Aquatics

Lifeguard  |  Swim Instructor  |  Water Exercise Instructor

LIFEGUARD

 

Applications are available online and are being accepted at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. Please fill out your application completely and attach a copy of your resume and certifications for Lifeguarding/FA/CPR/AED and any additional certifications. All applications must be received no later than the day before a try-out.

Try-outs take place at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. During the try-out lifeguard applicants will be required to complete a swimming/skills test which is outlined below. Interviews are held following the try-out sessions. If hired, applicants will need I-9 documents- Click here for the list of acceptable I-9 documents. 

  • 50-meter head up freestyle sprint
  • 200-meter IM (with sidestroke replacing butterfly)
  • Mock rescue scenarios- including First Aid; CPR/AED; passive submerged; suspected head, neck, or back injury; etc.      

Upcoming Try-out dates:

    Apr 8th 10am-12pm

    Apr 22nd 10am-12pm

    Apr 29th 10am-12pm

    May 13th 10am-12pm

    May 20th 10am-12pm

To register for a try-out please contact Siobhan Goodwell at sgoodwell@recreation.ucla.edu

Pay Rate: starts at $13-$14/hr

 


SWIM INSTRUCTOR 

Swimming/Skills Test Instructor applicants will be required to complete a swimming/skills test. The test requires the following: 

  • Must be able to demonstrate swimming 25 yards each of front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, elementary backstroke, and butterfly (15 yards) using proper technique. 
  • Must be able to demonstrate the ability to float on back for one minute.
  • Must be able to demonstrate the ability to tread water for one minutes.
  • Successfully complete mock teaching scenarios.

The sessions will be held at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center's Family Pool. 

What if I want to be a lifeguard or Water Safety Instructor, but I’m not certified? UCLA Recreation offers a number of Lifeguarding and Water Safety courses throughout the year. Check the Rec Quarterly or call (310) 825-3671 for a schedule of courses. 

Pay Rate: starts at $12.50/hr. 

Work Hours: Work hours are flexible and include weekends, evenings, holidays, and quarter breaks.   

Contact: Maria Larios, mlarios@recreation.ucla.edu, (310) 825-3411 

WATER EXERCISE INSTRUCTOR  

Job Description: Instructors plan and conduct water exercise classes, evaluate student achievement, communicate appropriately with students, and complete necessary paperwork. Work hours are flexible and include weekends, evenings. Preferred certification: AEA Certification or equivalent aquatic fitness certification, American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, Lifeguard, Community CPR, First Aid

Competitive Sports

UCLA Competitive Sports is HIRING for General Managers and Officials. Applications are due Wednesday, December 6th at 5 PM! To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Megan Normansell (mnormansell@recreation.ucla.edu)

Intramural Sports Official

The Intramural Sports Student Official enforces appropriate rules and regulations for each specific sport or event, conducts contest in a professional manner, maintains professional attitude and appearance with employees, participants and spectators, works positively with other assigned Intramural Sports personnel, and maintains a safe environment for all participants.  No experience necessary, training is provided.  Evening and weekend hours required. Pay starts at $12/hour. 

 

General Manager (WORK STUDY ONLY POSITION)

The Intramural Sports Student General Manager (GM) is responsible for enforcing appropriate rules and regulations for each specific sport or event. The GM must have effective communication skills and be responsible.  Additionally, the GM must be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends.  Pay starts at $12/hour. 

 

Club Sports Event Staff

The Club Sports Event Staff assists full-time staff and student coordinator with the administration and supervision of the club sports program.  The events staff must have effective communication skills (both verbal and written), demonstrate good judgment when making decisions, and be responsible.  Additionally, the events staff must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekday evenings and weekends.    

 

Competitive Sports Field Attendant

The Competitive Sports Field Attendant assists full-time staff, student coordinators, and student supervisors with the administration and supervision of the Intramural Field within the Jackie Robinson Sports Complex. The attendant must have effective communication skills (both verbal and written), demonstrate good judgment when enforcing policies, and be responsible.  Additionally, the field attendant must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekday and weekend days and nights.     

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

Martial Arts

FITWELL / Kinross Recreation Center

FITWELL Consultant (John Wooden Center)

Description:

Supervise and ensure safety of participants in all Strength and Conditioning areas within JWC, including all cardio and strength areas.  Assist members with general use of strength and cardio equipment including set-up and safety features. Maintain records of room usage, incidents, equipment-checkout and equipment conditions.  Organize, monitor, and clean the strength  & cardio equipment. Monitor access and serve members at the FITWELL desk by greeting and assisting patrons in person, over the phone and via email, creating/inputting simple data on computers and promoting programs and services. Open/close facility when needed. Work flexible hours including weekend and holidays. Positions are year round for UCLA students. Students may work up to 19.5 hrs/week during the academic quarter and up to 40 hrs/week during the academic breaks.

