This employer is the largest beach service in Myrtle Beach, SC, covering approximately 10 miles of beaches at Grand Strand. In operation since 1974, Lack’s Beach Service maintains a high standard of service for the community.
The biggest change this year is that, in the city, we’re splitting the responsibilities of guarding and rentals. All guards in the city will be LGOs. County will still have dual role positions available. There is also a beach attendant position (just rentals with first aid/cpr cert). Right now, the pay is at $15-17 but that could change. Both guard positions are still required to have the red cross cert and pass the swim test.
Limit 500m/10min: If pools don’t open and no one can send swim videos before the summer season, we’ll need some kind of log of exercise (running, biking, etc) to show us that they’re not just sitting on the couch all day. The swim is important and they have to be in good shape.
All lifeguards must attend weekly in- service training called a surf school – Tuesday (SSBS, CBS), Wednesday (LBS), Thursday (NBS, MARRIOTT and potential Gene’s Beach Service at 77th Ave N). Lifeguards will practice all kind of different scenarios of ocean rescue techniques.
All rookie guards also must attend Rookie school which is going to be after working hours at the beginning of summer (June), rookie school will last 3-4 days approximately 3 hours/day (5.30pm-8.30pm) after working hours and lifeguards are not going to be paid for in-service training.
Start date: from May till June 10th, 2022
End date: September 5th, 2022 or later (till Sep 30th the latest)
Number of employees: 130
Office is open: Monday-Friday 7:30am – 5:00pm