Student Job Summaries of Available Positions

We are currently accepting applications for a limited number of shifts for Fall 2015.

Recreation and Wellness Student Jobs
Fall 2015

Positions require 6–10 hours of work per week; pay ranges from $7.85–$10.60 per hour. All Recreation and Wellness positions require current CPR certification; applicants do not need certification to apply, but it is required within two weeks of hire date. If you have not previously worked on campus, you will need to complete paperwork at the Financial Aid Office. Bring your Social Security card, birth certificate and/or passport to campus in order to complete the required employment paperwork.

Equipment Monitor: Responsible for cleanliness of fitness equipment and all recreation facilities to ensure maximum productivity in the daily operations. Will assist with the training of employees on equipment cleaning. ($7.85)

Facility Assistant: Supervise the Recreation and Wellness facility in order to ensure cleanliness and productivity of facility and equipment.  Assist with daily operations of the building. ($8.35)

Fitness Specialist: Assist the Fitness Manager in implementing the Recreation and Wellness Fitness Special Programs. The main focus of this position is to provide supervision to the second level of the Weinstein Center and ensure safety for all members. ($8.85)

Group Exercise Instructor: Develop routines and instruct Recreation and Wellness group exercise sessions for student, staff, faculty, and community participants. Students with fitness certification(s) will receive a higher pay rate. ($8.85 and $10.60)

Intramural Event Attendant:   Responsible for the game management of Intramural competitions including set up and score keeping. ($7.85)

Intramural Official: Responsible for enforcing game rules and regulations of the Intramural programs. On-the-job training is offered. Students with officials' certification will receive a higher pay rate. ($7.85 and $8.85)

Lifeguard: Responsible for the supervision and operations of the pool and pool area during operational hours.  The lifeguard will insure the safety of patrons in and around the pool area. ($8.85)

Member Services Assistant: Assistants are responsible for Weinstein Center Member Services operations during assigned shifts. Primary responsibilities include providing excellent customer service and information to all Weinstein Center members.  Enroll members in the hand biometrics system and CLASS software. ($8.85)

Office Attendant: Performs routine clerical duties, assisting in all of the administrative needs of the Recreation and Wellness office. ($7.85)

Personal Trainer: Develop routines and implement personal training programs for students, staff, faculty, and community participants. Certification is required. ($10.60)

Photographer: Take photographs of activities at Recreation and Wellness events, trainings, and programs (i.e. - Fitness, Sport Clubs, Intramurals, Outdoor Adventure, Wellness). Assignments will be various times and locations. ($8.35)

Project Specialist: Assists the Assistant Vice President of Recreation and Wellness by overseeing and implementing the departmental assessment plan, special research projects and administrative reports. ($8.85)