Required Qualifications:

  • Must be able to lift and move heavy weights (up to 55 pounds)
  • Must be a UCLA student
  • Minimum of six months fitness training experience -work related or personal
  • Must be available to work at least 12 hours/week. Must be available for at least one opening shift (starting at 5:15am), closing shift (ending at 10pm or 1am) per week and one weekend/holiday shift per quarter

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Work study preferred
  • Self-motivated, friendly, positive attitude
  • Minimum of six months customer service experience
  • Minimum one year strength training experience -work related or personal



FITWELL Consultant (KREC)

FITWELL Consultant (Bruin Fitness Center - BFIT)

 

Instructional Programs

There are no open positions at this time.

John Wooden Center

Marina Aquatic Center

Kayaking Instructor

Skilled Sea Kayaking instructors are needed. ACA or BCU instructor certification is desired. First Aid and CPR certification required. Lifeguard certification a plus. Contact Nora Lee for more information. 310.823.0048 OA@UCLA.EDU

Rowing Instructor

Contact: Nora Lee  (310.823.0048 / nlee@recreation.ucla.edu)

Sailing Instructor

Contact: Nora Lee  (310.823.0048 / nlee@recreation.ucla.edu)

Surfing Instructor

Windsurfing Instructor

Contact: Nora Lee  (310.823.0048 / nlee@recreation.ucla.edu)

Marketing

There are currently no open positions at this time.

Operations & Events

Sports Assistant

Description: Provide general maintenance for Pauley Pavilion, Drake Track Stadium, Los Angeles Tennis Center, Sunset Canyon Tennis Courts and Sycamore Tennis Courts. Required to set up and strike bleachers, tables, chairs, mats, and sporting equipment for various athletic events and or cultural special events. Most of the primary duties are physical labor. Required to work early mornings, evenings and weekends. Provide stand by labor for athletic and special events. 

Qualifications: Qualified candidates must be self motivated, able to follow instructions, and work with minimal supervision. Attention to detail is critical. You must be able to work mornings (most shifts begin at 7:30am), evenings, weekends and holidays. Must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds. Familiarity with the campus and surrounding community is preferred. Interest in sports is a plus. 

Work Hours: You must be able to work mornings (most shifts begin at 7:30am), evenings, weekends and holidays. 

Contact: Edgar Torres, etorres@recreation.ucla.edu

 

Sales and Service

Front Desk Clerk - Sunset Canyon Recreation Center

The Front Desk Clerk is the first point of contact for all customers entering the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. They must create a friendly and welcoming environment and perform specific duties listed on our full job description

Apply Here: UCLA Recreation Application

Hiring Manager: Sabrina Basoff  sbasoff@recreation.ucla.edu

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Cashier- JWC

If you are organized, punctual, and friendly, this position may be right for you. Please use the link to fill out an application and return it to the hiring manager. Summer availability is preferred.

Apply Here: UCLA Recreation Application

Hiring Manager: Charlotte Burns  cburns@recreation.ucla.edu

Youth Programs

Youth Staff

  • Winter Quarter
  • Hours up to 17.5 weekly (must be available to work 2-4 hours from Mon - Thur between 4:30pm - 11:00pm)
  • Pay Rate: Starting at $10.50/hour

General supervision of multiple children while facilitating program rules, regulations and safety expectations; ability to maintain energy and excitement among children through creativity and flexibility; welcoming and supervising children; plan and implement recreational activities for children; constantly model positive behavior for to children through excitement and participation in daily activities; attend to injuries and illnesses; effectively communicate with and assist parents with regard to specific programming; attend and engage in staff orientation sessions and meetings as required; maintain facilities as they relate to children and camp facilities; and any additional duties as assigned. 

Preferred Qualifications: Current American Red Cross First-Aid & CPR certification; prior experience working with children in a recreational, educational, and/or large group setting; willingness to establish a professional rapport with children, parents, other staff members, and administrators in an energetic and enthusiastic manner; strong leadership, organizational, child management, and instructional skills with children; ability to participate in activities with children in a way that is engaging, fun, mindful, and safe, while maintaining a supervisory role; ability to have fun.

To apply, please email resume to: camphr@recreation.ucla.edu