Certified Pool Operator

Certified Pool Operator

Certified Pool Operator


The Certified Pool Operator is responsible for the overall maintenance and operation of the water park for a large multi-faceted property with high seasonal, weekend, and holiday demands.


Essential Functions:

  • Maintain water quality according to and above state standards including:
    • Required chemical checks every two hours during shift
    • Addressing all water chemistry issues
    • Maintaining a vacuuming schedule for all bodies of water
  • Maintain a safe and clean pool deck area:
    • Inspect safety equipment for proper placement and in date
    • No hazardous materials or objects present
    • Keep deck organized and clear of debris
    • Maintain a washing schedule for all pool decks and deck furniture
  • Maintain a functional and organized pump room environment:
    • Filters are backwashed
    • Pump filter baskets are clear
    • Chlorine pumps are functional, lines are clean
    • Chemical Controllers are calibrated and functioning
    • Pump room is kept clear of debris
    • Materials are stocked, available and in their labeled area
  • Ensure Chemical room is up to code and stocked:
    • Chlorine barrels are full and present
    • Chemicals are stocked and in their labeled area
    • Work with Aquatics Manager to consistently improve facility procedures and standards
  • Off season duties include routine property maintenance such as electrical, plumbing, HVAC, painting, carpentry and preventive maintenance.


  • Operational knowledge of light and heavy equipment including zero turn mowers, tractors, excavators, and backhoes is a plus.


  • Performs other work related duties as assigned
  • Performs work related duties during day and night, weekends and holidays.
  • Must reside on-site or in the Town of Urbanna within minutes of the Resort and be able to respond to after-hours emergencies.

The Qualifications

  • Qualified applicants will have a current Certified Pool Operators (CPO) license
  • Must be able to lift, move, and handle chemicals responsibly
  • Must be a team player
  • Decision making and judgment focused on safety, prevention, and a high-quality guest experience.

Work Environment:

  • Work is mostly performed outdoors and in all weather conditions during the day or night. Work includes the use of or to be nearby large, loud construction and operating equipment, septic systems, high-voltage electric systems and uneven terrain.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to:

  • Walk, sit, stand, squat, and crawl in a lying position.
  • Lift in excess of 50lbs.
  • Sit and operate equipment in rough and finished terrain for long periods of time.
  • Utilize hands and wrists with high dexterity to use all common hand and power tools.

Position Type & Expected Work Hours:

  • Salaried-exempt, full-time, year-round.
  • In-season: 6-days per week (Approximately 48-60 hours), Off-season: 5-days per week (Approximately 40-48 hours per week).


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