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ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION VACANCY www.thewell.csus.edu Group Fitness Coordinator #0510RWCGFC219 The University Union Operation of CSUS, Inc. (UUOCI) is an auxiliary of California State University, Sacramento and is a California 501(c) 3 Not for Profit Corporation. The corporation consists of two buildings, the University Union and the Recreation Wellness Center (The Well) (to open in Fall 2010) The Well facility will consist of approximately 153,000 square feet. 122,000 sq ft of Recreation Center and 29,000 sq ft for the Wellness Center. The facility is planned to house basketball courts, a MAC court, racquetball courts, fit studios, a cardio center, a weight lifting center, fit trainer spaces and a fitness testing room, a climbing wall, a massage studio, café/food service, a small conference center, M/W locker rooms, a cabana locker room and administrative offices, in addition to various lounges. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: This is a full‐time, exempt, benefited position, covered under the Public Employees’ Retirement System. Continued employment in this position is dependent upon the mutual consent of University Enterprises, Inc. (UEI) and the employee, and either University Enterprises or the employee can, at any time, terminate the employment relationship at will, with or without cause. RATE OF PAY: $3,001 ‐ $4,501 per month MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education, Kinesiology/Exercise Science, Recreation, Sports Management, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, or a closely related field. Must possess group fitness instructor certification in one or more of the following nationally recognized health/fitness organizations: AFAA, ACE, ACSM, or another professionally recognized association. Demonstrated experience in group fitness programming in a collegiate/community and/or recreation or health club setting with experience in teaching group fitness, and experience in the use, instruction, and maintenance of group fitness equipment. Demonstrated supervisory or management experience. Demonstrated experience in selecting, training, coordinating, evaluating, and supervising a diverse work force. Ability to teach multiple group fitness formats for a variety of skill levels including special populations. Knowledge of personnel management, budgeting, and facilities management. Ability to direct management goals, to facilitate change and to create and implement innovative programs. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to compile, prepare, write, and review reports. Demonstrated experience working with personal computer software applications including word‐processing, spreadsheet, presentation, internet, and email software. Experience working in a multicultural environment. Knowledge of safety procedures and protocols as they relate to group fitness. Must acquire CPR/AED and First Aid Instructor certification within three (3) months of employment. Certification must be kept current. Demonstrated ability to work in a high pressure environment and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of staff and the surrounding community. Must have a valid California driver’s license, or be able to acquire one, and be acceptable for vehicle insurance coverage under the University Enterprises’ insurance plan. Must continue to meet the established driving standards. PREFERRED, BUT NOT REQUIRED: Masters Degree in Physical Education, Kinesiology/exercise science or related field. Demonstrated experience in large student recreation centers, student activities programs, and residence life or student development. Experience in a large, non‐profit corporation. Involvement in professional societies and organizations. Demonstrated knowledge of Excel, Power Point, Word, and Internet software. Page 1 of 4 DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Group Fitness Coordinator is responsible for the management and development of the WELL’s group fitness program which provides opportunities for customers to participate in a wide variety of classes for all fitness levels. The Coordinator will implement and review program goals, objectives, policies, and risk management procedures. In addition, the position will assist in supporting budget planning, monitoring expenses, assessing program learning outcomes, and working with the University Union marketing team to promote program offerings. This position reports to, and receives general direction from, the Assistant Director, Fitness. The Group Fitness Coordinator will supervise all group fitness part‐time staff, including interns, graduate assistants, student assistants, casual employees, and volunteers. The specific duties and responsibilities are as follows: 01. Assists with the development, coordination, organization, and implementation of a balanced and varied group fitness program for all abilities and fitness levels. 02. Ensures all activities are conducted in accordance with established and approved rules and regulations that address participant’s safety as a high priority, as well as established service standards. 03. Assists in the development, review, implementation, and enforcement of policies and procedures that will ensure effective day‐to‐day operations of all group fitness areas. 