Experience and knowledge of various fitness equipment
Provide member service though: interacting with members, assisting with spotting, educating members on how to use equipment, and answering questions.
Teaching members and guest’s basic equipment set up.
Maintain a clean, safe, and organized fitness floor by re-racking weights, picking up towels and/or trash, refilling sanitizing wipe containers, and noting any needs of equipment repair. Report equipment issues to the Fitness Director.
Disinfect and clean equipment.
Reporting complaints, ensuring members are signing in, maintaining equipment maintenance records, and enforcing rules and regulations of facility.
Actively supervise the fitness center.
Circulate fitness floor at least once every 15-20 minutes and assist members in safe and effective exercise form.
Perform opening/closing procedures of the fitness center.
Attend all mandatory staff meetings, and professional development courses deemed necessary by the Fitness Director.
Must be available to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.
Minimum floor shift requirement based on weekly personal training clientele base.
Responsible for being punctual for scheduled shifts. A nametag must be worn during personal training sessions, fitness floor shifts, and any time during scheduled shifts.
Always represent the Fitness Center in a positive & professional manner. Introduce yourself, greet members by first name, smile, engage in conversation, answer questions, and book appointments.
Promote the personal training program during fitness floor shifts and contacting interested members within 24 hours of receiving a lead.
Maintain a client base by selling new packages and encouraging current clients to continue. Assist in development and implementation of new programing, events, and classes.
Develop safe and effective exercise programs utilizing progression; programs are consistent with member’s goals/needs and within the scope of your education and knowledge your currently possess.
Maintain up-to-date client records and accountability for tracking pending client appointments.
When personal training during your scheduled fitness floor shift, training must be done within the Fitness Center or on building property and may only be done for up to 10 hours of your weekly scheduled shift. *These hours can be adjusted if job duties and responsibilities are being met and adhered to*
Lead group fitness classes
Perform member orientations, evaluate health history, conduct assessments, demonstrate equipment usage, and develop a safe, effective workout plan.
Encourage members to participate in program offerings: For example: small group and/or semiprivate training classes, Group Exercise classes, and adult/youth programing. Keep up to date on current program offerings.
Enforce all Fitness Center rules and policies.
Nationally accredited training certification (ACSM, NASM, NSCA, ACE) and/or a degree in health, wellness, and/or fitness-related field
Certification in CPR/AED/First Aid
Experience in the health and fitness industry
Experience a point-of-sale software program.
Skills and Knowledge:
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and ability to be trained in any necessary software.
Must possess up-to-date knowledge of fitness protocols.
Must be able to work in a busy environment.
Must be willing to work weekend shifts and a variety of weekday shifts that may include mornings, and/or nights.
Position calls for sitting, standing, and walking throughout the building.
Routinely lifts and carries, moves, and positions objects weighing up to 45 pounds.
Occasionally lifts objects over 45 pounds.
Candidate must be in good physical condition.