Zumba Instructor

The Boar's Head Charlottesville , VA 22901

Posted 1 week ago

The Boar's Head Sports Club is currently hiring for a Zumba Instructor to join our Group Exercise Team. Our Group Exercise Instructors help our members and guests achieve their fitness goals through various workout classes in group settings.


  • Create and conduct safe effective exercise classes for Boar's Head Sports Club Members and guests

  • Aid participants in performing exercise at the appropriate intensity while using recommended body alignment

  • Promote the Group Exercise Program to members and guests by informing them of upcoming classes/workshops

  • Keep exercise studios organized and equipment cleaned

  • Ensure class participants sign in for accurate attendance records

  • Proactively source substitutes for classes that you are not able to teach

  • Must be able to teach at least 2 classes per month (either through regularly scheduled classes or subbing)


  • Must hold a certification through an accredited program

  • CPR/AED Certification

  • Maintain Instructor Status through ongoing training

  • Excellent Customer Service skills

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Zumba Instructor

The Boar's Head