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Ridgewood Parks & Recreation Department is in need of Certified Waterfront Lifeguards for Graydon Pool

Graydon Pool Ridgewood
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Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood Parks & Recreation Department is in need of Certified Waterfront Lifeguards to provide adequate coverage in order to keep Graydon Pool open through September 6th.

Waterfront Lifeguards filling (temporary) positions must possess their ARC Waterfront Lifeguard Certificate (Basic Lifeguarding with Waterfront Skills), pass a pre-requisite test, and complete orientation.
**temporary, part-time
Interested applicants must pass a background check and complete employment paperwork prior to orientation.
For more information, contact the Ridgewood Parks & recreation Department at the Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue, 201-670-5560, recreation@ridgewoodnj.net

7 thoughts on “Ridgewood Parks & Recreation Department is in need of Certified Waterfront Lifeguards for Graydon Pool

  1. Yet another screw up by Nancy Bigos.

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  2. Why weren’t advertisements posted well in advance so that no closures would have been necessary? Someone was asleep at the switch for sure.

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  3. I heard that they’ve known for months that they didn’t have enough guards to keep the pool open until Labor Day. So what gives? Why didn’t they do anything about it?

  4. Another embarrassing move. The management can’t even run the pool. Maybe they should make all the parks employees get certified in lifeguarding.

  5. Why are you blaming Nancy Bigos…?

    The Woke Generation has no interest in making money.

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  6. Who is the woke Generation .
    Who’s in charge. We understand that it’s a seasonal job and this is a seasonal gig. And we do understand that season employees go back to college. But they should head back up. What Would’ve happened if the majority of lifeguards tested positive for Covid .they would have to be quarantine for 15 days, then what shut the pool down for 15 days. This is the problem when you hire seasonal employees. And we do understand that this is a liability issue. We don’t need another Mega Million Dollar lawsuit. It’s just that they knew this back in July they should’ve been noticing it out. The majority of us spent a lot of money for the season and now it’s cut short. I guess you’re going back down the shore.

  7. The pool is so beautiful this year. Damn shame

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