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Enjoy flexible hours, fun people, professional development, and advancement opportunities.

Rec Sports is one of the largest employers of students on campus and we highly value student development. We provide leadership opportunities and transferable skills that students can apply to almost any job upon graduation. Every day we practice customer service, problem solving, critical thinking, professionalism, team building, and many more skills. Join our team at one of the best places to work on campus!

Aquatics

  • Lifeguard

    Not hiring at this time.

    Rec Sports is looking for skilled, enthusiastic lifeguards to work at the Nat pool. Applicants must be currently certified in Lifeguarding/CPR/AED. Rec Sports lifeguards will lifeguard during Open Rec, UW Swimming and Diving practices, sport club practices, swim meets, and special events.

    If you have any questions please contact Maddie Bare, Aquatics Intern, at madeline.bare@wisc.edu.

  • Swim Instructor

    Now hiring!

    Rec Sports is looking for Swim Instructors to teach aquatic safety and swimming technique to the university community. The American Red Cross® Water Safety Instructor certification and experience teaching swim lessons is strongly preferred.

    If you have any questions please contact Chad Schultz, Assistant Director of Instructional Programs and Staff Development, at chad.schultz@wisc.edu.

Business

  • Business Hub Assistant

    Not hiring at this time.

    The Business Hub Assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will gain valuable business experience by assisting in the daily business functions of the Recreational Sports Business Hub office.

    General Expectations:

    • Develop professional relationships with co-workers, members and guests
    • Demonstrate a desire to learn and apply knowledge within the Division
    • Exhibit professionalism in dress, attitude, and work ethic
    • Enforce UW System, UW-Madison and Rec Sports policies and procedures

    Daily Responsibilities:

    • Assist Expense and Clubs Coordinator in daily tasks
    • Assist Revenue Coordinator in daily tasks
    • Assist Cash Handling Coordinator in daily tasks
    • Evaluate programs and services to ensure excellence and quality
    • Assist with special projects, such as inventory counts and monthly reporting

    Requirements & Qualifications:

    • Student seeking business degree, preferred
    • Willing to work at multiple facilities (Shell, Nielsen Tennis Center, and Nat)
    • Demonstrated communication, leadership, and organizational skills
    • Work Study preferred, not required

    Additional Information:

    • Student will be compensated at a rate of $10.85/hour, avg. 10-12 paid hours per week,
    • Allotted time off during winter break and spring break (approximately three weeks)
    • Position does require a criminal background investigation and a valid driver’s license

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Jeff Sailor, Financial Program Supervisor, at jeff.sailor@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • One reference

Fitness

  • Group Fitness Instructor

    Now hiring!

    Inspire, energize, and motivate your fellow Badgers! Students are hired to teach classes such a Cardio, Yoga, Group Strength, Kickboxing, High Intensity Interval Training, Powerflow, HardCORE, Group Cycling, Water Fitness and more! Candidates must go through a tryout process.  Those hired will be accepted into our Group Fitness training and mentoring program.

    Watch to hear what our instructors are saying about leading Group Fitness classes!

    Qualities We Look For:

    • Experience participating in Rec Sports Group Fitness classes & execution of proper form & technique
    • Enthusiasm and willingness to learn
    • No teaching experience necessary, we will train you

    Tryout Dates:
    Registration opens September 6!

    Position Date
    Cycling Instructor October 28 & November 4
    Floor Instructor October 22 & October 29
    Mind-Body Instructor October 22 & November 4

    Learn more about the hiring process:

    If you have any questions please contact Raquel Sancho Solis, Coordinator of Fitness & Wellness, at raquel.sanchosolis@wisc.edu.

  • Personal Trainer

    Now hiring!

    Rec Sports Personal Trainers work directly with clients to help them achieve their fitness goals. All trainers on staff are students, and must pass a certification exam and complete a mentoring program prior to working with individual clients.

    If you are interested in becoming a certified personal trainer sign up for our ACE® Personal Trainer Exam Prep Course. Personal trainers are hired throughout the year. If you have any questions please contact Lori Devine, Assistant Director of Fitness & Wellness, at lori.devine@wisc.edu.

