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From greeting our members and guests with a smile to supervising the swimming pools, jacuzzi, steam room and changing rooms, the job of a Lifeguard at Exeter Golf and Country Club is a varied one!

Committed to maintaining the highest levels of safety and attentiveness while at poolside, as a Lifeguard you need an excellent attention to detail and the ability to work well within a team and alone.

Confident and assertive in dealing with all ages, while being welcoming and friendly, our Lifeguards cover all areas of the pools and changing rooms from a usage and cleanliness point of view.


Supervise the pool according to RLSS standards and club rules

Lead by example

Positively dealing with and learning from members feedback and concerns.

Greeting members and visitors at all times with a smile.

Keeping the plant rooms working and in good condition.

Carrying out pool tests and dealing with any problems accordingly

Cleaning all pools and maintain high water quality

Maintain a high level of cleanness around the pool

Liaising with line manager to ensure works are carried out with minimal disruption to operations.

Reporting routine maintenance of the club’s equipment.

Liaising with operational team to ensure works are carried out with minimal disruption to operations.

Prioritising works and keeping the operations team informed.

Undertaking any other reasonable duties as directed by the Head of Swimming

Arriving for your shift on time and in correct uniform (clean, smart and presentable at all time).

Follow all procedures set in place.

Constantly looking for ways to improve current practices.

To actively promote equal opportunities through promotion of policies, procedures and ensure actions taken by self and all colleagues are consistent with the Clubs requirements.

To promote products and services available within the club.

To ensure that works being carried out are cost effective and to agreed standards.

Having knowledge of departmental standards

Must have a valid RLSS NPLQ qualification