Employment

Fitness Attendant

Campus Recreation

Posting Dates: Thursday March 28, 2019 to Tuesday April 30, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.00/H

Duration: Casual/Part-time

Job Description:

The Fitness Attendant is the first point of contact with all members entering the University of Ottawa’s fitness centres. Their presence in the fitness centres serves many purposes, most importantly helping members by answering questions and ensuring the proper use of equipment. Attendants must also ensure that members observe proper gym etiquette and follow fitness centre rules. Furthermore, attendants will ensure that the fitness centres and all equipment are well maintained by periodically checking and cleaning throughout their shifts. Fitness attendants must also be certified and be ready to provide first aid should such a situation arise. Fitness attendants may be asked to work day, evening and/or weekend shifts at the Sport Services fitness centres.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • A background in physical fitness, physical education, exercise physiology and/or health promotion
  • Some specialized training in the areas of personal training and/or exercise physiology
  • Current CPR - C certification
  • Current First Aid certification
  • Fluently bilingual in both French and English (written, spoken, read)
     

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervise all members of our fitness facilities and maintain a safe and friendly environment
  • Give orientations to our new members to familiarize them with our facilities
  • Assist in maintenance of all fitness/wellness equipment (including personal training, health/activity, group fitness, and fitness equipment)
  • Assist in the cleaning of all fitness equipment
  • Advise the manager of malfunctioning equipment and needed replacements
  • Communicate with leaders and staff by providing them information on equipment, and feedback from participants on an on-going basis
  • Conduct daily inspections of fitness equipment
  • Bring requests for equipment from participants/clients to the attention of the manager

Send resume to:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to priya.narine@uottawa.ca for consideration.

Group Fitness Instructor

Campus Recreation

Posting Dates: Thursday March 28, 2019 to Tuesday April 30, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $25

Duration: Casual / Part-time

Job Description:

A group fitness instructor is responsible for guiding participants through a challenging yet safe cardiovascular workout by means of a safe group fitness class.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Current certification by a recognized fitness institution (CanFitPro, YM/YWCA, CAIA, ACE, OFC, Water Art, etc.)
  • Current CPR certification
  • Current First Aid certification
  • Relevant experience in aerobic instruction


RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for promotion of health and fitness in the community;
  • The group fitness instructor should be professional and responsible at all times;
  • Introduce yourself to new people, smile and say hello. Get to know as many participants as possible;
  • Report any malfunction of equipment to the appropriate supervisor;
  • Ensure that no bags, jackets… are brought into the room;
  • Know the rules and regulations of the facility, and relay them to all participants. If someone is violating rules, causing disturbance, and or mistreating staff, equipment, or other members, inform them of the rules and politely ask them to follow them;
  • Be prepared to respond to an emergency that may occur in a group fitness class using current university procedure;
  • Be aware of literature and trends in fitness and fitness-related fields;
  • Be available to answer questions pertaining to her/his classes;
  • The group fitness instructor is responsible for instructing clients as to the safe proper use of the fitness apparatus (steps, hand weights, bands, tubing, etc.);
  • Encourage safety at all times.

 

Send resume to:

Please submit a cover letter and résumé to, Lenny.Sabourin@uottawa.ca. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Personal Trainer

Campus Recreation

Posting Dates: Thursday March 28, 2019 to Tuesday April 30, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $20

Duration: Casual/Part-time

Job Description:

The Certified Personal Trainer is responsible for establishing realistic goals with their clients, designing, tailoring and implementing fitness programs for them. Each client has specific needs and it is left up to the trainer to prescribe specific programs to their clients in order for them to achieve their goals. The trainer is a professional in the fitness field and they are to teach their clients how to train safely, by demonstrating and teaching proper technique and using appropriate cues to guide their clients through their workouts.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience in the areas of personal training &/or exercise physiology
  • Valid level 1 Personal Training certification by an accredited association (CanFitPro, SPI, NCSA, CSEP, ANIE etc…)
  • Valid CPR certification
  • Valid First aid certification

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The Personal Trainer should be professional and responsible at all times;
  • Fill out all pertinent documentation in regards to their clients health history in order to be able to tailor the fitness program specifically for the client;
  • Introduce yourself to new people, smile and greet them Get to know as many participants as possible;
  • Report any malfunction of equipment to the appropriate supervisor;
  • Kno the rwules and regulations of the facility, and relay them to all clients. If someone is violating rules, causing disturbance, and or mistreating staff, equipment, or other members, inform them of the rules and politely ask them to follow them;
  • Be prepared to respond to an emergency that may occur during a session by using current university procedure;
  • Be aware of literature and trends in fitness and fitness-related fields;
  • Be available to answer questions pertaining to her/his clients;
  • Encourage safety at all times.