  • Olympic Weightlifting Coach

    Now hiring!

    Rec Sports Olympic Weightlifting Coaches supervise our exciting Performance Training Center (PTC), providing guidance on lift execution and enforcing facility policies. All coaches on staff are students, and must complete our Introduction to Olympic Weightlifting course or have equivalent training.

    If you are interested in becoming a Olympic Weightlifting Coach, please contact Lori Devine, Assistant Director of Fitness & Wellness, at lori.devine@wisc.edu.

Instructional Programs

  • Camp Counselor

    Now hiring!

    Camp Counselors will actively participate and supervise youth program operations including Badger Gamedays and Summer Camp while ensuring a safe and supportive environment for all participants and staff. Positions include Head Counselors, Camp Counselors, and Lead.

    Responsibilities:

    • Assist in the setting up and taking down of program areas
    • Supervise activity areas through active participation with participants
    • Serve a role model for participants
    • Adjust to changes in schedules activities when necessary
    • Make suggestions for new activities or procedures to program administrator
    • Maintain a positive environment within the day camp setting and incorporate enthusiasm into all activities
    • Enforce disciplinary policies and procedures
    • Be aware of and report all safety hazards and injuries to room supervisor
    • Enforce and carry out all risk management policies and procedures
    • Other duties as assigned

    Required Certifications:

    •  Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED/FA Certified (will provide if necessary)
    • Successful completion and passing of certified background check

    Hourly Rate:

    • $9.95-$10.40
    • Preferred applicants will have experience in youth activities and summer camps.

    How to Apply:

    • Please click the button below to apply. You will be asked to submit your resume and cover letter.

    If you have any questions please contact Chad Schultz, Assistant Director of Instructional Programs and Staff Development, at chad.schultz@wisc.edu.

Intramural Sports

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  • Official & Scorekeeper

    Now hiring!

    Intramural Sports hires over 100 officials per semester for basketball (+ scorekeepers), broomball, flag football, floor hockey, futsal, ice hockey, soccer, softball, and volleyball. We provide full training and mentoring for new officials. Sport officials may be promoted to a leadership role as a Competitive Sports Supervisor.

    Clinics/Meetings

    Meeting Date Location Time
    Info Session 9/6/17 Nat 2055 5:30pm
    Soccer Rules & Field Clinic 9/7/17 Nat 1140 7:00pm
    Ice Hockey Rules Clinic 9/11/17 Nat 1190 7pm
    Preseason Soccer Tournament 9/12/17 Near West  7pm
    Flag Football Rules Clinic 9/13/17 Nat 1140 7pm
    Ice Hockey Field Clinic 9/13/17 Shell 7:30pm
    Softball Rules Clinic 9/14/17 Nat 1140 6pm
    Flag Football Rules Clinic 9/18/17 Nat 1140 6:30pm
    Flag Football Field Clinic 9/19/17 Near West 6:30pm
    Volleyball Rules & Field Clinic 9/20/17 Nat 1140 7:30pm
    Preseason Flag Football Tournament 9/21/17 Near West 7pm
    Basketball Rules Clinic  10/24/17 Nat 1140 7pm
    Basketball Field Clinic  10/25/17 Shell 7pm
    Basketball Scorekeeper Clinic 10/26/17 Nat 1190 7pm

    Application Process:
    Step One:
    Submit a general application
    Step Two: Attend a general information session (see above for dates). This is not a requirement but is recommended for new applicants.

