Campus Recreation often has part-time jobs available. Check this page frequently to see the latest updates.
Background Check Process
Please note that all offers of employment (both student employees and non-student employees) are contingent upon completing and passing a required background check. The offer of employment may be discontinued at any time if the background check conditions are not met
Available Part Time Positions
Recreation Fitness Class Instructors (Spring 2014)
Instruct recreation and/or fitness classes in the Campus Recreation department. For for-credit classes: Develop class syllabus and lesson plans for the credit classes; record and submit student attendance, mid-term and final grades. For drop-in Group Ex as well as Credit classes: Maintain a safe and healthy instructional environment; ability to effectively communicate, demonstrate and instruct the skills required of the listed course.
- Past teaching experience in the related field you are applying for
- Fitness instruction certification (if applicable to the class you are applying for)
- Current CPR/First Aid/AED certifications
- Personal fitness level necessary for teaching the assigned course
Pay is set at $20/hour. Dates of employment are ASAP though 05/13/14 unless otherwise indicated.
Classes available. Spring 2014:
- Cardio Country Line Dancing, T/TH, 7-7:55pm
We do not hold resumes for future positions.
To apply, please send your resume along with three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facilities Operations Assistant Coordinator
The Recreation Facilities Operations Assistants Coordinator supports the Recreation Programs Manager, the Fitness Programs Manager and the two Facilities Coordinators with supervision of the Sports Center and Mission Fitness Center facilities and operations during weekend (and potentially weekday) hours. Responsibilities include: staff supervision, facility safety and security, facility cleanliness, snack bar operations, KIOSK operations, customer service, and facility opening and closing. Other responsibilities assigned as needed.
This position may opt to remain in this position into the non-semester terms, including summer and subsequent semesters. Hours will vary from this posting description.
Qualifications: Bachelor's required, knowledge in recreational sports, experience supervising a staff and/or facility, computer skills for Microsoft Windows (Office, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), must be CPR/AED/First Aid certified and have current certification card, skilled in the areas of risk management, conflict management, and excellent written and verbal communication skills.
We are looking for a self-starter and team player who can keep our patrons sage and our student staff engaged at all times.
Pay: $14/hour (firm)
Start date: ASAP
End date: June 1st, 2014 (with opportunity for extended employment into summer and subsequent semesters based off of performance and needs of the department).
Spring semester hours: This is a 5 to 15 hour per week position with the following needed time frames:
- Saturdays: 5 to 8 hour shift between 9:45am - 8:15pm
- Sundays: 5 to 8 hour shift between 9:45am - 10:15pm
- Hours will vary based off of special events, hours of the facility and holidays.
- Some Fridays may be required (shift 3:30-8:15pm)
Application Procedure: Please send your resume along with three professional references to email@example.com.
Intramural Sports Officials
USD IM Sports is hiring sports officials for the Fall 2010 Intramural season. We have openings in football, soccer, volleyball, softball, and basketball. No officiating experience is necessary, but knowledge of the sport is required. Paid training provided.
To apply, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 619-260-4275 for more information.
USD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.