Send resume to:

Priya Narine
Assistant Manager – Fitness Programs

Client Services Attendant

Client Services

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Friday May 17, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.00

Duration: Part-time (less than 24 hours/week)

Job Description:

Provides quality client service by welcoming, informing and registering Sports Services' clients to various sports activities;

Analyses and determines the needs of the clientele; suggests and sell appropriate services that will suit the customer’s needs;

Receives various requests and inquiries by telephone and by email; transfers these requests to appropriate person;

Controls equipment rentals: lends keys to appropriate individuals whose names are on the list;

Regularly patrols and controls access to the facilities;

Promote the Gee-Gee brand by advertising programming and events;

Provides First Aid in case of emergency;

The position requires to work day, night and/or weekend shifts at both the Minto Sports Complex and Montpetit Hall Facilities.

ESSENTIAL QUALITIFCATIONS:

  • Experience in customer service
  • Experience in using computer systems and software such as Windows, Word processing, spreadsheets, databases, e-mail and Internet
  • Knowledge of principles directing people and property protection
  • Knowledge of cash register functions and point of sale terminals
  • Ability to work independently and in a team,
  • Interpersonal and communication skills
  • Bilingualism – French and English (spoken and written)
  • Valid First Aid and CPR certification delivered by a recognized certification body in Canada

NOTA

There is a mandatory training Week that will take place from August 26-30 2019.

Send resume to:

Please send your résumé to gee-gees@uottawa.ca ; Subject line: Client Services and Sports Facilities Attendant Application

We thank all candidates for applying. We will only contact candidates selected for further consideration.

Lifeguard/Instructor (Spring/Summer 2019)

Campus Recreation

Posting Dates: Monday March 18, 2019 to Friday June 14, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $16.00 to $18.54

Duration: Part-time work (up to 24 hours/week) available

Job Description:

Number of Positions: 1 or more based on operational need
Various shifts: days, evenings, and weekends
Affiliation: CUPE 2626-1 Lifeguards

Hourly Rate: $16.00 to $18.54 per hour, dependent on shift worked
Duration: Part-time work (up to 24 hours/week) available

Job Summary:

  • Performs the surveillance necessary to ensure the safety of all aquatic centre users.
  • Prevents accidents by enforcing health regulations, policies and procedures pertaining to the aquatic centre.
  • Performs rescues and first aid necessary for the preservation of life in a team setting.
  • Teaches aquatic instructional programs outlined in the Sports Services curriculum.
  • Completes administrative and support tasks including pool tests, attendance, incident reports, instructor report cards, facility maintenance tasks and duties as assigned by supervisor
  • The position requires the flexibility to work morning, day, night and/or weekend shifts at the aquatic centre.

Essential Qualifications:

  • Age: Minimum 16 years of age
  • Current Aquatic Certifications:
    • Lifesaving Society National Lifeguard: Pool Option
    • Standard First Aid with CPR-C and AED from one of: Lifesaving Society, Canadian Red Cross, Canadian Ski Patrol or St. John Ambulance
    • Lifesaving Society Airway Management or an equivalent oxygen therapy certification
    • Aquatic Instructor Certification (Lifesaving Instructor preferred (Swim or Lifesaving))
    • Advanced aquatic qualifications considered an asset
  • Working knowledge relative to an aquatic and sport environment
  • Past experience working in an aquatic setting
  • Ability to handle the stress of an emergency situation
  • Excellent public relations and customer service skills
  • Experience in using computer systems and software such as Windows, Word processing, spreadsheets/databases, e-mail and Internet
  • Responsible, organized and excellent time management skills
  • Ability to work independently and in a team
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Bilingualism – French and English (spoken, read and written) considered an asset

Send resume to:

  • Resume and Certifications: Please send your resume and proof of aquatic certifications to aquatics@uottawa.ca ; Subject line: Lifeguard / Sauveteur
  • Skills Screening: The aquatic coordinator will communicate with the applicant to schedule an aquatic skills screening to evaluate their lifeguarding skills.
  • Interviews: Successfully screened candidates may be asked for interview.
  • Police Records Check: Selected candidates will need to provide proof of a vulnerable sector police records check.

     

We thank all candidates for applying. We will only contact candidates selected for further consideration.

Game-Day Statistician

Communications, Marketing and IT

Posting Dates: Thursday May 16, 2019 to Thursday August 1, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: Honorarium

Duration: August 31st 2019, to March 15th 2020

Job Description:

The Varsity Event Staff team coordinates logistical support for teams and fans by providing a safe, enjoyable, and efficiently operated venue for all Gee-Gees varsity home events. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals to work in a high-energy, team-based sport environment at the University of Ottawa. Please note that the majority of events take place on the weekends, therefore applicants must be available to work on the weekends.