    • Learn about general employee policies and payroll processes
    • In order for payroll to be processed, bring your driver’s license or student ID card AND either a social security card or birth certificate to the clinic (a passport will cover all forms of ID) (faxes or photocopies of the required documents will not be accepted)
    • New employees must bring a voided check for the required direct deposit process (a deposit slip will not be accepted)

    Step Three: Attend all required training sessions for the sport that you are interested in working

    • Rules Clinic: Rules clinics provide officials an in-depth review of rules specific to that sport. Rules clinics are designed to teach the rules of a sport, whether or not a student has experience playing and/or officiating that sport. Those wishing to review the rules before the rules clinic should consult the Handbook and Manuals section of IMLeagues. Rules clinics are mandatory for both returners and new officials. 
    • Field Clinic: Field clinics prepare officials for games by providing on field instruction on positioning and mechanics. Field clinics are broken into several stations that will address various aspects of officiating the game. Students should be dressed in athletic wear and should be prepared to be active. Field clinics are mandatory for both returners and new officials. 
    • Practice Games: These games provide officials an opportunity for game experience before the season starts. Officials will officiate at actual game speed for the first time and will start to utilize training from both the rules and field clinic. Performance at rules and field clinics and the jamboree, along with other factors, will determine employment of individuals. Practice games are mandatory for both returners and new officials.

    Step Four: Go through an evaluation period (first week of the season)

Maintenance & Grounds

  • Outdoor Maintenance Supervisor

    Not hiring at this time.

    The Maintenance Department, under the Division of Recreational Sports, is responsible for the maintenance and repair for all Rec Sports facilities, including over 60 acres of outdoor space. The Outdoor Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Buildings & Grounds Superintendent with the maintenance and upkeep of all Rec Sports outdoor areas (Near West, Near East, and University Bay Fields, and the Cole Beach Area). If you enjoy being outside, physical labor, and learning from some of the greatest MacGyvers on campus, this could be the job for you!

    Requirements & Qualifications:

    • UW Student preferred
    • First Aid, CPR, AED certification or ability to attain it within first week of employment (certification available through Rec Sports)
    • Demonstrate a desire to learn and apply knowledge to outdoor applications
    • Uphold and exceed the expectations of the Rec Sports mission, vision, and values
    • Ability to handle maintenance equipment (i.e. Riding Mowers, Push Mowers, Gas Powered String Trimmers, Utility Vehicles, Hand Tools, Power Tools, Shovels, Brooms, Rakes.)
    • Ability to balance academic and job responsibilities
    • Must be able to attend specific trainings

    Specific Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Promote and maintain cleanliness and appearance of Rec Sports facilities
    • Take ownership of Rec Sports facilities and outdoor areas by exhibiting a responsible work ethic
    • Trash collection from all outdoor areas including fields, tennis courts, volleyball areas, trash containers
    • Operate gas-powered string trimmer (this will be a large portion of your duties)
    • Operate push and riding mower, at times towing trailer behind mower
    • Assist in the watering of fields, including rolling in and out hoses, setting sprinklers, monitoring sprinklers and moving as needed for even watering
    • Collect leaves, spread mulch, shovel and rake dirt
    • Assist in moving bleachers, goals and other outdoor sports equipment
    • Wash utility vehicles mowers and truck
    • Sand, scrape, prep, prime and paint wood and metal
    • Assist with the layout and painting of field lines
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Buildings & Grounds Superintendent

    Anticipated Work Schedule:
    Anticipate approximately 30 hours per week in April, May, September, and October, and 40 hours per week in June, July, and August.

    Compensation:
    The Outdoor Maintenance Supervisor will receive a starting pay of $9.95 per hour for all job responsibilities.

    If you have any questions please contact Brian McGuire, Building & Grounds Superintendent, at brian.mcguire@wisc.edu

Marketing & Communications

  • Brand Ambassador

    Not hiring at this time.

    Rec Sports is looking for enthusiastic, energetic, and outgoing individuals to represent our brand. Brand Ambassadors will help increase the brand value of Rec Sports by building relationships with members of the campus community including current students, prospective students, faculty/staff, and more.

    As a Brand Ambassador, you will join the Marketing & Communications team, a group that works hard, obsesses over good music, and has a lot of fun promoting the mission of Rec Sports!

    If you enjoy…

    • Helping and educating others
    • Meeting new people
    • Working with one or two other teammates
    • Being involved on campus
    • Staying active

    …then we think you might be a great fit for our team!

