The Wellness & Health Promotion department provides our students with many opportunities to develop the leadership and skills needed to succeed. No matter what your educational background is, we offer a variety of positions that will challenge you and help you reach your leadership potential.
How to Apply
The Wellness Center is currently hiring for a number of open positions.
Follow the steps below to fill out an application on JobX.
- Click the JobX link or go to https://und.studentemployment.ngwebsolutions.com/.
- Select Apply For Jobs on the homepage.
- Under the Quick Search section, choose one of the following options:
- Federal Work-Study Jobs (if you have work-study funds available).
- On-Campus Institutional Jobs.
- View available positions. Check the box next to the job(s) you would like to apply for.
- Select the Apply for Selected Jobs button.
- Sign in to the application portal with your campus login information.
- Fill out application information. (Remember to attach a cover letter and resume).
Type of Positions Offered
Student Program Managers: We have several Student Program Manager positions, which provide leadership and support for several program areas. Responsibilities may include scheduling, training, supervision, special events, outreach, and more.
- Esports Program Manager
- Fitness/Group Exercise Program Manager
- Guest Services Program Manager
- Health Promotion Peer Educator Program Manager
- Intramural Sports Program Manager
- Rock Wall Program Manager
- Team Wellness Program Manager
Wellness Center Facility Managers - The Facility Manager is responsible for ensuring safe and efficient operating conditions at the wellness center and surrounding facilities. They foster an environment of teamwork and collaboration among all other student staff. Facility managers make sure the facility and all programs within it are operated according to risk management standards and department policies, guidelines, and expectations.
Guest Services Associates - Guest Services Associates are responsible for a variety of tasks at the Wellness Center, including greeting and checking in guests, promoting membership sales, submitting work orders, cleaning duties, and providing all-around exceptional service to UND Wellness Center members and guests.
Social Media Intern - This position will have the opportunity to gain experience managing the department’s presence on all social media platforms. Working in collaboration with the Wellness Center administration, this position creates content, manages user engagement, and designs strategy to ensure that the department has a consistent and strong identity on all social media platforms.
Sports and Recreation
Esports Attendants - Esports Attendants are responsible for assisting participants and creating a safe and fun gaming environment. This will be accomplished by providing information, encouragement, training, and supervision.
Rock Wall Attendants - Rock Wall Attendants are responsible for assisting participants with rock wall equipment, belaying climbers, and creating a safe and fun environment.
Intramural Officials - Intramural Officials ensure a safe game environment and enforce all rules and polices of the Intramural program and Wellness Center.
Intramural Scorekeepers - Intramural Scorekeepers are responsible for managing game logistics, recording team and player statistics, and enforcing all rules and policies of the Intramural program and Wellness Center.
Intramural Supervisors - The Intramural Supervisor is responsible for on-site supervision and administration of the various intramural sports activates. Supervisors are also responsible for overseeing and managing a safe and pleasant atmosphere for Intramural participants and for assisting the processional staff and program managers when needed.
Group Exercise Instructors - Instructors lead members, in a group environment, through a pre-arranged format of exercises designed to enhance overall fitness, strength, and endurance, while ensuring the safety of the members is not compromised. Instructors will also serve as a resource to educate members on various aspects of fitness.
Personal Trainers - Personal trainers are responsible for designing and leading workouts that will help clients accomplish their fitness goals through positive encouragement, motivation, and fostering internal desire to improve in a safe, correct, and appropriate way.
Fitness (FLEX) Intern - The FLEX Intern perform basic fitness appointments and assists with outreach projects within the Wellness Center & the Healthy UIND Physical Activity Subcommittee as they occur.
Fitness Sevice Associates - Fitness Service Associates are responsible for ensuring safety, equipment cleanliness, and fitness floor cleanliness; keeping inventory of fitness equipment; and scheduling appointments for Personal Trainers and Interns in a friendly and personable manner.
Fitness Specialists - In addition to the Fitness Service Associate duties, the fitness specialist performs fitness assessments and individual one on one customer service interactions.
CPR-First Aid Instructors - The CPR and First Aid Instructor is responsible for teaching First Aid/CPR/AED training classes for Health & Wellness employees, UND affiliates, and the greater Grand Forks community.
Culinary Corner Assistants - The Culinary Corner Office Assistant assists the Health Promotion Coordinator with the administration of the Culinary Corner program area.
Culinary Corner Instructors - Instructors deliver cooking demonstrations while emphasizing research and nutritional principles to the UND and Greater Grand Forks community in a fun and applicable way. Instructors also demonstrate healthy food choices and proper preparation methods as well as safe food handling procedures.
Health Promotion Peer Educators - Peer Educators serve as members of the Wellness & Health Promotion Team at UND. They reach out to UND students through the use of presentations, programs, and outreach initiatives to support students in reaching their personal health and academic goals. Peer educators also serve as positive role models at UND by demonstrating good judgment, ethical behavior, and respect for others and self, especially in relation to health and wellness issues.
Work Well Program Assistant - Work Well supports and promotes the health and wellness of staff and faculty at the University of North Dakota. The Program Assistant works with the Coordinator of Work Well to organize programs and special events, manage day-to-day operations and serve as an active member of the team.