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Game Manager

Position

This position is responsible for monitoring Intramural Sports (IM Sports) games. Managing is not the same as refereeing. You will not enforce IM rules to the caliber that a referee would, but you are responsible for maintaining a safe and enjoyable sports environment according to outlined IM Sports rules, policies and procedures. These rules and procedures to follow are not the same as typical sports rules. Attend all required training clinics and All-Staff meetings for Intramural Sports.

The Game Manager assists in preparing Intramural Sports sites for scheduled activities. This includes responsibility for the cleanliness of equipment; check-in/out appropriate game-related equipment; ensure participants observe Program rules and regulations regarding risk management, safety, sportsmanship, and policies and procedures; and discuss rules and clarify interpretations with participants prior to Intramural Sports contests. 

Display conflict resolution and communication skills in interactions with participants and staff members.

Qualifications

No experience is necessary – we will teach you everything you need to know to be a competent game supervisor. Positions are open to current UC Berkeley students only. Interested students need to attend training clinics at the beginning of each semester. Contact ucbim@berkeley.edu for information regarding hiring after 9/16.

Certifications

New Officials hired must become CPR/AED/First Aid certified through the American Red Cross and trained in blood-borne pathogens by November 1, 2021 or April 1, 2022 depending on date of hire to remain on staff. All continuing and returning staff members must keep CPR/First Aid certifications and blood-borne pathogen training current to continue being scheduled. American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED certification cannot be completed online.

How to Apply

Email your resume and a copy of your valid American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED certification to ucbim@berkeley.edu.

Contact IM Sports via email ucbim@berkeley.edu for more information.

Work Schedule

Part-time: 5-19.5 hours per week, $17 per hour.


Referees

Position

No experience is necessary – we will teach you everything you need to know to be a competent referee. You will be responsible for officiating Intramural Sports contests. Ensure each Intramural Sports contest is delivered in a safe and enjoyable manner. Responsible for the enforcement of rules, policies, and procedures as outlined in the Intramural Sports Handbook. Responsible for the content of the Intramural Sports Staff Handbook.

Assist in preparing Intramural Sports sites for scheduled activities. Responsible for the cleanliness of equipment. Check-in/out appropriate game-related equipment. Ensure participants observe Program rules and regulations regarding risk management, safety, sportsmanship, and policies and procedures. Discuss rules and clarify interpretations with participants prior to Intramural Sports contests.

Exercise tact, good manners, and courtesy even when situations may become emotional. Maintain a positive and patient attitude at all times. Attend all Intramural Sports All-Staff Meetings and appropriate training clinics.

Qualifications

Positions are open to UC Berkeley students only. Interested students need to attend training clinics at the beginning of each semester. Contact the Intramural Sports office for clinic dates and times: ucbim@berkeley.edu

Certifications

New Officials hired must become CPR/AED/First Aid certified through the American Red Cross and trained in blood-borne pathogens by November 1 or April 1 of their hire semester to remain on staff. All continuing and returning Officials must keep CPR/First Aid certifications and blood-borne pathogen training current to continue being scheduled. American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED certification cannot be completed online.

Work Schedule

Part-time: 5-19.5 hours per week, $16.07 per hour.

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest! We are no longer accepting applications for this position.


Site Supervisors

Position

Great news: No Intramural Sports Experience Necessary!
Site Supervisors are the on-site supervisors for all of our Intramural Sports events. They will assist the Intramural Sports program in supervising and supporting Referees and participants. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Oversight of outdoor/indoor sports, supervision of Referees, administration of first aid, player check-in, problem-solving to make important on-site decisions, documentation of incidents/accidents, and ensuring that we are delivering the best possible experience for our participants. Site Supervisors will be an integral part of the execution of the Intramural Sports programs. The Site Supervisor position is a leadership role and will serve as a role model for referees and participants. As the most visual representative of the IM Sports Office, we expect Site Supervisors to be problem solvers with a professional attitude and great customer service.

