One fairly good option is to winterize the pool as if you were further north and cover it with a solid cover with an automatic cover pump. This isn't perfect, nothing really is, but it is one of the top options. As long as the cover doesn't collapse into the pool and the pool doesn't leak it will be fairly easy to reopen it when you come back. You will likely get algae, but not so seriously (due to the cover keeping most sunlight out), and easily recovered from.
I agree with covering the pool and interesting it. Good luck n stay safe on your new job site.
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