The University of Florida Department of Recreational Sports is now accepting applications for the position of Coordinator for Fitness Programs.This position is responsible for the oversight of strength and conditioning spaces, student staff, fitness facilities, programs and servicesfor the Department of Recreational Sports (RecSports).This position will manage the day-to-day operations of the strength and conditioning program; student staff recruitment, hiring and training; staff scheduling; communication and technology associated with this program.
To view application instructions and complete an online application, please visit https://jobs.ufl.edu/. Reference number for this vacancy is 515359and the deadline to apply is January 15, 2021.? Applications will only be accepted via the University of Florida HR Website athttps://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/515359/recreational-sports-crd-i.
The minimum requirement for the position is a bachelor’s degree in appropriate area of specialization.Preferred skills and experience: large scale staff management; nationally accredited certification in personal training and/or group fitness; proficient in applicable software for collegiate recreation;ability to effectively supervise; self-motivated, adaptable, and a great team player.
Additional Salary Information: The salary for this entry-level position is $35,000 including benefits. The incumbent in the position will have the opportunity to earn their master’s degree through UF’s Employee Education Program.
Internal Number: 515359
About Recreational Sports
The University of Florida is one of only 17 public land-grant universities that belong to the Association of American Universities. With an enrollment of 50,000 students, UF provides high quality instruction to prepare the future leaders of the state and nation. The Department of Recreational Sports strives to provide an extensive array of leisure and recreational opportunities. Approximately 84 percent of UF students participate in RecSports programs and services, which include the Center for Outdoor Recreation and Education (CORE), two recreation centers, two strength and conditioning areas, an assessment center, a training center, an indoor track, nine multi-purpose field areas, an outdoor recreation complex, two lakeside parks and the UF Outdoor Team Challenge Courses.