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Accepting applications until Sunday, May 12, 2024 - 17:00
Perform a variety of duties to support the Department of Campus Recreation Fitness program. Responsible for conducting group fitness classes in a dynamic, safe, and constructive manner; maintain a high level of motivation and control in classes while exhibiting friendly, kind, energetic, outgoing and enthusiastic qualities.
Instructors must complete in-house Campus Recreation Training and demonstrate a professional appearance and demeanor both on and off campus that favorably represents the University of Arizona and the department of Campus Recreation. Instructors are responsible for coverage of scheduled classes. Instructors are responsible to earn their NCCA Certification within 6 months of hire date in order to continue being a part of the Fitness team.
The University of Arizona, Department of Campus Recreation values inclusivity, diversity, equity, and access for all. We support the University’s strategic initiative to create an inclusive environment and promote wellbeing for the University of Arizona community. Our goal is to provide safe services, programs, and facilities for all backgrounds, identities, and abilities. We foster a culture where people can thrive as individuals within our community.
Duties & Responsibilities
-Attend staff/instructor meetings and trainings
-Model department values and expectations
-Design and implement fitness classes for groups of participants based in the areas such as yoga, Pilates, resistance training, core, dance-related classes, or sport-related classes
-Demonstrate safe programming, proper technique and explain exercise modifications using verbal and physical cues to enable all members to participate
-Be prepared for EVERY class with appropriate format lesson plans and arrive at least 10 minutes prior to class
-Confirm class attendees are registered for class and appear on the roster; inform participants in regards to canceled or make-up classes
-Special projects as assigned
-Excellent customer service skills
-Detail oriented and self-motivated
-Complete in-house training requirements
-Personal fitness level that enables the employee to perform activity without risk to himself or herself or risk to the participant
-Must be enrolled at UA for a minimum of 6 credit hours (employment contingent on enrollment)
-Early morning, evening and weekend availability; flexible scheduling and break availability
-Valid fitness certification from a nationally recognized organization such as ACE, AFAA, or any other specialized certifications through appropriate continuing education and prior experience with and knowledge of instructing fitness classes.
-American Red Cross Adult First Aid CPR/AED certification within 45 days of hire and renew every two years.
-All Department of Campus Recreation employees are required to complete blood borne pathogen training within 45 days of hire and renew on an annual basis.
-Complete New Employee training which includes but not limited to Emergency Action Plan, Nondiscrimination and Anti-harassment Policy training, All-Employee Security (Computer) Awareness, Online Driver Registration & Golf Cart (if authorized), and Youth Safety Training within 45 days.