 

Job Description:

The University of Ottawa is seeking individuals for the game day stats crew for Gee-Gees hockey, volleyball, soccer, rugby and basketball games. You will be responsible for the recording and reporting of game stats and/or game clock at the scorer’s table.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring that game sheets are correctly filled out and signed by coaches and officials before and after the game
  • Filling out game sheets during the game
  • Updating both online and table stats reporting
  • Operation of clock and score board
  • Liaise with sport officials

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to work independently within a team environment
  • Successful at delivering under time pressured deadlines, utilizing time management and organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Prior knowledge of hockey, volleyball, rugby, soccer and/or basketball
  • Prior knowledge and/ or experience in scorekeeping and/or sports stats is an asset (i.e. stats programs, live game stats, score clock operation)
  • Bilingualism is an asset

 

Available Positions:

Hockey

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Game clock operator

 

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Game sheet + online game stats

Basketball

-

Game clock operator

 

-

Game stats and scorebook

 

-

Online game stats

Volleyball

-

Play caller

 

-

Play recorder

 

-

Online game stats

Soccer

-

Game sheet + game clock operator

 

-

Online game stats

Rugby

-

Game sheet + game clock operator

 

Send resume to:

All interested candidates must email a cover letter and resume to ggevents@uottawa.ca . Please note your full name and position title(s) in the subject line of your email.

 

Game-Day Announcer

Communications, Marketing and IT

Posting Dates: Thursday May 16, 2019 to Thursday August 1, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: Honorarium

Duration: August 31st 2019, to March 15th 2020

Job Description:

The Varsity Event Staff team coordinates logistical support for teams and fans by providing a safe, enjoyable and efficiently operated venue for all Gee-Gees varsity home events. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals to work in a high-energy, team-based sport environment at the University of Ottawa. Please note that the majority of events take place on the weekends. The successful candidates will be required to commit to 2-5 hours per event, arriving a minimum of 30 minutes prior to a game.

 

Job Description:

The University of Ottawa is seeking individuals to work as game-day announcers for Gee-Gees hockey, football, volleyball, rugby, soccer and basketball games. As a member of the Gee-Gees Varsity Events Staff, you will be responsible for the announcement of information over the in-house PA systems at the scorer’s table: introduction of players, coaches, and officials names; game-related announcements; and sponsorship promotion announcement.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Announce programs, players’ names, and player substitutions, as well as game-related announcements (such as fouls, goals, penalties, touchdowns, etc.).
  • Learn to pronounce the names of players, coaches, and officials.
  • Understand the rules and language of the sport.
  • Understand emergency protocol in order to instruct and calm crowds in the event of an emergency
  • Review script and announce sponsorships at requested times
  • Work with the game-day minor officials and statisticians, and the DJ to enhance the game-day experience of the fans.

Qualifications:

  • A self-starter with a mature, professional attitude and can adapt to new situations quick and efficiently
  • Ongoing awareness and responsiveness
  • Outgoing and positive personality and team spirit
  • Prior knowledge of football, hockey, volleyball, rugby, soccer and/or basketball
  • Speech clarity in both French and English
  • Bilingualism is required (French and English)

Send resume to:

All interested candidates must email a cover letter and resume to ggevents@uottawa.ca . Please note your full name and position title in the subject line of your email. 

Varsity Event Staff

Communications, Marketing and IT

Posting Dates: Thursday May 16, 2019 to Thursday August 1, 2019

Number of Positions: 10

Hourly Rate: $14.00/hr

Duration: August 30th 2019, to March 31st, 2020

Job Description:

Job Description:

The University of Ottawa, Sports Services is seeking high-energy, organized individuals who will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of all Gee-Gees home Football, Soccer, Rugby, Ice Hockey, Volleyball and Basketball varsity events in addition to special department activities.

The Varsity Event Staff team coordinates logistical support for teams and fans whilst providing a safe, enjoyable, and efficiently operated venue for all Gee-Gees varsity home events. This is an exciting opportunity for students to work in an energetic, team-based sport environment at the University of Ottawa. Please note that the majority of events take place on the weekends, and as such applicants must be available to work most weekends.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Game day operations
  • Facility and event set-up/ tear-down
  • Event access control, crowd management, and security
  • General game support

Qualifications:

  • Must be a registered University of Ottawa student
  • Ability to work 10 hours per week, predominantly evenings and weekends
  • Ability to exercise initiative, and good judgment
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people
  • Able to stand for long periods of time and lift over 20 pounds
  • Experience in customer service
  • Strong interpersonal, leadership, communication, and organizational skills
  • Knowledge of Gee-Gees varsity sports considered an asset
  • Bilingualism is an asset

Send resume to:

All interested candidates must email a cover letter and resume to ggevents@uottawa.ca. Please note your full name and position title in the subject line of your email.

