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Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club, LLC

Gym Manager
The Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club is currently seeking a Gym Manager. This is currently set to be a 40 hour per
week salaried position.
Position Type: 40-hr full time
Location: North Braddock, PA
Compensation: Begins at $30k plus various extra incentives, IRA contributions, 1 week vacation and paid
holiday break. No health insurance is offered at this time.
Core Hours: Monday through Friday, 3pm-9pm. 10 more hours are on flex time. Some Saturday mornings are
required.
Time Split: Approx 20 hours coaching, 20 hours administrative work

Requirements:

 Minimum of 3 years managing staff in a non-profit, childcare or other sports program
 Minimum of 5 years coaching tumbling and recreational gymnastics at all levels (Mommy and Me
through Advanced Rec)
 Minimum of 3 years experience coaching USAG competitive team levels 1-8
 Have a desire to continue gymnastics and fitness education
 Exhibit the highest of work ethic, personal integrity, accountability, and be able to produce in an
independent environment
 Demonstrate a clear personal and professional vision
 Ability to obtain a USAG professional membership, plus pass all child clearances and background checks
 Valid driver’s license

Responsibilities:

 Coach recreational classes and competitive programs approximately 20 hours per week
 Fulfill marketing, sales and customer follow-up tasks
 Track and follow up on attendance of class athletes
 Fulfill facilities tasks to ensure the floor is in tip top shape (yes, we all clean)
 Build relationships with customers on behalf of the gym
 Help implement new programs
 Facilitate ongoing training of staff
 Attend competitions, training camps, meetings and club events as required (compensated for meets)
 Act professionally inside the gym and out, including social media

Our gym is located in a revitalized neighborhood, Braddock, PA. We are in the unique position of getting in on
the ground floor of this developing area. While we do offer competitive USAG gymnastics, USAW OlympicWeightlifting and general fitness training, we focus on the recreational gymnastics program and the difference
it can make in the lives of each family. A successful candidate will have an entrepreneurial attitude and
appreciate an opportunity to watch your ideas flourish! This is a rapidly expanding gym and therefore, we
would expect this person to have a desire to move up and expand with the gym. Compensation will grow with
you.
More info about the Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club 
Interested candidates send resume to: pgcpbc@gmail.com

 


 

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Operations Director

Class and Curriculum

1. Work with owners to ensure scheduling of classes for highest profit:
Every week look over the schedule to make sure all classes are bringing in a specific amount of
money and the proper ratio is being followed for a class. Schedules need to be reviewed to
ensure all classes are bringing in a profit. Cancel and add classes when necessary.

2. Compute Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) on a monthly basis as required:
Pull enrollment numbers and transfer to the office schedule in Company Data. Compile other
KPI’s as agreed upon and prepare for weekly or monthly reporting for owners and Directors as
necessary. Keep statistics that can be used for comparing to past performance and for future
projections. Report the numbers at Weekly Directors meetings.

3. Ensure continuity across our departments in our Education, procedures, Staff Policies & Procedures,
Client communication, etc:
All procedures should be as uniform as possible across programs to enable centralization and
sharing of common work areas whenever possible. This is to help for fiscal responsibility and
also promote our sense of TEAM work among our Directors.

4. Oversee any new major program changes or startups:
All new ideas for program changes or additions will run through you. Oversee from idea to
implementation of any projects, classes or programs.

6. Oversee Gym floor rotation schedule:
Work with all affected parties in managing what occurs on the gym floor.
Facility

1. Oversee facility schedule and projects:
Goal: that all programs, projects and events are coordinated to ensure smooth program execution
and all parties are “in the know” so as to best do their jobs.
Main point of contact for those interested in scheduling fieldtrips and appropriate staff.

2. Oversee Daily/weekly Cleaning:
Ensure the building is kept clean with staff duties and communicate/meet with cleaning crews in
order to meet the desired goals of a clean, safe and well kept up facility.
It is every employee’s job to collect garbage/trash seen inside or outside the gym. When walking
through the parking lot, gym, lobby, please keep eyes open for anything on the ground that
shouldn’t be there. Pick it up immediately. Also, if garbage cans look full or smell bad, do not
wait until the designated cleaning time. It is your job to change them right then and there. This
job is just as important as all others. This should be a team effort that needs to be encouraged
with all our staff.

