Being a lifeguard is not for the fainthearted. But it is an exciting career experience and Chandler Aquatics is extremely passionate about the safety of visitors and staff at all City pools. Come discover how you can become one of the best lifeguards around while working at a pool close to your home.
Chandler Aquatics offers seasonal, year-round, full, and part-time employment opportunities. Begin your aquatics career with us.
Being a lifeguard means you're trusted with the lives of others, so you'll need to be extremely responsible, attentive, and patient. Long after your tan lines have faded you’ll still have lasting friendships with your Chandler Guard family. You’re a part of a community, where you keep people safe and every day you can be proud of what you’ve accomplished. Some may even call you a hero.
Step #1 Get Certified
One of the biggest steps to becoming a lifeguard is getting certified. Our lifeguards must complete the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training course to learn how to effectively prevent and respond to water emergencies. Through Chandler Aquatics' lifeguard training, you will learn life-saving skills that will prepare you to respond quickly in an emergency situation.
Certification Classes Begin in February
Concerned about passing the prerequisites? Take our Lifeguard Prep Academy.
Swim Lesson Instructor
Swim Lesson Instructors teach swim courses to recreational swimmers of every age and ability. As an Instructor, you’ll need to also be certified as an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. With our swim instructor training, you’ll learn how to help individuals enjoy their time safely in the water and how to evaluate swimmers’ progress.
Certification Classes Begin in January
Step # 2 Apply
Applications Open Late Winter
Anyone 15 years of age or older may apply. From teens to young adults, being a lifeguard is the best seasonal job. Lifeguard applicants must be enrolled or currently hold the American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certification. Applicants interested in Swim Lesson Instructor positions must also be enrolled or currently hold the American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification. Not quite old enough to be a lifeguard? Join our Junior Lifeguard Program.