 

Promo agent – Student Life

Student Life

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Friday August 2, 2019

Number of Positions: 6

Hourly Rate: $14

Duration: Casual/Part-time from August 26, 2019 to April 3, 2020

Job Description:

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bilingual (French-English);
  • Leadership and positive attitude;
  • Creative, energetic and engaged in the student community;
  • Effective teamwork;
  • Ability to work independently;
  • Adaptability to change and to new people;
  • Positive and creative in addressing challenges;
  • Interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with students in person;
  • Charismatic, outgoing, engaging, and inspiring;
  • Great active listening skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The University of Ottawa promo team’s mandate is to promote all events, activities and initiatives on campus, in order to ensure engagement from the student community and to improve the sense of belonging of the Gee-Gees family. Their key role is to support student life in the roll out of outreach strategies:

  • Draws;
  • Giveaways;
  • Distribution of flyers;
  • Surveys;
  • Marketing activation animation;
  • Etc.

The promo agents will be tasked with developing eye-catching outreach promotional concepts while delivering a unique experience to the University community. They will contribute successfully to various promotional events activities such as:

  • Welcome Week;
  • Panda Game;
  • Mental health;
  • Food-related events;
  • National Championships;
  • Themed festivals and much more!

Join our team!

Send resume to:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to stherria@uottawa.ca for consideration.

Promotions Assistant

Campus Recreation

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Friday August 16, 2019

Number of Positions: 1

Hourly Rate: $14

Duration: Part-time contract

Job Description:

The Campus Rec Promotions Assistant will help with Sport Services recreational activities, under the supervision of the Campus Rec Promotions Officer.
The Campus Rec Promotions Assistant will assist the Campus Rec Promotions Officer in creating and implementing a promotional plan for Sports Services to build school spirit and promote participation in campus rec programs focusing on students, alumni, uOttawa faculty/staff and the public. He/she must be very detail oriented, a self-starter and passionate his work.

Required skills:

  • Have a great understanding of campus recreational programs and activities of the University of Ottawa.
  • Be able to work with tight deadlines and under pressure.
  • Demonstrate leadership and ability to work autonomously, and as part of a team.
  • Have previous experience and/or knowledge in marketing and in working with different social media platforms.
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Studies in the field of Marketing, Communication, Business, Human Kinetics or Sport Administration
  • Knowledge of the graphic design software an asset (InDesign, Photoshop, etc.)
  • Bilingualism (French and English) is an asset

Description of tasks:

  • Coordinate the dissemination of promotional information of recreational programs through the University campus and through various social media platforms.
  • Promote our recreational activities, promotions and events by creating web content (articles, contests, surveys, etc.) available to the university community and to the public.
  • Develop, in consultation with Campus Rec. Promotions Officer, the calendar of events / themes recreational sector.
  • Participate in the design of promotional items (brochures, posters, etc.) and help build relationships with the community when necessary.
  • Other related tasks asked upon request.

 

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to ggrec@uottawa.ca

League Supervisor - WSP

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: 7

Hourly Rate: $14/ $15

Duration: September - March

Job Description:

Intramural League Supervisors are the Intramural Program’s representatives during games. They must promote communication between Intramural Programs’ administration staff and participants. Supervisors are in charge of managing the leagues and ensuring they run smoothly throughout the season. This includes preparing game sheets, taking out and putting away all necessary equipment, completing incident/accident reports when necessary and being available to answer questions from participants. Supervisors must know the rules and regulations of their sport(s) and facilities, and apply them whenever disputes may arise. They will also post all scores and standings and notify affected parties when there are changes to the schedule. Supervisors must administer first-aid , when necessary, and complete appropriate accident forms. They will promote a safe and fun environment for all participants. Supervisors will attend all required training sessions and assist during registration week The League Supervisors report to the Intramural Programs’ Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator.

Experience / Skills Required:

  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • Strong communication skills
  • Leadership skills and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Experience in a supervisory and/or in a customer service role;
  • Good understanding respective sport(s) and its associated rules
  • Passion for respective sport(s)
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR-C/AED from an agency approved by Ontario WSIB

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the season

  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.
  • Assist with the pre-season registration and assist in organizing team t-shirts or jerseys.
  • Attend the captain’s meeting once all teams are registered.
  • Organize league binders

During the season

Before games:

  • Relay the rules and regulations of the league & facility to employees and participants
  • Print out weekly standings, suspensions, updated team lists and fill out game sheets.
  • Contact team captains for all schedule changes/updates
  • Remain in contact with the Head Referee and the Intramural Programs’ administration staff throughout the season
  • Pick up keys for the equipment
  • Retrieve two-way radios, first-aid kits, and equipment cages
  • Assist Client Services with equipment set up
  • Sign-in & check uOttawa IDs of all participants
  • Inspect facilities for safe game play

During games:

