Personal Trainer & Nutrition Coach
Part Time (up to 19 hours)
Are you looking for an opportunity to share your passion for health and fitness? Do you have the ability to engage and inspire your personal training clients to success? Then we are looking for you!
Join the City of Olathe at the Olathe Community Center as a personal trainer and you'll be apart of a successful team that has an incredible impact on the health and wellbeing of the community. Successful candidate will specialize in the area of nutrition and must be a Certified Nutrition Coach. Must have a flexible schedule to meet client scheduling needs which include evenings and weekends. Starting pay is $25 per hour.
For more details, review the full job details and requirements below.
The role of a Personal Trainer includes working with clients to identify their personal health and fitness goals, customizing workouts, and establishing goals and plans to meet their goals.
- Establish personal goals and objectives for the client which may include areas of specialized focus such as nutrition, weight loss, pain management, and strength building.
- Plan a program appropriate to the goals and objectives of the client.
- Discuss the program with the client to assure that the program is meeting his/her basic goals and objectives.
- Assess and reassess client's needs at each session.
- Maintain a record of each client's progress.
- Be alert to unsafe practices or conditions in the exercise facility.
- Demonstrate professionalism and reliability.
- Exercise supervision, programming and facility operations.
- Assist with daily operations of the fitness center, administrative duties, program prep, etc.
- Provide superior customer service.
- Give a thorough assessment of the clients fitness level.
Education: A four-year degree in Exercise Science or related field is preferred.
Experience: At least one year of personal training experience is required along with strong interpersonal communication skills, being personable and having a positive, motivational attitude.
License & Certification(s): Current First Aid, CPR, and AED certifications are required. Nationally recognized personal training certification is required and based on primary focus areas, may be required in a specific area of specialty.