Lifeguards Wanted. Posted 4/6/2021
Starting June 2021 through Labor Day
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$16.80 an hour
40 Hours a week. Some OT required. This is a summer, seasonal position.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
Must be Lifeguard Certified with CPR & First Aid for a Level 2b Beach waterfront. If you are not currently lifeguard certified, you must prove that you are enrolled or willing to enroll in a Lifeguard certification class. ** Please note – classes are resuming on a very limited basis. Please check your local American Red Cross for lifeguarding class availability.
For lifeguards who are unable to attain re-certification due to limited availability of re-certification classes for CPR, first aid, lifeguarding – NYSDOH has issued an extension of certification as long as pre-existing certifications expired between January 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021
Many recertification courses for CPR, first aid, lifeguarding, and other aquatic courses have not resumed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the NYSDOH’s is extending the statewide variance last reissued on December 22, 2020 to the regulatory provisions that impose a time limit for the validity of such courses to allow individuals to continue to work or volunteer at regulated swimming pools, bathing beaches, recreational aquatic spray grounds, and children’s camps.
This variance will be applicable to certifications that expire between January 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. Please note that we anticipate this to be the last extension; therefore, individuals currently working or volunteering under the variance should strive to be recertified as soon as possible.
The variance is issued with the condition that each individual certificate holder to whom this variance applies, must attest in writing that they have reviewed their course training materials for the required certifications, and has the skills and physical ability to perform lifeguarding and CPR responsibilities. The Town of Long Lake will provide paperwork to those individuals seeking to attest to their re-certification. More information will be available upon interviews.
Job Opening Seasonal Position posted 04/06/21
Seasonal Summer Laborer
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$13.57 an hour
Weekend, holiday and evening hours required
Submit applications by May 14, 2021. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
· Garbage & recycling duty
· brush cutting
· operating light equipment such as chain saw and brush sa
· lifting up to 100#
· carrying up to 100#
· digging ditches
· driving Town trucks (light)
· moving docks
· painting indoors and out
· ladder work
· minor carpentry using power tools
· events set up and tear down
· mandatory ALL DAY AVAILABLILITY 4th of July
· promotional/events support as needed
· some evenings and weekends expected
Summer Help Wanted
Stewardship Intern – Seasonal Full Time (May – August 2021)
The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District is seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated stewardship intern.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION
Internship will include technical duties related to the establishment of conservation practices on public and private properties. Intern will assist Conservation District staff, and work with a variety of people including municipal employees, professional organizations, and private landowners.
DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ASSISTING WITH THE FOLLOWING
• Assist with trail maintenance, hydroseeding, water monitoring, invasive species inventory and management, and the Water Testing Program.
• Record keeping, application use, database establishment and management.
• Assist with educational outreach efforts.
• Other duties as assigned.
LENGTH OF EMPLOYMENT AND PAY RATE
Late May – August. 40 hours per week at $14.00 / hour. No health benefits.
This seasonal full time position requires a basic knowledge of various natural resource concerns. Additional qualifications include: good communication and organizational skills, ability to get along with others, ability to carry out written and oral instructions, intermediate computer skills, ability and adequate physical condition to work outside in all weather conditions, get your hands dirty, and compete tasks in the field including lifting up to 40 lbs. Education: High school degree. Candidates must have a valid New York State driver’s license.
Mail or email a cover letter, resume, completed application, and 2 signed letters of reference to District Manager Caitlin Stewart (email@example.com) by Friday April 23, 2021. Application may be downloaded at www.hcswcd.com. Applicant must submit all application requirements to be considered.
It is the policy of the Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District to provide employment without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, political belief, sexual orientation, marital or family status.