Full-Time Employment Opportunities

Wellbeing CenterWake Forest University is committed to providing a world-class collegiate wellbeing program for students and employees.  The Wake Forest Wellbeing Center staff cultivate an environment where members of the University engage in life-long healthy, social and active lifestyles.  With 85% of undergraduates residing on campus within a 15-minute walk of the facility, the newly renovated and expanded 185,000 square foot WF Wellbeing Center serves as the campus social, fitness, and recreation center.  In its first full year of operation, the facility welcomed members of the campus community over 350,000 times and employed 280 students.

See available positions below. All applications are made through Wake Forest Human Resources at hr.wfu.edu.

  • Aquatics Coordinator

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    Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of Wake Forest’s aquatics facilities and programs including: staff recruitment, hiring, training, and oversight; management of pool and support areas; and revenue generation through master’s swim program, swim lessons, summer camps, and rentals. Responsible for establishing and achieving area and employee goals, assessing performance, providing feedback and making data driven decisions. The coordinator increases participation and diversification of aquatic programs and participants. The coordinator will collaborate with Campus Life partners to promote student engagement and foster physical wellbeing by all members of the campus community. Additionally, the coordinator assists the department’s First Aid/CPR/AED training program.

  • Facility Coordinator

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    The Coordinator provides oversight and supervision for facility and operational needs of Campus Recreation spaces with focus, attention, and care to the strength & conditioning and cardio fitness areas which includes 6 unique fitness zones and over 140,000 gross square footage of recreational space. A vital component of this position is a demonstrated ability to work autonomously with initiative, critical and creative thinking, as well as a strong commitment to collaboration, student and part-time staff development, and customer service.

  • Operations Coordinator

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    The Coordinator provides oversight and supervision for facility and operational needs of Campus Recreation spaces with focus, attention, and care to all aspects of facility operations. The Coordinator and their staff are responsible for creating a hospitable and welcoming environment for all facility users, program participants, and guests. A vital component of this position is a demonstrated ability to work autonomously with initiative, critical and creative thinking, as well as a strong commitment to collaboration, student and part-time staff development, and customer service.