Student Employment Positions 

Aquatics


Beach Lifeguard 
  • Duties: Oversee operations of St. Joe Beach & Lake. Ensure patron safety when swimming, on beach, and boating. Maintain cleanliness of boathouse & beach. Ensure all patrons abide by University policies & guidelines. Assist with RecSports & University special events held at St. Joe Lake. Must have current Lifeguard certification.
  • Time: 12 - 40 hours/week
  • Dates: May - September
  • Reports to: Aquatics Program & Risk Management Coordinator
Lifeguard 
  • Duties: Ensure patron safety in the aquatic facilities. Maintain cleanliness of facilities. Ensure all patrons abide by University policies & guidelines. Must have current Lifeguard certification.
  • Time: 6 - 12 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Aquatics Program & Risk Management Coordinator
Swim Instructor 
  • Duties: Provide group swimming lessons to children ages 6 months - 18 years. Instructors will be placed in a level that is suitable to their teaching style. Adult lessons and private lessons are also available on a limited basis. Instructors are expected to demonstrate proper technique on all swimming strokes. Instructors must also maintain appropriate records of all lessons taught. Instructors must attend all training sessions.
  • Time: 4 - 6 hours/week (lesson times vary)
  • Dates: Academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Aquatics Program & Risk Management Coordinator

Climbing Wall


Climbing Wall Attendant 
  • Duties: Orient & supervise climbers. Maintain facility & equipment.
  • Time: 6 - 8 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Climbing & Bouldering Wall Program Coordinator

Club Sports


Club Sports Supervisor
  • Duties: Supervise and provide event management for Club Sports practices and competitions. Perform administrative duties to include club roster checks, data input, processing of submitted team forms, initiate medical care, and assist in Club Sport program marketing and communications.
  • Time: 5 - 10 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Club Sports
Club Sports Program Assistant
  • Duties: Assist in Club Sports administrative duties to include correspondence with all 46 clubs through email and phone communication; maintain organization of club files and forms; marketing strategies; creating of coaching agreements and contracts; updating event calendars; club purchase orders; etc. Assist in the scheduling of Club Sport Supervisors and provide on-call coverage in the absence of a Club Sports Administrator. Supervise and provide event management for Club Sports practices and competitions. 
  • Time: 10 - 15 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Club Sports
Men’s Boxing Club Manager 
  • Duties: Administrative duties include compiling boxer data, assist in planning and implementing Bengal Bouts, accounting large sums of money, and coordinating with different departments on campus. Individual must be extremely responsible, well organized, proficient in Microsoft Office applications, and willing to take on the challenge of continuing a great ND tradition! Hours are typically Monday - Friday, 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. However, the individual must have some flexibility to work some weekends, attend meetings, and/or run errands.
  • Time: 10 - 15 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Coordinator, Club Sports

Facilities


Rockne Front Desk/Weight Room Attendant
  • Duties: Supervise entry into the Rockne Memorial, ensure patron safety, provide excellent customer service, upkeep of weight room, and administrative duties including answering phones, checking in/out equipment, performing facility counts,and  attending to emergency situations. Attendants are expected to demonstrate safe and effective use of strength equipment, enforce policies and procedures, launder towels and provide general facility/program information.
  • Time: 8 - 10 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months
  • Reports to: Rockne Building Manager
RSRC Front Desk Attendant
  • Duties: Monitor entry into the RSRC by verifying proper identification and ensuring facility access policies & procedures are being met; checking out and receiving recreational equipment, supplies & towels; answering phone, taking messages and answering questions; entering RecSports registrations into computer software and processing the cash drawer; laundering towels.
  • Time: 8 - 15 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months
  • Reports to: Facility Operations Coordinator
RSRC Fitness Room Attendant
  • Duties: Monitor Fitness Room and fitness spaces to ensure patrons & guests’ safety; responsible for daily cleaning schedules of the equipment; responsible for enforcing all policies & procedures for all fitness spaces; laundering towels.
  • Time: 8 - 15 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months
  • Reports to: Facility Operations Coordinator
RSRC Facility Manager
  • Duties: Supervise Front Desk Attendants & Fitness Room Attendants; supervise Front Desk operations (answering phones, taking messages & answering questions, facility access, laundering towels); supervise fitness operations (rotation of towels, cleaning schedule, cleanliness of Fitness Room, Track & Activity Area); carry out necessary facility task set-up requirements set by supervisor; perform patron and turnstile counts of the facility; act as professional staff member during after hours to enforce departmental policies and supervise the facility; perform hourly rotations of the facility to look for environments that are unsafe and to be seen by patrons and guests in the facility.
  • Time: 8 - 15 hours/week (weekend only opening responsibilities of the facility, weekly closing responsibilities of the facility)
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months
  • Reports to: Facility Operations Coordinator
Facilities Office Assistant
  • Duties: Entering daily participation and turnstile counts into a database to keep track of facility counts, updating Facility Manager task sheets on a weekly basis, assisting with monitoring Front Desk and Fitness Room clerical work operation, including making sure there are enough copies at the front desk, turning in any lost ID’s to the card office and sending emails for overdue equipment. Filing paperwork and other duties as assigned.
  • Time: 5 - 10 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months
  • Reports to: Facility Operations Coordinator

