Jobs in Recreation

  • Graduate Assistant 

    Position Title: Graduate Assistant - General
    General Information: The Campus Recreation Graduate Assistant is a graduate school student serving under the supervision of the Senior Director of Recreation. This GA will assist in facility management that will include oversight of the recreation center (days, nights and weekends) and leading student staff. The position will also include program development of various recreational areas including intramural sports, outdoor adventures and group exercise for the entire CBU community. This GA will also assist in the selection, training, and supervision of the undergraduate student leads as well as a variety of student worker positions.  Applicants with previous experience in recreation or who have a desire to pursue a career in student development or a related field, are preferred. 



    Position Title: Graduate Assistant - Intramural
    General Information: The Campus Recreation Program Graduate Assistant is responsible for assisting in developing, implementing, and evaluating programs within Intramural Sports that promote healthy student involvement within the CBU community.  This person will have the opportunity to promote intentional student development and learning through Campus Recreation initiatives, as well as to work in partnership with the Intramural Coordinators to facilitate the day-to-day activities that may include traditional sports leagues, hosting day tournaments, e-sports, referee training and other offerings .  Facility management of the Campus Recreation building will also be required. Additional responsibilities may be assigned according to the discretion of the Director of Recreation.



    Position Title:
    Graduate Assistant - Outdoor Adventure
    General Description:
    The Campus Recreation Program Graduate Assistant is responsible for assisting in developing, implementing, and evaluating programswithinOutdoor Adventurethat promote healthy student involvement within the CBU community.  This person will have the opportunity to promote intentional student development and learning through Campus Recreation initiatives, as well as to work in partnership with theOutdoor Adventure Coordinatorto facilitate the day-to-day activities of theOutdoor Adventuretripprogramand rental center. Facilitymanagement of the Campus Recreation building will also berequired.Additional responsibilities may be assigned according to the discretion of the Director of Recreation.

  • Customer Service Attendant

    General Information: The Customer Service Attendant is responsible for providing excellent customer service to all Recreation Center participants and members. Customer Service Attendants are responsible for monitoring the access of Recreation Center facilities and activity spaces, as well as dispensation of general equipment rentals.

    Qualifications:  Excellent customer service skills are required.  Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills are also important.

    Overall Expectations:

    • Provide excellent customer service by greeting patrons and guests with a friendly and helpful attitude
    • Enforce facility policies correctly and consistently
    • Read, understand, and abide by all employee policies and procedures stated in the Recreation Center Customer Service Attendant Manual
    • Follow emergency actions plan in the event of an emergency or injury
    • Attend mandatory meetings, and trainings

    Customer Service Attendant Responsibilities:

    • Manage daily projects and tasks  
    • Inspect and monitor the facility for safety, cleanliness, availability of cleaning solutions, and towels
    • Assist in the set up and tear down informal recreation equipment
    • Be knowledgeable of Recreation Center programs and services in order to assist patrons and guests
    • Accurately monitor and check out facility rental equipment to patrons
    • Effectively communicate with Facility Lead regarding patron and facility issues, in a timely manner
    • Perform other duties as specified by the Facility Lead or Professional Staff 

    Specific Hours: Must be flexible during hours of operation throughout the school year

  • Design/Marketing Lead

    We are currently not hiring for this position

  • Fitness Lead

    We are currently not hiring for this position 

  • Group Exercise Instructor

    General Information: Provide group exercise instruction on a weekly schedule, demonstrating the ability to instruct safe, effective, and enjoyable fitness classes. Supervise exercise participants during fitness classes, assisting participants in maximizing the efficiency of their workouts.

     

  • Intramural Lead

    We are currently not hiring for this position

  • Outdoor Adventure Lead

    We are currently not hiring for this position

  • Personal Trainer

    General Information: Provide one-on-one fitness training to clients including safe and effective exercise programs, spotting, and perfection of techniques, ensuring proper and safe training while providing individual attention and motivation. Provide each client with proper health evaluations and fitness testing to help determine current fitness levels and goals. Be able to explain the proper use of all equipment. Must possess Personal Training Certification by ACE, NASM, NSCA, or ACSM. Personal Trainers must complete 2.0 CEU each school year while employed at the Recreation Center.

     

  • Referees

    General Information: This position is responsible for the overall officiating/judging of sports, program activities and/or events to maintain standards. Works independently and makes good sound judgment for a successful event. This position is responsible for maintaining a safe environment and ensuring the safety of the intramural participants.

    Other duties may be assigned.

    1. Attends all required meetings and trainings.
    2. May officiate and judge a variety of intramural sports, games, activities and competitions.
    3. Officiates or judges activities occurring either indoor or outdoor depending on activity/sport.
    4. Enforces applicable rules and assess penalties when necessary.
    5. Examines the activity environment and surface before every event to ensure safe conditions.
    6. Inspects sporting equipment and/or examine participants in order to ensure compliance with event and safety regulations.
    7. Uses appropriate signals and mechanics.
    8. Communicates any problems or concerns to the facilitator/supervisor.
    9. Keeps track of event times, starting and stopping play when necessary.
    10. Settles claims of infractions or complaints by participants.