Recreation Supervisors oversee the Fitness Center, Gymnasium, Pool, Recreation Equipment Issue, Racket Courts, MP Studio and Office as well as student staff in the absence of administration or graduate assistants. They are responsible for monitoring the facility and all on going activities. Recreation Supervisors handle the opening and closing procedures. They are to communicate all questions and problems in writing that arise to the Director or Assistant Directors.
Campus Recreation Staff are the face of our department and are expected to greet all patrons who walk into the facility, answer phone calls and direct patrons to their desired location, be knowledgeable about programs/activities, and the facility, direct patrons on how to use the ID swipe system. These staff members follow a rotation around the facility during each shift working in the Fitness Center, Woodruff Control Desk, Atrium Desk, and Equipment Room. Responsibilities vary from station to station but staff are required to be visible and active employees enforcing policies and procedures, as well as helping with cleanliness and maintenance of the facility.
Office Assistants act as the front line of reception to all visitors and phone calls to the office, help with membership and locker registration, and assist people with any question they may have about Campus Recreation to the best of their ability.
Intramural Supervisors are required to have a working knowledge of all the game rules, and be able to finalize game calls and help the officials enforce the rules. They supervise the scorekeepers and officials and ensure safety of all intramural players and staff.
Intramural Officials will be trained by Campus Recreation to ensure they maintain a working knowledge of all game rules, make appropriate game calls and enforce league rules. They will help the Intramural Supervisors sign players in, check eligibility, maintain waivers, keep time and statistics during the game They must also assist in pre-game set-up and post-game clean up.
Lifeguards will work in teams of two to enforce rules, perform water chemical tests, and provide general pool supervision of open recreational classes and lessons. This position requires a Nassau County Lifeguard Certification and current CPR for the Professional Rescuer.
Group Fitness helpers will be in charge of the class registration and sign-in process; they will participate in the classes, and will assist the instructors. Our ultimate goal is for the helpers to become certified as instructors.
Lead group fitness classes according to specialty. Some experience required, certification preferred.