Fitness & Instructional Programs


Fitness Instructor 
  • Duties: Ensure participant safety. Design and implement safe and effective classes. Ability to teach step, toning, cardio box, cardio sculpt, abs, and low impact formats. Classes can be tailored to individual’s experience & ability. Instructors provide their own music and are expected to continue learning by attending other classes, workshops, etc.
  • Time: 2 - 3 classes/week
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months (if available)
  • Reports to: Fitness & Instructional Programs Coordinator
Personal Trainer
  • Duties: The Personal Trainer is primarily responsible for designing and creating safe and effective exercise programs for the campus wide community. Personal Training sessions are conducted within the policies and guidelines established by the Office of Recreational Sports. The Personal Trainer also provides instruction on proper exercise equipment use and techniques; and provides excellent customer service by continuously seeking client feedback, addressing questions or concerns and communicating clearly in a timely manner.
  • Time: Minimum of 2 clients/week
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months (if available)
  • Reports to: Fitness & Instructional Programs Coordinator
Tennis Instructor
  • Duties: Assist the lead instructor with skill development, running drills, and teaching game rules and strategy.
  • Qualifications: Previous competitive tennis experience at the high school, tournament, and/or club level.
  • Time: 1 hour/week
  • Dates: 12 weeks each semester
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Fitness & Fitness Facilities
  • Starting pay: $12/hour

Intramural Sports


Official
  • Duties: Officiate baseball, softball, flag football, basketball, hockey, and lacrosse.
  • Time: Changes depending on sport, season, and number of scheduled games
  • Dates: Sports are scheduled during the academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Intramural Sports
Intramural Sports Supervisor
  • Duties: Supervise Intramural events on site. Perform administrative duties including participant communications, data input, upkeep of team records, and standings.
  • Time: 10 - 15 hours/week
  • Dates: Academic year when school is in session
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Intramural Sports

Marketing & Special Events


Graphic Designer
  • Duties: Perform marketing and public relations tasks related to the promotion and branding of the department. Brainstorm and develop campaigns with RecSports staff and create messaging for materials to be utilized across a variety media avenues, from print to digital and social media. Develop graphics utilizing Adobe Creative Suite that appeal to the Notre Dame community in order to effectively promote RecSports’ mission.
  • Qualifications: Proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud software programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Preference given to candidates pursuing a major in Visual Communication Design.
  • Time: 10-15 hours/week
  • Starting pay: $8.73/hour
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months (if available)
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Administration: Assessment, Communications, & Staff Development
Marketing & Special Events Office Assistant
  • Duties: Research and recommend promotional items for purchase with input from the Notre Dame community. Maintain accurate and consistent inventory of all marketing supplies. Maintain and update bulletin boards throughout all RecSports facilities. Complete website updates to RecSports website as needed.  Assist with planning and implementation of special events. Additional office duties as assigned.
  • Qualifications: Ability to efficiently communicate and multi-task. Preference given to candidates pursuing a major in Marketing or Management & Organization. 
  • Time: 6-8 hours/week
  • Starting pay: $8.73/hour
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months (if available)
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Administration: Assessment, Communications, & Staff Development
Multimedia Specialist
  • Duties: Photograph and film various RecSports programs and services. Create short promotional videos that appeal to the Notre Dame demographic. Edit photos and videos upon completion of program or event. Maintain database for easy and accessible use of all photos and videos by marketing staff.
  • Qualifications: Comfortable with utilizing a camera and shooting video. Preference given to candidates pursuing a major in Studio Art with an emphasis in Photography or Film, Television, and Theatre majors. 
  • Time: 6-8 hours/week
  • Starting pay: $8.73/hour
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months (if available)
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Administration: Assessment, Communications, & Staff Development
Social Media Specialist
  • Duties: Create engaging content for RecSports’ various social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Develop a comprehensive social media content strategy semesterly that aims to reach the goals of the department. Brainstorm and implement new ideas and campaigns that seek to appeal to the Notre Dame community. Measure and analyze RecSports’ social media efforts and determine a strategy to successfully reach the department’s social media goals.
  • Qualifications: Demonstrate excellent writing and language skills. Knowledge of online marketing and good understanding of major marketing channels. Preference given to candidates pursuing a major in Marketing.
  • Time: 6-8 hours/week
  • Starting pay: $8.73/hour
  • Dates: Academic year when classes are in session and during summer months (if available)
  • Reports to: Assistant Director, Administration: Assessment, Communications, & Staff Development

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