Activity Monitor, Intramural Sports Spring & Summer 2023

Become an Activity Monitor for Campus and Community Recreation Intramurals Sports.

activity monitor intramural sports Spring and Summer 2023 Semester

Position: Activity Monitor, Intramural Sports Spring & Summer 2023
Employment Dates: May 14, 2023 to Aug 26, 2024
Number of Positions: up to 10
Compensation: starting at $15.39/hour
Benefits: 4% vacation pay, 3.46% stat pay; 1.5 premium
Hours: 8-10 hours a week
Type: casual staff, hourly
Division: Campus and Community Recreation
Department: Support and Recreation Services

Deadline for application is Friday, March 17, 2023 @ 12:00 p.m.

Campus & Community Recreation strives to inspire and empower exceptional life experiences through recreation, sport, and wellness. Our mission is to facilitate and deliver leading-edge programs, events, services, and facilities for our community. Join our Intramural Sports Program for the Spring & Summer 2023 term(s)! Intramural Sports Programs are sport leagues and special events run by students for students, staff, faculty, and community members. Intramurals are an opportunity to play with friends - old and new - in an environment that celebrates teamwork, mutual respect and, most of all, fun! Our mission is to improve student life through sport, plain and simple.

Reporting to the Student-Led Activities Program Supervisor, with direct support from Intramural Sports Programs Recreation Facilitators and Intramural Sports Program Coordinator; the Activity Monitor is a student position responsible for on-the-ground delivery of Intramural Sports Programs, including set-up, take-down, scorekeeping, timekeeping, signing in participants, monitoring activity participation, and risk management.

Learning Opportunities

With the support of the CCR Full Time Staff and our student Recreation Facilitators, this position will gain:

  • Develop effective communication and leadership skills
  • Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Develop an enhanced ability to work with a diverse range of clients and colleagues
  • Foster good judgment and discretion in dealing with confidential information
  • Increase knowledge of interactive web-based program management platforms
  • Demonstrate a complete understanding of the sport and its rules

Position Responsibilities

  • Conduct sport programs in a professional and organized manner
  • Represent Campus & Community Recreation as the face for Intramural Sport Programming using excellent customer service skills
  • Represent Campus & Community Recreation during Intramural game nights or weekend shifts (4-12 hours per week average, dependant on registration numbers for our programs), and ongoing email communication with fellow Intramural staff
  • Scorekeeping and/or timekeeping
  • Providing First Aid as needed
  • Data and statistics keeping, either electronically or written
  • Signing in participants
  • Set-up and take-down of equipment
  • Respond to Intramural participant injuries, coordinating first aid response and completing appropriate documentation
  • Respond to participant conflicts in accordance with Intramural policies and procedures
  • Effectively communicate with Recreation Facilitators and Referees
  • Adhere to and implement Campus & Community Recreation policies and procedures in a fair and prudent manner
  • Commit to inclusivity and respect for all colleagues and participants

Working Conditions

Physical Demands:

  • Assist with set-up and take-down of equipment
  • Providing First Aid as needed

Work Environment: 

  • Indoor and outdoor environment
  • May work in extreme conditions on a limited basis (snow and cold temperatures, sun and hot
  • Noise is expected during game play
  • Areas may be slippery (pool deck, ice rink), or muddy (outdoor fields, diamonds) etc.
  • Time commitment will be approximately 5-10 hours per week, primarily evenings


  • Must be enrolled (2023-24) as a full-time University of Alberta student
  • Be available to work flexible hours including some evenings, occasional weekends, and daytime hours. Statutory holidays will be off as well as (unpaid) vacation requests, where applicable.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
  • Knowledge of sport, recreation, wellness programs and/or event management is an asset.
  • Current Standard First Aid (within the last 3 years) and CPR C (within the last year) certification.

Application Procedures:

  1. Go to
  2. Select “Apply Online” to complete a google form application submission.
  3. You will be asked to submit your resume as part of your application.

We thank all interested applicants; however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified persons. We encourage women; First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons; members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and the University to apply.



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Contact Us

General Inquiries:
2-670 Van Vliet Complex, University of Alberta

Ph: 780.492.2555

If the staff member’s recertification date for Standard First Aid* and/or CPR level C** is due within the first 3 months of employment, they must recertify prior to beginning employment.

*Standard First Aid - (Recertification: every 3 years)
**CPR level C - (Recertification: annual / every 1 year)