As the largest student employer on campus, USF Campus Recreation has employment opportunities for everyone. Check out some of the different positions offered within Campus Recreation below.
Interested in becoming a lifeguard? Contact our Aquatics Coordinator, Savannah Redd at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Private Swim Lesson Instructor is responsible for instructing all swim lesson participants as well as ensuring the safety of participants during classes. Learn more about our Private Swim Lessons by clicking here.
The Facility Staff position includes rotating between working at the Welcome Desk and Equipment Checkout. Team members will learn how to operate our computer software, Fusion, in order to check out/in equipment, make racquetball court reservations, and verify patrons' access to the facility along with other duties.
The Facility Supervisor position includes management and upkeep of the entire Campus Recreation facility while overseeing 3 entry-level team members. Supervisors will need to master all job responsibilities and skills of an entry-level team member; this may include, but is not limited to: operating our computer software, Fusion, in order to check out/in equipment, make racquetball court reservations, and verify patrons access to the facility along with other duties.
The Special Events Staff position includes supervising and participating in the set-up and take-down of special events programmed through Campus Recreation. Staff members will also serve as the onsite contact for host of all special events programmed through Campus Recreation and as onsite contact with Public Safety, Emergency responders, facility staff, event organizers, and custodial staff to ensure effective and professional event management, along with other duties.
Fitness Staff members are responsible for monitoring fitness facilities, providing equipment orientations, ensuring member safety, and enforcing campus recreation policies. Fitness Staff provide information related to programs, services, and registration available to members. Occasionally, fitness staff members are asked to complete special projects related to fitness programs and services.
The Personal Trainer conducts fitness consultations and personal training sessions for members of campus recreation. The Personal Trainer performs skilled tasks requiring advanced certification, specialized knowledge, prior relevant experience, and considerable independent judgment and decision-making. Learn more about the Personal Training program by clicking here.
The Group Fitness Instructor is responsible for leading group fitness classes and promoting the fitness program at the campus recreation center and its satellite facilities. The Group Fitness Instructor is responsible for offering safe, effective, and fun exercise formats in a group setting and performs skilled tasks requiring advanced certification, specialized knowledge, prior relevant experience, and considerable independent judgment and decision-making. Learn more about the Group Fitness program by clicking here.
The Fitness Coach develops exercise programming for small group and private group fitness training sessions. The Fitness Coach performs skilled tasks requiring advanced certification, specialized knowledge, prior relevant experience, and considerable independent judgment and decision-making.
The Intramural Sports Supervisor reports to the Intramural Sports Coordinator and Intramural Graduate Assistants and serves as a liaison between the Intramural Program Administration and participants. Supervisors will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of the administration of the intramural program, including: sport site administration, training officials, evaluating officials, special event coverage, risk management, implementing policies and procedures, etc. Learn more about our Intramural Sports program by clicking here.
Officiating IM Sports is an excellent way to get involved and connect with thousands of students at USF. Officials are responsible for keeping the integrity of the game and providing a safe environment for all participants involved. The IM staff will conduct and provide all training and equipment necessary to ensure officials are ready to take on the challenge and succeed as soon as they step into their first game. USF Intramurals is also proud to be a training ground for many officials breaking into the high school and collegiate ranks. Please contact the IM office at (813) 974-4449 or e-mail email@example.com for upcoming training dates. Learn more about Intramural Officials by clicking here.
Membership Services & Marketing
The Membership Services Office Assistant is primarily responsible for selling memberships to USF affiliates and community members, as well as answering and directing phone calls for Campus Recreation. This position reports to the Membership Services Coordinator and may assist with other office management duties and tasks as needed. Learn more about the Membership Services office by clicking here.
The primary duties of the Social Media Marketing Assistant include managing Campus Recreation's main social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Responsibilities include creating weekly social media content calendars, presenting monthly analytics, and helping with other pages and marketing duties as needed.
The primary task of the Multimedia Marketing Assistant is to capture permanent visual representations of events and activities hosted by and affiliated with the Campus Recreation department. This is accomplished through the recording of both still photography and video. This position also incorporates the editing of captured media, using photo and video editing software.
This requires knowledge in photographic and cinematographic composition, as well as knowledge of camera operations. The person in this position should have knowledge of photo editing software such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom, as well as video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects.
As a member of the marketing team, the Graphic Designer is primarily responsible for the creation of marketing collateral, including posters and flyers, graphics for digital displays, web, and social media, and more.
This requires a working knowledge of graphic design elements and software such as Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop.
The primary duties of the Program Area Marketing Assistant include managing social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter for specific program areas within Campus Rec. Responsibilities include creating weekly social media content calendars, presenting monthly analytics, and overseeing marketing efforts for specific program areas.
Program areas with Marketing Assistant positions include:
- Intramural Sports
- Outdoor Recreation
- Sport Clubs
The Adventure Trip Staff position is responsible for logistical and facilitative operations of adventure trip programs under the supervision and guidance of the Adventure Programs Coordinator, Adventure Trips Graduate Assistant, and one or more Adventure Trip Leaders. The Trip Staff position is an "entry level" position into the Outdoor Recreation Adventure Trips program, intended to be an internship style learning position for staff to gain necessary experience to successfully transition into the Assistant Trip Leader position. Expected hours are <10 per week.
Outdoor Resource Center student employees are responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the Outdoor resource Center under the supervision and guidance of the student supervisor and the Bike Shop Manager. This includes bicycle repairs, skateboard repairs, retail sales, outdoor gear equipment rental, adventure trips program, and other programs as added to the Outdoor Recreation Center. This student employee group also works shifts at USF Riverfront Park in the boat house.
Ropes Course Facilitators are responsible for facilitation of the USF Ropes Course under the supervision and guidance of the Outdoor Recreation Coordinator. Learn more about the USF Ropes Course by clicking here.
The Sport Club Supervisor reports to the Sport Club Coordinator and Sport Club Graduate Assistant and serves as a liaison between the Sport Club Program Administration and the sport club athletes. Supervisors will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of the administration of the Sport Club Program, including: event management, club communication, office coverage, data collection, risk management, creating and implementing policies and procedures, marketing, and equipment inventory. Learn more about the Sport Clubs program by clicking here.
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