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posted December 9, 2017

Wings & Waves Waterpark
McMinnville, OR
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Summer is right around the corner and as we prepare we're looking to add some more leadership to our team!
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Park Wide

  • Responsible for enforcing State Laws and regulations regarding lunches.
  • Enforce Ellis and Associate Standards by running daily audits
  • Perform first Aid
  • Responses to major emergencies without the park
  • Responsible for assisting with lost children
  • Responsible for opening and shutting down procedures with the Supervisor on Duty (ex: locking doors, shutting off water, shutting over tv’s
  • Evaluation lifeguard performance by running In-service trainings
  • Ensures that swimmers are well supervised in the pool and on decks. Fills in for lifeguards as necessary.
  • Ensures that lifeguards perform in accordance with established safety regulations and policies.
  • Interfaces with guests regarding concerns, problems, or issues. Provides input and feedback while responding to problems.

Safety office

  • Administrates First aid upon request
  • Files all paperwork regarding Ellis and Associates
  • Answers phones and questions guests have
  • inventories and recognizes when supplies or equipment need to be ordered and communicates the needs to the Aquatics Supervisor
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About This Employer

Wings & Waves Waterpark

460 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way

McMinnville, OR 97128

Telephone (503) 687-3390

WINGS & WAVES WATERPARK

Welcome to Wings & Waves Waterpark, where we invite you to soar and slide your way through the elements of wind and water. Our innovative, indoor park creates an atmosphere unlike anything you’ve seen before, a year-round vortex of fun for young and old, inquisitive and adventurous alike.

Whether you’re a bright-eyed cadet or experienced pilot, our surging network of slides and tunnels offers the perfect rush, and the only place in the world where you can experience what it’s like to barrel down from the belly of the Evergreen 747.