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Entry-level position within Intramural Sports. Part of officiating crew for various team sports -- flag football, volleyball, kickball, basketball, rec soccer, softball, and/or dodgeball. Employee selects which sports he/she wishes to officiate. Scorekeeping may also be required. No prior experience necessary. Training sessions provided. Hiring occurs approximately 2 weeks prior to the start of each team sport season. Link to our clinic dates for details. Interested students must attend appropriate training sessions and complete rules exams & on-field/on-court evaluations before being hired. Varied hours, typically evenings and late nights.
Wage: From $7.75 per hour.
This is an entry-level position in which staff coordinates the proper registration of each participant at the game site and the signing of the release waiver by each participant. Verifies each participant’s identity with his/her FSUCard. Federal work-study students eligible. Hiring occurs at the beginning of each semester. Varied hours, typically evenings and late nights.
Wage: From $7.67 per hour.
Facility Maintenance Crew Member
In this entry-level position, employees assist with the maintenance of outdoor Intramural Sports facilities. Duties include lining of fields, dragging and chalking of infields, and other basic groundskeeping at the Rec SportsPlex and Main Campus Fields.
Approximately 7 hours weekly, typically afternoons.
Wage: From $8.25 per hour.
Senior Sports Official
The Senior Sports Official shows dedication to the success of the Intramural Sports Program through their role as sports official with exemplary rules knowledge and work ethic, and a willingness to improve the entire officiating staff. Current IM sports officials qualify for promotion to Senior Official status when they have (1) worked at least 12 shifts in 3 different major sports or the same IM sport for 2 consecutive years, (2) been assigned to at least one championship All-Campus game/match and (3) exhibit a higher level of dedication, rules knowledge, and work ethic than his/her peers.
Wage: $8.00-$8.25 per hour.
The IM Facility Supervisor is a leader within the Intramural Sports Program who shows a high level of commitment to its success. A Facility Supervisor makes decisions regarding operation of Intramural Sports facilities with a focus on the safety of all employees, players and spectators who may be participating or attending activities. Facility Supervisors are charged with opening and closing facilities, assisting with set-up of playing areas, educating participants and spectators of facility policies and procedures, and enforing such policies and procedures when necessary.Good attitude and customer service skills are also essential. American Red Cross CPR, First Aid, and AED training required. Hiring occurs at the end of each semester. Varied hours, typically evenings and late nights. Weekend afternoon hours also possible. 15-20 per week.
Wage: $8.50-$8.75 per hour.
The IM Sport Supervisor is a leader within the Intramural Sports Program who shows a high level of commitment to its success. A supervisor has the authority to make decisions regarding the safety and well being of all employees, players, and spectators who may be participating within the program. Supervisors shall always be approachable and dedicated to providing participants with the most enjoyable experience possible. Among the general responsibilities are supervising student officials and participants at game sites, tending to injured participants, settling on-field and on-court rule protests when possible, and obtaining feedback from players & spectators regarding their participation in the program. 15-20 hours per week. Current American Red Cross CPR and First Aid certification is required. Good attitude and customer service skills are also essential. Officiating background a bonus. Candidates typically identified among current intramural sports officials. Hiring occurs at the end of each semester. Varied hours, usually evenings and late nights.
Wage: $8.75-$9.00 per hour.
The Officials Evaluator is a member of the IM Sport Supervisor Team who demonstrates a specific committment to improving the skills of student sports officiating staff. The Officials Evaluator provides feedback to officials at scheduled events and coorindates with the administrative staff regarding the scheduling of staff members to particular games or events. Current supervisors may become an Officials Evaluator through internal promotion. Varied hours, usually evenings and late nights.
Wage: $8.75-$9.00 per hour.
Student Leadership Team Member
A Student Leadership Team member is also a member of the supervisor staff who has shown leadership and dedication to the Intramural Sports program and the department. Mentoring fellow staff members through demonstration and teaching are the main goals of this position in addition to the regular duties of a Sport Supervisor. Student Leadership Team members also serve as leaders within sport committees with the responsibility of coordinating major sports leagues and events during the year. Current supervisors may attain membership on the Student Leadership Team through invitation by the IM professional staff. OPS position, 15-20 hours per week, current American Red Cross CPR and First Aid certification required. Varied hours, usually evenings and late nights.
Wage: From $9.00 per hour.
The Graduate Assistant for Intramural Sports assists in the hiring, training, scheduling, and evaluating of student sports officials, scorekeepers, and sign-in staff for all IM sports and activities. The GA also assists the IM Director and Assistant Director with the coordinating and scheduling of IM activities and special events. Other responsibilities include assisting with sport registration, team captain meetings and playoff draw meetings; attending weekly program and departmental staff meetings; assisting the professional staff in the training, scheduling, and evaluating of student site supervisors; serving as a liaison between student and professional staff; overseeing payroll entry for student staff; reviewing participant eligibility; assisting in the maintenance of the program web site; and preparing and distributing marketing materials to inform the student body of upcoming activities.
OPS position, 20+ hours per week. Hours typically daytime with occasional coverage of evening activities and major events.
Wage: Includes annual stipend and tuition waiver.
Applications accepted beginning January 17, 2012 for 2011-12 academic year.
Additional details including position specifics and contact information available online (PDF).
Call the Intramural Sports Staff at 850.644.2430 for more information.