3. Maintenance:
Communicate with maintenance Director in order to maintain a safe and well kept up facility.
Customers

1. Maintain relationships with customers, acts as an ambassador working the front line:
During times with high traffic of customers, be available at the front desk and lobby areas to
maintain good relations with customers and assist with customer’s questions or complaints as
needed. Always be on the lookout for ways to improve customer service to our clients.

2. Record and activate client calls:
Oversee/Develop program of following up on new clients and also on those that have dropped.
Report stats to owners on a monthly basis.

3. Initiate and activate planned customer surveys (or as needed):
Work with Marketing and Customer Service in getting out all planned surveys. Oversee from
beginning (planning of details) to implementation (including using the results to improve our
staff) to the end (final report to owners).

4. Handle all client grievances:
Work with all Directors in handling client grievances and deal directly with those that escalate.
Staff

1. Present at ALL new hire interviews:
Be present with program directors during new hire interviews. Meet with all new hires to review
all policies and procedures. Responsible for staff uniform orders and printing.

2. Handle grievances:
Handle all staff grievances and ensure staff members that the management always has a listening
ear.

2. Attend/lead weekly Director meetings:
Compile the weekly Director’s meeting agenda and lead the weekly meeting with the owners and
Directors.

3. Enforce employee policies:
Meet with owners to review all policies being enforced. Also, discuss any problems in the gym
to head off any grumbling or issues among staff members.

4. Evaluate each Director 1x/year:
Give each manager a self-evaluation form to fill out. Set up a time to view them at their job to
see that each of their responsibilities are being fulfilled. Meet with them and go through the
evaluation. Review each evaluation with owners. In conjunction with the owners, review, make
corrections, and modify Employees Position when needed.

5. Wage monitoring for staff:
On a monthly basis be aware of what all wages are and if an employee rate sheet needs to be
revised. Raises are given when responsibilities are added on and the job is performed at a higher
level.

6. Meet with owners for review of organizational chart:
Schedule a meeting as needed with owners to go over and make any changes to the
organizational chart.

7. Exit interviews:
Conduct exit interviews with employees leaving the company. Delve into why they are leaving,
how they felt they were treated, and ask for suggestions about working here at Premier.

8. Communicate with Directors regarding necessary training tools such as books and DVDs:
In consultation with program Directors, monitor effectiveness of training tools and make changes
where needed.

9. Assist in scheduling of shows/meets within each department:
Discuss with program Directors the scheduling of big events such as meets or shows and helps
make the decision on which days are best.

10. Attend/organize/lead monthly All Staff meetings:
Attend/organize/lead monthly All-Staff meetings.

Marketing

1. Foster a culture that portrays Premier’s mission statement “Provide a FUN and SAFE environment
where children can enjoy and benefit from physical activity”
2. Work with the owners and Social Media Manager to ensure proper events/activities are being
highlighted both in and outside of Premier:
Once a month meet to discuss events/activities/promotions which are scheduled in the next 2-3
months. Go through the year outline and make sure all is still on target.
3. Analyze/evaluate customer responses through MindBody
Look at the marketing results from Mindbody reports to see if the ads from the previous month
or year were successful and should be repeated.
4. Fundraiser Donation Requests

Main point of contact for those organizations interested in donations for their fundraising events.
Other
1. Make decisions concerning the Pro Shop when owners are not available:
Handle complaints; decide about gym cancellations. Cancellations may include inclement
weather or emergency situations.
2. Review budget with owners:
Attend monthly meetings to review budgets and examine how each department is doing. When
studying the monthly budgets and look to see what was different from the previous year in each
department and why. Sometimes the way tuition was collected has a determination on what each
month might look like. Note the calendar for odd collection times.
3. Meet for strategic planning with owners and set yearly and periodic goals for company and each
program:
Set a specific date and time to have a constructive meeting to plan for the year ahead, setting
goals for each department and standards that all employees will follow.
4. Update Personal Position Contract:
This should be done yearly in your Alignment meeting, but could be an ongoing process if changes
in the company warrant it.

