Employement Opportunities for the Week of Oct. 10


Sara Monterroso

Provided by Roberta Buckberg, employment services specialist

Wednesday, October 12

British Swim School (10-2 in Campus Center Lobby area) – hiring lifeguards, swim instructors, customer care personnel.

Working at British Swim School is so much more than just a job…

It’s an opportunity to leave a legacy that may transform a child’s life. As part of the BSS Team, you play a role in your local community, empowering others and sharing your passion. It’s a chance to be part of a fun-loving team of dedicated people who are committed to promoting water safety and a lifelong love of the water.


Although we teach swimming to all ages and abilities, the majority of our students are preschool and elementary-aged children. Our instructors need to enjoy working with this young age group while also putting parents at ease. Experience of working with children or in a child-oriented business is preferred, although not necessary if you can demonstrate the desired attitude. The position includes 40 hours of specialist training in our highly developed proprietary British Swim School methodology.


We also have great opportunities with our “dry” Customer Service Team. These are the people who are dedicated to delivering the best service in the industry. In these roles, you could be talking to our parents on the phone or on the pool deck. Wherever you are, the goal is to make everyone feel welcome in the British Swim School Family as we work to ensure the “Survival of the Littlest”.


Thursday, October 13


Way Station (10-2 in Campus Center Lobby area) – Way Station, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing compassionate and quality behavioral health care, housing and employment services to adults with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance addictions; children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral challenges; and veterans with service needs. Way Station embraces the principles of recovery and resilience and is committed to providing evidence-based, consumer-driven, and family-focused services.    For more information www.waystationinc.org


US Army (12 noon-2 in the Campus Center Dining Area)

The army is looking for young men and women who meet the following qualifications

  • A  U.S. citizen or resident alien.
  • At least 17 years old (17-year old applicants require parental consent) and no older than 35
  • Have a high school diploma or GED (with very few exceptions)
  • Pass a physical medical exam

We offer a variety of benefits such as helping them pay for college, free medical and dental benefits.