Lifeguards – Supervise the conduct of all pool patrons and ensure a safe aquatic recreation environment. Respond to any emergency that happens within the aquatic facility, and assist with any emergency within the HWC if asked. Applicants must be qualified for job placement through the Financial Aid Office. Current certifications in Lifeguard Training and First Aid, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and AED administration from the American Red Cross is required to qualify for the position. (the HWC makes this training available on site in August prior to the academic year beginning.
Water Safety Instructors – Teach swimming and water safety to participants that register for the program. Summer swimming lessons for children are the primary need for this position; however, we do offer swim instruction to the FSC student body during the academic year upon request. Summer positions do not require work program placement, but academic year positions do require placement through Financial Aid.
Waterfront - Waterfront Attendants supervise the conduct of patrons using the waterfront facility on Lake Hollingsworth, keep facility usage records, and provide excellent customer service. Staff are trained to respond in an emergency to stranded participants on the lake in addition to caring for the facility and equipment. Waterfront Attendants must maintain American Red Cross Adult CPR and First Aid certifications.
The Fitness Attendant - The Fitness Attendants an integral part of the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center Fitness Staff. This part time position requires the selected candidate to have a general background in weight lifting, spotting techniques, an understanding of equipment maintenance and quality customer service skills.
Personal Trainers - The personal trainers will manage, administer and implement fitness assessments, fitness training, and consultations. They will review wellness questionnaires and provide feedback. The personal trainers will serve as a resource to all patrons in regards to the wellness programs and incentives that FSC has to offer, as well as research any health related questions that may arise. The personal trainers will also be responsible for marketing and customer service related to the fitness area of the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center.
Front Desk Attendant - The Front Desk Attendant is the first point of contact for everyone entering the Wellness Center. They monitor who comes in and out of the HWC and enforce our policies, procedures and regulations. They also answer the telephones, operate the cash register, check bicycles in and out and provide exceptional customer service to our patrons.
Intramural Official - The Intramural Official is a vital part of the Intramural Sports program at FSC. The student staff member reports to the Intramural Coordinator and intramural supervisors. They are also responsible for participant supervision, scorekeeping, officiating games, risk management issues, field maintenance, policy enforcement and documentation. Customer service skills and knowledge of sports are crucial to being a successful official. Officiating experience and rule knowledge is preferred but not required.
Intramural Supervisor - The Intramural Supervisor is a vital part of the Intramural Sports program at FSC. The student staff members reports to the Intramural coordinator. The purpose of the supervisor position is to supervise intramural team sports and other activities. Supervisors are responsible for overseeing all areas of intramural sports. They are required to help maintain a safe and pleasant atmosphere for intramural participants, staff and spectators. The intramural supervisors are also responsible for the intramural officials and complete game control.
Head Guard - Experienced lifeguards with at least one semester of lifeguarding for the Wellness Center are encouraged to apply for the Lead Guard position. This position is a supervisory position working with the Aquatics and Waterfront programs at the HWC. Head Guards are responsible for ensuring appropriate shift coverage, maintaining a safe and enjoyable environment for patrons, and communicating staff and safety concerns. HeadGuards are given additional training opportunities to gain experience for their position.