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Attendant

Job Description

Essential Functions: 

  • Monitor members in the Olympic lifting and Powerlifting space to ensure safety and well-being during participation
  • Clean and sanitize facility space and exercise equipment to provide a safe area
  • Educate members on Rec Wellness Center and OPL policies, enforcing them when required
  • Utilize Fusion software to monitor daily reservations and member check-in
  • Report injuries and incidents to Facility Supervisor and OPL Pro-staff
  • Employ strong decision-making and conflict resolution skills with members when policies and/or procedures are violated
  • Follow established open/close procedures to ensure the security and safety
  • Coordinate emergency and evacuation procedures that include care for the injured, initiation of the emergency action plan, notification of appropriate university and community authorities, and completion of paperwork
  • Act as a first responder for health and weather-related emergencies
  • Utilize When to Work to communicate work availability to supervisors and co-workers
  • Effectively use time-management skills for all shifts and essential functions
  • Attend all mandatory in-services, meetings, and trainings

Job Expectations:

  • Utilize When to Work to communicate work availability to supervisors and co-workers
  • Effectively use time-management skills for all shifts and essential functions
  • Arrive promptly for shifts, dressed in provided uniforms, presenting a professional appearance and enthusiastic attitude
  • Greet and interact with members in a welcoming and friendly manner
  • Responsible for playing appropriate music for members while working out
  • Attend all mandatory in-services, meetings, and trainings
  • Follow procedures set forth in the employee handbook, as well as all departmental and university policies

 

 General Schedule:

This position will be scheduled to work 3 to 6-hour shifts when OPL is open for members and/or club practices.  The position is available Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters with hours available during semester and holiday breaks.  A minimum of 9 hours per week is required with a max of 20 hours. 

Job Requirements

  • Currently enrolled student of Auburn University
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0
  • Must obtain and maintain a current CPR/First Aid/AED certification.
  • Complete Securing the Human training within one week of email notification (annually)
  • Possess customer service and weightlifting experience

 Physical Requirements:

  • Position requires the ability to lift and push equipment approximately 50 lbs. in weight
  • Position requires being on your feet and walking
  • Knowledge and skill for proper spotting of members on lifts when necessary
  • Operate vacuums and other cleaning equipment

 Preferred Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and experience in Olympic and Powerlifting
  • Current certifications related to Olympic and Powerlifting (i.e. USAW, NASM CPT)
  • Previous Recreation experience
  • Experience in customer service

Location Olympic/Powerlifting (OPL) 
Compensation $8.25-$10 
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