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Join the Crimson Crew!

Join our team and work in a fun, active, and professional environment. Share your passion for health and wellness and learn valuable skills through our professional development program, the Crimson Crew. All positions have opportunities for promotions and advancements.


  • Sept. 8–6pm, Sept. 9–4:30pm, Sept. 10–9am
  • November 1, 2, 3

Gear Central & Core Fitness

Gear Central Attendant 

Equipment rental, locker management, uniforms, merchandise sales, laundry operations. This position also works as a Fitness Center Attendant, see below.

Fitness Center Attendant 

Supervise fitness areas and ensure a safe and enjoyable environment. This position also works as a Gear Central Attendant, see above.

Outdoor Adventures

Rental Attendant

Responsible for the day-to-day operations including customer service, equipment rental, cash handling, trip registration, storage, repair and maintenance of equipment. 

OA Technician

Responsible for the day-day operations with special emphasis on equipment maintenance and repair.

The Summit

Climbing Wall Specialist

Responsible for the supervision of The Summit climbing facility. Duties include, but are not limited to: maintaining a clean workplace, supervision of the summit, teaching skill clinics, and other duties as assigned.

Membership Services

Member Associate

Responsible for sales to members and guests involving memberships, locker rental and other programs and services offered at the Eccles Student Life Center. 

Fitness & Personal Training

Fitness Instructor

Provide group fitness instruction, monitor participants, educate on fitness and safety, and maintain a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for class participants.
Certifications available

Personal Trainer

Responsible for fitness assessments and personal training programs with Campus Recreation Services clients. Trainers must maintain an NCCA accredited Personal Training Certification.
NASM training

Crimson Lagoon


Responsible for the supervision of the pool area during recreational swimming hours and all other events in the pool. This includes opening and securing the pool facilities, and ensuring that a safe and fun environment is maintained. Opportunities for Head Lifeguard available to those who qualify. See leadership positions below.

Swim Instructor

Responsible for teaching basic swimming safety skills and technique improvement.

Intramural Sports

Intramural Sports Official

Provide quality and decisive supervision of IM activities. They facilitate a fun, safe, and welcoming environment for participants and assist with the administration of Intramural Sports.



Marketing Assistant

Assisting full-time staff by learning and using marketing skills and knowledge of campus to create effective campaigns for Campus Recreation Services programs.

Student leadership

Facility Manager

Facility Manager (FM) position is the highest position that a Crimson Crew member can reach while working for Campus Recreation Services. This position requires dynamic Crimson Crew members who are willing to engage with all nine program areas, able to lead by example, excited to teach fellow staff members, and motivated to enhance our guest experience through outstanding service. Prior experience in a specific area is not required. We recruit from all 8 Crimson Crew program areas.

Intramural Sports Supervisor

Leaders within the program and show a high level of commitment to success. They have the authority to make decisions regarding the safety and wellbeing of all players and spectators. Must be able to handle highly emotional individuals and groups.

Head Setter

This position will work with the Summit Manager to assist in maintaining daily operations, staff management, program development, technical training, and route setting.

Special Events Supervisor

Responsibe for on-site supervision of events scheduled with Campus Recreation Services. Must be outgoing, friendly and have good decision-making skills. They must be able to work with little supervision and have extensive knowledge of both University services and Campus Recreation Services policies and procedures.

Crimson Council

The Crimson Council is comprised of student leaders from all nine Crimson Crew program areas. The goal is an active engagement that improves the student-staff experience. This includes both personal and professional development of the student employees

Other Leadership Positions, By Area:

  • Gear Central & Core Fitness Supervisor
  • Membership Services Student Lead
  • Outdoor Adventures Student Lead
  • Head Lifeguard
  • Marketing Specialist

Hiring timeline 

  1. Attend recruitment
  2. Submit application
  3. Applicant review
  4. Crimson Council interview
  5. Program area interview
  6. Hiring based on immediate semester needs

All applicants must register for a Crimson Crew Recruitment prior to attending. Recruitments take place throughout the semester to proactively address hiring needs. Attending a recruitment is the first step in the hiring process; however, it does not guarantee a first-or-second-round interview. The hiring timeline from the recruitment is dependent upon hiring needs at the time. 

Upcoming recruitments

Last Updated: 9/21/21