04. Recommends, to the Assistant Director, Fitness, future modifications to programs using member feedback; makes improvements and recommends innovative opportunities and changes that enhance the programs, equipment, and the facility. 05. Works with Assistant Director, Fitness when collaborating with other campus departments and divisions in conducting educational counseling and seminars on health and fitness, group fitness certifications and wellness workshops. 06. Assists with the implementation of a comprehensive calendar of group fitness programs, including the preparation of each class; to include facility scheduling, equipment requirements, personnel needs, marketing, and assessment. 07. Conducts the ongoing evaluation of all group fitness programs, including completing participant evaluations and/or assessments, focus groups, informal discussion, and written program surveys. 08. Works with Assistant Director of Fitness to create a master facility calendar for all group fitness programs and events. 09. Tracks group fitness participation and develops motivating and innovative incentive programs that increase group fitness participation levels. 10. Works in various program areas and performs various related program activities including, but not limited to, teaching group fitness classes and fitness certification workshops. 11. Creates and leads a staff and volunteer team including hiring, supervision, training, development, and evaluation of staff and volunteers. Analyzes and establishes proper staffing levels to meet program needs. Page 2 of 4 12. Ensures that employees are provided safety training and attend safety meetings, and that staff conduct daily safety inspections of equipment for compliance with standard industry regulations. 13. Establishes strong working relationships with other campus departments. 14. Supports and maintains a sound working relationship with all partners in The WELL, in order to create a dynamic and fully collaborative group fitness program. 15. Coordinates staff training to assist team members in advancing their certification levels in group fitness related areas. 16. Works with Assistant Director, Fitness on equipment maintenance and safety, purchasing, replacement schedule, and customer use of The WELL. 17. Assists with the management of a strategic planning process that is receptive and responsive to student, faculty, and staff input regarding programs and services in The WELL. 18. Serves as a primary risk manager for all group fitness related programs and events. Consults as needed with the Assistant Director, Fitness and proposes appropriate policy changes to provide a safe environment for all. 19. Works with design and marketing personnel to help implement effective marketing strategies and promote programs and services within related areas of responsibility. 20. Assists with the management of financial transactions and creates an annual budget for all activities and programs within related areas of management. 21. Creates student learning objectives and an assessment program that will demonstrate the attainment of skills, knowledge, and overall personal growth as a result of participation as a student employee, or as a volunteer. 22. Performs other duties of a similar nature as requested by Assistant Director, Fitness, can act in the absence of the Assistant Director. FILING DEADLINE: Friday, May 21, 2010. APPLY ONLINE: www.ueijobs.com Note: This position vacancy is with University Enterprises, an auxiliary organization of California State University, Sacramento. This is not a University position; the incumbent will be an employee of University Enterprises. University Enterprises operates the bookstores, food services, and other commercial enterprises on the California State University, Sacramento campus; it is responsible for grant and contract management and fiscal services for University research and sponsored programs and provides fiscal services to University related agencies and activities. University Enterprises is a non‐profit corporation governed by a board of directors in conformance with the appropriate State of California codes and policy directives of the Board of Trustees and the campus administration. University Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to an active nondiscrimination program. It is the stated policy of University Enterprises, that all employees and applicants shall receive equal consideration and treatment. All recruitment, Page 3 of 4 hiring, placement, and promotions will be on a basis of qualifications of the individual for the position being filled, regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age (over 40 years), sex, marital status, medical condition* (cured or rehabilitated cancer), or physical disability. Any persons who feel that they have been discriminated against in connection with an application for employment should contact University Enterprises' Director of Human Resources at (916) 278‐7003. *Cured or rehabilitated as defined in Section 12926(F), Government Code 12990. ***AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER*** In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus Crime Statistics Act, California State University, Sacramento has made crime reporting statistics available on‐line at www.csus.edu/police/cleryact.htm Print copies are available in the CSUS library, and by request from the CSUS Office of Public Safety and the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Page 4 of 4
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