Okaloosa County Beach Safety is employing for a 2018 season
November 12, 2017 - Finding Carter
Looking for a pursuit where we can be during a beach and make a difference?
OKALOOSA ISLAND — Looking for a pursuit where we can be during a beach and make a difference?
Okaloosa County Beach Safety is employing for a 2018 deteriorate and according to Ross Carter, Okaloosa County’s beach training officer, anticipating people who make a class is not an easy task.
“Every year we onslaught to find active, competitive, goal-oriented people … This is a smashing event for people seeking an enchanting anniversary job. We compensate we good to be of use to a open and to be in a best figure of your life! Our group is stoical of: Retired military, off-duty Fire Service, off-duty EMS, college students, active military, and those that have a full-time pursuit though wish to move in some additional pay,” wrote Carter.
In sequence to qualify, lifeguards have to accommodate a following mandate during a tryout:
Returning Guard Requirements: 500-meter float in 10 mins or less, one-mile run in 10 mins or reduction and a half-mile run in 4 mins or less.
Rookie/Academy Training Requirements: 500-meter float in 12 mins or less, one-mile run in 11 mins or reduction and a half-mile run in 5 mins or less.
If we qualify, lifeguards can make $14-$15.50 an hour.
Applicants will be contacted by Beach Safety staff to report a day for a audition after a finished focus is received.
For some-more information, revisit www.okaloosabeachsafety.org or call Carter during 850-855-0625 with any questions.