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Student Job Summaries of Available Positions

Health and Well-being Unit offers many different opportunities for students to join our team. Below is a listing of our main positions.

Positions require 6–10 hours of work per week; pay ranges from $8.30–$11.05 per hour. All Health and Well-being 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

We are in a hiring freeze until October 1, 2018 for Fall 2018: 

  • Office Attendant – Budget Office (FWS Only)
  • Budget Assistant
  • Special Events Assistant
  • Lifeguards-certified
  • Fitness Assistants
  • Personal Trainers – certified
  • Group Ex Instructors
  • Member Services

 



All positions we offer 

Lifeguard: Responsible for the supervision and operations of the pool and pool area during operational hours in University Recreation. The lifeguard will insure the safety of patrons in and around the pool area. Certification is required. ($9.30) For further information, please contact Wendy Sheppard, Assistant Director of Sports and Risk Management. 

Events Assistant: Supervise the facility and serve as the liaison with groups during facility rentals/special events to ensure groups comply with facility rules/regulations and that the facility is functioning at an optimal level in University Recreation. Provide excellent customer service while supervising facility rentals/special events. Work with on-duty facility manager to address any facility or program issues that arise. Serve as the point of contact in the event of an emergency during any facility rental/special event. ($8.80) For further information, please contact Marti Tomlin, Director of Recreation.

Equipment Assistant: Assist the manager of equipment and facilities with inspection, cleaning, and basic preventive maintenance on all fitness equipment in University Recreation. Responsible for cleaning equipment and assisting with the training of employees on equipment cleaning. ($8.80) 

Sexual Misconduct Education and Prevention Assistant: Responsible for assisting with the development, implementation and evaluation of Sexual Misconduct Education and Prevention special programs in Health Promotion. This job requires a high degree of accountability, and confidentiality. ($8.80)

Health Education and Wellness Assistant: Responsible for assisting with the development, implementation and evaluation of Health Education and Wellness special programs for Health Promotion. This job requires a high degree of accountability and confidentiality. ($8.80) 

Fitness Assistant: Monitor the fitness spaces in the Weinstein Center for Recreation to ensure cleanliness, safety, and supervision of the facility and its members. Assist with daily operations of the facility. ($8.80) 

Fitness Specialist: Assist the fitness manager in implementing the University Recreation Fitness Special Programs. Monitor the fitness spaces and ensure cleanliness, safety, and supervision of the facility and its members. Fitness Specialists must have a Certified Group Fitness Instructor and/or Certified Personal Trainer by national recognized organization, or ability to obtain within 60 days of employment. ($9.30)

Group Exercise Instructor: Develop routines and instruct University Recreation group exercise sessions for student, staff, faculty, and community participants. Students with fitness certification(s) will receive a higher pay rate ($9.30–$11.05). For further information please contact Devan Martinez, Manager, Fitness and Facilities.

Personal Trainer: Develop routines and implement personal training programs for students, staff, faculty, and community participants in University Recreation. Certification is required. ($11.05) For further information, please contact Devan Martinez, Manager, Fitness and Facilities.

Intramural Assistant: Responsible for the supervision of the Intramural program in University Recreation. Job requires independent problem solving. ($8.80) For further information, please contact Shelby Timberlake, Manager, Intramurals and Facilities.

Intramural Official: Responsible for enforcing game rules and regulations of the Intramural programs in University Recreation. On-the-job training is offered. Students with officials' certification will receive a higher pay rate ($8.30 and $9.30). For further information, please contact Shelby Timberlake, Manager, Intramurals and Facilities.

Outdoor Adventure Assistant: Student is responsible for assisting in the creation, implementation, and evaluation of existing and new Outdoor Adventure programs and services. Job requires a high degree of accountability. Some evening and weekend hours required. ($8.80)

Member Services Assistant: Assistants are responsible for Weinstein Center for Recreation Member Services operations during assigned shifts. Primary responsibilities include providing excellent customer service and information to all Weinstein Center members. Provide locker assignments, distribute and collect informal recreation equipment, register members for programs, classes, services, or trips. Enroll members in the hand biometrics system and recreation software. ($8.80)

Marketing Assistant: Assist in creating and implementing the health and well-being unit marketing plan. Generate new promotional ideas to increase participation in all departmental activities and programs. Duties include promotional activities, designing print materials, internal and external communications, photography, and program/facility schedules. Job requires a high degree of accountability and confidentiality. ($8.80)

Office Attendant: Performs routine clerical duties, assisting in all of the administrative needs of the Health and Well-being office. ($8.30)

Project Assistant: Assists  health and well-being by overseeing and implementing the departmental assessment plan, special research projects and administrative reports. ($9.30)

Budget Specialist: Assist the budget coordinator in health and well-being with the management of departmental budgets. ($9.30)

Budget Assistant: Assist the budget coordinator in health and well-being with the coordination of sport club and departmental budgets. ($8.80)