The Department of Campus Recreation and Unions comprises more than 60 career staff and more than 800 student employees and volunteers who invest their energy and creativity into inspiring others to maintain balanced lifestyles through recreation and leisure activiites. The department is a student-focused organization, placing an emphasis on student development and leadership opportunities. Find out how you can get involved at Intramural Sports by calling 530-752-1730. For a comprehensive list of student employment and volunteer opportunities with Campus Recreation and Unions, click here. Check Aggie Job Link for current openings.
Maintenance workers are responsible for the upkeep and fixing of equipment for Campus Recreation and Unions, specifically for the ARC and Competitive Sports. Working for maintenance is an entry-level job that is critical to the smooth operation of the recreation departments.
Recorders are part of the Competitive Sports division of Campus Recreation and Unions. They are responsible for most of the administrative paperwork and documentation for Sport Clubs and input all Intramural Sports information into the department database. This is an entry-level position that is necessary for Competitive Sports to function.
Intramural (IM) Sports Official (Referee)
IM Sports officials are responsible for the set up and take down of intramural fields and courts. They enforce the rules of the game and maintain a safe and fun environment for students and community members to enjoy sports. They are the first impression of intramurals for many participants and thus are held to a high standard in regards to professionalism. This is an entry-level job that, based on performance, can lead to opportunities for promotion.
Competitive Sports Supervisor
Supervisors are present at every Sport Club practice, game, tournament and home event as well as all intramural games. They are responsible for ensuring that all Sport Club participants have filled out the proper forms before practicing and for supervising/managing the IM officials during IM shifts. Supervisors are also responsible for risk management and act as first responders in the event of an injury.
Competitive Sports Manager
In addition to all the duties of a supervisor, managers are the liason between their assigned sport clubs and the Sport Club office and assist the teams in ensuring that everything that needs to be done to function as a legitimate club, gets done. On the intramural sports side, managers are responsible for the training, hiring and scheduling of IM officials.