Qualifications

Must be a registered University of California, Berkeley student for the Spring 2020 semester. Must have a 2.00 GPA to apply for the position. Must be willing to work 8-15 hours per week throughout the term of the position. Must be willing to work evenings and some weekend hours. Assist with all Rec Sports/Intramural Sports tasks as assigned. Must attend monthly Site Supervisor meetings and semester All-Staff Meetings. First Aid/CPR/AED certification or ability to obtain before first shift. American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED certification cannot be completed online.

Work Hours

Part-time: 5-15 hours per week, $16.50 per hour.

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest! We are no longer accepting applications for this position.


Sport Supervisors (Basketball, Flag Football, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball)

Position

The Sport Supervisor will assist the Student Lead, Graduate Intern, and the Director in coordination of the Intramural Sports Program, as well as helping the Director monitor Officials’ evaluations The primary responsibility of the Sport Supervisor will be to provide special attention to their respective sport while also contributing to the larger success of IM sports as a whole. Duties include (but are not limited to): scheduling of Officials, rescheduling Intramural Sports contests, scheduling of playoffs, planning and leading the Hiring and Advanced training Clinics for your sport(s), evaluating Sport Programs, addressing on-the-court misconduct of

athletes, implementing necessary changes to programs, distribution of referee uniforms, maintaining weekly communication with the officiating staff, and working a minimum number of office hours.

Certifications

None needed

CPR/AED/First Aid Certification preferred

Term of Position:

Spring 2021 Semester (Training)

2021-2022 Academic Year

Pay

$16.07/hour

Position Requirements:

  • Must be a registered student at the University of California, Berkeley for the Fall 2021 semester
  • Must have a 2.00 GPA – Supervisor subject to academic-status verification
  • Must be willing to work 7-10 hours per week throughout the term of the position
  • Must be willing to work some evening and weekend hours
  • Must attend weekly office staff meetings (one hour per week) and semester All-Staff meeting
  • Assist with the coordination of Hiring and Training Clinics

How to Apply

Submit a typed, one page (max, double-spaced) letter outlining:

  • Your prior Program experience, or relevant experience
  • Your reasons for applying for the position
  • Ideas for improving your Sport, keeping in mind a remote, in-person, or hybrid school year
  • Interview availability

Apply To:

Thank you for your interest! We are no longer accepting applications for this position.


Student Lead

Position

Job Description: You are the undergraduate leader of the intramural sports office. Depending on the state of public health, this job includes up to the following tasks:

  1. Sitting in on Program Assistant’s interviews of site supervisor candidates.
  2. Hosting at least 8 office hours per week on the second floor of the RSF.
  3. Coordinating a schedule, so the IM office always has one person in the IM office between the hours of 9am and 4 pm on each weekday.
  4. Running the semester-starting all-staff meeting.
  5. Tracking referee jerseys, site supervisor jerseys, and miscellaneous sporting equipment.
  6. Tracking CPR certifications of all employees.
  7. Voicing undergraduate concerns in IM sports disputes and punishments (suspensions, expulsions, etc.)
  8. Assisting the Graduate Intern and the Director in any IM related projects

Certifications

None needed

CPR Certification preferred

Term of Position:

Spring 2021 Semester (Training)

2021-2022 Academic Year

Pay

$16.07 / hour

Position Requirements:

  • Must be a registered student at the University of California, Berkeley for the Fall 2021 semester
  • Must have a 2.00 GPA – Supervisor subject to academic-status verification
  • Must be willing to work some evening and weekend hours
  • Assist with the coordination of Hiring and Training Clinics

How to Apply

Submit a typed, one page (max, double-spaced) letter outlining:

  • Your prior Program experience, or relevant experience
  • Your reasons for applying for the position
  • Ideas for improving the IM program keeping in mind a remote, in-person, or hybrid school year
  • Interview availability

Apply To:

Thank you for your interest! We are no longer accepting applications for this position.


Payroll Assistant

Position

The Payroll Assistant is responsible for assisting the Graduate Intern, Director, and Human Resources Department in multiple aspects of hiring and paying Intramural Sports Employees. Responsibilities include assisting in the hiring process of new employees throughout the semester, inputting employee hours into CalTime biweekly, and addressing any payroll related concerns or issues.

