Discover a new way to be a part of the sport you love! We’re looking for friendly, responsible, safety-minded individuals to help us provide officiating and scorekeeping support for a variety of intramural and club team sports this fall. No prior experience is required; free training will be provided for each sport.
Interviews for these positions will be held in late July to mid-August before the fall semester. In addition, selected applicants will be contacted directly to interview via phone or zoom. The anticipated start date for this position is August 31 for the fall semester; selected candidates must attend mandatory training on August 29.
If you are a continuing UA Student (enrolled for the Fall 2021 semester), please apply – Intramural Sports Official.
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University Recreation employs over 400 students each semester in customer service, programming, and operational support positions across all UREC facilities. Jobs include: intramural officials, lifeguards, swim instructors, facility operations staff, membership support assistants, marketing support staff, group ex instructors, personal trainers, climbing wall support staff, outdoor trip leaders, and more…
In addition to flexible scheduling and convenient on-campus work locations, UREC offers students the opportunity to work in a dynamic, fun, and rewarding environment to gain valuable training, leadership experience, and certification skills that will serve them well in future employment opportunities.
Students must be enrolled at least part-time in a UA degree program during the academic year (fall and spring semesters) to work on-campus. For undergraduates, that is a minimum of six credit hours. In addition, all of our positions require an excellent attitude and willingness to learn, the ability to obtain required certifications, and the availability to work a flexible schedule – to include some early mornings, evenings, weekends, and/or holiday hours as needed, approximately 10 hours per week.
All students selected for hire must complete USCIS Form I-9 for Employment Eligibility Verification. This form requires new employees to provide documentation to their employers to show their identity and authorization to work. All identification documents must be unexpired and presented in their original format – copies, photos, or scans cannot be accepted. Additional information on Acceptable Documents for Form I-9 can be found on the USCIS website.
We’re accepting applications for the following positions:
The anticipated start date for these positions will be in late August or early September for the fall semester.
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