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The YMCA of the Iowa Mississippi Valley is seeking an ambitious, dedicated, self-starting Program Director to lead our Personal Training/Wellness program for our Bettendorf branch.
Perks of working at the Y!
The Y provides a total compensation package that includes a competitive salary, benefits and other perks as outlined below.
SALARY: $45,000 annually
BENEFITS: As a full-time, salary/exempt employee, our competitive benefit package includes:
The YMCA of the Iowa Mississippi Valley is a '4-star' Charity Navigator top-rated non-profit charitable organization for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. For over 165 eyars, the YMCA of the Iowa Mississippi Valley has been an integral part of the Quad Cities area. With 8 branches, numerous child care locations and Camp Abe Lincoln, we continue to grow and strengthen the community to bring about positive change. The Quad Cities area, on the Mississippi River, is home to a more than 27,000 businesses including John Deere World Headquarters, Arconic, Kraft, Exelon and a major military installation - the Rock Island Arsenal. We have low cost of living, great school systems and several higher education institutions. Here you can experience a variety of extra-curricular activities similar to those found in big cities but with a small town feel such as arts, baseball, big name concerts and much more!
The Program Director-Personal Training/Wellness is responsible for developing, administering and supervising personal training and wellness programming for the assigned location(s). The Program Director-Personal Training is required to spend 75% of their workweek (or minimum of 30 hours) on the floor performing Personal Training. The remaining hours per week will be spent on administrative processes and managing Personal Training staff for success. The Program Director, Personal Training will position the YMCA of the Iowa Mississippi Valley as the leader in Personal Training in the community.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: Responsible for supervision of all personal trainers and wellness staff at assigned locations.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This position is expected to be able to successfully perform all physical activities necessary to perform essential and related functions of the position including climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions. This position is expected to be able to demonstrate all training aspects of a workout which can be described as medium to strenuous work and will vary by client. Must be able to frequently lift a minimum of 45 pounds efficiently and safely. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to talk and/or hear. The employee will regularly be required to see at close and distant vision, have good peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of the job, the employee will primarily work indoors and regularly be exposed to moderate temperatures and perform work near moving mechanical parts (associated with physical fitness equipment). The noise level can vary from quiet to moderate depending upon the usage and activity in the rooms in which they are working. This position works in a variety of environments which can include but are not limited to, office settings, gymnasiums, and outdoors. This position works a varied work week as determined by the needs required to manage operations and events of which can include working evening, weekend, and additional hours to accommodate activities representing the organization and branch operation.