Lifeguards

IMG_2332 IMG-20130725-00152Looking for a GREAT Summer Job?  Become a Sears Pool Lifeguard!

Sharpen your leadership skills and show the world what you can do!

Experience:  Build Leadership, teaching and communication skills that will help you in school and your future career. 

Rewards:  Make money, have fun and work with your friends.  Plus, it’s a great way to stay in shape!

Respect:  Impress your peers, college admissions officers and future employers with skills that can make a meaningful difference in the world.

Lifesaving:  Be a hero by helping keep people safe in, on and around the water.

Full, Part-time, Substitute, Head Guard and Gate Attendant Positions are now available in the following areas:

 Acworth           Alpharetta             Atlanta             Brookhaven        Canton               Chamblee            Clarkston             Cumming       Decatur       Duluth      Dunwoody   Johns Creek        Kennesaw      Lawrenceville           Marietta           Norcross      Roswell         Sandy Springs          Snellville            Stone Mountain       Vinings

Returning guards (if you worked for SPMC in 2013), please click here to fill out the returning guard application. After you have completed the application, please see the forms page and mail or fax your paperwork to SPMC at 770-993-7491.

New guards (if 2014 is your first year with SPMC or if you did not work in 2013), please click here to fill out our online application. Our Staffing & Marketing Manager will contact you for an interview. After you have completed your application, please see the forms page. Make sure to print these and bring them to your interview along with any certifications you have.

If you have any questions regarding employment, please contact Jackie Greene, Staffing & Marketing Manager at jackie@searspool.com or 770-993-7492.

Certification Information

For information regarding certification classes taught through Sears Pool Management, please click here.

2014 Lifeguard Meeting -

All SPMC employees are required to attend an orientation meeting.  More information about these meetings will be posted in early spring.