Student Involvement Positions
Student Office/Access Assistant
The Campus Recreation Office/Access Assistant serves a front line role in the department’s delivery of customer service. In the Office Assistant role, this position responds to participant needs and inquiries in person in the office, over the phone, as well as at special events. Daily duties include registering participants for department programs, providing friendly and informative responses to participant questions, reliable handling of cash (opening/closing cash register, processing payments, balancing register, etc.), and other projects as assigned. Then in the Access Assistant role, this position responds to participant needs as they enter the Wildcat Center. Daily duties include greeting customers as they enter the facility, ensuring each customer has proper credentials to enter facility, providing friendly and informative responses to participant questions, and other projects as assigned. This position reports to the CR Associate Director.
Campus Recreation Facility Supervisor
The Campus Recreation (CR) Facility Supervisor serves as the student employee in charge during their shift, filling a paraprofessional role by liaising between professional staff and hourly staff/participants. The supervisor conducts program rounds including Stromberg expansion and arena, Swenson Pool, and the Outdoor Program in Annex 9. Duties include completing risk management check-lists, trouble-shooting participant and hourly staff issues, and ensuring smooth operations with CR programs, services, and facilities. This position addresses immediate facility custodial needs (bathroom/locker room supplies, spot-cleaning). This position reports to the CR Associate Director.
Contact Morgan Fradley for more info: 801-626-6476 email@example.com
The Campus Recreation Marketing Graphic Designer is responsible for assisting the Marketing Coordinator with graphic design aspects of the marketing and promotion of Campus Recreation programs, events and activities. The Graphic Designer may be assigned social media projects, depending on skillset. Responsibilities include developing graphics and layouts for product illustrations/department logos/websites, working with program area Coordinators to determine layout design, reviewing final layouts and suggesting improvements as needed, following best practices for graphic design and social media, participating in required trainings/meetings, maintaining current American Red Cross certifications in CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and First Aid, assisting with other duties as assigned. This position reports to the Campus Recreation Marketing Coordinator.
- Position Currently: Open (Apply Here)
- Pay: $11/hour
- Hours/Week: 10-20
Contact Sarah MacKay for more info: 801-626-8723 firstname.lastname@example.org