The average pay for a Beach Lifeguard is €25,726 a year and €12 an hour in Finland.
The average salary range for a Beach Lifeguard is between €20,168 and €30,043.
On average, a High School Degree is the highest level of education for a Beach Lifeguard.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Finland.
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Patrols public beach area to monitor activities of swimmers and prevent illegal conduct.
Observes activities in assigned area on foot, in vehicle, or from tower or headquarters building with binoculars to detect hazardous conditions, such as swimmers in distress, disturbances, or safety infractions.
Cautions people against use of unsafe beach areas or illegal conduct, such as drinking or fighting, using megaphone.
Rescues distressed persons from ocean or adjacent cliffs, using rescue techniques and equipment.
Examines injured individuals, administers first aid, and monitors vital signs, utilizing training, antiseptics, bandages, and instruments, such as stethoscope and sphygmomanometer.
Administers artificial respiration, utilizing cardiopulmonary or mouth-to-mouth methods, or provides oxygen to revive persons.
Compiles emergency and medical treatment report forms and maintains daily information on weather and beach conditions.
Occasionally operates switchboard or two-way radio system to maintain contact and coordinate activities between emergency rescue units.