Monitor recreational areas, such as pools, beaches, or ski slopes to provide assistance and protection to participants.
Alpine Patroller, Aquatics Director, Beach Attendant, Beach Lifeguard, Beach Patrol Lieutenant, Boating Safety Officer, Health Club Attendant, Lifeguard, Marine Safety Officer, Ocean Lifeguard, Ocean Lifeguard Specialist, Ocean Rescue Lieutenant, Pool Attendant, Pool Lifeguard, Recreation Director, Rescue Boat Operator, Ski Patrol Director, Ski Patroller, Spa Attendant, Supervisory Lifeguard
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