As an employee of Stanford University’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education, Recreation, and Wellness you represent both Stanford Athletics and the University. We interact daily with university faculty, staff, students, and alumni; as well as with the local community. As Cardinal Rec employees we strive to create a welcoming and safe environment at our facilities.
Aquatics // Facilities // Fitness // Intramural Sports // Outdoor Education
Ensure the safety of patrons of the facility by preventing and responding to emergencies. Lifeguard Rec swim, club groups, classes, and events. Set up and tear down pools and perform pool and facility cleaning and maintenance. Perform other duties as assigned by management. Open and close facility when needed.
This position requires working weekends, evenings and holidays.
Current certifications of American Red Cross Lifeguard Training, First Aid, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer.
Pay Rate: $14.60 per hour
Work Hours: Students may work 5-20 hrs/wk during the quarter and up to 40 hours per week during the academic breaks.
For more information or to apply, please contact Stephanie Collier, Aquatics Operations and Safety Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, (650) 736-3437
Please download the employment application here and submit it with your resume when applying
Provide swimming instruction (group and private) to adults of all levels and abilities. Teach swimming fundamentals, stroke mechanics, and basic water safety.
Previous experience teaching adults to swim. American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuer certification required. American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor and Lifeguarding/First Aid certifications preferred.
Pay Rate: $25 per hour
For Front Desk, Fitness Center and Facility jobs, please fill out the application here and return it to the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Rec front desk located at 341 Galvez Street. You can also email the application to cardinalrec at stanford dot edu. Please be sure to include your email address on the application.
Arrillaga Rec Center at SLAC
Stanford University’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation has an opening for a part-time facility attendant, available immediately. This position will monitor activity in the Arrillaga Recreation Center at SLAC, as well as be involved in supervising recreational activities within the facility.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a background and interest in fitness. Those with experience in fitness instruction, personal training, customer service, and facility management are preferred. This is a non-benefited casual position. Work hours will vary between 6am and 7pm, Monday – Friday. Applicants can expect to work 10-20 hours per week. Please attach a cover letter and resume to be viewed by the hiring committee.
Fitness Center Supervisor
The Stanford University’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation has an opening for a part-time fitness center supervisors, available immediately. This position will monitor the fitness center areas in the ACSR, AOERC, and Tresidder.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a background and interest in fitness and customer service. The ideal candidate would be someone who has great interpersonal skills, self-motivated, organized, able to clean and take initiative, and lift up to 45 lbs (at times). This is a non-benefited casual position. Work hours will vary, please reference job description here. Applicants can expect to work 10-20 hours per week.
The success of our program is a direct result of student involvement. All men and women are encouraged to participate, not only at the competitive level, but also as staff members. Students are the front line employees of the Intramural Sports program. As such, the Intramural Sports program hires students to fill roles as scorekeepers, officials, and supervisors throughout the year. All employment opportunities within Intramural Sports are listed below.
Start at $13.50/hour
Title: Sport Official
Reports To: Sport Supervisor
Shift Times: Depending on the sport/season, games are scheduled anywhere between
4 p.m. – 11 p.m. Monday – Friday; and between 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Officials are also called upon to staff Tournaments.
The Intramural Sports Official shall, to the best of his/her ability, officiate and /or keep accurate records and score of those contests sponsored by the Intramural Sports program, in accordance with the rules of the sport and program regulations. The official is charged with the responsibility of maintaining orderly conduct, an environment that promotes safety and fairness, on the court or field to which he/she is assigned, and will perform other duties as assigned.
• We are looking for responsible sports enthusiasts who enjoy working in a flexible, fun, and social atmosphere
• We offer the opportunity to acquire transferable leadership and management skills in an environment that provides room for advancement
• Basketball Officials start at $13.50/hour and are needed on Mon-Thurs from 7-11 p.m. and Sundays from 4-11 p.m.
• Potential officials must attend an in classroom clinic and an on site/on the fields clinic
Download the application here.
Claire Davis – Assistant Coordinator of Competitive Recreational Sports
Title: Sport Supervisor
Reports To: Student Director(s) and Coordinator of Intramural Sports
Shift Times: Depending on the sport/season, games are scheduled anywhere between 3:15p.m. – 10 p.m. Monday – Thursday; and between 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Supervisors are also called upon to staff Special Events.
Student must have effective verbal and written communication skills
Flexible work schedule to meet program needs
Worked in the IM program for at least one full quarter
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Ability
Prefer to hire students who have strong knowledge of Intramural Sports
Experience working with customer service industry and knowledge of officiating
The Intramural Sports Supervisor reports to the Student Director(s) and Coordinator of Intramurals and shall assist with the supervision, administration, operation, and delivery of the Intramural Sports Program.
Download the application here.
For more information, please contact Travis Jew – Coordinator of Intramural Sports
The Stanford Outdoor Education Outdoor Center provides a space for Stanford students, faculty, staff, and other affiliates to address their questions, gear needs, and registrations for outdoor pursuits around Stanford University. Outdoor Center staff allows the Stanford community access to outdoor recreation information, trip and course registration, community use space, gear rental, and providing information on backcountry travel.
Stanford Outdoor Education is currently hiring for the following positions:
Trip Facilitation Manager
Trip Approval Manager
Outdoor Center Staff
Climbing Wall Floor Supervisor