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One-Stop Recruitment July 27 for Lifeguard Hopefuls

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Maui lifeguard tower. File photo by Wendy Osher.

The County of Maui will be holding a one-stop recruitment day on July 27 for pool guard trainees, which can be the first step to a career as a lifeguard.

The county’s Personnel Services and Parks and Recreation departments will be conducting the One-Stop Recruitment Opportunity, which begins at 8 a.m. Friday, July 27, at War Memorial Sakamoto Pool in Wailuku.

That day, applicants should be prepared to: 1) take and pass a written civil service exam; and 2) swim 300 meters in 10 minutes or less.  Following successful completion of the written exam and performance test, interviews will be conducted on the spot.

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Apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/Maui by noon July 26 to be eligible for the recruitment day.  Minimum requirements are high school graduation and a valid driver’s license.

The Pool Guard Trainee is an entry-level position in the Pool Guard program, which offers on-the-job training at no cost to the employee the theories, techniques and methods used by lifeguards. Upon hire, eligibility for promotions are available at six months, and the county offers a benefit package, among other incentives.

For more information, call Cynthia M. Razo-Porter at Personnel Services, (808) 270-7256, or Duke Sevilla, pool manager, at (808) 270-6135.

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