Student Employment Opportunities

Campus Recreation Center

Register and apply for these positions using AggieLink.

For additional employee information, please review the Student Employee Handbook.

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-12 hrs, graduate-9 hrs) 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 and facility, administer first aid 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 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.