Campus Recreation Employment Opportunities
Campus Recreation offers a wide variety of student employment. Below are our positions with some brief descriptions of the role, as well as when we tend to hire for each of those positions. The links will connect you to our applications for each position.
- Intramural Positions
Make the minimum wage for Ohio. Students can apply via the application (just click on the position title link). Head Referees are used for just about if not all of our offerings whereas regular officials are used for one or two specific sports based on their background/experience. They help us make sure daily events are running smoothly and keep the games safe.
Make the minimum wage for Ohio, but typically get more hours than other Intramural and/or Facility positions as they are the ones who help plan and oversee events. To apply use the position title link. These students are the upper-level managers of recreation. There are Intramural positions, Facility positions, Outreach/Club Sport positions, Marketing positions, and Staff Development/Training positions.
- Facility Positions
Makes the minimum wage for Ohio. To apply use the position title link. These students operate our main desk. They greet people into the building, ensure rules are being followed, everyone is safe, and are a general resource to anyone using our facility.
Make the minimum wage for Ohio, but typically get a lot more hours than other Intramural positions as they are the ones who help plan and oversee events. To apply use the position title link. These students are the upper-level managers of recreation. There are Intramural positions, Facility positions, Club Sport positions, Marketing positions, and Staff Development positions.
To apply use the position title link. Students must be current with their certifications. Used for a variety of events on campus and occasionally used as an intramural referee for water-based sports.
Interested in becoming a student Instructor of a Wellness Activity Class such as yoga or Zumba you can use the application to indicate your interest. You would need to get certification to teach this class on your own with the potential to be reimbursed later pending on the quality of the class offered.
"We were given an environment where we could make mistakes, test new ideas and were challenged to grow not only as employees but as young professionals"
"I strongly agree that working for Campus Recreation created a sense of belonging for me at the university and allowed me to feel as though I was part of a family"
For more information please contact Deven Siesel Director of Athletic and Recreation Operations