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Posted on: January 25, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Now Hiring for Lifeguards, Swim Instructors, Summer Jobs

Aquatics staff in the pool with children in August 2021

Find your next opportunity at Recreation, Parks and Property Management! View full job descriptions and application information at

  • Aquatics: We are now hiring part-time Lifeguards and Swim Instructors. Staff will be needed to offer more programs on weekends. To be a Lifeguard, candidates must hold a current Lifeguarding Certification and enjoy working with all ages. Swim Instructors are trained by the city, and these candidates must enjoy the water and working with children.
  • Athletics: We are looking for basketball and volleyball gym attendants! High-school students are welcome too! Contact Danielle Ladd for more information at 425-640-3105 or
  • Ballfield Attendants: The Athletics Department is hiring for Ballfield Attendants. Please contact Danielle Ladd at for more information.

  • Dance Academy: The Dance Department is hiring experienced dance instructors. Jazz, Lyrical and Ballet instructors are needed and can be integrated into the schedule after a successful interview and teaching a trial class. Questions? Contact Dance & Fitness programmer Chloe Davenport at 425-640-3107 or
  • Facilities Maintenance: A full-time facilities maintenance position is now available. Help keep the city buildings running on weekends and weekdays.

  • Parks Maintenance: Full-time and part-time parks maintenance help is needed! Help keep our parks clean with weekend and weekday hours.

  • Part-Time Front Desk: The Recreation Pavilion front desk is hiring! We currently have part-time non-benefitted positions. For more information, contact Renee Norton at 425-640-3108 or

  • Youth Programs: Youth Programs are hiring Before and/or After School Site Leads and Assistants. We are seeking dedicated, responsible, fun and caring individuals to help bridge the school day for our youth. Contact Danielle Ladd at for more information.

    (View full job descriptions and application information at

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