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Last updated May 20th, 2022

Pool Attendant : Part-Time

Salary starting at $15.00/ Hour

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.

Pool Lead : Part Time

Salary starting at $16.00/ Hour

Under general direction from the Facilities Manager, assist in day to day operations of the TKPOA Pool Facilities (Indoor and seasonal Outdoor). Create staff schedules, complete monthly data tracking for pool use, and other administrative duties as assigned. Checking Association members and guests into Pool Facilities. High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Days, nights, weekends, and on-call shifts.

Administrative Support: Temporary

Salary $21.00 – $23.00/ Hour DOE

Temporary position filling job responsibilities of Administrative Clerk and cross training at the Front Desk. The ideal candidate will provide outstanding customer service and must be able to interact effectively with owners, renters, guests, and co-workers. Must have detailed knowledge of governing documents (CCRs, Bylaws and Design Guidelines) and a willingness to learn and grow. This position requires a high level of technical proficiency and accuracy. Responsible for assisting the Board of Directors, General Manager, and Operations Manager in the day-to-day operation, maintaining Board records, correspondence and providing back-up secretarial support for all Departments. Prepare board meeting agendas, notices, packages, and other items necessary for board meetings, set up board meeting room, attends as required (regular, special, and annual membership). Record minutes at Association Board meetings and Committee meetings as assigned. Maintain minute books, retaining records of meeting dates/time/place, type of meeting, number of members present, and other pertinent information. Responsible for overall coordination and communication for Association Management Staff to Board of Directors and the Association. Monday-Friday with some overtime.

Front Desk Attendant: Part Time

Salary starting at $16.00/ Hour

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 board, and other administrative tasks as assigned. Customer service experience is preferred. Days, weekends, and on-call shifts available.

Water Quality Manager and Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Weed Management Coordinator: Full Time

Salary $72, 000 – $80,000/ Annual DOE

Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits; 401k, Vacation Time

Oversees, coordinates and manages Water Quality Staff that implements the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association (TKPOA) Integrated Management Plan (IMP) for the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Weed Program. Responsible for management of the Summer Weed Harvesting Program, which includes Weed Skimming, boat maintenance and water quality monitoring. Provides oversight and coordination of consultants and contractors that may be engaged to implement components of the IMP for the AIS Program. Prepares progress reports and annual reports on the and presents reports and summaries to the TKPOA Water Quality Committee, TKPOA Board and related committee.

Reports To:
Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association (TKPOA) General Manager and Board of Directors. Works closely and receive direction with designated IMP contracted consultants.

ESSENTIAL AND MARGINAL FUNCTIONS — May include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Assign and coordinate tasks of supervised staff to insure smooth and efficient implementation of the IMP.
  2. Obtain familiarity with the TKPOA IMP and its components and requirements.
  3. Plan IMP and related monitoring actions to meet requirements of the IMP.
  4. Create implementation maps of the TKPOA lagoons that show IMP actions, dates and locations for each “growing seasons” (e.g., May to October).
  5. Schedule monitoring actions and related data generations and transmittance to produce submersed vegetation maps that show location, abundance and biovolume within the TKPOA lagoons.
  6. Participate in the implementation of the TKPOA Public Outreach as directed by the TKPOA Water Quality Committee, focusing on Water Conservation Rules, Zero Phosphorus, and Boat Back up Stations program.
  7. Coordinate and collaborate with other agencies to summarize progress reports at public outreach meetings, public outreach programs and other public meetings.
  8. Actively participate in related local Lake Tahoe working groups, committee and other appropriate stakeholder group to represent TKPOA and the IMP project.
  9. Assist in development of policies and procedures for achieving departmental goals, objectives and priorities; interpret and implement approved policies and procedures
  10. Allocate resources; monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery; monitor the allocation expenditures for personnel, supplies and equipment.
  11. Direct and implement modifications and changes as necessary to achieve goals, objectives and priorities; establish schedules and methods for providing weed harvesting, skimming and other IMP methods.
  12. Identify resource needs; review needs with the General Manager, Facilities Manager and Water Company Manager.
  13. Ensure that all facilities are operational during emergencies; respond to emergency calls.
  14. Authorize and supervise appropriate remedial responses for reported spills that occur in the Tahoe Keys Waterways and Lagoons. Ensures that operators are available to respond to any waterway related matters.
  15. Manage and supervise programs to ensure that the TKPOA is in compliance with all IMP, or Waste Discharge Requirement (WDR) or other required permit limitations and compliance points applicable to state and federal laws.
  16. Respond to public inquiries in a courteous manner; provide information within the area of assignment; resolve complaints in an efficient and timely manner.
  17. Meet with the General Manager, Board of Directors, departments and outside agencies; meet with county, state, federal and other officials as required and directed to resolve problems affecting programs and projects.
  18. Participate in the selection of Water Quality operations staff; provide or coordinate staff training; meet and discuss technical matters; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline procedures.
  19. Participate in the preparation and administration of the Water Quality operational budget; submit budget recommendations; monitor expenditures; recommend plant upgrades.
  20. Review operational data; prepare analytical and statistical reports on operations and activities as required.
  21. Perform weekly inspection and required testing of equipment and machinery to maintain quality assurance and high performance; ensure the accuracy and proper functioning of the system filter plant
  22. Maintain boats, motors, sampling equipment and safety equipment to insure safety and effective implementation of the IMP.
  23. Prepares written year end and required reporting for Agency Permits, Project Requirements or Water Quality Committee directed in a professional and timely manner.
  24. Performs other duties as directed.



