Prepare for your future by joining one of the biggest teams on campus. Browse through our position descriptions to find the job that’s right for you. Then follow the steps of the hiring process to take advantage of the many employment opportunities Campus Recreation has to offer. While our hiring process is extensive, it is definitely worth it to ensure that we have the best team on campus. Campus Recreation is more than just a job, we also provide several opportunities for all student staff to grow personally and professionally through training both on the job and off the clock.
If you are interested in working for Starbucks at the Student Fitness Center, that area is operated by Campus Dining. Contact them for more information about their hiring process.
Campus Recreation hires student team members during the fall and spring semesters. The following steps must be completed to obtain a position with the department:
Both sessions will be held via ZOOM. We will be hiring the following positions: Adventure Specialist, Climbing Wall Supervisor, Adventure Trip Leader, Business Intern, BBC (Bowling and Billiards Center) Customer Service Associate, Competitive Sports Monitor, Intramural Sports Official, Facility Assistant, Lifeguard, Member Service Associate, Service Tech, Graphic Designer, Group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, Marketing Ambassador, and Marketing Assistant.
The information below is a complete list of the necessary documents that new student team members will need to provide once hired. Additional information will be provided by an immediate supervisor at the time of hire.
All offers of employment are contingent upon proof of eligibility for employment in the United States by completing the Employment Eligibility Verification Form (I-9). The Immigration and Control Act of 1986, Public Law 99-603, requires all new employees to file an I-9 in person. Failure to comply with this law will result in the cancellation of your offer for employment.
International Students, please check with International Studies regarding your work status.
Please refer to the FORM I-9 for the complete list of acceptable documents and instructions.
As original documents are requested, please begin gathering the necessary documents NOW in order to have them available when an offer is extended.
While we are not allowed to ask for specific documents, we do offer a few examples of common documents used to fulfill the requirements. Again, please refer to the FORM I-9 for the complete list of acceptable documents and instructions.
Some acceptable documents are:
Please refer to the appropriate forms on the Illinois State University Payroll website for information about how to complete your Federal W-4 and IL W-4. You may download and bring the completed forms to the HR Orientation; however, W-4 cards will be supplied and assistance will also be provided on-site.
All Student Team Members are requested to take advantage of direct deposit. It's as easy as 1... 2... 3!
**Please note if you are using a non-ISU network, VPN must be utilized to gain access. To install VPN capability, call IT Help at (309) 438-4357. You can also use any campus computer.