  • Attend all scheduled games & ensure they run smoothly
  • Keep score and keep track of penalties during each game, on the game sheet
  • Liaise with facility staff when problems occur & assist in settling disputes
  • Fill out incident and/or accident reports when necessary.
  • Make yourself available to answer any questions from participants in your league
  • Distribute prizes when necessary
  • Administer first aid , when required

After games:

  • Ensure captains sign the game sheet after every game
  • Fax all game sheets as well as any incident or accident reports
  • Assist in putting away all equipment & ensure all equipment is returned
  • Enter team scores and standings at the end of every shift
  • Report any equipment malfunctions
  • Return all keys

Other:

  • Get to know as many participants as possible.
  • Distribute playoff schedules.
  • Hand out league evaluations near the end of the season
  • Present a positive and approachable attitude
  • Show enthusiasm for your league(s)

NB: Please take note that the amount of $1,500.00 will automatically be divided between the 7 pay periods from September 1st and December 15th, 2019 and the 6 pay periods from January 3rd and March 31st 2020.

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.

League Supervisor

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.00

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of Positions: TBD

Intramural League Supervisors are the Intramural Program’s representatives during games. They must promote communication between Intramural Programs’ administration staff and participants. Supervisors are in charge of managing the leagues and ensuring they run smoothly throughout the season. This includes preparing game sheets, taking out and putting away all necessary equipment, completing incident/accident reports when necessary and being available to answer questions from participants. Supervisors must know the rules and regulations of their sport(s) and facilities, and apply them whenever disputes may arise. They will also post all scores and standings and notify affected parties when there are changes to the schedule. Supervisors must administer first-aid , when necessary, and complete appropriate accident forms. They will promote a safe and fun environment for all participants. Supervisors will attend all required training sessions and assist during registration week The League Supervisors report to the Intramural Programs’ Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator.

Experience / Skills Required:

  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • Strong communication skills
  • Leadership skills and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Experience in a supervisory and/or in a customer service role;
  • Good understanding respective sport(s) and its associated rules
  • Passion for respective sport(s)
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR-C/AED from an agency approved by Ontario WSIB

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the season

  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.
  • Assist with the pre-season registration and assist in organizing team t-shirts or jerseys.
  • Attend the captain’s meeting once all teams are registered.
  • Organize league binders

During the season

Before games:

  • Relay the rules and regulations of the league & facility to employees and participants
  • Print out weekly standings, suspensions, updated team lists and fill out game sheets.
  • Contact team captains for all schedule changes/updates
  • Remain in contact with the Head Referee and the Intramural Programs’ administration staff throughout the season
  • Pick up keys for the equipment
  • Retrieve two-way radios, first-aid kits, and equipment cages
  • Assist Client Services with equipment set up
  • Sign-in & check uOttawa IDs of all participants
  • Inspect facilities for safe game play

During games:

  • Attend all scheduled games & ensure they run smoothly
  • Keep score and keep track of penalties during each game, on the game sheet
  • Liaise with facility staff when problems occur & assist in settling disputes
  • Fill out incident and/or accident reports when necessary.
  • Make yourself available to answer any questions from participants in your league
  • Distribute prizes when necessary
  • Administer first aid , when required

After games:

  • Ensure captains sign the game sheet after every game
  • Fax all game sheets as well as any incident or accident reports
  • Assist in putting away all equipment & ensure all equipment is returned
  • Enter team scores and standings at the end of every shift
  • Report any equipment malfunctions
  • Return all keys

Other:

  • Get to know as many participants as possible.
  • Distribute playoff schedules.
  • Hand out league evaluations near the end of the season
  • Present a positive and approachable attitude
  • Show enthusiasm for your league(s)

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.

Soccer Referee

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.28

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of Positions: TBD

All referees are responsible for officiating league games in a respectful, courteous, and professional manor, while providing a fun and safe environment for all Intramural participants. Soccer referees will implement established Intramural Soccer rules to the best of their abilities.  Referees report directly to the Soccer Head referee and work in conjunction with the League Supervisor as well as the Assistant Coordinator(s) where necessary.

Experience / Skills Required:

  • Excellent knowledge of Soccer rules, usually acquired through experience officiating or participation;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflicts
  • Leadership qualities and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Recognized Referee Certification or willing to get certified before the start of the season.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the Season:

  • Maintain proper certification by an appropriate governing body;
  • Know and understand all rules specific to Soccer and  league rules;
  • Provide availability to the Head Referee in a timely manner;
  • Attend meetings scheduled by the Head Referee;
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.

During the Season:

  • Officiate all games assigned by the Head Referee;
  • Finding a replacement for any assigned shifts for which you cannot be present;
  • Notify the Head Referee of all shift changes;
  • Ensure games start and end on time;
  • Referee fair and consistent games to the best of your ability;
  • Maintain a positive attitude around participants and peers;
  • Complete appropriate incident/accident reports when necessary prior to leaving the facility;
  • Immediately report major incidents/accidents to the League Supervisor;
  • Provide truthful and detailed reports if asked by the Head Referee or Disciplinary Committee;
  • Stay and officiate a friendly match in the event of a forfeit, as long as the minimum number of participants is present;
  • Communicate throughout the season with Head Referee;
  • Remain professional at all times;
  • Inspect facilities to ensure safe game play

Note: Referees cannot play in a league in which they officiate

Send resume to:

Please send your resume to intramur@uottawa.ca.

