STUART — Job applications are being accepted by Martin County Parks & Recreation Department to fill the 136 positions needed when the Sailfish Splash Waterpark opens in the spring.
Among those needed at the county park at the intersection of Willoughby Boulevard and Southeast Ruhnke Street are 82 lifeguards, 26 cashiers and 20 concession attendants.
Pay is from $8 to $12.50 per hour. Full-time and part-time positions are available.
The waterpark will feature two four-story water slides, 1,000-foot lazy river, interactive water playground, and Olympic-size pool.
The Martin County Parks & Recreation Department is seeking qualified applicants for 136 positions for Sailfish Splash Waterpark, which is set to open in the spring.
Hourly pay rates will range from $8 to $12.50 an hour.
Six managers, 82 lifeguards, 26 cashiers and 20 concession attendants are among the part-time, hourly workers to be hired for the 2012 season.
"We are pleased that the staffing of Sailfish Splash Waterpark will contribute to the local economy," said Kevin Abbate, director of Martin County's Parks & Recreation Department. "These jobs are particularly important to teens and young adults attending local schools and colleges."
The water park will feature two four-story water slides, a 1,000-foot lazy river, an interactive water playground, and an Olympic-class competitive swim venue.
To view all employment opportunities with Martin County, visit the county's website, www.martin.fl.us , open the "I want to" and "Apply for" tabs and click on "a job".
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