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Pool Monitor Need 1st Shift Monday thru Friday

We apologize the pool has been closed in the mornings. The Pool Monitor we had trained for 2 hours for the Monday thru Friday first shift pulled a “no show” on us. UGH.

We are back to the drawing board looking for another Pool Monitor. I have worked here for 20 years and we have never struggled to find people who wanted these positions.

We are opening the pool right now for the residents. Kyle from our maintenance staff is going to tend the pool today in hopes we wrap up interviews and find a Monitor today.

Thank you for your patience as we sort this out.

Have a great day.

Alternate Pool Monitors Needed

We need a few people to fill the positions of Alternate Pool Monitors. These Pool Monitors are on “standby” just in case one of our regular Pool Monitors need to go on vacation, need a sick day, etc. The pool is open 7 day per week beginning May 26th, from 9am to 8pm

This is a Pool Monitor position, not a lifeguard position, however you must be CPR certified. If you are not CPR certified, we will pay to have get your certification online here at the office.

Candidates must be responsible, loyal, punctual, at least 18 years old and have a valid ID. We need you to enforce the rules and ensure the safety of the residents.

You will need to vacuum the pool, test the pool water, fill pool crocs with chemicals, empty the trash, test pool water and take chairs in and out during your shift. The majority of the job is supervision and the physical aspect of the job is limited however you must be able to lift at least 25 pounds.

If you are looking for a fun way to make a few extra bucks here and there this summer, be an Alternate Pool Monitor for us. The pool opens this Saturday, the 26th so act fast!

We are an EOE.

Pool Monitor Needed Monday thru Friday, 2pm to 8pm

We need one more person to fill one of the main Pool Monitor positions. This Pool Monitor will work approximately 30 hours, Monday thru Friday from 2pm to 8pm….NO WEEKENDS and you get to sleep in! It is literally the PERFECT summer job.

This is a Pool Monitor position, not a lifeguard position, however you must be CPR certified. If you are not CPR certified, we can help you get your certification online.

Candidates must be responsible, loyal, punctual, at least 18 years old and have a valid ID. We need you to enforce the rules and ensure the safety of the residents throughout the summer. We also need you to commit to the entire summer. If you cannot commit to this job from May 28th thru September 3rd, this is not the job for you.

There will be daily duties such as vacuuming the pool, testing the pool water, filling pool crocs with chemicals, emptying the trash, testing pool water and taking chairs in and out. The majority of the job is supervision and the physical aspect of the job is limited however you must be able to lift at least 25 pounds.

If you are looking for a fun summer job, working on your tan and securing a spot at our pool this summer, please apply IMMEDIATELY. OUR POOL OPENS SATURDAY!

We are an EOE.

GET EM’ WHILE THEIR HOT! FREE FISHER CATS TICKETS!

We have free season tickets to the New Hampshire Fisher Cats tickets. The tickets will go to the first callers. Batter Up!!!

4 TICKETS FOR FRIDAY MAY 25TH, 6:35PM
HARTFORD YARD GOATS

4 TICKETS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 26TH 6:35PM
HARTFORD YARD GOATS

 4 TICKETS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 27 1:35PM
HARTFORD YARD GOATS

 4 TICKETS FOR MONDAY, MAY 28TH 1:35
HARTFORD YARD GOATS

 4 TICKETS FOR TUESDAY, MAY 29TH 6:35PM
PORTLAND SEA DOGS

 4 TICKETS FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 30TH 6:35PM
PORTLAND SEA DOGS

 4 TICKETS FOR THURSDAY, MAY 31ST 11:35AM
PORTLAND SEA DOGS

Dog Photo of the Month

Can we please have a round of a paws for the Twin ponds at Nashua April dog of the month Miss Mia!!!!!


Competition was tight on this one with a lot of cutie pies entered, but Miss Mia took the lead and never looked back!!

Congratulations to her and her owners and thank you to all those who entered. the May dog of the month contest is underway so please even if you did not win this month keep on trying!

Thank you from Twin Ponds at Nashua

Pool Opens Saturday May 26th

It’s time to enjoy a wonderful summer together here at Twin Ponds. Please take a moment to review the very simple rules for your safety and enjoyment at the pool this summer.

Please remember to check in with the Pool Monitors. Your children must be supervised by an adult, 18 years of age or older if they are 12 and under.

Thank you. Have a wonderful summer!

Pool Rules 2018

Free Fisher Cats Tickets For Our Residents

Twin Ponds at Nashua is a proud sponsor of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. This is their 15th Anniversary Season. Celebrate their 15th year and enjoy a free game on Twin Ponds this year with your family or friends. The tickets will go to the first callers. Getting calling!!!!

