and 10 hours per week in the season.

Duties include general oversight of Pool and Facility Operations, working closely with the Pool Manager and Management Team.  Hiring and monitoring Pool Staff,  special projects, auditing, and cash and credit card management, pre/post season opening/closing of the facility, assisting in preparation of the annual budget, ensuring all back-office and licensing paperwork in order, oversight of facility building and maintenance projects.

Previous pool management experience preferred.  Inquires/questions and resumes can be directed to Roni Saul,

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