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The Department of Campus Recreation at the University of New Hampshire is an organization that strives to provide extraordinary recreational programs and services that enhance a healthy lifestyle. Whether it is teaching a group exercise class, leading a trip to the White Mountains, officiating flag football, interacting with participants of the Hamel Recreation Center, driving a Zamboni, teaching a cooking class, there is a role for everyone.

Thousands of participants engage in Campus Recreation programming every day. UNH Campus Recreation relies upon 250 staff members to ensure that every participant has a positive and safe experience. The goal of employment with UNH Campus Recreation is that student employees have developmental work experience that provides staff with skills that can be carried into their professional careers.

Find Your Fit at UNH Campus Recreation

UNH Campus Recreation is seeking staff who are committed to providing extraordinary services and are ready to approach their work with a positive attitude.  

How to Apply

Hiring timeline and application information are listed below. If the best fit position isn't currently available, be sure to check back throughout the year, as positions may become available.  Click on the "apply now" button to apply through Handshake. Positions that are open to apply from outside of UNH, click on the highlighted text for a PDF of job description and how to apply.

Current Job Openings
Position Program Area Application Closes  
Bouldering Wall Route Setter Outdoor Adventures December 22 Apply Now
Risk Management Program Assistant Risk Management February 2 Apply Now
Group Exercise Instructor Fitness Rolling Apply Now
Basketball Official  Intramural Sports Rolling Apply Now
Lifeguard Aquatics Rolling

UNH Applicants


Personal Trainer Fitness Rolling Apply Now
Swim Instructor Aquatics November 10

unh applicants


Sport Club Supervisor Sport Clubs Rolling Apply Now


Student Learning Outcomes

Risk Management - Through ongoing participation in risk management training, Campus Recreation student staff members will be able to identify risks associated with facilitating program activities, mitigate risk factors, and implement departmental protocols
Leadership - Through participation in ongoing staff training, Campus Recreation student staff will apply leadership skills to facilitate programs and services.
Organizational & Professional Development - Through participation in ongoing training, Campus Recreation student staff members will demonstrate knowledge of accessibility, inclusivity, multiculturalism and cultural humility.