Jim Walker at Cruise Law News is reporting that “Royal Caribbean Cruises,” presumably meaning the Royal Caribbean International brand, has posted a lifeguard position for staffing its ship pool and water park facilities as of December 21, 2016.
Walker has quoted the job description as reading that the lifeguard, “will need to perform rescue of Guests in danger of drowning and be vigilant to potential accidents. Will be trained to administer first aid, CPR, Oxygen & AED as required. This position will open, close, monitor and operate aquatic recreational spaces including but not limited to Swimming Pools, H2O Zones / Splashaway Bay and other designated water attractions . . . “
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