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Lifeguards Wanted In James City

JAMES CITY-The James City County Parks & Recreation Department is hiring lifeguards for the James City County Recreation Center indoor pool.

Open interviews to fill positions will be held monthly through December from 5 pm to 7pm on the following days:  Wednesday, September 15; Wednesday, October 20; Wednesday, November 10; and Wednesday, December 22. Appointments are not necessary.

Potential candidates must past swim tests for American Red Cross Shallow Water Lifeguarding as part of the interview process. Other prerequisites also apply.

Interested individuals must be at least 16 years old and have a current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification with First Aid, CRP, and AED training. For more information, call 757-259-4185.

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