Intramural Activities consist of over a 100 student officials for a variety of sports such as soccer, softball, baseball, flag football, basketball,volleyball, etc. Locations vary from indoor to outdoor facilities. Intramural Activities offer a wide variety of structured fitness activities offering team sports and individual events. Officials in each sport go through a paid training program. Training occurs over a one week period before play begins and includes classroom and on-site training.
Entry Level Positions
- Provide a positive attitude toward workers and participants.
- Have knowledge of rules and regulations.
- Attend clinics and meetings.
- Officiate intramural sport events such as basketball, football, broomball, in-line hockey, soccer, softball, and volleyball to the best of your ability.
- Officials are encouraged to officiate at least 3 sports during a year; specifically 1 each season.
- Ensure team rosters are complete and participants are properly registered.
- Record all game data, keep game scores and provide technical support to the IM staff.
- This position is a federal work study only position and requires proof of federal work study eligibility with application.
- Position responsibilities consist of supervising the outdoor field areas, addressing the needs and concerns of patrons, and assisting with any necessary set-up for reservations.
- The field assistants are responsible for identifying and addressing any hazards in order to maintain a safe playing environment.
- These staff also have the opportunity to cross train as Late Night Dance Staff.
Intramural Sports Supervisor
- Requires experience as a Campus Recreation Intramural Official before applying for the position.
- Manages and assists in supervising nightly intramural activities.
- Often oversees multiple courts/fields.
- Assists the Intramurals Manager in ensuring that games start on time and any in game disputes are handled amicably.
- Provide direct feedback to game officials on how they can improve.
- The intramural supervisor position is a stepping stone to reach the Intramurals Manager position.
- Requires experience as Campus Recreation Staff Assistant or Intramural Official before applying for position.
- The Program Assistant oversees the efficient operation of the IM office.
- Record and update data, disseminate information to the intramural sports participants and provide technical support to the IM staff.
- Program Assistants are the Intramurals daily connection to participants.