• Campus Recreation


    Join the Campus Rec Team!

    Campus Recreation offers multiple part-time employment opportunities for students who want to work in a fast-paced, fun, and rewarding environment. Student employees gain valuable, life-long experience and play a vital role in the success of all recreational programs.

    Open Positions

    Positions for fall 2014 will be posted in August 1st


    1. View the job description(s) by clicking on the open position titles above.
    2. Complete and submit the online Campus Recreation Application Form (Hamline login required) by the stated deadline.
    3. Submit additional forms or documents for the position as indicated on the application.
    4. For questions or to follow up on your application contact Lamar Shingles, Director of Campus Recreation.  

    Job Descriptions

    Intramural Sports Officials
    Entry-level positions that play a valuable role in the management of the IM program. This position is for students who are interested in the 'on-court' game management aspect of IM activities and may appeal students who may not be eligible to play particular sports due to varsity status, but still want to be involved.

    Intramural Sports Supervisor
    Intramural Supervisors play a valuable leadership role in the management of the IM program. This leadership position appeals to students who are interested in operational management of IM activities. Supervisors are given significant responsibility so previous experience in intramural sports is required.

    Recreation Desk Staff
    The recreation desk staff are essential to providing services and information related the Campus Recreation program. The desk operates during the day and into the evening during the week, which is a great opportunity for students with flexible schedules.

    Marketing Assistants
    Marketing Assistants play a vital role in the overall promotional objectives of recreational programs. Creative and innovative students in this position have the opportunity to work with print publications, digital photography and video, graphic design, social media, and other projects, to promote recreational activities.

    Student Coordinators
    Student Coordinators are the highest level student leadership positions in Campus Recreation. These positions assist in the development, administration, and operation of all areas within the recreation program and provide students with the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on learning experience and build transferable skills. Coordinator positions are offered in the areas of Intramurals, Marketing, and Special Events and will generally hired through the annual Student Leadership Selection Process during the spring semester.