Overview: Join one of the largest, most comprehensive, and dynamic, recreational sports programs in the country. Our mission is to provide sport, fitness, and wellness services for students, faculty, staff and public members in order to encourage active, healthy lifestyles and enhance a sense of community. We accomplish this by offering distinctive programming, facilities, and equipment; opportunities for student development; and leadership to the profession. We serve over 36,000 students, faculty, staff and public participants. Our programs utilize two primary multi-purpose facilities (housing over 400,000 square feet of activity space), a 50-meter outdoor pool, indoor tennis center and outdoor fields. Our team consists of 46 appointed staff members, 10 graduate assistants and 1,000 hourly wage staff members. For more information, please visit our web site at: www.recsports.indiana.edu. Culture: Our organization fosters a team focused, collaborative work environment that emphasizes strong business practices, creative programming, and operational excellence. We provide opportunities for personal and professional growth in a fun and exciting environment. General Information: The primary responsibility of this position is creative group fitness programming, including the design, delivery and assessment of group sessions in varied formats including strength, core, cardio, dance, water, step, boot camp, cycling, yoga, and Pilates. The position is responsible for group fitness personnel (40 session leaders, program assistants, and two graduate assistants), along with aspects of the budget and risk management. The Fitness/Wellness program unit includes a Program Director, three Assistant Directors, and four Graduate Assistants who work collaboratively to deliver over 100 group fitness sessions weekly, 3,000 personal training sessions annually, and over 1 million participations in self-directed fitness activities each year. We are seeking team members who are committed to a student development philosophy for staff and participants in these ways: designing programs that encourage participants to develop and maintain active, healthy lifestyles regardless of skill, fitness, or experience levels; and, effectively training and mentoring employees so that they provide excellent programs and services for all participants. Included in training and mentoring is helping student staff recognize the ways in which they are acquiring transferable life skills. Salary range is $47,400 to 53,000. This position includes Indiana University’s competitive benefits coverage including health/dental insurance and 404(b).