Employment Opportunities

Six Yates lifeguards posing for a picture by the pool.

Campus Recreation hires more than a hundred student staff members each academic year for a variety of campus recreation positions. Summer and holiday break opportunities are frequently available for certain positions as well. Please review our list of employment opportunities for more information on each position!

Campus Recreation Customer Service Representatives serve as primary customer-service staff for a variety of student, member, and customer needs. CSRs serve in the Main Office, Front Desk, and ProShop. Job duties include managing membership and class registrations, responding to in-person and phone inquiries, processing sales, patron check-in, and equipment check out. Candidates must have a pleasant personality and great interpersonal skills towards customer service. Attention to detail over a variety of tasks is critical in this position. Knowledge of Microsoft Office is desired. Some weekend work is required.

For more information, contact Emmabeth Jensen.

Facility Operations staff (FOs) assist the Building Managers with all facets of maintaining a safe, clean, and aesthetically pleasing facility that provides quality opportunities for sport, recreation, and leisure activities for members. This position is physical in nature and requires lifting heavy objects, applying basic fixes to facility equipment, cleaning, organizing, event set-up and break down. With the exception of special assignments, this position requires that Facility Operations staff work autonomously with an assigned task list. 

Facility Operations employees provide exceptional customer service to patrons by being knowledgeable of Campus Recreation policy and procedures and the Emergency Response Plan.  

For more information, contact Emmabeth Jensen.

Campus Recreation fitness attendants are responsible for maintaining a safe, clean, and fun exercise environment for students and members. Attendants should have a basic knowledge of fitness and exercise. Candidates should be self-motivated and possess excellent communication and customer service skills.

For more information, contact GU Fitness.

The Georgetown University Campus Recreation department produces e-communications, social media posts, short videos, and digital/print graphics. The Graphic Design Assistant will assist the Assistant Director of Marketing in the creation, organization, and distribution of multimedia to all channels of communication. Graphic Design Assistants can expect to assist with brand mark design/illustrations, creation of promotional materials, printing, outreach, and more. Proficiency in one or more Adobe products like InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator is required. Some weekend work is required.

For more information, contact Chris Baunoch.

Certified Group Fitness Instructors teach a wide variety of group fitness classes at Campus Recreation. Instructors should have a nationally-recognized Group Fitness Certification (ACE, AFAA, ACSM) and/or additional specialty certification if appropriate (for example: Zumba, Yoga, Mad Dogg Spinning). Instructors must be CPR/AED/First Aid Certified. One or more years of experience teaching Group Fitness classes is desired. Please note that we only accept Mad Dogg Spinning Certifications.

For more information, contact GU Fitness.

Certified Health & Wellness Coaches meet one-on-one with clients to evaluate, plan, implement, educate, and engage members in the decision-making process to achieve and maintain health status. They additionally track client progression to ensure the individualized plan meets the client’s needs and facilitate positive behavior change. Certified Health & Wellness Coaches must carry a current Health and Wellness Coaching certification from a reputable agency, be self-motivated, passionate about helping individuals achieve their goals, and have a knowledge of mindfulness-based coaching, motivational interviewing, and listening skills.

For more information, contact GU Fitness.

IM Officials coordinate and officiate all intramural sports and special events. Officials are responsible for game and equipment set-up, ensure player safety, maintain sportsmanship, and enforce all intramural department policies and procedures. Officials are required to attend necessary sport-specific clinics and meetings as needed. Previous officiating experience is strongly desired but not necessary. Basic rules of various sport events is necessary.

For more information, contact the Intramural Sports Program.

The Kehoe Field Attendant (KFA) will be responsible for ensuring students are in compliance with the University’s conduct prior to entering Kehoe Field and reinforcing Kehoe Field policies and guidelines while members are utilizing the field. Duties of the KFA include ensuring the safety of members on the field at all times, sanitizing high touch areas around the field, assisting the Campus Recreation Professional Staff with emptying the field and setting up and breaking down before and after events.  

For more information, contact Susan Sell-Haynes.

Campus Recreation lifeguards ensure safety in the McCarthy Pool area. Lifeguards also monitor access to Campus Recreation as main desk clerks and perform other duties are required. Required current certifications include Lifeguarding/First Aid and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. Lifeguards may be required to attend Campus Recreation safety in-service sessions as needed.

For more information, contact Bethany Bower.

The Georgetown University Campus Recreation department produces e-communications, social media posts, short videos, and digital/print graphics. Communications Assistants aid the Assistant Director of Marketing in the creation, organization, and distribution of materials to all channels of communication. Communications Assistants can expect to assist with social media content, newsletters, blogs, outreach, and more. Knowledge of major social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) is required. Some weekend work is required.

For more information, contact Chris Baunoch.

Certified Personal Trainers design and lead clients through safe and effective individual workouts. They work one-on-one with students and members to help them reach their personal fitness goals and help to promote living a healthy lifestyle. Applicants must carry a current national certification from a reputable certifying organization (for example; ACE, ACSM, NASM, or CSCS), CPR/AED/First Aid certification, be engaging and professional, self-motivated with a passion for helping others, and knowledge of basic anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, workout structure, and cueing proper exercise technique/form.

For more information, contact GU Fitness.

The Georgetown University Campus Recreation department produces e-communications, social media posts, short videos, and digital/print graphics. The Photography/Videography Assistant will aid the Assistant Director of Marketing in the creation, organization, and distribution of multimedia to all channels of communication. Photography/Videography Assistants can expect to assist with photography shoots, photography editing, videography, video editing, database cataloguing, printing, outreach, and more. Knowledge on how to use a dslr camera in manual mode is required. Basic image and video editing skills using Photoshop and/or Lightroom and Premiere is required. Some weekend work is required.

For more information, contact Chris Baunoch.

Swim instructors provide instruction for child swim lessons, while also ensuring the safety of all participants. Instructors provide written and verbal evaluations to swim participants and parents/guardians as needed. Candidates must demonstrate skills in swim instructions, and previous professional experience in aquatics instruction is preferred. American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification is preferred but not required.

For more information, contact Bethany Bower.