Employment

Join the KSU Intramural Sports staff by becoming a sport official or scorekeeper.  No prior experience is needed!  Officials are hired at the beginning of the Fall semester and end of the Spring semester.  Officials start at $8 per hour with the opportunity to be promoted to Intramural Supervisor during employment.

Student Employment Opportunities:

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    Job Description:
    Sport Officials are the foundation of the Intramural Sports program.  Sport Officials referee and scorekeep the contests coordinated by the program throughout the academic year, as well as assisting in the setup and breakdown of game facilities.  Uniforms and any gear needed to officiate games is provided by the program.  All staff members are trained to officiate the sports of their choosing, but must attend all of the training to be eligible for that sport.  Hours vary based on employees availability, which can be updated weekly.  Minimum hours required to be available is 5 hours per week, maximum hours scheduled per week is 20.

    Kennesaw State University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and/or veteran status.


    Required Qualifications:
    Student assistants must be currently enrolled in at least a half-time credit load (at least 6 hours) at KSU with the primary goal of achieving a degree.


    Desired Qualifications:

    • Individuals with previous experience in officiating sports
    • Individuals with certification in officiating sports
    • Individuals with current CPR/AED/FA certification
    • Individuals with previous sports experience as player

     

For more information, please contact the Intramural Sports Office at IMSports@kennesaw.edu.

 

Where Are They Now? Intramural Sports Career Stories:

  • Jon Fey

    1. What year did you graduate and what degree did you receive?
    2016, Health and Physical Education

    2. What position(s) did you hold with the program?
    Intramural Sports Supervisor and Intramural Program Assistant

    3. Where are you working now, what is your job title and what are your key responsibilities?
    University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Graduate Assistant for Competitive Sports, oversee the daily operations of Competitive Sports officials and programs.

    4. What advice would you give students currently in the program?
    Attend conferences and take advantage of learning from other programs and universities.

  • Michael C. head shot for feature
    1. What year did you graduate and what degree did you receive?
    B.S. in Exercise and Health Sciences, 2012 

    2. What position(s) did you hold with the program?
    Intramural Sports Supervisor and Official

    3. Where are you working now, what is your job title and what are your key responsibilities?
    Assistant Director of Recreational Sports & Wellness at Mercer University. I am responsible for the oversight of the Intramural Sports and Group Fitness programs and staff within our department.

    4. What advice would you give students currently in the program?
    Have fun and enjoy all of the experiences you can gain from working for the KSU program. Every student can gain valuable skills from their experiences that will help them achieve their career goals after they graduate from KSU. The professsionals in the program during my time as an undergraduate student and the current professionals are great leaders and always willing to mentor their students in all aspects of life.
  • Where Are They Now feature

    1. What year did you graduate and what degree did you receive?
    Sport Management in 2007

    2. What position(s) did you hold with the program?
    Faculty Supervisor and Intramural Supervisor. Intern for Sports Clubs after Grad School

    3. Where are you working now, what is your job title and what are your key responsibilities?
    I currently work at Missouri Univeristy of Science and Technology. My title is Intramural Manager and I'm responsible for the administration of our Intramural Sports and Fitness programming, operations of the Student Recreation Center and all outdoor recreational facilities.

    4. What advice would you give students currently in the program?
    My advice would be to take full advantage of all the opportunities you have to develop transferable skills that will prepare you for future employment.
        

 

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