CENTERS is a management company that specializes in campus recreation. We partner with universities to manage their departments, facilities, finances, and deliver exceptional customer service. Since 1998, CENTERS remains the first and only mission centric organization committed to student development and departmental excellence on behalf of its clients. CENTERS is currently operating university campus recreation centers at ten site locations within the United States.
Safely instruct an effective, creative group fitness class at the Recreation Center.
Provide quality customer service to all participants in class, regardless of fitness level, appearance, or otherwise.
Communicate effectively with supervisor through phone, email, or in person.
Enforce all program policies and procedures as it pertains to the class.
Enforce all building policies and procedures and assist as needed during emergencies.
Attend all Group Fitness and all department staff meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
Possess current CPR/AED and First Aid certifications.
ACE, AFAA, ACSM; specialty certifications are required to teach specialty classes such as yoga, group cycling, pilates, etc. It is preferred that all candidates have a primary group exercise certification AND specialty cert. Exceptions will be on a case-by-case basis based on a variety of factors.
Leadership and supervisory abilities.
Entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm.
Ability to work independently.
Knowledge of standard practices in recreational sports
Strong communication skills
Ability to thrive in an environment that values high expectations, accountability, and balanced lifestyles.
Internal contacts include staff at all levels. External contacts include external customers and vendors. Contact involves troubleshooting, informing, exchanging information, negotiating, making recommendations, and giving information or instructions.
Work Environment and Physical Demands
Office environment/fitness center environment
Moderate to loud noise
Occasional evening or weekend work
Standing or walking for at least 50% of the work day
Occasional bending, stooping
Hearing and talking