Swimming Pool Servicers

Swimming pool servicers clean, adjust, and perform minor repairs on swimming pools, hot tubs, and their auxiliary equipment. There are millions of pools across the country in hotels, parks, apartment complexes, health clubs, and other public areas. These public pools are required by law to be regularly serviced by trained technicians. In addition, the number of homeowners with pools is increasing, and these private pools also need professional servicing.

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Quick Facts
Alternate Title(s) None
Duties Clean, adjust, and perform minor repairs on swimming pools, hot tubs, and their auxiliary equipment
Salary Range Below $25,000 to $75,000
Work Environment Indoors/Outdoors
Best Geographical Location(s) Opportunities are available throughout the country, but are best in large, urban areas
Minimum Education Level
  • High School Diploma
School Subjects
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Technical/Shop
Experience On-the-job training
Personality Traits
  • Hands On
  • Problem-Solving
  • Technical
Skills
  • Business Management
  • Interpersonal
  • Mechanical/Manual Dexterity
Certification or Licensing Required
Special Requirements None
Employment Prospects Good
Advancement Prospects Fair
Outlook Little Change or More Slowly than the Average
Career Ladder
  • Swimming Pool Service Owner
  • Swimming Pool Servicer
  • Assistant Pool Servicer

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