Campus Recreation seeks to hire students of character who desire not only a job, but also a place to learn, lead, and grow. Our departments provide variety in job duties and scheduling flexibility. Applications are always being accepted. Download and application and follow the steps to apply.
Aquatics: Leadership opportunities and scheduling flexibility is available in this department. If you are currently certified in American Red Cross Lifeguarding or Water Safety Instructor, contact Dr. Pam Footit, email@example.com or 615.898.2255.
Challenge Course Facilitator: Facilitatord work on the Alpine Tower and low elements of Campus Recreation's Challenge Course. This person is responsible for leading group challenge and initiatives and leadership building through guiding groups through a catered challenge program. Prior facilitation training is helpful not required, but an interest in outdoor leadership and ability to go through training required.
Climbing Wall Attendant: This position works on the 30ft-tall Campus Recreation climbing wall and is part of the Outdoor Pursuits program. It involves belaying participants, marketing the climbing wall, keeping up with safety standards, setting routes, and being a member of the Outdoor Pursuits team. Must have a passion for the outdoors.
Rec Staff: Students will be assisting Rec Center members as they enter the building, learning good customer service skills by staffing the front and equipment desks, answering the phone, handing out equipment and giving out locks while following facility procedures. Students will be the first responders to any emergencies in the facility. For more information, contact Andy Allgrim, firstname.lastname@example.org or 615.898.2104.
Fitness: This department has need of certified Personal Trainers and Exercise Instructors. Flexible hours, 7 days a week. Email email@example.com.
Intramural Sports Scorekeepers / Officials: Officials and scorekeepers are needed for Soccer, Volleyball, Flag Football, Basketball, and Softball. Students are trained by Intramural Sports staff over 4-5 day periods for each sport. Evening hours are standard, as well as some weekend activities. Contact Dan Payne, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 615.898.5341.
Intramural Sports Supervisor: Student supervisor positions provide direction and support for approximately 25-30 Intramural Sports activities by serving as a liaison between players, captains, and the Intramural Sports office. Specific duties include providing supervision, first response medical support and activation of departmental emergency protocols for Intramural Sports activities. Evening hours are standard, as well as daytime help and occasional weekend activities. Contact Dan Payne, email@example.com, or by phone at 615.898.5341.
Marketing: Students in the Campus Recreation marketing department perform a variety of tasks
that informs the public of programs, activities and events scheduled. These tasks
include, but are not limited to, Web site maintenance, public relations and other
media releases and updates, flyer and poster production, bulletin board maintenance,
sponsorship sales and event planning. Students also perform a variety of tasks related
to general office management.
Office Workers: Students will handle a variety of administrative and customer service duties including informing members/guests of our many Rec Center programs, answering phones, using cash register, maintaining databases and spreadsheets, using Microsoft Office software to create various documents, and other office tasks. Will be asked to serve as a messenger for on- and off-campus sites. This is a leadership position that requires students to work well with other university students, faculty and staff, so a friendly, helpful attitude and a desire to offer great customer service is a must. Must have availability M-F between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. For more info, contact Sara Pollard, firstname.lastname@example.org or 615.898.2104.
Outdoor Equipment Rental Center Attendant: This position works in the 6,000 square foot rental center and is part of the Outdoor Pursuits program. It involves checking out outdoor adventure equipment to the MTSU community and the general public. Also involved is having local knowledge of outdoor destinations to translate to our customers. No experience required, but a passion for the outdoors is a must!
Sports Clubs: The student supervisor provides direction and support for approximately 24 sport clubs by serving as a liaison between the individual sport teams and the sport clubs office. Specific duties include providing supervision, first response medical support, and activation of departmental policies/procedures for sport club practices and games. Evening and weekend hours are standard.
Applications are always being accepted. Download and application and follow the steps to apply.
P.O. Box 556
Murfreesboro, TN 37132