Intramural jobs are some of the best jobs on campus. With flexible hours, a great work environment, ability to work outside, travel opportunities, advancement opportunities and pay rate that is better than most work study jobs, working for Intramural Sports truly is the best job on campus.
The Intramural Sports Program is currently hiring students to be game officials and game managers. No prior experience is necessary, all training is included prior to working. See Job Descriptions Below:
Enforces appropriate rules and regulations for each specific sport or event, conducts contest in a professional manner, maintains professional attitude and appearance with employees, participants and spectators, works positively with other assigned Intramural Sports personnel, and maintains a safe environment for all participants. No experience necessary, training is provided. Evening and weekend hours required.
- Interest in sports
- Good decision making, organizational and interpersonal skills
- Knowledge of rules or a willingness to learn
- Assist in the coordination of events on game day
- Assist with set up and take down of all equipment for the day’s events
- Assist in insuring a safe environment for participants
- Learn, apply, and enforce intramural sport rules.
- Enforce rules and policies of the CMS Recreational Sports Program
- Conduct pre-game captains’ meetings and communicate accordingly to all participants
- Control any disruptions occurring while games are in progress.
- Assess risk prior to games beginning
- Maintain a professional disposition and appearance when dealing with participants and employees
- Start all games on time when applicable
- Review all score sheets, game stats and sportsmanship ratings prior to submission
- Complete and submit necessary forms before the shift is over
Oversees all nightly and weekend intramural activities at all
designated facilities, assists the Director of Recreational Sports
in administering and implementing the program. This may
include: office hours, coordinate programming as assigned, mediate
participant disputes, assist in training of sports officials,
monitor risk, act as first responder for all emergency situations
including but not limited to CPR and First Aid, review all daily
reports and forms after each is completed, and collaborate with
employees to insure safe and fun environment for participants. The
Supervisor will manage all sports with the assistance of officials
and provide necessary information to employees and
participants. Previous Intramural experience necessary, job
specific training is provided. Evening and weekend hours
- One year of intramural official or game manager experience
- Good knowledge of intramural rules and policies
- Current First Aid/CPR/AED certifications
- Good interpersonal and organizational skills
- Frequently supervise and evaluate officials and general managers
- Coordinate the set up and take down of all events
- Arrive in Clubhouse 45 minutes prior to shift to gather necessary materials for the day’s events and coordinate equipment set up on site.
- Act as First Responder to all emergency situations including but not limited to CPR and First Aid administration
- Insure safe environment for participants and employees
- Act as a resource for participants and employees during programs
- Complete and submit necessary paperwork at the end of each shift
- Assist in training officials and general managers
- Act professionally when dealing with employee and participant conflict
- Enforce all CMS Recreational Sports policies and procedures
- Attend all meetings and trainings
- Officiate when necessary
Under supervision of the Director of Recreational Sports, the Building Supervisor performs general supervision, security, maintenance, and safety responsibilities for the building. Ensure that patrons observe all applicable policies and rules.
- Assist in the training, supervision, and evaluation of other General Assistance personnel assigned to the building operation. Such personnel may include Fitness Room Supervisors, Weight Room Supervisors, and others as necessary. Possess knowledge of their responsibilities and assign coverage to meet building/program/patron needs.
- Open and close the facility each day of operation during the posted hours.
- Inspect all facilities and equipment for health or safety hazards. Maintain daily inspection logs for equipment, restrooms, and activity areas. Check for appropriate custodial service to all building activity areas and restrooms. Report all maintenance and custodial problems to the CMS Athletics Department. Place equipment and/or activity areas out of service when necessary. Ensure that each activity area is properly set up to accommodate scheduled activity. Ensure that all equipment is properly taken down and stored after use.
- Supervise all activity areas within the facility, Including but not limited to:
- Perform “rounds” of the facility: checking doors, alarms and locks, enforcing building policy, and noting and reporting areas of damage or possible problems in the facility.
- Ensure that injured patrons are attended to and reported on per established procedures. Provide first aid care and basic life support when needed. Maintain current certification in first aid and adult CPR/ AED. Act as primary contact person with emergency medical service personnel.
- Provide supervision in and report on all behavioral control incidents. Act as the primary contact person with campus safety.
- Assume primary responsibility for all building evacuations.
- Arbitrate disagreements between individuals or groups.
- Prepare reports concerning activity which has occurred during the shift. Reports may include event evaluation; behavior problems; personnel problems; deficiencies in building maintenance, cleanliness, or security; or any unusual occurrences during the shift.
- Receive and distribute deliveries from on campus agencies and off campus vendors.
- Perform other duties as assigned by Director of Recreational Sports.