Fitness Coordinator - Naval Support Activity Monterey
Commander, Navy Installations
Location: Monterey, California
Type: Full Time
Required Education: 4 Year Degree
Salary: $21-$24/ HR
4 Year Degree
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
To oversee the function of all fitness programs ensuring safety, quality, implementation, and promotion. Including but not limited to; new program design, group exercise classes, interdepartmental development of fitness, working with special projects within the installation and special events. (i.e., certification workshops, health fairs, extracurricular activities.)
Manages and supervises the day-to-day operation of the fitness center. Inspects and maintains equipment and facility in accordance with all established Navy and industry operational guidelines/standards. Ensures all repairs and maintenance of furniture, fixtures and equipment are completed in a timely manner.
Develops, coordinates, implements and continually modifies a comprehensive group exercise program consisting of a variety of class styles. Ensures that all classes are taught in a safe and effective manner. Provides technical guidance to fitness instructors when necessary. Designs, organizes and carries out special events and health promotion projects in collaboration with fitness contractors and/or other installation staff. Provides information for publicity releases and coordinates with marketing professionals to maximize participation. risk factors and other limiting conditions via medical health history.
Assists with developing annual budget requirements for assigned areas. Analyzes financial data, reviews budget, and submits reports and recommendations. Submits completed Appropriated Fund (APF) and Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) purchase orders for equipment, parts, supplies and service contracts for approval.
Creates and oversees a variety of exercise and wellness programs to include safe and beneficial exercise prescriptions for cardiovascular fitness, weight loss, strength conditioning and flexibility. Supervises, instructs and demonstrates the proper and safe operation of exercise equipment. Ensures staff is properly trained in the use of cardiovascular fitness machines and strength training equipment. Monitors information given to patrons for accuracy,
Complies with EEO policies and communicates support of these policies with subordinates. Assures quality in determining selections, assignments, training, promotions, qualifications, discipline and awards to employees.
Must exercise tact, good manners, diplomacy, and courtesy when assisting clients and dealing with fellow employees.
Presents fitness division information to the command on a regular basis.
Other duties as assigned.
Certification from a nationally recognized agency such as the American College of Sports Medicine, American Council on Exercise, or Cooper Clinic for Aerobic Research in exercise science or be able to obtain certification within 90 days of employment. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and AED certification is required.
Knowledge of various strength training machines and cardiovascular fitness equipment. Ability and knowledge to perform minor repairs and maintenance of exercise equipment.
Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of all programs and to make recommendations for improving or correcting them. Knowledge of automated accounting/payables systems, general ledger account code structures, and accounting procedures associated with accounts payable to be able to recommend changes or improvements.
Possess effective communication skills, both orally and written to peers and all levels of management.
Ability to develop and customize presentations and address groups. Ability to speak to individuals/groups regarding fitness and lifestyle modification is required,
Ability to maintain records and reports, follow verbal and written instructions, and communicate effectively with others.
*Required by Navy Personnel Command Navy Fitness Standards (Draft) and Department of Defense Fitness Program.
A minimum of three years experience that demonstrates a working knowledge of the assigned program.
A degree from an accredited college/university in a related field may be substituted for two years of experience.