Position InformationAdvertising Department CAMPUS RECREATION AND WELLNESS
Academic Term/Year Fall 2023-Spring 2024 Position Title Federal Work Study (On-Campus) -North Rec Utility Workers Posting Number 05433 Position Number 05433 Student Job Category Student - Federal Work Study On-Campus Number of Vacancies 10 Job Description
ECU Campus Recreation and Wellness is currently seeking several North Recreational Complex Utility Workers. All work will be performed outside at the North Recreational Complex location. These employees must be available to work approximately 12 to 38 hours each week between the hours of 7:00 am and 4:00 pm. There is no weekend or night time work required. Applicants must be prepared to work in various weather conditions. Employees will learn all facets of properly maintaining an athletic complex; including basic sports turf fundamentals, field layouts, painting, turf equipment and cultivate practices for turf grass.
Tasks to be performed include but are not limited to: mowing, edging, weed trimming, pruning, backpack blowing, trash pick-up, spraying, painting athletic fields, and assembling athletic equipment.
Preferred (Majors, Experience, GPA, etc.)
Must be a currently enrolled student in good academic standing. Any prior experience in landscaping, sports turf management or operating heavy equipment is a plus. Applicant must have a valid NC driver's license, able to lift 50 pounds and experienced in operating gas powered equipment.
Special Instructions to Applicant
Please upload your Resume, Class schedules, and Federal Work Study Authorization form online. Please be sure to outline any outdoor experience in your resume or cover letter.
To be ELIGIBLE for FEDERAL WORK STUDY POSITIONS, students MUST QUALIFY and RECEIVE an AWARD from the ECU Financial Aid Office (Old Cafeteria Complex, 252-328-6610.)
Quick Link for Direct Access https: // ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/64010 Open Date 07/18/2023 Close Date 04/01/2024 Open Until Filled NoSupplemental Questions
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