Intramural Supervisor (STUDENT/WORKSTUDY)

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The Department of Recreational Services is seeking a student for the Intramural Sports Supervisor position. The Supervisor will assist with the daily operations of the Intramural Sports Program. That includes on-site supervision of officials, participants, and spectators during events and activities. The supervisor will also assist in promoting, organizing, and evaluating activities, along with enforcing program policies. Shifts will take place on weekdays during the evening, in the fall and winter semesters.


  • On-site supervision for all intramural activities
  • Serving as first responder in case of an emergency
  • Enforcing rules and policies with participants and spectators
  • Ensuring facilities and equipment are safe to use for participants
  • Tracking participants information using IMleagues 
  • Prepping daily work stations for officials to pick up equipment
  • Serving as a replacement official in an emergency situation
  • Attending required meetings and trainings

Required Qualifications*

  • Current UM-Flint Student 
  • Experience officiating at least one sport and/or supervising events
  • Ability to successfully complete provided first aid, CPR & AED certifications

Desired Qualifications*

  • Knowledge of rules and regulations for multiple sports
  • Previous clerical experience
  • Work study award for upcoming academic semester

Additional Information

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