Student Employment Opportunities

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For more information about  the following positions, please contact:

Hermene Westmoreland
Fitness Coordinator
Phone: (336) 285-4230
Email: hmwestmoreland@ncat.edu

Employment Requirements:

  • Student must have and maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 or greater

  • Student must have an attempted hour/earned hour completion rate of 80 percent:  Unless the student is a double major or a transfer student, he/she should not have attempted more than 126 hours

  • Student must be enrolled full-time (undergrad-12hrs, graduate-9hrs) in the current session to be eligible for employment. (For summer sessions, if not enrolled in a summer session you must be registered for the upcoming fall semester).

  • Student must have a good judicial standing as determined by  the University Student Conduct Office

  • Student must submit a current academic schedule 

  • Student must complete an application for employment (only applications that have been typed and signed will be accepted)

  • Student must submit an unofficial transcript with application

  • Student must submit a typed resume

Campus Recreation Attendant: Assists in the operations of the Campus Recreation Center. Open and close facility, check-in participants by collecting university Aggie One card, maintain a safe and clean environment, maintain attendance reports, complete incident reports, supervise program & facility, administer first aide if needed.            

Campus Recreation Field Experience: Provide assistance with Health, Performance and Leisure Studies to provide students with experience in their related field as it relates to their academic studies. 

Floor Trainers and Fitness Instructors:  Assist within the Campus Recreation Center to provide an aerobics or related fitness training program that meets the diverse needs of the campus community. Facilitate patrons in a form of program that benefits the health and well-being of the campus community.  

Graduate Assistant: Responsible for managing the Campus Recreation Center during the evening hours and on weekends when the full-time staff is off duty. It is imperative that the graduate assistant supervisor to be familiar with the building, its equipment, policies, programs and services and the day-to-day schedule of events. This position requires knowledge of the University.

The role of the graduate assistant will report to the evening/weekend supervisor and will encompass that of a meeting facilitator, problem solver, interpreter of policies and a liaison of student staff. This position has significant supervisory responsibilities, and will delegate tasks to a wide range of staff in the Campus Recreation Center.