    Responsibilities:

    • Execute promotional events within Rec Sports facilities and across campus (may include resource fairs, SOAR, Rec Sports tabling events, sponsor promotions, etc.)
    • Personify the Rec Sports brand through interactions with current and potential members
    • Educate about opportunities to PLAY HARD. GET FIT. LIVE WELL. at UW-Madison and help individuals find programs that best match their interests
    • Contribute to Rec Sports social media presence by posting photos and highlights from promotional events (not necessarily required at every event)
    • Learn details about Rec Sports facilities, open recreation, and six major program areas: Fitness/Wellness, Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, Ice, Tennis, and Aquatics (we’ll train you!)

    Time Commitment & Pay:

    • Up to four hours per week during the school year (could be more during the summer)
    • Must be available to work evenings and some afternoons (if you’re interested and unsure about your schedule, you are still encouraged to apply)
    • Pay: $9.15/hour

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Lauren De Carolis, Coordinator of Marketing & Communications, at lauren.decarolis@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
  • Graphic Designer

    Now hiring!

    Rec Sports is looking for creative and talented students to visually represent the Rec Sports brand through graphic design. Graphic Designers develop materials to increase brand recognition and exposure for a large audience, including current UW-Madison students, prospective students, faculty/staff, and community members. You will work collaboratively with our marketing team and Pro staff to ensure a cohesive message and brand image across all materials.  Graphic designers create logos, t-shirts, posters, website and social banners, and all things aesthetic!

    As a Graphic Designer, you will join the Marketing & Communications team, a group that works hard, loves staying active, obsesses over good music, and has a lot of fun promoting the mission of Rec Sports!

    If you…

    • Know the ins and outs of Adobe Creative Suite
    • Understand design composition, typography, and the challenges associated with designing across different platforms
    • Demonstrate creative initiative and leadership
    • Have an eye for detail but an appreciation for the big picture
    • Are able to complete tasks in a timely manner
    • Possess superior communication and interpersonal skills for working as part of a team
    • Are self-motivated and have the ability to work independently

    …then we think you might be a great fit for our team!

    Responsibilities:

    • Produce graphic design elements for digital (web, mobile, touchscreens, social media) and print materials that promote Rec Sports programs and services
    • Assist in creative concept development for telling the Rec Sports story across multiple platforms
    • Transform data and information into visually compelling designs that are easy to understand
    • Juggle multiple projects while effectively managing timelines

    Time Commitment & Pay:

    • Up to 10 hours per week during the school year (could be more during the summer)
    • Pay: $9.45/hour

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Lauren De Carolis, Coordinator of Marketing & Communications, at lauren.decarolis@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • Portfolio or several examples of work
  • Multimedia Lead

    Not hiring at this time.

    Rec Sports is looking for a creative, talented, and motivated student to lead a multimedia team of 8-10 photographers and videographers. You will develop and produce visual content that supports the Rec Sports brand vision and strategy.

    As the Multimedia Lead, you will join the Marketing & Communications team, a group that works hard, loves staying active, obsesses over good music, and has a lot of fun promoting the mission of Rec Sports!

    If you…

    • Know the ins and outs of Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Adobe Lightroom, and Photo Shop
    • Have experience shooting photo and video using a DSLR camera
    • Love storytelling
    • Demonstrate creative initiative and leadership experience
    • Enjoy making confident and intelligent decisions
    • Have an eye for detail but an appreciation for the big picture
    • Possess excellent time-management skills
    • Are able to complete tasks in a timely manner
    • Possess superior communication and interpersonal skills for working as part of a team
    • Enjoy training and mentoring others

    …then we think you might be a great fit for our team!

    Responsibilities:

    • Manage multiple photo and video projects
    • Oversee a team of student photographers and videographers, enforcing deadlines and providing leadership and creative feedback
    • Produce high-quality, visually compelling photo and video content
    • Ensure consistency across all multimedia project
    • Assist in strategic concept development for creatively telling the Rec Sports story across multiple platforms
    • Collaborate cross functionally with communications and social media

    Time Commitment & Pay:

    • Up to 10 hours per week during the school year (could be more during the summer)
    • Pay: $10.50/hour

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Lauren De Carolis, Coordinator of Marketing & Communications, at lauren.decarolis@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
  • Photographer

    Not hiring at this time.