 

Volleyball Referee

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.28

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of positions: TBD

All referees are responsible for officiating league games in a respectful, courteous, and professional manor, while providing a fun and safe environment for all Intramural participants. Volleyball referees will implement established Intramural Volleyball rules to the best of their abilities.  Referees report directly to the Volleyball Head referee and work in conjunction with the League Supervisor as well as the Program Coordinator(s) where necessary.

Experience / skills required:

  • Excellent knowledge of Volleyball rules, usually acquired through experience officiating or participation;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflicts
  • Leadership qualities and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Recognized Referee Certification an asset.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the Season:

  • Maintain proper certification by an appropriate governing body;
  • Know and understand all rules specific to the sport, and the league;
  • Provide availability to the Head Referee in a timely manner;
  • Attend meetings scheduled by the Head Referee;
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.

During the Season:

  • Officiate all games assigned by the Head Referee;
  • Finding a replacement for any assigned shifts for which you cannot be present;
  • Notify the Head Referee of all shift changes;
  • Ensure games start and end on time;
  • Referee fair and consistent games to the best of your ability;
  • Maintain a positive attitude around participants and peers;
  • Complete appropriate incident/accident reports when necessary prior to leaving the facility;
  • Immediately report major incidents/accidents to the League Supervisor;
  • Provide truthful and detailed reports if asked by the Head Referee or Disciplinary Committee;
  • Stay and officiate a friendly match in the event of a forfeit, as long as the minimum number of participants is present;
  • Communicate throughout the season with Head Referee;
  • Remain professional at all times;
  • Assist with equipment set up and/or take down;
  • Inspect facilities to ensure safe game play

Note: Referees cannot play in a league in which they officiate

Send resume to:

Please send your resume to intramur@uottawa.ca.

Head Referee - Volleyball

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: 1

Hourly Rate: $14.78

Duration: 10 hours/week, September - April

Job Description:

All referees are required to apply and enforce the rules established for their sport to the best of their abilities. The Volleyball Head Referee is tasked with hiring, managing, and supervising all volleyball referees and ensuring a high level of officiating is maintained and consistent.  The successful candidate must also verify all game sheets, settle any disputes that arise, and sit in on Disciplinary Committee Meetings. Additionally, the Volleyball Head Referee will ensure that all Intramural Program policies and league procedures are upheld to provide an enjoyable and safe playing environment. The Volleyball Head referee  will report to the Intramural Programs’ Coordinator and Assistant Coordinators while working in conjunction with League Supervisors.    

Experience / skills required:

  • Recognized Volleyball Referee Certification;
  • Significant experience working as referee (3+ years);
  • Previous experience in an Intramural  or Recreational Program (participant and/or official);
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR-C/AED from an agency approved by Ontario WSIB
  • Excellent organizational, communication,  and interpersonal skills;
  • Leadership and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written and comprehension) in both English and French;
  • Experience in a supervisory and/or in a customer service role;

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the season:

  • Hire and train volleyball referees;
  • Organize training sessions at the beginning of each term to review rules and general guidelines for the leagues;
  • Ensure all referees are given jerseys. The head referee must also ensure that these jerseys are returned at the end of the season;
  • Gather pertinent information from referees, including direct deposit slips and proof of certification;
  • Create referee schedules in advance;
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and information sessions;
  • Review league rules & make any specific modifications after coordinator approval

During the season:

  • Remain updated on all current rules and procedures;
  • Ensure league rules and procedures are followed fairly by all participants and employees;
  • Find replacements, or replace referees that are unable to attend games;
  • Lead by example when refereeing games;
  • Verify all volleyball game sheets;
  • Continually communicate with Assistant Coordinators throughout season;
  • Perform evaluations of all volleyball referees twice per semester and provide constructive feedback;
  • Submit referees’ hours to the Assistant Coordinator  by deadline to ensure payment;
  • Be in contact with League Supervisors to ensure the leagues run smoothly;
  • In the event of a major incident, the Head Referee must collect all relevant documents and data and meet with the Disciplinary Committee;
  • Work in conjunction with league supervisors to ensure leagues run smoothly;
  • Inform team captains and the League Supervisor of any decisions made regarding a league incident;
  •  Professionally deal with any questions, comments, or concerns from players and/or referees.

Note: Referees cannot play in a league in which they officiate

 

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.

