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Human Resources

The City of Mission Viejo is recruiting quality talent to join our team. Committed to providing responsive, fiscally sound and innovative services that result in a caring community where people are the difference, the City offers competitive pay, an assortment of benefits, and opportunities for employees to develop skills while having a healthy work-life balance.

The following positions are available:

With many part-time positions available, the City of Mission Viejo is recruiting quality men and women to work at various City recreational facilities. 

The City of Mission Viejo is seeking lifeguards of all ages for year-round work at the recreation centers.

Older adults, retirees, college students and athletes looking for rewarding part-time work are encouraged to apply.

Lifeguard positions are assigned to the Montanoso or Sierra Recreation and Fitness Centers. Lifeguards work during pool hours and special events.

The hourly rate starts at $16.50 and is contingent based on experience. The job also offers a bonus up to $250 for working peak seasons.

The City of Mission Viejo has several part-time job opportunities available at our beautiful Recreation and Tennis Centers. This is your chance to join an enthusiastic and vibrant team while taking advantage of tremendous active recreation options in the City’s numerous facilities.

Available positions include lifeguards, community services leaders and community services facility leaders. 

If you are looking for an exciting part-time position, listen up. We are seeking enthusiastic people to fill the roles of Community Services Leader; Lifeguard; and Senior Lifeguard.

The Community Services Leader is tasked with front desk work and babysitting duties at the Montanoso and Sierra Recreation and Fitness Centers.   The pay ranges from $11-$14.20 per hour. 

The Human Resources Division is a division within the Administrative Services Department. The Human Resources Division provides centralized human resources functions, including recruitment, classification, compensation and benefit administration, training, employee relations, employee recognition, promotion of the City's Core Values, and maintenance of employee records.

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Resolution No. 09-52, November 2, 2009

Comprehensive Annual Leave

Provides employees with paid time off for rest and relaxation, personal or family illness, bereavement, and personal business. For FLSA non-exempt classifications, 19 days annual accrual during the first year, increasing to 30 days beginning in year ten, prorated based on the full-time equivalent for all part-time positions. For exempt classifications, 24 days annual accrual during the first year, increasing to 35 days beginning in year ten, prorated based on the full-time equivalent for all part-time positions.