Macquarie University Sport & Aquatics Centre are seeking casual Health & Fitness Instructors/Personal Trainers’ to deliver a range of fitness services to our members at our North Ryde campus.
Our centre is a multipurpose fitness venue featuring a fully equipped Health Club, an indoor and outdoor heated pool, Group Fitness classes, and a variety of social sport programs. Programs run seven days a week and incorporate participation from the broader community as well as university members.
As a Health and Fitness Instructor you will provide a visible presence on the gym floor building relationships with clients; assisting our members with technique correction, health consultations, exercise prescription, facilitate small group training sessions and provide general gym etiquette instruction.
As a Personal Trainer you will provide 1-1 and group Personal Training sessions to our members and local community. Based on qualifications and experience, you will be recognised as bronze, silver, gold or platinum PT and given the opportunity to build your business within the venue.
Why work for Campus Life?
- Fun, friendly and supportive team
- Complementary Macquarie University Sport & Aquatics Centre gym membership
- Discounted health insurance and access to employee flu shot program
- Access to the Macquarie University library (borrowing, printing and data bases)
- Extensive professional development and career progression opportunities
- Previous experience as a Fitness Instructor
- Certificate III & IV in Fitness/Personal Training, and Fitness Australia Registration
- First Aid & CPR Certificate (or willingness to obtain before commencement)
- NSW Working with Children Check Certificate
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Diploma or Degree in Fitness, Health Science or similar discipline is desirable
- Must be available to work evenings and weekends
This job will close Sunday 30 June 2019, 11.00pm.
Campus Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability; women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles); Indigenous Australians, people who identify as GLBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.