Employment

The Recreational Sports Department provides training to USF students interested in working various utility positions at the Koret Health and Recreation Center. Utility positions include Workout Floor Attendant, Check-In Desk Attendant, IM Scorekeeper, Social Media Ambassador, Special Event Staff, Trip Leader and Front Desk Attendant. Must be available to work a minimum of 6 hours per week, and commit to a consistent weekly schedule for the duration of the semester. During the school year the facility is open weekdays (6am-10pm) and weekends (8am-8pm). We are currently fully staffed for all utility positions for fall, however you are welcome to add your availability to the Fall/Winter Recruitment Wait List (we will contact you if a position becomes available that matches your interest and availability).

Fall/Winter Wait List 

The Recreational Sports Department is currently seeking certified lifeguards to fill various shifts at the Koret Health and Recreation Center. The Koret pool is open weekdays (6am-9pm) and weekends (8am-6pm). If you have previously worked as a lifeguard, but your certification has expired, please contact usfaquatics@gmail.com to learn about upcoming lifeguard certification courses hosted in the Koret pool. 

USF Students apply here, Non-students apply here

The Rec Sports Department is currently seeking a head coach for the following club sport teams:

Boxing (T-F @ 6-7:30pm)

Swim (T/Th @ 7:15-8:30pm)

Tennis (Varies)

Volleyball-Men's (T/Th @ 7:30-9:30pm)

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We are seeking certified personal trainers, who are ready to motivate, inspire, and coach clients to achieve their self-care, health and wellness goals. We are also seeking qualified instructors to teach group fitness classes including (but not limited to) Zumba, total body conditioning, boxing conditioning, interval training, HIIT, strength training, TRX, indoor cycling, dance, yoga and Pilates Mat. Apply Today!

The Department of Recreational Sports also offers a Mentorship Program (starting in September) for individuals who are interested in preparing for a career in fitness and recreation. For more information on the Mentorship Program, contact Melissa Valdez (Fitness Coordinator) at mgvaldez@usfca.edu

 

FAQ

If you have never worked on-campus at USF, please review the Student Employment New Hire Checklist to find the process for completing an I9 form (IMPORTANT: If you are offered a position, this will need to be completed prior to your first day of training). 

If you are an international student, please review the International Student Employment Checklist to learn about the 3 step process to obtain employment and receive payments in accordance with University federal requirements.