Our student employees’ professional development is one of our highest priorities. We commit to the development of our staff by offering challenging jobs, with meaningful leadership experiences and purposeful on-going training. Our student staffing structure is such that if a student has the desire and drive, he or she can move through the ranks to a position of high responsibility and leadership within a four-year span. We also pride ourselves on offering a fun and friendly team-centered environment, with family-like camaraderie. UMaine’s Department of Campus Recreation is the best of both worlds… great work experience and a whole lot of fun too!
All applicants must submit these 3 items in order to be considered:
- Cover Letter
- Completed Application
- Marketing & New Media Assistant applicants must also submit samples of their design, writing, video, and/or social media work.
If you need help with any of these, contact the Career Center.
Please submit your complete application packet directly to the appropriate staff member listed below.
Entry-Level Student Job List
- Maintenance Assistant
- Youth Camp Counselor
- Group Exercise Instructor
- Personal Trainer
- Swim Instructor
- New Media Assistant
- Marketing Assistant
- Database Admin Assistant
- Intramural Official
- Maine Bound Adventure Center Staff
AFTER YOU ARE HIRED:
Online Employment/Training Resources
These instructions are written with the assumption that you are a returning student employee. If you have not worked for UMaine before, you’ll have to fill out a W-4ME, W-4, I-9, and Direct Deposit forms. Please visit the Student Employment website for more information. Especially take note of what forms of ID you will need to bring with you.
Step 1: Fill out Work Authorization Form and Return to Supervisor
If you are a NON-WorkStudy student employee, then contact your supervisor (listed below) for your work authorization form.
If you ARE a WorkStudy student employee, then you need to get your form from the Office of Student Employment yourself.
Operations – Eric Swett, Operations Coordinator
– Front Desk / Maintenance Staff
– Building Managers
Fitness – Caitlin Caserta, Assistant Director for Fitness
– Personal Trainers
– Instructors for Group Exercise and Instructional Classes
Aquatics – Adrianna Del Amo, Coordinator for Fitness and Aquatics
– Swim Instructors
Sport Clubs – Dale Russell, Coordinator for Sport Clubs and Youth Programs
-Youth Camp Counselor
Intramurals – Thad Dwyer, Assistant Director for Intramurals
– Intramural Assistants and Supervisors
– Intramural Officials
Maine Bound – Lisa Carter, Assistant Director for Maine Bound Adventure Center
– Front Desk / Climbing Wall Staff
– Instructors / Trip Leaders
Marketing/Membership – Sharon Kenney, Assistant Director for Marketing/Membership
– Marketing / New Media Assistants
– Database Admin Assistant
Step 2: Complete all online training modules and Email to Supervisor
Click here for instructions.
Step 3: CPR / First Aid / AED (for Adult/Child/Infant) Certification
Make sure your CPR / First Aid / AED training is up to date. If your training was done here at Campus Recreation, it is good for two years. We have several CPR/First Aid training sessions each Semester; the cost is $30 for our employees. You must register AND PAY in advance. Stop at the front desk or call 207-581-1082 for dates and times.
Step 4: Attend Staff Training
A mandatory “All-Staff” Training is usually held on the Sunday before each Semester of classes begins (Fall and Spring); ask your supervisor for exact date/time. Area-Specific training is scheduled by each supervisor, so check with him/her for more information about that as well.