Cherokee Aquatic Center Seeks Lifeguards, Instructors

The aquatic center under construction wants to fill several part-time positions before it opens later this year.

The aquatic center under construction off Sixes Road in Holly Springs wants to fill several part-time positions for its facility.

The Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency has posted several job listingssuch as part-time lifeguards, managers, front desk attendant, swim instructors, a concessions worker and water aerobic instructors.

The center will consist of 48,000 indoor facility, and an 18,000 square foot outdoor leisure pool and deck area.

The center will include an indoor 50-meter competition pool with spectator seating for 700; an indoor 25-yard recreational pool with warmer water for therapy, exercise and instruction; two indoor poolside classrooms and party rooms; a spacious lobby; and seating areas with pool overlook.

The outdoor leisure pool will include features such as an aquatic play structure, water cannons, a zero-depth entry area with geysers and deck sprays, a current channel and basketball hoops.

A concession stand, generous locker rooms and family restrooms will serve both the indoor and outdoor facilities.

The facility is on schedule and is slated to open around May. 

Kristal Dixon March 01, 2013 at 07:45 PM
I don't think the county commission intends for it to be that way as there are already high school and other recreational swim teams who can use the facility.
Tracy March 12, 2013 at 07:36 PM
I hope they have a day care this is from a kids view I would make my mom sign me up during the summer
T Smith May 07, 2013 at 03:16 PM
I totally agree! Nothing worse than trying to lap swim and get in a real workout and the pool area being crowded with running, screaming children. They have no business being near the lap pool except during official, supervised swim team practices when there is an entire "play" area set up for them.
megan givens May 31, 2013 at 12:51 AM
How much is it to get in I have a 10 month old and a 3 year old
Kristal Dixon May 31, 2013 at 12:58 AM
Hi! Daily passes are free for children under two, $5 for children ages two to 13, $6 for children and adults age 14-54 and $5 for adults 55 and over. More details here: http://www.crpa.net/page/aquatics-center-general-information


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