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Allegheny County looking for lifeguards

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With the official start of swim season just two months away, the Allegheny County Parks Department is looking for lifeguards at its pools in Boyce, North, Settlers Cabin and South parks.

Starting pay is $11 an hour. Lifeguards who work through the Labor Day weekend will receive $0.50 for each hour worked during the season.

Anyone 16 and older is encouraged to apply.

Candidates willing to work the entire season must pass an aquatics test and background check. First aid and CPR certification is also required. Returning guards and applicants 18 and older will be given preference.

The 2019 swim season starts June 1 and runs through Sept. 2.

For more information on the seven skills in the aquatics test, click here. The county will hold four test days, all on Saturdays at North Hills High School at 53 Rochester Rd. in Ross Township. Aquatic tests start April 20.

For additional information or to obtain an application, click here on the county’s website or call 412-350-2468.

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