Positions Available

-Utility Workers
-Front Desk
-Retail and Admissions
-Park Appearance

Ellis and Associates Guards–Join the Best of the Best! Lifeguards at SplashDown Beach are a huge part of our success. This department has the most employees. We are an Ellis and Associates approved facility and provide all lifeguard training. All lifeguards are subject to mandatory weekly training after initial certification. This rigorous, continuous training allows us to maintain our award-winning safety standards and ensure we meet guests expectations. For more information regarding the Ellis and Associates lifeguard training program, click here.

Lifeguard Certification Courses are FREE with your employment and held on the following dates:


  • August 10th-11th from 8:00am-6:00pm
  • August 12th from 8:00am-2:30pm


  • August 11th from 8:00am-6:00pm
  • August 12th from 8:00am-2:30pm

Contact (845)897-9600 for more information


Employment Application

SplashDown Beach has seasonal employment opportunities for applicants 16 years of age older. Our operating season runs from mid May until mid September. If you are looking for a responsible summer job, with competitive pay and great hours, please apply. Prior to application, know that we strictly enforce conduct, attendance, uniform and dress policies.



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