Swimming Pool Cleaning Technicians


Environmental Pools, Inc.

Posted On: 3/12/2013


Seasonal, Monday through Friday, beginning at 6AM.  Some Saturdays are required during Pool Opening and Closing seasons. 


Environmental Pools, New England's leading in-ground gunite pool company, currently has immediate openings in our Pool Service and Maintenance Division for swimming pool cleaning technicians. 


The ideal candidates will be dependable self-starters, as well as personable with great communication skills.

Requirements/Preferred Skills:

 - Moderate knowledge of swimming pool hydraulics, automatic and manual valve operation, pool water chemistry, identifying mechanical issues and documenting them

 - Valid driver's license and clean driving record

 - Able to lift and carry up to 95 pounds

 - Excellent attendance and punctuality

 - Professional appearance and behavior

 - Communicate effectively, follow directions, and work in a fast paced environment

Education Requirements

High school diploma required.  A minimum of 2 years relevant experience is preferred.  The successful candidates will possess moderate knowledge and experience in gunite swimming pool maintenance.


Commensurate with experience


We provide a competitive salary and benefit package including medical insurance and prescription drug coverage with employer match, paid holidays and vacation, a customized incentive program, continuing education opportunities, and much more.


Contact Information

Tim Nickerson Phone Number: 978-256-0200 Email: tim.nickerson@environmentalpools.com Please contact us at the email address listed. We prefer you send a cover letter and resume. If one is not available, please describe your background, experience, skills, and desire to join a team-environment at Environmental Pools.
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