The Informal Sports Program makes university sport facilities available whenever they are not being used for instructional purposes, athletic events, or structured recreational sport programs. The Informal Sports Program is designed so participants may use the facilities at their convenience for casual, self-directed competition, or relaxing activities. Our facilities are open 362 days out of the year (closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day) and facility schedules are published each semester. In order to accommodate a large number of participants, we also reserve courts for racquetball, squash, wallyball and volleyball.
Informal Sports Supervisor
General Information: The Informal Sports Supervisor is responsible for monitoring and supervising the Recreational Sports facilities (SRSC, HPER, North Fee Lane Fields) and participants during open recreational hours. Supervisors are expected to have a general knowledge of all division programs and activities and to be able to provide quality customer service, supervision, and emergency care as needed.
Qualifications: Excellent customer service and communication skills are required. The ability to manage stressful situations in a professional and courteous manner is necessary at all times. The ability to interact well with large groups and to make proper decisions related to security and safety is required. All Supervisors must be certified in American Red Cross CPR, Standard First Aid, and Prevention of Disease Transmission.