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 training/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.
Contact Sarah MacKay for more info: 801-626-8723 firstname.lastname@example.org
Aquatics & Safety
Aquatics and Safety (AQS) Program
The Head Lifeguard assists the AQS Coordinator with operations and programming of the AQS program. Duties include assisting with swim lesson programming and scheduling,planning and supervising events, managing risk, evaluating lifeguards and water safety instructors, providing customer service to participants, researching and proposing equipment/programming needs, and other duties as assigned.
The Safety Team member assists the AQS Coordinator with risk management for Campus Recreation facilities. Duties include providing First Aid for Campus Recreation events, teaching American Red Cross Lifeguarding, CPR, and First Aid classes, auditing Campus Recreation employees on safety skills, and other duties as assigned.
Water Safety Instructor (WSI)
The WSI is responsible for teaching the learn-to-swim program following American Red Cross protocols. Duties include ensuring the safety of participants utilizing the pool and facility area around the pool, managing risk, teaching lessons to ARC standards, providing customer service to participants, and the setup and take down of swim lessons.
The lifeguard is responsible for ensuring the safety of participants utilizing the Swenson pool on the WSU campus. Duties include scanning and patrolling pool areas for safety and risk management, providing care in the case of an emergency or injury, enforcing facility and program policies, providing customer service to participants, and providing daily upkeep/maintenance of office and pool facilities.
Contact Rebecca Mabile for more info: 801-626-7967 email@example.com
Competitive Sports Manager
The Competitive Sports (CoSpo) Managers assist the CoSpo professional staff in advising the 15+ clubs that are under Campus Recreation by ensuring clubs are in compliance with WSU and risk management protocols regarding budget, travel, purchases, and many other elements. This position also assists the CoSpo professional staff with the administration of the intramural events throughout the year.
Competitive Sports Supervisor
The Competitive Sports (CoSpo) Supervisors work with both Competitive Sport programs. CoSpo Supervisors are responsible for supervising Intramural events, Sport Club practices and events taking place at various campus locations throughout the year. Duties include setting up and breaking down fields/courts for competition, managing risk, troubleshooting and finding solutions to issues during activities, handling disciplinary issues with participants, providing customer service to participants, recording game results and updating/posting standings each day, assisting the CoSpo professional staff with conducting officials training, promoting activities, and other duties as assigned.
Intramural (IM) Officials are responsible for officiating intramural events taking place at various campus locations throughout the year. IM Officials serve as the face of the department at intramural events and other Campus Recreation functions. Duties include providing customer service, practicing conflict resolution, preparing facilities for competition, and enforcing intramural and Campus Rec rules and procedures.
Sport Club Leadership Positions
Sport Club Leadership (SCL) is made up of the Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Treasurers, Secretaries, and other student leadership positions of various clubs that are responsible for the operations of non-NCAA athletic teams. SCL recruit club members, create a club constitution, hold team meetings/practices/competitions, and work with the Competitive Sports Staff to ensure compliance with WSU and risk management protocols regarding budget, travel, equipment purchasing, etc.
Sport Club Council Members
Three students sit on the Sport Club Council (SCC) along with WSU staff and faculty to give input on issues related to Sports Clubs such as disciplinary/reward actions, student fee and activity waiver allotments, and policies and protocols. Student members are voted onto the Council by members of the Sports Club Leadership.
Contact Morgan Fradley for more info: 801-626-6476 firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Fitness Trainer
Personal Fitness Trainers (PFT) create and implement safe and effective exercise programs for apparently healthy adults. Duties include managing risk, remaining current on exercise science principles, and providing customer service to participants. PFTs must hold a nationally recognized PFT certification, and be American Red Cross certified in CPR/AED/First Aid.
