WeHo Water Recreation Center is now hiring for the summer

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Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of the City of West Hollywood

WeHo Water Recreation Center is now hiring for the summer. “The City of West Hollywood is looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join the Leisure Services Division this summer,” read a post on the West Hollywood Pool’s official Facebook page.

Depending on the position, the various positions will support, deliver and coordinate recreational and aquatic programs, events and services at the new Aquatic Recreation Center (ARC) at West Hollywood Park and Plummer Park Community Center. “There are many benefits to summer employment with the City of West Hollywood, including flexible hours, fun and creative work environments, and paid on-the-job training. Little or no experience is required for most positions.

Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of the City of West Hollywood

All applications are due April 15 at 5:00 p.m. Qualified applicants will be invited for a mandatory group interview on April 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Plummer Park. The group interview will consist of an individual oral interview as well as group activities that participants will be assessed on teamwork, leadership, creativity and many more skills!

To apply, go to weho.org/jobs

The West Hollywood Park Aquatic and Recreation Center is still under construction and a reopening date is yet to be determined. The fence surrounding most of West Hollywood Park was reduced on January 25, 2022, allowing public access to most WeHo Greenspaces in the park. There is now access to Robertson Boulevard through the park. A fence currently surrounds the Aquatic and Recreational Sports building, which remains closed until some time in April this year. Aerial views of the pool show that the smaller pool has been emptied due to leak issues.

Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of the City of West Hollywood
Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of the City of West Hollywood

The children’s playground is also closed for public use at this time as the city ensures it is safe for children to play.

Visit weho.org for a list of local aquatic centers that are currently open to the public and feel free to contact the aquatic supervisor at [email protected] for updates on the new aquatic and recreation center.
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