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Employment Opportunities

University Recreation employs over 500 students and non-students each year in a variety of positions at the Student Recreation Center, Outdoor Pool Complex and Aquatic Center.  Working for University Recreation allows employees to gain valuable experience, and the possibility for advancement within the department.  University Recreation offers flexible scheduling, competitive wages, and the opportunity to work in a dynamic, fun and rewarding environment.  We encourage you to browse through our positions, find one that best fits your interests skills and abilities, and begin the process of becoming part of our team!

We employ throughout the year for these positions:

Click Apply for the online job application.

Aquatics:

 

Operations Staff

Closed

Aquatics Supervisor

Closed

Swim Lesson Instructor

Closed

Lifeguard

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Aquatics Support Staff

Closed

Informal Recreation:

SRC Supervisor

Closed

SRC Support Staff

Closed

Strength and Conditioning

Closed

Program Assistant

Closed

Outdoor Recreation:

 

Bike Mechanic

CLOSED

Support Staff

Apply

Trip Leader

Apply

Fitness:

 

Discover Series Non-Credit Program Instructor

Closed

Group Exercise Instructor

Closed

Personal Trainer

Closed

Intramural Sports:

 

Event Assistant

Closed

Sports Official

Closed

Intramural Supervisor

Closed

Landscaping & Grounds:

 

Support Staff

Closed

Marketing:

 

Student Graphic Designer

Closed

Student Marketing Assistant

Closed

Membership:

 

Membership Staff

Closed

Sport Clubs:

 

Sport Clubs Supervisor

Closed


Practicums & Internships
We are always seeking creative, innovative, and energetic students for semester or year-long practicum and internship experiences. Course credit may be possible. Many of these positions are unpaid, but provide great experience to put your skills and ideas into action. Do you have a specific skill or idea that would benefit our program? Please feel free to contact us to discuss further!