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Facility Supervisor

Private Company - Prince Of Wales, QLD

Any Industry
Source: uWorkin


Fairfield City Council is seeking a highly skilled and motivated individual to manage daily operations of the facilities within the Leisure Centre, including the day to day supervision of lifeguard services, to ensure the health and safety of patrons.

THE POSITION: The purpose of the position is to ensure that the Centres run smoothly and effectively while ensuring they are well maintained, safe, clean and operational. The Facility Supervisor is expected to manage pool surveillance, coordinate works/contractors, develop and implement operating procedures, ensure operational compliance with policies and statutory requirements along with supervision and training of staff, rostering and recruitment.


  • Leadership experience within Aquatic Facilities.
  • Industry knowledge with at least 5 years’ experience in facility management, Assistant Manager or similar level.
  • Senior First Aid Certificate
  • Pool lifeguard Certificate
  • RLS Pool Operations certificate or RLS Technical Operations
  • Cert III in Aquatic & Community Recreation
  • Comprehensive experience in the delivery of quality Customer Service.
  • Advanced communication (written and oral) skills, with the ability to negotiate desired outcomes and influence behaviour.

Full details of the position are supplied in the Position Description.


  • Permanent position, 76 hours per fortnight between 5am to 11pm Monday to Sunday. Commencing and finishing times will be flexible and depend on operational needs.
  • This position is a Grade 4, with a commencement salary of $66,997 p.a. being offered.
  • A uniform is provided.
  • A mobile telephone is provided.

This position has been identified as ‘child related employment’ under the Commission for Children and Young People Act 1998.