League Supervisor - Hockey

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of Positions: TBD

Intramural League Supervisors are the Intramural Program’s representatives during games. They must promote communication between Intramural Programs’ administration staff and participants. Supervisors are in charge of managing the leagues and ensuring they run smoothly throughout the season. This includes preparing game sheets, taking out and putting away all necessary equipment, completing incident/accident reports when necessary and being available to answer questions from participants. Supervisors must know the rules and regulations of their sport(s) and facilities, and apply them whenever disputes may arise. They will also post all scores and standings and notify affected parties when there are changes to the schedule. Supervisors must administer first-aid , when necessary, and complete appropriate accident forms. They will promote a safe and fun environment for all participants. Supervisors will attend all required training sessions and assist during registration week The League Supervisors report to the Intramural Programs’ Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator.

Experience / Skills Required:

  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills;
  • Strong communication skills
  • Leadership skills and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Experience in a supervisory and/or in a customer service role;
  • Good understanding respective sport(s) and its associated rules
  • Passion for respective sport(s)
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR-C/AED from an agency approved by Ontario WSIB

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the Season

  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.
  • Assist with the pre-season registration and assist in organizing team t-shirts or jerseys.
  • Attend the captain’s meeting once all teams are registered.
  • Organize league binders

During the Season

Before Games:

  • Relay the rules and regulations of the league & facility to employees and participants
  • Print out weekly standings, suspensions, updated team lists and fill out game sheets.
  • Contact team captains for all schedule changes/updates
  • Remain in contact with the Head Referee and the Intramural Programs’ administration staff throughout the season
  • Pick up keys for the equipment
  • Retrieve two-way radios, first-aid kits, and equipment cages
  • Assist Client Services with equipment set up
  • Sign-in & check uOttawa IDs of all participants
  • Inspect facilities for safe game play

During Games:

  • Attend all scheduled games & ensure they run smoothly
  • Keep score and keep track of penalties during each game, on the game sheet
  • Liaise with facility staff when problems occur & assist in settling disputes
  • Fill out incident and/or accident reports when necessary.
  • Make yourself available to answer any questions from participants in your league
  • Distribute prizes when necessary
  • Administer first aid, when required

After Games:

  • Ensure captains sign the game sheet after every game
  • Fax all game sheets as well as any incident or accident reports
  • Assist in putting away all equipment & ensure all equipment is returned
  • Enter team scores and standings at the end of every shift
  • Report any equipment malfunctions
  • Return all keys

Other:

  • Get to know as many participants as possible.
  • Distribute playoff schedules.
  • Hand out league evaluations near the end of the season
  • Present a positive and approachable attitude
  • Show enthusiasm for your league(s)

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.

Flag Football Referee

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.28

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of positions: TBD

All referees are responsible for officiating league games in a respectful, courteous, and professional manor, while providing a fun and safe environment for all Intramural participants. Flag Football referees will implement established Intramural Flag Football rules to the best of their abilities.  Referees report directly to the Flag Football Head referee and work in conjunction with the League Supervisor as well as the Assistant Coordinator(s) where necessary.

Experience / skills required:

  • Excellent knowledge of  Flag Football rules, usually acquired through experience officiating or participation;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflicts
  • Leadership qualities and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Recognized Referee Certification an asset.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the season:

  • Maintain proper certification by an appropriate governing body;
  • Know and understand all rules specific to the sport, and the league;
  • Provide availability to the Head Referee in a timely manner;
  • Attend meetings scheduled by the Head Referee;
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.

During the season:

  • Officiate all games assigned by the Head Referee;
  • Finding a replacement for any assigned shifts for which you cannot be present;
  • Notify the Head Referee of all shift changes;
  • Ensure games start and end on time;
  • Referee fair and consistent games to the best of your ability;
  • Maintain a positive attitude around participants and peers;
  • Complete appropriate incident/accident reports when necessary prior to leaving the facility;
  • Immediately report major incidents/accidents to the League Supervisor;
  • Provide truthful and detailed reports if asked by the Head Referee or Disciplinary Committee;
  • Stay and officiate a friendly match in the event of a forfeit, as long as the minimum number of participants is present;
  • Communicate throughout the season with Head Referee;
  • Remain professional at all times;
  • Assist with equipment set up and/or take down;
  • Inspect facilities to ensure safe game play

Note: Referees cannot play in a league in which they officiate

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.

Hockey Referee

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $22.44

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of positions: TBD

All referees are responsible for officiating league games in a respectful, courteous, and professional manor, while providing a fun and safe environment for all Intramural participants. Hockey referees will implement established Intramural Hockey rules to the best of their abilities. Referees report directly to the Hockey Head referee and work in conjunction with the League Supervisor as well as the Program Coordinator(s) where necessary.