    Rec Sports is looking for creative and talented students to help tell the Rec Sports story through photography. Photographers should have the technical skills to take excellent photographs and the perspective to help tell a story when needed.  We want creative, enthusiastic, photographers that can work independently and collaboratively on projects and event coverage.

    As a Photographer, you will join the Marketing & Communications team, a group that works hard, loves staying active, obsesses over good music, and has a lot of fun promoting the mission of Rec Sports!

    If you…

    • Understand photo composition and editing
    • Have experience shooting sports
    • Demonstrate creative initiative and leadership
    • Have an eye for detail but an appreciation for the big picture
    • Are able to complete tasks in a timely manner
    • Are open to trying different methods of photography and receiving constructive feedback
    • Possess superior communication and interpersonal skills for working as part of a team
    • Are self-motivated and have the ability to work independently
    • Are excited to build your portfolio and share your work

    …then we think you might be a great fit for our team!

    Responsibilities:

    • Take photos of events, programs, participants, facilities, and other
    • Contribute visual content for print and digital promotional materials (including posters, banners, website, social media, mobile application, and touchscreens)
    • Consult with Multimedia Lead to understand photography goals and needs, project objectives, and image usage
    • Assist in creative concept development for telling the Rec Sports story across multiple platforms

    Time Commitment & Pay:

    • Up to 10 hours per week during the school year (could be more during the summer)
    • Pay: $9.45/hour

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Lauren De Carolis, Coordinator of Marketing & Communications, at lauren.decarolis@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • Portfolio or several examples of work
  • Social Media Assistant

    Not hiring at this time.

    Rec Sports is looking for creative and talented students to represent the Rec Sports brand through social media. The Social Media assistant develops materials to increase brand recognition, exposure, and engagement with UW-Madison students, prospective students alumni, faculty/staff, and community members. You will work closely with our multimedia and graphic design teams to develop a cohesive message and brand image across all marketing materials.

    As a Social Media Assistant, you will join the Marketing & Communications team, a group that works hard, loves staying active, obsesses over good music, and has a lot of fun promoting the mission of Rec Sports!

    If you…

    • Have proficient writing skills and excellent grammar
    • Have knowledge of and experience using a variety of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
    • Enjoy humor and pop-culture references
    • Spend a lot of your time perusing the internet for interesting content, lists and quizzes, the next great viral video, hilarious stories, etc.
    • Demonstrate creative initiative and leadership
    • Are able to complete tasks in a timely manner
    • Possess superior communication and interpersonal skills for working as part of a team
    • Are self-motivated and have the ability to work independently

    …then we think you might be a great fit for our team!

    Responsibilities:

    • Build and execute social media strategy
    • Generate, edit, publish, and share daily content that builds meaningful connections with UW-Madison students and encourages them to take action
    • Manage Rec Sports pages within each platform (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Snapchat)
    • Pitch campaign ideas to increase engagement with campus and community
    • Continuously improve the Rec Sports social media strategy by
    • Follow Rec Sports communication guide and standards

    Time Commitment & Pay:

    • 6 – 10 hours per week during the school year (could be more if available during the summer)
    • Pay: $9.45/hour

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Lauren De Carolis, Coordinator of Marketing & Communications, at lauren.decarolis@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • One sample of written work (one page or less)
  • Videographer

    Now hiring!

    Rec Sports is looking for creative and talented students to help tell the Rec Sports story using video. Videographers will produce content that highlights Rec Sports programs and events and that features individual participants. Most video will be short-form content/series.

    As a Videographer, you will join the Marketing & Communications team, a group that works hard, loves staying active, obsesses over good music, and has a lot of fun promoting the mission of Rec Sports!

