Are you looking to earn extra cash while boosting your resume and gaining invaluable real-world work experience? Snag the best summer job in town and stop by the Summer Job Fair at Champions Club!
Come see us on Saturday, May 21 from 10 am – 1 pm at Champions Club, 285 Shady Oaks.
We are specifically seeking individuals for summer employment (mid-May through August) for positions in:
Recreation Attendant – Child Watch $13.68/hour
Recreation Attendant – Camp Counselor $13.68/hour
Recreation Attendant – Athletics $13.68/hour
Lifeguard – $13.68/hour
Learn to Swim Instructor – $13.68/hour
Walk-ins are welcome to join the fair. Please bring proper identification (either a valid US passport OR driver’s license AND original social security card).
*The minimum age to work for the City of Southlake is 16 years old*
Child Watch: As part of our Child Watch Division, you’ll be responsible for looking after Champion Club’s youngest members! Child Watch team members look after children six weeks to 9 years old to ensure they have a fun and safe time.
Program: As a part of our Programs Division, you’ll be working our popular Summer Camp Mania and Cross Timbers Nature Camp! Our Camp counselors are responsible for providing a fun and safe environment where kids (aged 5-11) are #1! Days are filled with activities, crafts, laughs, field trips, and lasting memories!
Athletics: As part of our athletics team, you’ll be responsible for managing the day of operations for youth athletics leagues. Sports include volleyball, basketball, and flag football. Staff is responsible for setting up games and practices and offering world-class customer service to all participants!
Lifeguard: As a Champions Club lifeguard, you’ll enforce rules and regulations, act immediately and appropriately in the event of an emergency, provide emergency care and treatment as necessary until the arrival of emergency medical services, and interact with citizens, volunteers, City officials, employees, and our guests.
Learn to Swim Instructor: As a learn-to-swim instructor, you’ll provide learn-to-swim and water safety programs at Champions Club. This is accomplished by teaching learn to swim and water safety programs; interacting with citizens, volunteers, City officials, employees, and the general public.
Need to see more details? Read more here! If you are passionate about creating world-class experiences for your community, come work with us! See you at the Job Fair!
When it comes to City plans and project management Kevin Ferrer is your go to person.
He serves as the deputy city engineer for the Public Works Department where he leads and guides the engineering team on Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs).
The CIP is a five-year plan that the City has in place for construction of new or investing in the replacement of the City’s physical assets or infrastructure.
These projects ensure that the City will meet the demands for sewer, drainage, water, roadways and parks as Southlake continues to build-out.
To help the City accomplish this goal, Ferrer works with various departments, team members and consultants to address plans and concerns for projects and as well as other engineering related items.
He also analyzes, reviews and discuss studies, reports and plans with the team.
Although implementation and execution play a big part in his day-to-day activities, Ferrer understands that customer service is a high priority.
He is hands on when it comes to communicating and addressing concerns from citizens, contractors and external parties.
His role and dedication to Southlake Mobility Projects earned him the Southlake Values Award for Integrity during Employee Appreciation Week 2021.
When asked what makes Southlake a world class organization to work for, Ferrer said, “Collaboration with the Southlake team and seeing a project completed from the planning/design stage to completion of construction.”