Experience / skills required:

  • Excellent knowledge of Hockey rules, usually acquired through experience officiating or participation;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflicts
  • Leadership qualities and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Recognized Referee Certification or willing to get certified before the start of the season.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the season:

  • Maintain proper certification by an appropriate governing body;
  • Know and understand all rules specific to hockey and hockey league rules;
  • Provide availability to the Head Referee in a timely manner;
  • Attend meetings scheduled by the Head Referee;
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.

During the season:

  • Officiate all games assigned by the Head Referee;
  • Finding a replacement for any assigned shifts for which you cannot be present;
  • Notify the Head Referee of all shift changes;
  • Ensure games start and end on time;
  • Referee fair and consistent games to the best of your ability;
  • Maintain a positive attitude around participants and peers;
  • Complete appropriate incident/accident reports when necessary prior to leaving the facility;
  • Immediately report major incidents/accidents to the League Supervisor;
  • Provide truthful and detailed reports if asked by the Head Referee or Disciplinary Committee;
  • Stay and officiate a friendly match in the event of a forfeit, as long as the minimum number of participants is present;
  • Communicate throughout the season with Head Referee;
  • Remain professional at all times;
  • Inspect facilities to ensure safe game play

Note: Referees cannot play in a league in which they officiate

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.

Dodgeball Referee

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.28

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of positions: TBD

All referees are responsible for officiating league games in a respectful, courteous, and professional manor, while providing a fun and safe environment for all Intramural participants. Dodgeball referees will implement established Intramural Dodgeball rules to the best of their abilities.  Referees report directly to the Dodgeball Head referee and work in conjunction with the League Supervisor as well as the Assistant Coordinator(s) where necessary.

Experience / skills required:

  • Excellent knowledge of Dodgeball rules, usually acquired through experience officiating or participation;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflicts
  • Leadership qualities and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the Season:

  • Maintain proper certification by an appropriate governing body;
  • Know and understand all rules specific to the sport, and the league;
  • Provide availability to the Head Referee in a timely manner;
  • Attend meetings scheduled by the Head Referee;
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.

During the Season:

  • Officiate all games assigned by the Head Referee;
  • Finding a replacement for any assigned shifts for which you cannot be present;
  • Notify the Head Referee of all shift changes;
  • Ensure games start and end on time;
  • Referee fair and consistent games to the best of your ability;
  • Maintain a positive attitude around participants and peers;
  • Complete appropriate incident/accident reports when necessary prior to leaving the facility;
  • Immediately report major incidents/accidents to the League Supervisor;
  • Provide truthful and detailed reports if asked by the Head Referee or Disciplinary Committee;
  • Stay and officiate a friendly match in the event of a forfeit, as long as the minimum number of participants is present;
  • Communicate throughout the season with Head Referee;
  • Remain professional at all times;
  • Assist with equipment set up and/or take down;
  • Inspect facilities to ensure safe game play

Note: Referees cannot play in a league in which they officiate

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.

Basketball Referee

Intramurals

Posting Dates: Monday April 1, 2019 to Monday August 19, 2019

Number of Positions: TBD

Hourly Rate: $14.28

Duration: September - April

Job Description:

Number of Positions: TBD

All referees are responsible for officiating league games in a respectful, courteous, and professional manor, while providing a fun and safe environment for all Intramural participants. Basketball referees will implement established Intramural Basketball rules to the best of their abilities.  Referees report directly to the Basketball Head referee and work in conjunction with the League Supervisor as well as the Assistant Coordinator(s) where necessary.

Experience / skills required:

  • Excellent knowledge of Basketball rules, usually acquired through experience officiating or participation;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage conflicts
  • Leadership qualities and ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Good language competency (oral, written) in both English and French;
  • Recognized Referee Certification or willing to get certified before the start of the season.

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Before the season:

  • Maintain proper certification by an appropriate governing body;
  • Know and understand all rules specific to basketball and basketball league rules;
  • Provide availability to the Head Referee in a timely manner;
  • Attend meetings scheduled by the Head Referee;
  • Attend all mandatory meetings and training sessions.

During the season:

  • Officiate all games assigned by the Head Referee;
  • Finding a replacement for any assigned shifts for which you cannot be present;
  • Notify the Head Referee of all shift changes;
  • Ensure games start and end on time;
  • Referee fair and consistent games to the best of your ability;
  • Maintain a positive attitude around participants and peers;
  • Complete appropriate incident/accident reports when necessary prior to leaving the facility;
  • Immediately report major incidents/accidents to the League Supervisor;
  • Provide truthful and detailed reports if asked by the Head Referee or Disciplinary Committee;
  • Stay and officiate a friendly match in the event of a forfeit, as long as the minimum number of participants is present;
  • Communicate throughout the season with Head Referee;
  • Remain professional at all times;
  • Inspect facilities to ensure safe game play

Note: Referees cannot play in a league in which they officiate

Send resume to:

Please send your resume and a cover letter to intramur@uottawa.ca.