Employees sought for year-round Vashon Pool

  • Tuesday, August 8, 2017 10:01am
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The Vashon Park District is seeking cleaners, lifeguards and cashiers to work at The Vashon Pool from October through May during the first season the pool will be covered.

The Vashon Seals Swim Team is funding the addition of a temporary, inflatable pool bubble to cover the pool during the off-season. It is scheduled to be erected in October and removed in May before the regular summer swim season begins.

Those interested in any of the positions listed above should contact Aquatics Director Scott Bonney at sbonney@vashonparks.org.

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