WeHo Aquatic Recreation Center is Now Hiring for the Summer

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Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of The City of West Hollywood

The WeHo Aquatic Recreation Center is now hiring for the summer. “The City of West Hollywood is seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join the Recreation Services Division this summer,” reads a post in the official Facebook page of the West Hollywood pool.

According to the post, the various positions will support, deliver, and coordinate recreation and aquatic programs, events, and services at the new Aquatic Recreation Center (ARC) at West Hollywood Park and Plummer Park Community Center. “There are many benefits for summer employment with the City of West Hollywood, including flexible schedules, fun and creative working environments, and paid on the job training. Little to no experience is required for most positions.”

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Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of The City of West Hollywood

All applications are due April 15th by 5:00 p.m. Qualifying applicants will be invited to a mandatory group interview on April 23rd at 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Plummer Park. The group interview will consist of an oral individual interview along with group activities that participants will be rated on teamwork, leadership, creativity, and more skills!

To apply, visit weho.org/jobs

The Aquatic and Recreation Center at West Hollywood Park is still under construction and a re-opening date is still to be determined.The fence surrounding most of West Hollywood Park was scaled back on January 25, 2022, allowing public access to most of the WeHo Park green areas. There is now access to Robertson Boulevard through the park. A fence currently surround the Aquatics and Recreation building, which remains closed until some time in April of this year. Airial views of the pool area show the smaller pool has been drained due to leaking issues.

Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of The City of West Hollywood
Photo by Jon Viscott, courtesy of The City of West Hollywood

The children’s play area is also sealed off from public use at this time as the city makes sure it is safe for children to play in.

Visit weho.org for a list of local Aquatic Centers that are currently open to the public and feel free to contact the Aquatics Supervisor at cjordan@weho.org for updates on the new Aquatic and Recreation Center.
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Eric M
Eric M
1 month ago

Incredible waste of money. The pool leaking is another example of the city getting ripped off. It’s a travesty. How are we this far into the construction and the kid’s pool is empty. Then you have the children’s playground closed. Little kids pass the playground they can’t use and will most likely look at the kiddie pool they can’t use use as well. Shameful.