Here are the TKPOA Positions currently open and at the end of the posting you find instructions on how to apply.
Pool Attendant – (Part Time)
Part Time position. Customer service counter experience is required. Nights, weekends and on Call Shifts. Drug test and Background Check will be required. Hourly Compensation $10.50-$11 depending on experience.
Summer Aquatic Weed Harvester Operator (Seasonal)
Seasonal position is responsible for harvesting aquatic weeds during TKPOA harvesting operations that occur during the summer season. Must be 18 years or older, need to have a valid driver’s license, must be able to lift 50-75lbs, have the ability to swim 50m (150 ft) in open water without a floatation device. Drug Test required. Hourly Compensation $14.00-15.50 per hour depending on experience.
Summer Aquatic Weed Fragment Control Crew (Seasonal)
Seasonal position is responsible for fragment control and collection during TKPOA harvesting operations that occur during the summer season. Must be 18 years or older, need to have a valid driver’s license, must be able to lift 50-75lbs, have the ability to swim 50m (150 ft) in open water without a floatation device and the ability to stand long durations of time. Drug Test required. Hourly Compensation $13.00-14.50 per hour depending on experience.
Applications can be downloaded using the link above and are also available in person at the TKPOA Association Office or by request via phone or email Monday through Sunday 8:30AM-4:30PM. Applications for employment can be submitted the following ways:
- Mail to:
- 356 Ala Wai Blvd. South Lake Tahoe CA 96150
- Fax to:
- (530) 541-2521
- Email to:
Tahoe Keys was developed in the 1960's and 1970’s as a unique, planned-unit-development. The end result was the transformation of approximately 750 acres of marsh land into a 1,529 member Community Association, encompassing 335 town houses and 1,194 home sites. Most properties have use of a private boat dock, allowing access to over 180 acres of Association waterways and boating lagoons, as well as direct access into Lake Tahoe.
The Association operates its own water quality program to keep the estimated 550 million gallons of lagoon water clean. We also have. Our own Water Company with three subterranean wells providing potable water to our property owners and adjacent commercial properties.
The Association is responsible for the maintenance, upkeep, and improvement of all town house exteriors, common areas (that property owned in common by all Association members) and recreation areas (pools, tennis courts, parks, beaches, piers, boat docks, waterways, etc.).
We are also responsible for insuring that all property owners care for and maintain their property, according to Association governing documents. To fund this operation, we assess and collect fees from all property owners, based on anticipated financial needs. In many ways, the Association operates as a small city.