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    The Department of Campus Recreation at West Virginia University employs a team of nine Graduate Assistants in the areas outlined below. Graduate Assistants work collaboratively with professional staff and others toward achieving our mission of  providing ...

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    Over some years we have provided cable TV in our fitness facility for participants to view mainly while doing cardio. Currently we have had to disconnect cable in our facility due to increasing cable costs. Prior to removing the TV's we wanted to see ...

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    The Recreational Sports Department at Keene State College invites applications for a Coordinator of Intramural Sports and Club Sports. Reporting to the Director of Recreational & Intramural Sports, the Coordinator administers all aspects of the Intramural ...

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    There are few of us who are not actively, and sometimes frantically, hiring students as our programs return to full swing. Because we are all going through it, we might as well collaborate! Join RecChat this week, Thursday, October 28 th at 2pm EST ...

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    SIUE Recreation Coordinator (Club Sports) Job Description : Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Recreational Programs, the Club Sports Coordinator is responsible for the planning, development, and implementation of a comprehensive ...

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    University Recreation   at the University of Arkansas is looking to hire a   Facility Coordinator   to manage the   day-to-day   operations of the HPER building, UREC Sports Complex and the BRAND NEW, 12 court, UREC   Tennis Center opening in ...

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