Want to Work our Camps?
Thank you for your interest in working The University of Texas Longhorns Boys Basketball Summer Camps. In order to be considered for employment, you must submit your resume and the completed application via email to email@example.com or by fax to 512-471-4160.
2017 Camp Employee Application
We will begin accepting applications March 1st and review them on a rolling basis. All applications are due by April 15th at 5pm.
Please be aware that NCAA rules prohibit us, or any other university, from hiring any individual who is associated with a prospect currently being recruited by the institution, or from hiring a prospect (grades 7-12) who is an athletics award winner (letterwinner). Our compliance department will review each staff application to determine whether there are any NCAA rules issues with your potential employment at our camps.
Also note that Texas Senate Bill 1414 requires that camp employees/volunteers pass a certified training and testing program on child abuse and molestation awareness (CAMAT). You must complete an online training session and pass the review within the last two years in order to be employed by The University of Texas camp programs. Once you have submitted your application and are offered employment, our Human Resources Department will send instructions so that you may complete the CAMAT program, along with additional paperwork and training modules required for all University employees.
Staff members are expected and required to maintain a professional appearance, and to conduct themselves with the highest standards of behavior expected of staff, role models, and supervisors of The University of Texas at Austin. Applicants must agree to work in an alcohol, tobacco, and drug-free environment upon hiring. Inappropriate language and behavior will not be tolerated at any time.
The University of Texas at Austin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, citizenship status, Vietnam era or special disabled veteran’s status, or sexual orientation.