We have 3 season tickets for tonight’s game :

Monday, May 7th@ 6:35pm vs. Portland Sea Dogs (Boston Red Sox)

We have 4 season tickets for tomorrow night’s game:

Tuesday, May 8th @ 6:35pm vs. Portland Sea Dogs

We have 3 season tickets for the following game:

Wednesday, May 9th at 6:35pm vs. Portland Sea Dogs

 

We have 4 season tickets for each of the following games:

Thursday, May 17th @ 6:35pm vs. Binghamton Rumble Ponies

Friday, May 18th @ 6:35pm vs. Binghamton Rumble Ponies

Saturday, May 19th @ 6:35pm vs. Binghamton Rumble Ponies

Sunday, May 20th @ 1:35pm vs. Binghamton Rumble Ponies

Pool Monitors Still Needed

I am going to be opening up the positions to outside sources. Before I do that, I thought I would reach out to the Twin Ponds residents one more time.

If you have a friend or family member that might be interested in a Monday thru Friday position, send them our way. Otherwise, I will be posting to outside resources for the Pool Monitor positions. Remember, this is not a Life Guard position. The position is for a Pool Monitor. You are responsible for insuring the pool rules are being adhered to and a few basic pool duties.

I can be reached at the office or at info@twinpondsnashua.com. Thank you and enjoy your week.

Pool Monitors Needed

This is Deb at Twin Ponds. I am looking for Pool Monitors this summer. I have two, 30 hour positions available from Monday thru Friday and I also need a few alternates for when someone is sick or they need a vacation. There is a morning shift from 8am to 2pm, Monday thru Friday and a shift from 2pm to 8pm, Monday thru Friday.

These are Pool Monitor positions, not lifeguard positions. however you must be CPR certified. If you are not CPR certified, I can help you get your certification.

Candidates must be responsible, loyal, punctual, at least 18 years old and have a valid ID. I need you to enforce the rules and ensure the safety of the Twin Ponds residents throughout the summer. I also need you to commit to the entire summer. If you cannot commit to this job from Memorial Day to Labor Day, please do not apply.

There will be daily duties such as vacuuming the pool, emptying the trash, testing pool water and taking chairs in and out. Other duties will be described during orientation.

If you are looking for a fun summer job, working on your tan and securing a spot at the Twin Ponds pool, give me a call. If you have pool experience, I may have a Supervisory position at a higher rate of pay. Don’t wait … call now. I will interview in the order I receive the calls.

Call 603-888-2242 extension 14 or email me at logan@firstea.com.

Have a great weekend.

Please Put Your Toys Away

The warm weather is finally coming and in just another month, the pool will be open and we will be scheduling the fishing derby for the kids. Soon, the flowers will be blooming, the trees and shrubs will fill in and we will see the kids running around and being kids. There is nothing that makes us happier than to see kids laughing, playing and enjoying themselves.

We expect children to have toys to play with, but all toys, no matter how big or small, must be stored inside your apartment. If you live on the first floor, you do not even have to lug your toys up a flight of stairs. You can store them on your patio when they are not in use.

As much as we understand kids need their toys, it does not mean that just because they are toys, you can leave them in the grass and hallways of buildings and not pick them up at the end of the day. This is everyone’s property and living in a multi-family community means being respectful of others. It actually means that you treat the common areas as though it were someone else’s and not your own. The landscapers should not have to pick up toys or mow around toys or any personal property for that matter, that are being left in the grass. The building cleaners should not have to clean around toys and shoes left in hallways outside your apartment doors.

I also need to ask that your children, especially young ones be supervised while out playing in the community. I was sent a video today of children destroying one of the trees behind building 307/309. They were just standing there, breaking branches off of this tree. These trees were planted 10 years ago. It takes a long time for trees to mature. These kids were 4 to 10 years old and there was not a parent in sight.

Lastly, we spent over $15,000 in masonry work last year on the walkways. We know many of these bricks come up during snow removal, however, we have also have seen the evidence of children pulling bricks out of the walkways and tree rings as well. Please supervise your children so you are not unnecessarily fined for these repairs.

There are a large amount of toys behind the 300 buildings, specifically 309 and 315. If you own these toys and there are too many toys to store on your own patio, than we are afraid you are going to have to get rid of them. Next week we will be doing a thorough inspection of the property.

Beginning next week, if we find toys, bicycles and any personal property anywhere in the common areas, ie., the lawns, the hallways, we will be disposing of it. If it takes our crew a significant amount of time, or there are repeat offenses, you may end up being fined for our time.

I appreciate your attention to these matters. We really do not want to be the bad guy. We just want the kids to play while being mindful of others and the property.

Thank you and have a wonderful weekend.

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