Employment Opportunities

Approximately 400 students are employed by Recreation & Intramural Services in a wide spectrum of jobs. In addition to the monetary benefit, the work experience provides the opportunity to learn and develop many of the skills sought after in the real work world such as leadership and administrative skills. Individuals applying for employment should show a sincere interest in working with people and sports.

Recreation Staff:  
Supervisor, Recreation Assistant, and Monitor require individuals who are able to enforce rules, meet people in a cordial manner, answer their questions and, where necessary, strive to solve their problems relating to any aspect of Recreation, Intramural or Sport Clubs programs. One may also be asked to record statistical data and perform general office duties.

Recreation Staff Application
Pro Shop Application
Office Staff Application
Aerobics and Spinning Instructor Application
Fitness Center Staff Application
Lifeguard Application
Intramural Services Application

 
Office Staff:
Office staff need to have excellent customer service skills as well as phone skills, answer questions and, where necessary, strive to solve their problems relating to any aspect of Recreation, Intramural or Sport Clubs programs. One may also be asked to record statistical data and perform general office duties. MUST have Work-Study to apply for this position.
 
Proshop Attendant:
Proshop attendants rent lockers and equipment as well as sell merchandise.
 
Lifeguards, Swim Instructors, Spinning/Aerobic Instructors, Weight Room/Fitness Center Staff
In addition to the qualities sought in all recreation staff, those wishing to work in these areas must possess the necessary background, training and where appropriate, certification in order to be considered for employment.
 
Intramural Head Official
Intramural Services will have a Head Official in attendance at all intramural activities. The Head Official must know the rules of the game, officiate if necessary, be aware of and willing to enforce the rules and regulations governing the use of intramural facilities, and above all, be sensitive to the necessity for honest, unbiased interaction among people.
 
Intramural Officials, Referees and Scorekeepers
Intramural sports officials are the most important ingredient in the intramural program. Persons in these positions must have an above-average knowledge of the rules and officiating procedures of the game, enforce the rules of the game, and be capable of controlling difficult game situations without bias. Selected officials are required to have attended training sessions, sponsored by Intramural Services, to learn the rules and officiating procedures of the specific game which they will officiate. Officials are needed throughout the year in Flag Football, Floor Hockey, Roller Hockey, Soccer, Softball.

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