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A Lifeguard position carries lots of responsibility. Lifeguards are asked to watch and protect many young children. It's their duty to save lives while kids enjoy swimming. Lifeguards also practice water safety at other locations than the local pool, for instance, they can work at recreational centers, housing associations, elderly communities, water parks, marinas, beaches, campgrounds, fitness centers, and more.
Lifeguards should have excellent awareness as they practice their most important duty, water safety. Their number one job is to ensure and enforce water safety at their facility. It is recommended a lifeguard complete CPR training and receive certification before applying for jobs. Although, some organizations will provide that training when hired. Lifeguards should naturally be excellent swimmers. There are also several lifeguard training and certification courses available, that would help any lifeguard candidates looking to gain entry into this career.
At a lifeguard interview, candidates should be able to discuss their previous training and certifications. They should be able to name various water safety rules and guidelines. They should be able to explain in detail why they are passionate about water safety and being a lifeguard. The job should be more important to them than a place to socialize for the summer. Interviewers will test each candidate about their work history or school history. They will want to know how passionate you are in your school or previous work life. They will ask, are you a responsible individual? Organizations can not afford to have a careless lifeguard. Practice our interview questions and we hope it helps prepare you for your interview!