The following information is provided to assist individuals in navigating the interview process that follows application screening.  You must file an application to be considered for interview. Thank you for your interest in employment with the Department of Recreational Sports. 

    Scheduling:

    • Written applications will be held until the submission deadline; then screened to determine which applicants will advance to the interview stage of the hiring process.
    • Candidates selected for interviews will be notified by telephone or e-mail.
    • For Operations positions we frequently conduct group interviews, at which time you may be placed with other candidates for a 90-minute interview by a panel of three to five staff members.
    • We will inform selected candidates of their status as soon as possible following the conclusion of the interview process.
    • It may be necessary to arrange a second interview for some positions.

    Tips for Success:

    • Dress for success — It is expected that candidates will be professionally dressed for an interview.
    • Be punctual — First impressions are critical and timeliness is an important factor in making a positive impact.
    • Be professional — Professionalism is a standard we look for in potential employees and we ask that you conduct yourself accordingly.
    • Do your homework — Spend some time finding out about the Department of Recreational Sports, what its mission is on campus and how it fits into the University vision.
    • Be prepared — Why do you want to work for Recreational Sports? What qualities or experience can you bring to contribute to the department?

     

    We look forward to learning more about you, in person.   Good luck!