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Student Employment

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics + University Sports Complex is looking for student employees to work as lifeguards, water safety instructors, and building managers. Schedules are flexible.

Available Employment Opportunities

Here is a list of each position with a brief job description. Student applications are available online or by coming to the University Sports Complex.

Building Manager: Oversees all operations of the facility. The building manager supervises id check, court reservations, equipment checkout, and all other areas of the Sports Complex. Also enforces all facility policies and procedures.

Lifeguard: Responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of all swimmers. Lifeguards supervise the use of all pool equipment and maintain a safe environment in the natatorium. Must maintain appropriate certifications for the position.

Work-Study Program

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics + University Sports Complex employs students in the federal work study program to perform several different types of jobs, including receptionists, lifeguards, facility monitors, and game day operations staff. Work study students are chosen at the beginning of each semester (e.g. August, January) and if the student performs his or her duties satisfactorily, employment can continue through the life of the student’s federal work study award. For more information about the Federal Work Study Program, please contact Human Resources.

Intramural Officials

A variety of intramural sports are offered each semester, which provide participants the chance to compete and have fun. These sports cannot take place without intramural officials, as they play a very important role in the intramural sports program. Clinics are held the week before each sport starts, and are designed to prepare officials for calling games.

Intramural Official: No experience necessary and training is provided. All positions are paid and schedules are flexible. Working as an official provides an opportunity to make extra money, meet new friends, develop leadership skills, and become involved in the campus community.

Please visit The Department of Student Involvement for more information.