Officiate intramural soccer, volleyball, softball, flag football, basketball, and more! Officiating IM Sports at WSU can lead to many other opportunities at WSU and in the Pullman community including officiating for the Washington State High School Athletic Association or being involved in various extramural tournaments.
Be an Intramural Official!
Officials are hired on a semester basis and work the majority of intramural sports for that semester. Applications for spring 2020 will coincide with the UREC hiring process.
UREC Hiring Sessions (Mandatory for anyone wanting to officiate for Spring 2019)
- Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - 5:00 pm in CUB Auditorium
- Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 5:00 pm in CUB Auditorium
Previous experience not necessary but recommended. You only need to attend one hiring session and apply online. The position will be posted on wsu.joinhandshake.com on Friday, September 20.
Please direct all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completion of I-9 Form
This form is required in the hiring process. University Recreation must verify your eligibility to work in the United States with an I-9 form. You must present original documents such as a U.S. Passport, Certificate of Naturalization, or, most commonly, a driver's license and social security card to the Business Office in the Student Recreation Center (a list of acceptable documents can be found here). Together with Business Office staff, you will complete this form before at a scheduled time prior to your first day of work, but after you attend the IM Officials Information Session.
All officials make $12.25/hour no matter the sport.
Practicum Students - IM Sports also offers practicum opportunities to students in the WSU Sport Management program and Kinesiology program. Please contact IM Sports staff with any questions regarding these positions.
The Intramural Sports program provides an official's incentive program in order to aid in the retention of officials as well as recognize their outstanding service to the program. Included in this program is a set of criteria that officials have to meet in order to receive established awards. Officials who serve as clinicians and/or officiate final championship games in all divisions will receive an intramural championship t-shirt (limit of one per sport). Officials must work a minimum of 10 games/sport to qualify in that sport for an incentive level.