NEW workers are being sought for the new look community pool at Plainmoor.
The Swim Torquay pool is currently undergoing £600,000 refurbishment and is set to reopen next month.
The committee is advertising for a general manager, three duty supervisors, swimming teachers and pool attendants.
Peter Tysoe, pool spokesman, said: "Swim Torquay's Plainmoor Community Pool restoration works are on schedule, and it is estimated that the pool will reopen in early October."
The pool's 22 staff members, many employed on a part-time basis, went through a redundancy process before the pool closed in July for the refurbishment.
The roof has been removed, new steel supports and insulated cladding have been fitted.
The pool is now being re-tiled after an extension of the shallow end to allow more junior swimming lessons to be run at one time.
The deep end is still two metres.
Re-tiling of the pool surround has been completed, old heaters removed from the walls and brick work reinstated.
New windows and doors have been installed, and mechanical and electrical work is in progress.
The new heating system, combined with increased insulation in the building, is expected to help Swim Torquay reduce running costs.
Mr Tysoe said: "We depend on the support of active members. Anyone interested in joining the management committee, or helping with fundraising or other activities, is welcome."
The works have been funded by a £450,000 cash boost from Torbay Council to secure its long-term future.
Sport England also awarded the pool £150,000 from its Inspired Facilities Fund.