Ballarat has all the services, retail and entertainment opportunities you'd find in a capital city but with a relaxed country attitude. With affordable housing at a fraction of Melbourne prices, you can start living the Australian dream in Ballarat.
Salary $39.99 per hour, including 25% loading, plus 9.5% superannuation. Junior rates will apply under the age of 21 years.
This position requires a positive, energetic, vibrant attitude and a willingness to learn and continuously improve.You will have experience in Personal Trainer or small group training. You wil communicate efficetively with clients, patrons in the health club, staff and management.
You will have exceptional customer service skills and a strong desire to exceed member expectations, with the ability to work autonomously on the gym floor.You will be required to work on an as needs basis with incoming personal training enquires, hours to include some or all of the following; mornings, afternoons, late evenings and/or weekends.
Key Selection Criteria
Hold current certificates in, First Aid and CPR.
Registration with Physical Activity Australia or Fitness Australia.
Minimum Certificate IV in Fitness
Experience working within a similar role in the fitness industry.
Experience teaching group sessions & conducting personal training
Ability to design and implement safe and effective exercise programs and instructing participants in correct exercise technique.
Be proactive and motivate to succeed.
Be committed to on-going personal and professional development to maintain industry knowledge and professional skills at the highest level.
Strong communication skills both written and verbal
Demonstrated ability to implement and monitor adherence to health and safety policies and procedures within a team environment.
For further information on the above position contact Nicole Smith, Health and Wellness Team Leader, on 5330 4112.
The City of Ballarat is an EEO employer committed to the principles of workplace diversity
The City of Ballarat has a zero tolerance for child abuse and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including Aboriginal children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and children with disability.