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Swimme and Son has several job openings available. Please click the appropriate job and submit your application online today!

 

Administrative: The job duties include: answering phones, scheduling appointments for callers, keeping a busy calendar of appointments for our sales reps, updating our database, mailing and emailing clients, assisting with accounts receivable and helping with financing for our clients. We’re looking for someone who is a real people-person, who loves talking to and helping people. This also must be someone who has some computer skills to handle the database and email work.

Sales Representative (full-time): Great opportunity for someone with great people skills and able to commit to a 40+ hour per week schedule. The sales representative helps clients design their projects to work within their budget and to meet their family’s needs.

Ultimate Part-Time job in our Canvassing department. Monday through Thursday 4pm until 8pm and Saturday 10am until 2pm.

 

Summer is here—warm weather, no school, family vacations, swimming at the pool, enjoying the outdoors. Keep your family safe and healthy this summer with these tips: 

Avoiding heat stress

  • When heat and humidity are high, limit the intensity of outdoor activities.
  • Stay in the shade whenever possible. Limit sun exposure during peak hours (between 10 am and 4 pm).
  • Wear a hat, sunglasses, and light-colored cotton clothing with a tight weave.
  • During activity, take frequent hydration breaks. Keep extra water handy.
  • Know the signs of heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke. If you experience symptoms of heat cramps or heat exhaustion, which include cramps, sweating, dizziness, faintness, or weakness, cease activity, drink cold water, and rest with your feet elevated. Symptoms of heatstroke include inability to sweat, delirium, flushed skin and fever, or unconsciousness. If you suspect heatstroke, call 911 immediately.

Keeping safe in the water

  • Keep rescue equipment and a portable telephone near the pool.
  • Never leave children unsupervised in or near water. At the beach, never swim alone, and swim near a lifeguard. Swim only during daylight hours.
  • Swim sober.
  • Enroll your children (ages 4 and up) in swimming lessons. Near water, keep toddlers and infants within an arm's length at all times.
Avoiding problem plants

 

  • Learn to recognize poison ivy, oak, and sumac, and be sure to avoid them. “Leaflets of three; beware of me."
  • If you’ll be working near poison plants, wear long pants, long sleeves, boots, and gloves. Wash tools that may have come into contact with poison ivy. (Rashes from poison ivy are caused by urushiol oil, a substance produced by the plant. The rash cannot spread from person to person but can be picked up from any oil that gets onto clothing, tools, shoes, or pets.)
  • If you come in contact with poison ivy, wash skin thoroughly with soap and water as soon as possible. Remove and launder clothing immediately. If you get a rash, oatmeal baths and calamine lotion can relieve itching. In severe cases, prescription-strength treatment may be needed.
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