Skills Needed:

 communication skills
 conflict management
 influencing and leading
 team work
 critical thinking and problem solving skills
 stress tolerance
 planning and organizing
 decision-making
 adaptability
 strong negotiation
 persuasiveness
 delegation

Preferred Education and Experience

 College degree in business administration, commerce, management, industrial technology or industrial
engineering. Industry relevant production experience
 Knowledge and experience in organizational effectiveness and operations management
 Knowledge of business and management principles and practices
 Knowledge of financial and accounting principles and practices
 Knowledge of human resource principles and practices
 Knowledge of project management principles and practices
 Information technology skills

ALL Applicants must complete our Job Application. This application is found on our website:
www.premier-gymnastics.com on the ‘Forms’ tab.
Contact Jody Newman at jody@premier-gymnastics.com with any questions.

 


 

INTERNAL/EXTERNAL POSTING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

WOMEN’S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS HEAD COACH Permanent, Full Time Position 40hrs/week

Salary: salary commensurate with experience along with a benefits package. Salary: Generous and
negotiable based on experience and qualifications plus benefits.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

A minimum level 3 NCCP certification in Artistic Gymnastics. A degree is an asset. The candidate must
have progressive gymnastics experience with a demonstrated track record in the areas of program
development, staff supervision and customer service. Under the direction of the Team Leader, coordinate
and develop the Cambridge Kips WAG Program. This includes ensuring that the WAG programs
operating follows all Gymnastics Ontario policies and procedures and have appropriate staffing and
programming to ensure the safety and progression of skills for all athletes.
Specific details of candidates should be comfortable and confident spotting the higher levels of
gymnastics. National experience is required as well as a working understanding of the Junior Olympic
program.
Note: Flexible work hours will be required. Typical work week will include afternoon, evening, and
weekend shifts.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

! In coordination with all department leaders (Administrators, Recreational Program, and Team Leader),
develop and implement a training schedule for the WAG Program that considers the needs of all
Cambridge Kips athletes.
! Working with the Team Leader as required in the Kips policies and procedures ensure staffing
requirements for the WAG program are maintained as per Gymnastics Ontario guidelines, the
Employment Standards Act and the budget, while ensuring coach to athlete ratios create the highest
quality of programming.
! Oversee the assessment and testing of athletes for the competitive program and appropriate
placement of athletes in Pre-competitive, Invitational, Provincial, and National training groups as well as
the proper level placement of athletes for competitions.
! Ensure all WAG staff are informed of all relevant Cambridge Kips rules, guidelines and behavior
expectations including (but not limited to): policies and
procedures, job descriptions, new hire information, health and safety information and
coaching expectations.
! Develop a high standard of programming for WAG programs, including warm ups,
complexes, skill sets, technique expectations, that adhere to the Cambridge Kips Mission Statement,
Cambridge Kips Coaching Philosophy, the health & safety of athletes and the policies and procedures of
Cambridge Kips.
! Register athletes for all Provincial Qualifiers, Championships, Tour Selection, Tour Competition and
Eastern Championships, meeting all required deadlines and work with the WAG Team Leader to ensure
all paperwork is filed prior to deadline date or as soon as possible.
! Ensure all athletes under the WAG program are properly fitted with Cambridge Kips competitive
clothing (training and competition suit, and track suit).
! Ensure enrollment for all WAG programs is maximized by monitoring registrations, looking at trends
and communicating with athletes, their families and the coaching staff to assess successes and areas of
improvement and growth.
! As required, participate in strategic planning and program reviews to develop organizational goals and
objectives for Cambridge Kips.
! Attend and assist with the coordination of monthly meetings with the departmental leaders of our club,
including the Recreational Program Coordinator, T&T Head Coach, Petite Elite CoordinatorCoach, and
Team Leader. Working with each other to ensure communication across all Cambridge Kips programs
remains strong.
! Schedule regular staff meetings with the WAG program coaches to ensure opportunities for regular
communication and flow of relevant organizational and GO information.
! Communicate with parents of WAG athletes to ensure they are aware and up-to-date on
Cambridge Kips information and regarding their athlete.
! Attend Board of Director’s meetings as requested.
! Act as a Cambridge Kips ambassador – ensuring the reputation and impression of
the organization and all those associated with it remains positive and a strong example of
gymnastics excellence.
! Work with all Cambridge Kips staff to maintain a working environment that
encourages a strong training environment for all Cambridge Kips athletes and
coaches.
! Other duties as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