  1. Knowledge of California Boating Regulations and related safety procedures and requirements for small craft operation.


  1. Operation of small, powered watercraft
  2. Presenting information verbally to small groups with and without use of PowerPoint” slides.

Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Technician 3: Full Time

Salary $19.00 – $23.00/ Hour DOE

Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits; 401k, Vacation Time

Responsible for assisting the AIS Management Coordinator with day to day activities that support the overall AIS Program goals.  This will include assisting and conducting field based projects, collecting field data, maintaining accurate databases, and participating in a proactive information campaign to better inform homeowners and visitors about AIS issues within the Keys Waterways, in accordance with Federal / State Permits, Waste Discharge Requirements (WDR), TKPOA’s Integrated Management Plan (IMP) and Non-Point Source Water Quality Plan (NPS). 

Essential Duties

  • Complete duties and support the TKPOA AIS Program as required in accordance with the  TKPOA IMP and NPS Plans
  • Conduct the pre-sampling calibration of all equipment
  • Conduct project-specific Water Quality Sampling and Monitoring
  • Assist with annual macrophyte (plant) and sediment surveys
  • Conduct hydroacoustic scans
  • Assist with contractors and consultants in field monitoring and sampling
  • Field data management/ data entry and analysis
  • Project research
  • Assist with all annual report writing
  • Manage small crews to perform Water Quality AIS Program Projects
  • As needed, attend State, Regional and Local Regulatory meetings

Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Technician Intern: Seasonal

Salary $20.00 – $21.00/ Hour DOE

The TKPOA AIS Technician Intern is responsible for assisting the AIS Management Coordinator and the AIS Technicians with day-to-day activities that support the overall AIS Program goals.  This will include fragment control, assisting with the field-based projects, collecting field data, and maintaining databases. Complete duties and support the TKPOA AIS Program as required in accordance with the TKPOA Waste Discharge Requirements. Conduct fragment control to reduce the amount of plant fragments from entering Lake Tahoe. Conduct the pre-sampling calibration of all equipment. Assist with project-specific water quality sampling and monitoring. Assist with macrophyte surveys and nutrient/sediment samplings. Conduct hydroacoustic scans. Assist in writing of annual reports required by Federal / State Permits and the TKPOA Waste Discharge Requirements. Days, weekends, and on-call shifts. Pre-employment drug test required.

Aquatic Fragment Control Crew: Seasonal

Salary: $18.00 – $19.00/ Hour 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.

Aquatic Weed Harvester Operator: Seasonal

Salary: $19.00 – $20.00/ Hour DOE

Responsible for harvesting aquatic weeds 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 assigned Harvester. Control and collect harvested weed fragments. Conduct daily, weekly and monthly preventative maintenance of assigned machine. All employees are required to follow all boating regulations in accordance with USCG Boating Safety Guide and TKPOA Watercraft Policy.

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
Fax: 530-541-2521