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City hiring lifeguards for summer
The Parks and Recreation Department’s Aquatics Division is looking to hire more than 750 lifeguards to staff its 50 aquatic facilities this summer. The Aquatic Administration and Training Facility is hosting three hiring days to give anyone interested in working as a lifeguard, cashier or swim instructor the opportunity to complete an application, interview and register for any required training. Pay is dependent on position and age and starts at $8 to $10.25 per hour. Prospects can apply from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the Aquatic Administration and Training Facility, 2818 San Gabriel. Other hiring sessions are planned for May 8 and May 20. For more information, call (512) 974-9332 or go here.
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