The Fitness Programs Coordinator is responsible for the overall administration of comprehensive fitness programs and experiences for students, faculty and staff. This position will assist in the management and operation of the Halas Recreation Center Weight and Cardio Rooms and Water Tower Fitness Studio along with taking lead in the development, coordination and administration of the Group Exercise and Personal Training Programs.
Applicants must apply through the Loyola University Chicago HR website (info below)
Priority Deadline is March 19th . Applicants are encouraged to apply sooner.
Fitness Programming Responsibilities include:
Manage, create and evaluate a comprehensive schedule of group fitness programs including studio, water aerobics, dance, and yoga classes
Responsible for hiring, training, supervising, and evaluation of group fitness instructors and other fitness program personnel
Manage the Group Fitness Instructor Training (GFIT) Program
Plan, coordinate, manage a comprehensive personal training and fitness assessment/screening program
Mange the registration process for all personal fitness training programming
Responsible for teaching personal training course and/or ensuring trainers have proper certifications
Responsible for hiring, training, scheduling and evaluation of personal training staff
Oversee daily operations of fitness incentive programs, including registration, attendance records, and equipment/facility upkeep
Assist in developing, marketing, implementing, and evaluating a schedule of instructional programs and special events that will enhance the recreational experience of the Campus Recreation patron
Assist with the inventory and maintenance of dance studio equipment and group fitness equipment
Teach group fitness classes and train clients as necessary
Assist with the maintenance, appearance, and function of all exercise equipment in both the Halas Recreation Center and the Water Tower Fitness Studio
Assist in the development and annual revision of policies and procedures
Administrative duties such as completing program reports, marketing, equipment purchasing of cardio and weight equipment, incident reports, and other documentation
Assist in the collaboration with various university departments and offices
Maintain up to date with knowledge of national trends and best practices in collegiate fitness programs
Assist with all departmental special events
Represent the office at various campus, division, and community functions, as assigned
Perform other duties as required
Bachelor's degree in related field with Master preferred
Have at least two to three years of related experience required (Grad Assistantships count)
Hold at least two current certifications from a nationally recognized fitness organization (AFAA, ACE, ACSM, 200 hour RYT, etc.)
Ability to acquire additional certifications within 6 months of hire as needed
We will utilize the CSC at NIRSA. For those attending the conference, please feel free to leave resumes in our box even if you haven't completed the full LUC HR app!
Any questions can be sent to Megan Morris, Director of Campus Recreation, at email@example.com
Internal Number: 8101890
About Loyola University Chicago
The Campus Recreation Department and Intramural and Club Sport Office serves Loyola University Chicago with a wide variety of sport programming for students, faculty and staff. The Intramural Sports Program offers competitive and recreational, on campus leagues for teams and individuals in various sports. The Club Sport Office currently provides continuous support of 26 competitive, student-lead sport clubs.
Loyola University Chicago, a private university founded in 1870 as St. Ignatius College, is one of the nation’s largest Jesuit, Catholic Universities and the only one located in Chicago. Loyola University Chicago has a total enrollment of 15,597 with 140 + graduate, professional and graduate level programs, including Higher Education.
Loyola University Chicago is comprised of four campuses: Lake Shore (LSC), Water Tower (WTC), Health Sciences (HSC), and the John Felice Rome Center in Italy, and is home to ten schools and colleges. The majority of the program takes place at our Lake Shore Campus located in North Chicago's Rogers Park.
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