The University of South Florida is currently searching for qualified candidates to fill the following five vacancies for the 2018-19 academic school year:
Adventure and Team Building Programs
Adventure and Team Building Programs
Contact Jason Gosch - email@example.com
Develop connections and programming opportunities with USF student organizations, USF departments, and general community for the challenge course and adventure trips including but not limited to attending and leading workshops at student retreats and department events.
Implementing marketing strategies in conjunction with marketing team, including creating flyers and social media posts, creating outdoor rec promo items, and other tasks as assigned.
Assisting with management of the challenge course, including but not limited to: check voice mail, return calls, check email accounts and return messages, manage calendar, schedule groups, process paperwork (including ropes record, waivers, invoices, payments), find staff for events, alert coordinator to any issues or concerns with course or groups.
Facilitate challenge course events as needed.
Supervise challenge course staff.
Provide feedback to challenge course staff based on program evaluation feedback from clients.
Assist with trainings for new challenge course staff and continued trainings for senior staff.
Assist with trainings for trip program including week-long training trip in January.
Attend adventure trips and evaluate trip leaders.
Provide feedback to trip staff based on program evaluation feedback from clients.
Contact Erika Smith - firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist with the recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, and evaluation of Facility Student Supervisors and Facility Student Staff.
Provide and promote personal and professional development of student supervisors and student staff.
Assist in scheduling and managing the student supervisors and student staff schedule.
Attend Campus Recreation GA orientation, bi-weekly Campus Recreation staff meetings and other department wide events.
Develop content and assist in leading monthly facility supervisor and staff meetings, and all facilities staff training
Maintain daily office hours and willingness to work some nights and weekends.
Assist in day to day operations of the facilities, which includes maintaining cleanliness of the facility, implementing department and facility policies, and ensuring the safety and security of the Campus Recreation Center.
Supervise the Facility Program Assistant(s) to maintain the equipment room, and keep student employee records such as safety audits, additional required training's, and the incentive program.
Assist with other duties as assigned by the Assistant Director and Coordinator of Facilities.
Contact A'Naja Newsome - email@example.com
Responsible for the development, administration, and marketing of the personal training program including new client registrations, renewals, customer satisfaction, and program assessment.
Provide daily supervision and conduct regular meetings for personal trainers and fitness coaches.
Assist with the recruitment, training, and evaluation of personal trainers, group fitness instructors, fitness coaches, and fitness staff
Develop, implement, and market fitness events and educational workshops
Complete monthly reports for personal training program; weekly audits for fitness operations.
Assist the fitness coordinator in preparing and teaching group fitness instructor training course each spring semester.
Assist with the planning and implementation of annual special events such as NIRSA week and Bullsfitsgiving.
Be proficient in all emergency procedures as well as building policies, specifically general fitness and group fitness policies.
Establish relationships with vendors to support the on-going duties of equipment maintenance and replacement.
Assist with the development and delivery of the fitness programs annual report
Collaborate, as needed, with other campus recreation programs, student affairs departments, and USF partners to deliver programs and services.
Maintain 1 – 2 active personal training clients.
Maintain weekly office hours and reserve flexibility to work some nights and weekends as programs dictate.
Attend biweekly campus recreation staff meetings.
Additional duties as assigned.
Contact Dan Renfro - firstname.lastname@example.org
Recruit, hire, train, supervise, evaluate, and certify attendance and leave of up to 150 student workers, including supervisors and officials
Develop, plan, and administer up to 40 intramural sports and events through IMLeagues
Create, organize, and assess an evaluation model that includes online feedback forms and video evaluations for student supervisors and officials
Other responsibilities include; maintaining weekly office hours, attending program and departmental staff meetings, assisting in the development of student staff at game sites; and serving as the liaison between student and professional staff
Participate and take lead on professional development opportunities, including: involvement with regional tournaments, attendance at regional and/or national conferences, and aiding the student staff in organizing travel through the student official’s association to attend similar events.
Preferred candidates will have work experience within an Intramural or Competitive Sports program and should have a valid driver’s license
Contact Kris Newsome - email@example.com
Recruit, hire, train, supervise, evaluate, and certify attendance and leave of up to 10 student supervisors
Foster student, club, and program growth, including:
Designing, implementing, and evaluating club officer training sessions for up to 300 officers
Assisting clubs with pre-travel payments
Scheduling club practices and events for up to 45 clubs
Creating opportunities for cross-club interaction
Overseeing the marketing of the sport club program
Create, revise, implement, and enforce all policies and procedures of the Sport Clubs Program and the Sport Clubs Council
Assist in administrative processes, such as equipment inventory, daily paperwork, databases, etc.
Aid in the functioning of the student-run Sport Clubs Council, including attending meetings, assisting in the annual and interim budget processes, and assisting in event planning
Participate and take lead on professional development opportunities, including: serving on department and university committees, attending regional and/or national conferences, seminars, and workshops, volunteering at extramural or sport club tournaments, etc.
Preferred candidates will have work experience within a Club or Competitive Sports program and should have a valid driver’s license
Please send a letter of interest, resume, and list of references via e-mail to the contact for each position. Applications must include GRE score and current undergraduate GPA or will be considered incomplete. Applications submitted through Bluefish will not be accepted.
The priority deadline for applications is November 27, positions will remain open until filled.
Graduate Assistants are paid based on the 12 month graduate assistant contract as negotiated by the Graduate Student Union. The position includes a tuition waiver, $14,737 stipend, and optional health insurance through the university. An additional pro-rated 9 month appointment based on academic and work performance is included for the second year of the assistantship is expected.
The University of South Florida is one of America’s leading national research institutions and the ninth largest university in the nation. We currently have approximately 47,000 students with campuses at Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Sarasota-Manatee. USF employs over 7,600 faculty and staff. The University supports student success and achievement at all levels. Student Affairs supports student learn...ing and development through diverse programs, services, and activities that enhance the student’s out of classroom experience.
The Campus Recreation department provides opportunities for USF students, faculty and staff to participate in a wide variety of recreational pursuits. Campus Recreation is a department within Student Affairs. The department has 28 full time employees and 400+ part time employees. The budget for Campus Recreation is just under $3 million and the Campus Recreation Center alone has over 1,000,000 visitors per year.
The University of South Florida is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Equal Access Institution and welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, identities, experiences, and perspectives who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.