Certifications

None needed

CPR Certification preferred

Term of Position:

Spring 2021 Semester (Training)

2021-2022 Academic Year

Pay

$16.07/hour

Position Requirements:

  • Must be a registered student at the University of California, Berkeley for the Fall 2021 semester
  • Must have a 2.00 GPA – Subject to academic-status verification
  • Must attend weekly office staff meetings (one hour per week) and semester All-Staff meeting
  • Must be willing to work 1-3 hours per week throughout the training period
  • Must be willing to work 5-10 hours per week throughout the 2021-2022 academic year
  • Must be willing to work occasional weekends (1-2 hours at most on weekends) and evening hours as necessary to fulfill payroll related deadlines.
  • Assist with other Intramural Sports tasks as assigned.

How to Apply

Submit a typed, one page (max, double-spaced) letter outlining:

  • Your relevant experience
  • Your reasons for applying for the position
  • Interview availability

Apply To:

Thank you for your interest! We are no longer accepting applications for this position.


Program Assistant

Position

The Program Assistant is responsible for assisting the Graduate Intern, Student Lead, and Director in multiple aspects of coordination and organization of the Site Supervisor program within the Intramural Sports Program. Responsibilities include training site supervisors, scheduling all site supervisors to their weekly shifts, and helping run a monthly site supervisor meeting along with the Graduate Intern. The Program Assistant is also responsible for evaluating site supervisors and updating them on their performances throughout the semester. It is the Program Assistant’s duty, along with the guidance of the Graduate Intern, to update site supervisors with changing protocol and overall ensuring that the site supervisors are provided with enough resources to be successful. The Program Assistant is encouraged to actively seek ways to improve the Program.

Certifications

CPR Certification preferred

Term of Position:

Spring 2021 Semester (Training)

2021-2022 Academic Year

Pay

$16.07 / hour

Position Requirements:

  • Must be a registered student at the University of California, Berkeley for the Fall 2021 semester
  • Must have a 2.00 GPA – Supervisor subject to academic-status verification
  • Must be willing to work 10-12 hours per week throughout the term of the position
  • Must be willing to work some evening and weekend hours
  • Must attend weekly office staff meetings (one hour per week) and semester All-Staff meeting
  • Assist with the coordination of Hiring and Training Clinics

How to Apply

Submit a typed, one page (max, double-spaced) letter outlining:

  • Your prior Program experience, or relevant experience managing groups of people (students, employees, etc)
  • Your reasons for applying for the position
  • Ideas for improving the Program, keeping in mind a remote, in-person, or hybrid school year
  • Interview availability

Apply To:

Thank you for your interest! We are no longer accepting applications for this position.


Social Media Marketing Manager

Position

In Person: Go to different IM games throughout the semester, usually at least two a week, and take pictures. Then take those photos, think of a caption, and post it to  Twitter/Facebook/Instagram, using IM specific hashtags. Additionally, you will asked to make posts on stories or posts addressing competitions IMs are promoting or IM updates such as cancelled games.

Remote: Remote work consists of moderating and hosting Cal IM virtual events such as twitch streams, for inappropriate language, hosting (or cohosting) the streams during IM Trivia and occasionally writing the trivia questions for them. Job duties also include moderating virtual Esports tournaments via Discord and posting to social media feeds as necessary. 

Certifications

None needed

CPR Certification preferred

Term of Position:

Spring 2021 Semester (Training)

2021-2022 Academic Year

Pay

$16.07 / hour

Position Requirements:

  • Must be a registered student at the University of California, Berkeley for the Fall 2021 semester
  • Must have a 2.00 GPA – Subject to academic-status verification
  • Must attend weekly office staff meetings (one hour per week) and semester All-Staff meeting
  • Must be willing to work 1-3 hours per week throughout the training period
  • Must be willing to work 5-8 hours per week throughout the 2021-2022 academic year
  • Must be willing to work occasional weekends (1-2 hours at most on weekends) and evening hours as necessary to fulfill job related responsibilities
  • Assist with other Intramural Sports tasks as assigned.

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest! We are no longer accepting applications for this position.

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