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Last update July 13th, 2021
Pool Attendant : Part-Time
Part-time position checking Association members and guests into TKPOA’s Pool Facilities (Indoor and Outdoor Pools). Customer service experience is preferred. Day, night, weekends, and on-call shifts available. Pre-employment drug test required.
Hourly compensation @ $14.00 / hr
Front Desk Attendant : Part-Time
Part-time position assisting guests and members at the TKPOA Pavilion Office Front Desk. Issue amenity access cards for members and rental guests, answer phones, maintain clean office areas, maintain Association announcement bulletin boards, and other administrative tasks as assigned. Customer Service experience is preferred. Days, weekends, and on-call shifts. Pre-employment drug test required.
Hourly compensation starting @ $15.00 / hr
Water System Operator : Full-Time
The Tahoe Keys Water Company, a California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water public water system which provides potable water service to the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association is currently advertising for the full-time/year-round position of Water System Operator. The ideal candidate for this position will possess a T2/D2 State WaterResources Board certification and will have extensive knowledge of the day-to-day operations of a public water system. Typical work duties include planning, scheduling, and directing day-to-day activities of water production, distribution, maintaining water quality, preventative maintenance, water well checks, and leak repairs. The applicant must be able to lift 50+ pounds, be comfortable within a confined space, and be able to work in an outdoor environment. The selected applicant is required to perform standby (on-call) status for a 14-day period every four (4) weeks. Standby requires 24-7 response within a 45-minute timeframe to water emergencies, requested water shut-downs from homeowners, weekend well checks, and winter snowplow activities. Standby compensation is provided. Selected applicants will conduct an in-person interview with the Water Company Manager.
Hourly Compensation (DOE)
Medical, dental, and vision benefits.
Water System Operator-in-Training : Full-Time
The Tahoe Keys Water Company, a California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water public water system which provides potable water service to the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association, is currently advertising for the full time/year-round position of Water System Operator-in-Training.
This is an entry-level position in the Water Company. Applicants with knowledge of plumbing systems, mechanical background and construction are encouraged to apply. The applicant must be able to lift 50+ pounds, be comfortable within a confined space, and able to work in an outdoor environment. Typical work duties include daily potable water well checks, water system leak repairs, water valve exercising, fire hydrant exercising, water system preventative maintenance, snow plowing, and street light maintenance. The selected applicant is required to perform standby (on-call) status for a 14-day period every four (4) weeks. Standby requires 24-7 response within a 45-minute timeframe to water emergencies, requested water shut-downs from homeowners, weekend well checks, and winter snowplow activities. Standby compensation is provided. Selected applicants will conduct an in-person interview with the Water Company Manager. The position is scheduled to start on June 1st, 2021.
Hourly Compensation (DOE)
Medical, dental, and vision benefits.
Water Quality Department
Aquatic Weed Fragment Control Crew
Hourly Compensation $16.00 – $17.00 / hr (DOE)
Responsible for fragment control and collection during TKPOA harvesting operations that occur during the summer season in accordance with the Waste Discharge Requirements and TKPOA’s Integrated Management Plan. Operate and maintain all required equipment of a 16-foot Fragment Control Boat. Control / collect harvested weed fragments and collect weed piles from designated areas. Complete daily, weekly, and monthly reports. Complete duties and support the TKPOA AIS Management Program as required. Employees are required to follow all boating regulations in accordance with USCG Boating Safety Guide and TKPOA Watercraft Policy
Qualification / Educational Requirements
• Must be 18 years or older
• Need to have a valid driver’s license
• Must be able to work for entire specified season without taking any significant time off.
• Must be able to lift 50lbs
• Ability to stand long durations of time
• Expected to work in all types of weather conditions
• Ability to pass a pre-screening drug test
• Small craft boating experience
• Basic mechanical experience on outboard motors
• Map / GPS / Radio certification or training
• Ability to identify Lake Tahoe’s Aquatic Plants
Hourly Compensation starting @ $18.00 – $20.00 / hr (DOE)
Under general direction from the Operations Manager, the Security Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day Security department operations and patrols for a Homeowners Association. Security patrols are mostly observe and report with some assistance and interaction with homeowners, their tenants, and guests. The Security Supervisor is required to conduct 3 patrol days plus 2 office days per week, including some nights, weekends, and holidays.
Minimum 3 years security experience is preferred. The right candidate will have strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills and the ability to oversee and manage a staff of four or more officers, including seasonal staff. Must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record, minimum of three years. Must have Guard Card or ability to pass Guard Card Requirements. Ability to lift 50-75 pounds and work outside in seasonal weather conditions as needed.
Hourly Compensation starting @ $15.00/ hr
Part time security courtesy patrol position for a Homeowners Association. Security patrols are mostly observe and report with some assistance and interaction with homeowners, their tenants, and guests. Security experience preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Days, Nights, and Weekend shifts available.
Hourly Compensation DOE
Under direction from the Facilities Manager, perform essential maintenance and repair work on Association Cove Townhome exteriors, Common Areas, and Association facilities. Operate a variety of Association equipment including pick-up trucks, modified snow-plows, movers, and power and hand tools. High School Diploma or GED and 3+ years similar job experience required. Must have a clean driving record and knowledge of general maintenance equipment operation and safety procedures. Must be able to lift and carry up to 75lbs. Possess the physical capability to walk long distances, climb stairs, and operate a motor vehicle and/or boat. Capable to work outside 100% of the time. Ability to stoop, bend, crouch, squat, and kneel while performing or demonstrating daily landscape tasks or operating landscape equipment. Seasonal position.
Interested in applying?
Applications can be submitted in person at the Pavillion Office, Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, mailed/faxed or emailed to [email protected] Application forms are available at the office or can be downloaded below.
Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association
356 Ala Wai Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150