We are a In-house Pool Division owning and operating pools in Apartment Communities we own. We currently have 56 pools in the Baltimore and Washington area. Being In-House pool company profit is not our number one concern but providing our customers with the best lifeguards and the best possible customer service is our number one priority.
Years of cooperation with Czech-us: 17
Start date: May 23rd, 2020 – May 31st, 2020
End date: September 6th, 2020
Maryland – Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Montgomery County
Virginia – Fairfax County, Alexandria, Prince William County
Pools are located in apartment communities and hotels.
Number of employees: 1700
Number of run pools planned in 2020: 56
Wage: lifeguard $13 / hour, pool operator $14 / hour
Overtime: sometimes, overtime wage 1.5x regular wage
Pay frequency: bi-weekly, every other Friday
# of days per week: 5 days
# of hours per week: 40
# of hours per week in 2018: 48
# of hours per week in 2019: ??
Before middle of June and after middle of August, the pools shift to a different opening schedule, according to the school hours of corresponding counties.
Uniform: cost $75
Females: Lifeguard T-shirt, swimsuits and shorts
Males: Lifeguard T-shirt, tank top and swim trunks
Cost of housing is $1725 for entire season. There will be 4 deductions of $450 ($75 for uniform and $1725 for housing). This will be the same for every participant.
All utilities (gas, electricity, trash, water) are included in housing costs and basic furnishings (i.e. bed, dresser, table, couch, chairs, lights, cleaning supplies). Please note that bedding items (sheets, blankets, pillows), bathroom items (towels, toilet paper), kitchen items (dishes, silverware, tableware), and eating supplies are not included in housing costs and are not provided.
Phone, Cable and internet are not included.
Apartments have one, two, or three bedrooms and are furnished. They all have a bathroom, kitchen (includes refrigerator, stove, oven, and sink), and a living room. 2 people will share one bedroom.
How to get to work?
You will be working as close to the community in which you live as possible. In most cases you will be actually working where you are staying and you will need 2-5 minutes to get to work and start your shift. In a few cases you may need to utilize public transportation, ride a bike or walk depending on distance. Housing is located within 0-5 miles to job site.
Pick-up at the airport: can be arranged for groups
Recommended to arrive to Washington D.C. Dulles Airport (IAD) or by bus to Silver Spring Metro Station from Monday through Friday in afternoon hours.
Participants MUST inform employer of their arrival date and location, prior to arrival (airline, flight number, date, time, and the name of the airport). The most efficient method of transportation from the airport to the office is to pay for the Super Shuttle service. The Super Shuttle average cost is $20-$30 for the first person, and $8-$15 for each additional passenger.
Program Fee for 2019 season is $699!