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The Lake Barcroft waterfront beach lifeguard works under the direct supervision of the Lake Barcroft Water Safety Supervisor and his/her deputy managers to safeguard all beach patrons from drowning and other accidents. The Lifeguards are responsible for constant patron surveillance of their assigned area and enforcement of recreational rules and regulations established by the Lake Barcroft Association. In addition, waterfront lifeguards must practice preventative lifeguarding, keep themselves physically fit and mentally aware, maintain and operate safety equipment, administer first-aid as required, and render aid necessary to rescue and resuscitate near drowning victims. The lifeguard also assists in the cleaning, security, and maintenance of LBA common properties on and adjacent to beach areas. The lifeguard is expected to work as part of a larger response team under the direction of the Water Safety Supervisor or his/her deputy. The lifeguard may work in concert with Fairfax County Police, Fire, and/or EMS personnel to facilitate an interagency response to mitigate emergencies or attend to the community wellbeing. Please fill out an initial APPLICATION if you are interested in joining our team. 


$ 12.50 - $16/hour, seasonal


  • Full time (32-40 hrs/wk) 12-16 weeks desired
  • Part time (16-30 hrs/wk) 12-16 weeks desired
  • Weekends Only (12-16 hrs) primarily late June through early August. Other times at the discretion of the water safety supervisor.
  • Substitute (8-30 hrs/pay) As need basis. Must satisfy inservice requirements

Please click here to view the full JOB DESCRIPTION.  



LBA is seeking two summer interns to help sort, catalog and digitize some of our historical records. This position would be ideal for High School or College level students that are interested in the history of Lake Barcroft with a background in research and technology.

Duties include:

  • Organize and sort through old files and boxes that are in our storage facility and bring these to the office to determine if they should be shredded or saved.
  • Develop a digital system of storage that is functional and organized so that the LBA manager can easily access old records as needed.
  • Recognize important historical records, sort and scan these as necessary.
  • Discover the individual stories of those that have lived here in the past and put together some ideas to update the LB History Book

The internship would be roughly 10 - 12 hours/week and could be flexible anytime Monday - Friday from 8 AM - 4 PM starting in May or June. This internship has a stipend of $100/week and can be used towards credit hours.

If you are interested in the position or know someone who may be interested, please send resume and cover letter to Katie Musser at