DEPARTMENT: Employee Wellness REVIEWED:JOB CODE: 1-034 REVISED:
VP Operations/Professional Services VP Human
1. Reports directly to the Aquatics Coordinator.
indirectly to the Director of Employee Wellness.
3. Works collaboratively
with all members of the health care
The Lifeguard provides members and
guests with a safe and
1. High school graduate or GED preferred but not required.
3. Certification in lifesaving and/or water safety from
or other recognized agency.
to be scheduled for work based on operational
the Department and Service Line hired.
5. Possess the ability to deal tactfully and harmoniously
patients, visitors and staff.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND
A. ORGANIZATIONAL TEAMWORK
1. To support the
mission of CCMC as follows:
To meet the healthcare
needs of our
community for a lifetime.
2. The core values of
CCMC represents the beliefs of our organization,
guiding our processes
and decision making at all levels. The
accomplished through a commitment to our core values of:
3. Values based care
recognizes the importance of quality customer
Excellence Standards) to patients and employees.
4. In the context of
customer service, each employee has the following
(dimensions of performance) as an individual and health
care team member.
B. ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT
knowledge of and ability to follow / attendance /
punctuality / time
card system / scheduling policies.
2. Demonstrate knowledge
of parking / hospital department locations.
3. Demonstrate knowledge
and adheres to dress code.
knowledge of CCMC Compliance Program / Code of
knowledge of CCMC Emergency Management Plan
a. Code Blue
b. Code 1
c. Code Utility
d. Code Red
e. Code Weather
f. Code Gray
( Hostage Situation)
g. Code Amber
& Code Walker
h. Code Orange (Hazmat)
i. Code Black
knowledge of physical health / wellness information and
Exposure Control Plan
knowledge of Office/workplace safety:
knowledge of Risk Management / Occurrence Report
Non-punitive Work Environment.
C. WORK ROLE COMPETENCIES
Provides a welcoming greeting to
members and guest when they enter the aquatics area.
Monitors guest activity within the
aquatics environments to ensure a safe aquatics environment at all times.
Assists with the maintenance of a clean
and safe pool environment to ensure that it meets all required local health
codes and quest needs. This may include monitoring and balancing water
chemistry, monitoring an maintaining pool temperature, and monitoring and
maintaining the cleanliness of the pool.
Assists with the maintenance of a clean
and safe pool environment through proper cleaning and preventative maintenance
of aquatics environment including filter room equipment, heaters, and pool
surfaces per facility policy and procedures.
Provides aquatics services, including
teaching swimming lessons, supervising group swim activities, and helping with
other aquatics program activities.
Demonstrates professionalism that
aligns with the values, philosophies, and standards of the facility.
Attends all scheduled employee
Performs other facility related duties,
to ensure the satisfaction of the members and guests.
II. Administrative Practices
1. Maintain established department and hospital
objectives, quality assurance, safety,
environment, infection and
hazardous material control.
Cognizant of environmental factors,
infection control issues and
maintains a safe environment for patient care.
III. Professional Accountability/Leadership
1. Demonstrates knowledge of and follows correct
chain of command in
handling challenges and issues, including
2. Assumes responsibility by ensuring continued
professional growth of
self, attending formal and/or informal
3. Ability to organize and prioritize time and
tasks to achieve a well
coordinated work effort and to effectively meet
including an ability to integrate multiple
factors which may have an
impact on patient care.
VI. DESCRIPTION OF PHYSICAL
The following items under physical
demands, psychological demands, work
demands and exposure category describe the basic extent of physical
demands performed by staff in this position.
a. See attached Physical Demands
may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions of this position.
The above is intended to
describe the general content of and broad competencies for the performance of
this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties,
responsibilities, or requirements. See unit/ area/ department specific
accountability / responsibility list.
Employee Number / Employee Name
(PRINT) Employee Signature / Date
the job time is spent in the following physical activities and psychosocial
AMOUNT OF TIME
Kneel, Crouch, Crawl
hands to finger handle or feel
with hands and arms above / below:
to 10 pounds
to 25 pounds
to 50 pounds
to 100 pounds
than 100 pounds
Occasional / Moderate Lifting Regular Basis
Occasional/Light Lifting Regular Basis
Occasional / No Lifting Regular Basis
of Electrical Shock
alarms on equipment / pages
Ability to hear Client Call
Ability to hear instructions
Exposures Category 1 = Tasks that involve exposure to blood, body
fluids, or tissues
2 = Tasks that involve no
exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues but employment may require unplanned
category 1 tasks
3 = Tasks that involve no
exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues, and category 1 are not a condition
A list of Hazardous Products or Substances that this
position is required to work with are referenced for staff review. MSDS
information is available.