Online Application (Pooled Position)
Contact Jonathan Rivera for more info: 801-626-7519 email@example.com
Functional Fitness Consultant
The Functional Fitness Consultant (FFC) is responsible for ensuring the safety of participants utilizing the strength and cardio areas at the Wildcat Center and Davis campus fitness facility. The FFC is responsible for providing excellent customer service and creating a welcoming, encouraging environment for patrons using the facility. The FFC actively supervises the facility, provides tours as needed, ensures the cleanliness and organization of the equipment, & conducts fitness center orientations by appointment. FFCs will be trained on all duties, policies, and procedures prior to their first shift. This position reports to the Fitness Coordinator.
Online Application (Pooled Position)
Group Exercise Instructor
Group Exercise Instructors (GEI) choreograph and conduct safe, effective, and fun group exercise classes for apparently healthy adults. Duties include managing risk, remaining current on exercise science principles, and providing customer service to participants. GEIs must hold a nationally recognized group exercise certification, and be American Red Cross certified in CPR/AED/First Aid.Online Application (Pooled Position)
Challenge Course Manager
The OP CC Manager assists the OP coordinator with operations and programming of the CC program and is responsible for the daily operations/programming of the CC. Duties include knowledge of challenge course operation and program facilitation, training/scheduling/supervising/evaluating challenge course facilitators, reviewing staff payroll, managing risk, remaining current on team dynamics principles, researching and proposing equipment/programming needs, and providing customer service to participants.
Challenge Course Facilitator
The CCF leads group initiatives on the OP Challenge Course. Duties include program preparation, setup, take down, risk management, conducting group orientation, and providing customer service to participants. This position also requires some knowledge of challenge course operation and facilitation.
Climbing Wall Manager
The CWM assists the OP coordinator with operations and programming of the climbing wall and is responsible for the daily operations/programming of the Weber Rocks Climbing Facility. Duties include instructing staff and participants in proper lead climbing technique and belay and tie-in technique, managing risk, reviewing staff payroll, cash handling transactions for gear rental and day passes, conducting and documenting wall maintenance and equipment inventories, and providing customer service to participants.
Climbing Wall Attendant
The Climbing Wall Attendant will be primarily responsible for maintaining a high level of safety within the Weber Rocks Climbing Facility. Attendant will be responsible for teaching participant's proper belay and tie-in technique as well as handling cash transactions for gear rental and day passes. Basic wall maintenance and cleaning duties will be required.
The Rental Technician will be primarily responsible for checking-out, checking-in, inspecting, cleaning and maintenance of outdoor equipment, and the registration of participants for adventure programs. Candidates must have a strong interest in outdoor recreation, experience working with outdoor equipment, the ability to lift 50 pounds repeatedly, and great customer service.
The RM assists the OP coordinator with operations of the OP Rental Center and is responsible for the daily operations of the Rental Center. Duties include training/scheduling/supervising/evaluating rental center employees, managing risk, cash handling system and rental database maintenance, equipment maintenance and inventories, reviewing staff payroll, and providing customer service to participants. Candidates must have a strong interest in outdoor recreation, experience working with outdoor equipment, and the ability to lift 50 pounds repeatedly.
Adventure Program Trip Leader
Work as part of the Outdoor Program team to instruct and lead participants in a variety of outdoor related outings, clinics, or classes. Become familiar with and adhere to the OP Curriculum's, OP Standards of Practice, and other materials deemed appropriate. Take responsibility for safety of participants, equipment, vehicles, and other resources. Establish the necessary relationship with participants in order to develop familiarity with their skill development and/or recreational experience. Initiate appropriate rescue response and/or the administration of first aid during course related emergencies. Perform other duties and specific course responsibilities as assigned.
The OP MM assists the OP coordinator in promoting OP activities and programs. Duties include creating promotional campaigns, designing promotional posters/flyers/visual materials, working with event sponsors, organizing promotional events, managing risk in marketing/promotional activities, and providing customer service to participants.
Contact Daniel Turner for more info: 801-626-7354 | firstname.lastname@example.org