Loyola Marymount University Assistant Director of Campus Recreation (Fitness and Wellness) in Los Angeles, California
Requisition Number: 0170672
Position Type: Staff
Division: Student Affairs
Department: Campus Recreation
HR Classification Title: Assistant Director of Campus Recreation (Fitness and Wellness)
Work Status: Full-time Regular
Hours Per Week: 40
Days of Week: M-F
Specific Work Schedule:
Posting Options: Internal and External
- Organize a wide range of events and services to meet the recreational needs of the LMU community. Administer the fitness and wellness program, which includes a comprehensive fitness class schedule, wellness programs, fitness fairs, and the supervision of personal trainers and fitness instructors.
Position Specific Responsibilities:
Recruit, hire, train, schedule, supervise, and evaluate off campus fitness instructors and undergraduate fitness staff.
Develop and maintain a comprehensive fitness class schedule which appeals to a diverse student, faculty, staff, and alumni population.
Supervise off campus instructor payroll and in campus work-study usage. In addition, negotiate pay-rates for all fitness instructors.
Provide regular routine equipment inspections and perform maintenance as needed for all equipment used during fitness classes.
Assist in development of risk management procedures for Fitness Classes.
Initiate Wellness programs and workshops designed to met the needs of the LMU community.
Plan and implement special events that focus on fitness and wellness. Including: basic fitness and health testing, nutritional counseling, and programs emphasizing healthy lifestyles.
Maintain accurate records and participation data for all related programs.
Conduct performance evaluations of fitness instructors, and implement an assessment survey to determine member satisfaction.
Serve as the sole administrator for the Department and the Burns Recreation Center when acting as Manager on Duty.
Keep up-to-date with regional and national trends by becoming actively involved in community, regional and national organizations associated with fitness and wellness.
Serve on University wide, Divisional, and Department committees as assigned by the Associate Director.
Serve as University Judicial Officer as needed.
Two years demonstrated practical experience working in an development of fitness programs, management of a fitness facility and supervision of fitness personnel in a University Recreation setting.
Experience with student development and personnel management. Practical experience working within an institution of Higher Education preferred.
Fitness/ Wellness program development and management, supervision of para-professional staff, and experience implementing personal training programs for a variety of individuals. Required to keep up-to-date with regional and national trends by becoming actively involved in community, regional, and national organizations associated with campus recreation.
Effectively organize and manage a comprehensive fitness/wellness program. To develop working relationships with individuals on and off campus, and to develop creative and innovative fitness programs.
Excellent interpersonal skills. Must be a certified fitness instructor with the ability to teach a variety of fitness classes and maintain certification as a Personal Trainer.
- Typically a Master’s Degree in Recreation Administration, Leisure Management, Physical Education, Sports Administration, College Personnel Services, or related field preferred.
- Either ACE or AFAA primary and personal training certifications preferred.
Physical Demands (if applicable)
- Must be able to teach group exercise classes and work as a personal trainer.
Exemption Status: Exempt
Salary Grade Minimum:
Salary Grade Midpoint:
Posting Date 02/23/2018
Application Deadline Date:
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