We are looking for a Personal Trainer to join our team.
As our new Personal Trainer you will:
Provide excellent customer service and help to maintain a positive user experience in the gym
Work 1:1 and in small groups with clients to help them define and meet their fitness and health goals
Write workout plans for clients to be executed both with and without your supervision
Provide fitness education and advice to gym users
Work with the personal training team to continue to expand the team's knowledge and ability to perform
Any and all administrative duties related to planning workouts, reporting hours and scheduling training sessions with clients
Other duties as assigned
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Anna Golv at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply externally at https://exos.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/EXOSCAREERS/job...
The Ideal Candidate would have:
Currently certified through one of the nationally accredited industry associations (NASM, ACSM, NSCA, ACE, etc.)
Minimum of 1-year personal training experience working with clients
Demonstrated ability to perform necessary training movements and exercises
Excellent communication skills
Proven ability to teach and motivate others
Basic understanding of nutrition and weight loss
Ability to work with many different types of people in a corporate setting
$45,000 - $55,000
On November 19, 2020, the Boards of Directors of the Sabes JCC in Minneapolis and the St. Paul JCC in St. Paul, voted to authorize the creation of a combined JCC with multiple locations effective January 1, 2021. This vote was the culmination of four years of exploration, where the St. Paul JCC and Sabes JCCs worked together to create a vision and path for the future, building upon our shared Jewish values and cultures, and emphasizing serving others, inclusivity, community, mutual respect, excellence and innovation.
A JCC Steering Committee, co-chaired by the board presidents and comprised of leaders from both the Minneapolis and St. Paul communities, worked to intimately understand the important legacies of each JCC, including the wonderful foundation that the JCCs are built upon.
The Minnesota JCC creates a vision and path for the future, providing new opportunities for growth and sustainability to reach more people, provide more programming and services, and to build upon what the JCCs do best. Building upon the JCCs shared Jewish values and cultures, the combined JCC continues to serve our entire community with an emphasis on serving others, inclusivity, community, mutual respect, excellence, and innovation.
The combined JCC includes two independent non-profit organizations. The Minnesota JCC operates all of the JCC programs and services at both Centers in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The Minnesota JCC Foundation, with the sole purpose of supporting the JCC, oversees the management and allocation of JCC invested funds and real estate assets.