Group Excercise Instructor
The Community House Fitness Center is looking for experienced Group Exercise Instructors and Personal Trainers. Qualified applicants will motivate/instruct clients during private training sessions and/or lead a variety of small group classes/training sessions. Our goal is to hire energetic and motivated trainers/instructors to attract and retain members.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
· Provide a clean, safe, and healthy environment for members, guests, and co-workers.
· Help attains and retains members through club promotion and customer service excellence.
· Provide exercise programming and progression for individual clients.
· Provide top quality instruction and motivation to participants.
· Ensure that the fitness studio and equipment used is clean and returned to the original state at the end of each class/session.
- Current nationally accredited personal trainer and/or group fitness certification.
- Bachelor of Science degree in exercise physiology or similar preferred.
- Current CPR and AED certification or ability to obtain in a month after hired.
Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to Lisa Jarvis, Fitness Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community House is always looking for bright and innovative applicants who are interested in working in the nonprofit field. We have opportunities in Accounting, Admin, Programs, Marketing, Social Media, Fitness Operations, Development, and Data Analytics. Please contact email@example.com with your resume and interests for more information!
Winnetka, IL Founded in 1911, the Community House was a gift from the Winnetka Congregational Church to the entire village as a nondenominational center for wholesome recreation, social opportunity, cultural experiences, and civic engagement. Providing the village’s first gym and numerous meeting rooms, it became the gathering place for the entire village and beyond. Thousands of people of all ages flocked to classes, scout meetings, lectures, musical performances, theater, art exhibits, and sports competitions. More than a century later, the pace has not slowed; more than 250,000 visits to the Community House take place each year. As the Community House enters the next chapter in its history, the President will provide the staff leadership and direction to fulfill the organization’s mission. In partnership with the Board of Governors and the staff, the President will be responsible for ensuring the successful future of the organization. The House is on an upward trajectory, with an approved multi-year strategic plan in place, and the next leader will be tasked with leading and mentoring staff to effectively fulfill the mission. A proactive eye on utilization, engagement and the financial health of the organization will be needed. The Community House seeks an accomplished nonprofit leader who demonstrates a keen understanding of, and passion for, the organization’s unique mission. This person must be ready to join with the Board to lead the Community House in realizing a growth-oriented vision that sees the organization as relevant and meaningful to the community today and tomorrow as it was in 1911. This individual will have experience in attaining strategic goals through a proven ability in fundraising, leading staff and volunteers to execute new ideas and approaches, administration, collaborative ventures, and constituency building. The ideal candidate will have a background that includes financial and staff and facilities management combined with a strong understanding of philanthropy and proven success in raising significant funds from individuals, foundations, corporations, and public entities on behalf of a mission and organization. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required. A master’s degree is preferred.
To apply, please send a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at http://ww2.kittlemansearch.com/Jobs