    If you…

    • Know the ins and outs of Adobe Premiere and After Effects
    • Have experience shooting video using a DSLR camera
    • Understand storyboarding, shot composition, sound recording, and editing
    • Love storytelling
    • Demonstrate creative initiative and leadership
    • Have an eye for detail but an appreciation for the big picture
    • Are able to complete tasks in a timely manner
    • Possess superior communication and interpersonal skills for working as part of a team
    • Are excited to build your portfolio and share your work
    • Possess excellent time-management skills
    • Are self-motivated and have the ability to work independently

    …then we think you might be a great fit for our team!

    Responsibilities:

    • Deliver high-quality, compelling video content
    • Own the pre-production, production, and post-production needs for all video projects
    • Contribute to script- and copy-writing
    • Follow guidelines to create video content consistent with the Rec Sports brand
    • Assist in creative concept development for telling the Rec Sports story across multiple platforms
    • Juggle multiple projects while effectively managing timelines

    Time Commitment & Pay:

    • Up to 10 hours per week during the school year (could be more during the summer)
    • Pay: $9.45/hour

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Lauren De Carolis, Coordinator of Marketing & Communications, at lauren.decarolis@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • Work samples
  • Webmaster

    Not hiring at this time.

    Rec Sports is looking for a detail-oriented student to manage the divisional website. Primary responsibilities will include maintenance and weekly updates, as well as interpreting analytics and insights into solutions for improving the user experience. You will collaborate with photographers, videographers, designers, and communication leads to integrate the website into the Rec Sports brand.

    As Webmaster, you will join the Marketing & Communications team, a group that works hard, loves staying active, obsesses over good music, and has a lot of fun promoting the mission of Rec Sports!

    If you…

    • Possess some understanding of HTML & CSS
    • Demonstrate advanced writing and editing skills
    • Exhibit creative initiative
    • Are detail-oriented and are able to work quickly and efficiently
    • Possess superior communication and interpersonal skills for working as part of a team
    • Are self-motivated and have the ability to work independently

    …then we think you might be a great fit for our team!

    Responsibilities:

    • Manage Rec Sports website (daily maintenance and updates, formatting, design, etc.)
    • Assist with integration of website into greater marketing initiatives
    • Initiate improvements and edits to website to increase efficiencies, organization, and user-friendliness
    • Use analytical tools to measure user behavior on website and monitor engagement
    • Develop HTML emails for mass distribution
    • Collaborate with other marketing team members to ensure a consistent message and brand image on campus
    •  Assist in creative concept development for telling the Rec Sports story across multiple platforms

    Time Commitment & Pay:

    • Up to 10 hours per week during the school year (could be more during the summer)
    • Pay: $9.45/hour

    How to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials to Lauren De Carolis, Coordinator of Marketing & Communications, at lauren.decarolis@wisc.edu:

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • Examples of previous web work and/or any additional portfolio documents

Member Services & Operations

  • Custodial Crew

    Not hiring at this time.

    Rec Sports Custodial Crew is responsible for keeping our facilities clean while also providing customer service. Although we do have a full time maintenance crew, our student custodial staff is a helping hand when maintenance is not in the building. A normal shift involves sweeping, disinfecting and restocking supplies throughout the building.

    If you have any questions please contact us at memberships@recsports.wisc.edu.

  • Facility Attendant

    Not hiring at this time.

    The Facility Attendant is responsible for overseeing the access points and fitness space at the Nat. This position will rotate between the ID checker position and fitness monitor position on each shift. You will enforce Rec Sports policies and be in charge of maintaining, cleaning and checking the fitness areas. The Facility Attendant creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere for members and guests.

