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Seasonal Sailing Instructor position on Oquirrh Lake

The main duty of the Sailing Instructor is to create an all-around great experience for our boaters by providing the highest level of customer service and exceeding their expectations. Responsibilities for this role will be: welcoming guests and teach sailing courses to residents and guests; prepare theoretical and practical classes; prepare schedules for sailing; set up sailing area and prepare boats for the day; assist in training programs; and ensure equipment is in good condition and work with the repair team when needed. Other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have experience in: handling boats and watercraft; excellent people skills with a positive attitude and upbeat personality; the ability to remain calm and friendly when interacting with residents and guests; familiarity and knowledge of Oquirrh Lake and the Daybreak Community; and the ability to maintain relationships with residents, guests and staff.

Must have the ability work outside for several hours at a time with the ability to assist staff in light operation and maintenance duties as requested and be able to adapt to changing weather conditions throughout the season. Must be at least 18 years old. Availability to work weekends and holidays is required. This position will run from the first week of May through the first week of September.

If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email Curtis Clark at cclark@ccmcnet.com.


Seasonal Water Taxi position on Oquirrh Lake 

The Water Taxi Driver will be responsible for operating a motor-driven boat to carry passengers. Other responsibilities for this position will be: safely load and unload passengers; maintain equipment and clean vessel; give safety directions and distribute life jackets; provide information to guests on the boat; and report any defects to the Harbor Master. Other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will have experience in: customer services; problem solving skills; leaderships; ability to communicate effectively both written and orally; and watercraft/boating experience is preferred.

Must have the ability work outside for several hours at a time with the ability to assist staff in light operation and maintenance duties as requested and be able to adapt to changing weather conditions throughout the season. Must be at least 18 years old. Availability to work weekends and holidays is required. This position will run from the first week of May through the first week of September.

If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email Curtis Clark at cclark@ccmcnet.com.

 


Seasonal Boat Attendant on Oquirrh Lake

Fun summer job at Oquirrh Lake in Daybreak!! The Boat Attendant/Helper will be responsible for interacting with Daybreak residents to help them launch non-motorized personal watercrafts into Oquirrh Lake and surrounding boat launch areas. Will educate Daybreak residents at the boat launch sites about watercraft rules and safety regulations and help with the check in process of resident’s kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and other floating watercraft. Will also check resident for life jackets and ensure that their boats are permitted and safe to use on the lake as well as informing residents of events. Light maintenance duties including picking up garbage and debris at workstations will also be required.

The ideal candidate will possess excellent people skills, always displaying a positive and upbeat personality and be someone who truly enjoys working with people. Excellent verbal communication skills with the ability to remain calm and friendly while interacting with guests is paramount. Familiarity and knowledge of Oquirrh Lake and the Daybreak Community is desirable as well as having an interest in natural resources and recreation management.

Must have the ability work outside for several hours at a time with the ability to assist staff in light operation and maintenance duties as requested and be able to adapt to changing weather conditions throughout the season. Must be at least 16 years old to be a Boat Helper and 18 years old for a Boat Attendant. Availability to work weekends and holidays is required. This position will run from the first week of May through the first week of September.

If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email Curtis Clark at cclark@ccmcnet.com.

 


Seasonal Lake Host on Oquirrh Lake

The Lake Host will be responsible for interacting with Daybreak residents guests using Oquirrh Lake facilities, surrounding parks, and open spaces. Will educate and inform Daybreak residents and guests regarding lake management strategies and manage recreational use and rules and regulations as well as providing detailed information to guests and residents regarding Oquirrh Lake’s rules and natural systems. Additionally, will serve as an informational and educational resource for residents and lake visitors by answering questions, providing directions, and clarifying rules that apply to the lake and surrounding open space areas. Will also assist in educational activities and events and work with management staff and keep staff apprised of changing weather conditions, cleaning or maintenance needs and other situations that may need immediate attention. Other duties as assigned.

The ideal candidate will possess excellent people skills, always displaying a positive and upbeat personality and be someone who truly enjoys working with people. Excellent verbal communication skills with the ability to remain calm and friendly while interacting with guests is paramount. Familiarity and knowledge of Oquirrh Lake and the Daybreak Community is desirable as well as having an interest in natural resources and recreation management.

Must be able to ride a bicycle for long periods of time and be able to be stationed outside in a shaded area to patrol and educate residents of the lake rules.Must have the ability work outside for several hours at a time with the ability to assist staff in light operation and maintenance duties as requested and be able to adapt to changing weather conditions throughout the season. Must be 18 years of age and have a High School Diploma or G.E.D Certificate. Availability to work weekends and holidays is required. This position will run from the first week of May through the first week of September.

If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email Curtis Clark at cclark@ccmcnet.com.


Seasonal Lifeguard at the Community Center

The Lifeguard will be responsible for monitoring and supervising pool facilities, as well as keeping the facility clean, organized and enforcing policies and procedures. All lifeguards will report to the Aquatics Manager as well as, the Head Lifeguard.

Must learn the facility’s emergency action plan and know how to engage it, must perform lifesaving duties when needed and answer patron’s questions and follow up on requests. Will also assist with the opening and closing the facility as needed, attending all scheduled aquatic’s meetings, work with swim lessons and private parties, and maintain a good level of physical fitness.

The ideal candidates will have Red Cross CPR/First Aid/AED certification. Must be able to pass a swim test, as well as possess good oral and written communication skills and strong people skills. Candidates will be required to work early morning to late evening shifts and weekends. The Aquatics Manager provides CPR, First Aid, and AED classes on site for no charge if you do not have your certifications yet!

If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email Curtis Clark at cclark@ccmcnet.com.


Seasonal Groundskeeper/Maintenance Staff 

The Groundskeeper/Maintenance person will be responsible for the daily upkeep of the community grounds which includes following a dedicated route to clean and remove trash from receptacles and pet waste stations, sweeping or hosing off park pavilion spaces daily and as needed after rentals, cleaning around dumpsters, as well as be responsible for the care, maintenance and inventory of all supplies and equipment needed, must maintain the required property uniform and ensure a professional appearance at all times. Responsibilities will also include completing maintenance work orders and additional duties as assigned. Must be aware of and operate within OSHA standards and company safety policies.

 

The ideal candidate will have 1+ years grounds keeping or related experience, and some skills in graffiti removal, carpentry, and other building trades, as well as have skills in landscaping, and grounds maintenance. Training will be provided. Must be organized, efficient and have the ability to recognize the level of quality acceptable to keep facilities looking their best. Must be friendly, confident, exercise good judgment and have the ability to communicate with managers, residents and peers. Must have a great attitude and work ethic and be self-motivated.

 

Must have a High school diploma or equivalent, be 18+ years of age, have a valid driver’s license, clean driving record, pass a drug screen, and have the ability to read, write, and speak English.
 
If you are interested, please first notify your supervisor, and then email Don Scott at dscott@ccmcnet.com.