The CT Pool Crew Member is responsible for servicing pools, which primarily consists of treating the pool water. As a pool crew member, you will be responsible for testing the pH balance of the water, treating the water with chemicals, and reporting the water quality to your supervisor. The CT Pool Crew Member may also be required to fix lights, leaks, and pool equipment that are cracked, broken, or malfunctioning.
The following statements describe the principal functions of this job and its scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including working in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods, or otherwise to balance the workload.
- Be responsible for maintaining a clean, safe, organized, and stocked vehicle
- Cleaning pools, equipment and maintaining proper water chemistry with a test kit
- Cleaning, straightening and vacuuming pool and surrounding area.
- Complying with all safety procedures, inclusive of safe working and driving habits
- Having ongoing daily contact with new and existing customers
- Maintaining pool equipment such as motors, pumps, baskets, pool lights, etc.
- Performing minor plumbing and electrical work
- Recognizing equipment in need of repair or replacement
- Repairing or replacing pool equipment
- Replacing pool liners and covers
- Safely working with hazardous chemicals and maintaining records of usage
- Selling and promoting our services and products
- Being on call for off-hours emergencies.