    Rec Sports Expectations:

    • Develop professional relationships with co-workers, members and guests
    • Uphold and exceed the expectations of the Rec Sports mission, vision, and values
    • Promote and maintain cleanliness and appearance within and surrounding Rec Sports facilities
    • Take ownership of Rec Sports facilities and programs by exhibiting a responsible work ethic
    • Enforce Rec Sports policies and procedures to promote participant safety and satisfaction
    • Respond to all emergency situations and adhere to established protocol including pre- and post- incident procedures

    Requirements & Qualifications:

    • First Aid, CPR, AED certification or ability to attain it within first week of employment
    • Communication, leadership and organizational skills
    • Ability to work throughout all hours of facility operation including nights and weekends
    • Ability to balance academic and job responsibilities
    • Must be able to attend department-wide and program specific trainings
    • Commitment to a position that rotates job duties/responsibilities every hour

    Specific Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Rotate between the on floor position and the ID checking position
    • Practice and enforce all facility policies and procedures to ensure patron safety and conduct
    • Maintain, check, and clean all fitness and facility equipment and spaces
    • Control access to facilities by swiping in current members and/or ensuring guests have proper documentation
    • Respond to questions, problems, and suggestions as given by members, guests and personnel
    • Take regular tours of all areas to identify any facility malfunctions, safety hazards or improper departmental operations
    • Submit work order forms for maintenance needs
    • Respond to injuries and assist in immediate first aid and proper emergency procedures
    • Ensure that the buildings and activity areas are opened and closed at designated times
    • Assist other staff areas with the preparation and operation of their program area as needed
    • Demonstrate machine use and provide assistance to members and guests in weight/cardio rooms
    • Establish a rapport with members, guests, and other staff members
    • Assist with maintenance projects as needed
    • Demonstrate qualities that positively reflect the Division of Recreational Sports
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Facility Supervisor

    Work Schedule:
    Anticipate approximately 6-12 hours a week. This will typically be 2-3 days a week and may include weekends.

  • Facility Attendant/Skate Guard

    Not hiring at this time.

    The Facility Attendant/Skate Guard is responsible for overseeing the ice rink and fitness space at the Shell. This position will rotate between the Skate Guard position and Facility Attendant position. You will enforce Rec Sports policies and be in charge of maintaining, cleaning and monitoring the fitness areas. The Facility Attendant/Skate Guard creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere for members and guests.

    Rec Sports Expectations:

    • Develop professional relationships with co-workers, members and guests
    • Uphold and exceed the expectations of the Rec Sports mission, vision, and values
    • Promote and maintain cleanliness and appearance within and surrounding Rec Sports facilities
    • Take ownership of Rec Sports facilities and programs by exhibiting a responsible work ethic
    • Enforce Rec Sports policies and procedures to promote participant safety and satisfaction
    • Respond to all emergency situations and adhere to established protocol including pre- and post- incident procedures

    Requirements & Qualifications:

    • First Aid, CPR, AED certification or ability to attain it within first week of employment
    • Communication, leadership and organizational skills
    • Ability to work throughout all hours of facility operation including nights and weekends
    • Ability to balance academic and job responsibilities
    • Must be able to attend department-wide and program specific trainings
    • Commitment to a position that rotates job duties/responsibilities every hour

    Specific Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Rotate between the on floor position and the ID checking position
    • Practice and enforce all facility policies and procedures to ensure patron safety and conduct
    • Maintain, check, and clean all fitness and facility equipment and spaces
    • Control access to facilities by swiping in current members and/or ensuring guests have proper documentation
    • Respond to questions, problems, and suggestions as given by members, guests and personnel
    • Take regular tours of all areas to identify any facility malfunctions, safety hazards or improper departmental operations
    • Submit work order forms for maintenance needs
    • Respond to injuries and assist in immediate first aid and proper emergency procedures
    • Ensure that the buildings and activity areas are opened and closed at designated times
    • Assist other staff areas with the preparation and operation of their program area as needed
    • Demonstrate machine use and provide assistance to members and guests in weight/cardio rooms
    • Establish a rapport with members, guests, and other staff members
    • Assist with maintenance projects as needed
    • Demonstrate qualities that positively reflect the Division of Recreational Sports
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Facility Supervisor

    Work Schedule:
    Anticipate approximately 6-12 hours a week. This will typically be 2-3 days a week and may include weekends.