The Langeberg Municipality: Life Guards Learnership 2013/14

Posted on :

12 Sep, 2013

Category :

Learnerships in South Africa, Trainee Jobs in South Africa

Status: Contract appointment – season bound (1 October till 30 April) @ R 12.00 per hour

The Langeberg Municipality wants to invite young energetic candidates to be trained as life guards.
Candidates will be required to undertake a swim test. This is a compulsory evaluation. Candidates will be informed when to report to the identified Testing Centre to complete the compulsory tests. Candidates are advised to bring their own swimwear, equipment, towel, food and refreshments to the Testing Centre. Candidates who pass the swim test will qualify to be evaluated on the lifesaving techniques. These are compulsory evaluations & requirements.


Qualifications/ Experience:

Grade 10 or 12 months relevant lifesaving experience; The ability to meet the requirements to the Qualifying certificate standard as per the Lifesaving South Africa’s certificate; A valid lifeguard certificate would be an advantage; Physical fit;

Key Performance Areas:

Patrolling, monitoring and controlling the pool, deck and diving areas; Monitoring and controlling the entrance to and exit from the pool and physical activities of patrons; Identifying, preventing and removing hazards and threats to pool users; Recognising and response quickly to all emergency situations; Ensuring own safety and that of others while participating in rescues; Applying the correct/ prescribed lifesaving and first-aid procedures.

How To Apply

Application / CV (Copy of ID and driver’s license where applicable) with covering letter must be submitted to the Municipal Manager at Postal Address: Private Bag X2, Ashton, 6715; E-mail: [email protected]; Fax: (023) 615 1563. Further information is available from the Manager: Human Resources at Tel (023) 615 8035 during normal office hours.

NB: Canvassing of Council members or any member of the Appointment Committee will immediately disqualify applicants. The Municipality is bound by the principles of affirmative action as set out in its Employment Equity Plan. Applicants that have not received any feedback by 30 November 2013 must accept that their applications were unsuccessful. CV’s will not be returned. The Municipality have the right not to make an appointment. All successful candidates’ appointments are subject to verification of qualifications and criminal records.

Municipal Manager
Municipal Offices
Private Bag X2

Closing date: 13 September 2013

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