! Exposure to a normal gymnastics training environment. Frequently exposed to conditions that require
constant awareness of normal gymnastics equipment. Requires good physical condition to provide
adequate coaching and safety of athletes.

QUALIFICATIONS:

! University degree or college diploma in recreation and leisure studies, sports administration, or other
related discipline.
! Minimum Level 3 NCCP certification in Artistic Gymnastics.
! Knowledge and experience of the Gymnastics Ontario program guidelines
! Proficiency in verbal and written communications
! Excellent leadership, administration, interpersonal and communication skills with a
proven focus on customer service.
! Working knowledge of Word, Excel, and registration software programs in general.
! Current First Aid and CPR
! Current Respect in Sport and Risk Management courses.
! Current Criminal Reference Check is required.
! Progressive experience with a demonstrated track record in the areas of program
development and planning, staff and athlete supervision and customer service
! Excellent organizational and team building skills to supervise a diverse complement of
staff.

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter quoting Women’s Artistic
Gymnastics Head Coach to:
Team Leader
Cambridge Kips Gymnastics Club
1458 Hamilton St.
Cambridge ON
N3H 3G5
or
email: jacqueline@cambridgekips.com
We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Please no telephone inquiries.

 


 

Pickering Athletic Centre Inc. is growing and we are actively recruiting an enthusiastic, dedicated part time (25 hours
a week) Level 2 Women’s Artistic Competitive Coach to join our team.

The successful candidate will be coaching
OCP 1-4 & ODP. Recreational coaching is available to increase coaching hours (optional)
A little bit about us: We are a privately owned and operated gymnastics club, conveniently located close to the 401 in
Pickering.
Pickering Athletic Centre Inc.’s vision is to provide safe and enjoyable programs for all ages and fitness levels that
foster development of the mind and body. We strive to encourage and support our athletes to achieve their goals and
reach their full potential.

This candidate must minimally possess:

 Level 2 certification in gymnastics
 Level 2 trampoline (an asset)
 Risk Management/Respect in Sport
 First Aid/CPR
 Criminal Reference Check
 Interpersonal skills
 Team Player

A little bit about what we have to offer:

Because of our breadth of services, you’ll enjoy an opportunity to work for an organization that is able to offer clients
truly full athletic service. We’re a rapidly growing organization with a family atmosphere and we respect and
understand the importance of work/life balance. We highly value academic and certification credentials and we will
be very supportive of your professional and career development pursuits. At Pickering Athletic Centre you’ll have an
opportunity to showcase your talent, take on challenging projects and work with a great group of people!
Rate of pay will commensurate with experience.

TO APPLY:

If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, we invite you to submit your resume to
Debbie Siemon
compprov@pickeringahtleticcentre.com
Fax: 905-839-5514
Phone: 905-839-5260
1503 Sandy Beach Rd
Pickering, Ontario
L1W 1Z5
www.pickeringathleticcentre.com

 


 

 

100 Gymnastics Way • Stroudsburg, PA 18360 • USA

Telephone: (570) 629-0244 • Fax: (570) 620-0616
www.internationalgymnastics.com • office@internationalgymnastics.com
Summer Coaching Opportunities at IGC
We are always looking for well-trained, caring, energetic professionals to provide an amazing experience
for our campers. This letter sets out some of our expectations for coaches, a brief description of the
coaching program, and how to go forward if you are interested in formally applying.

COACHING EXPECTATIONS

We are specifically seeking coaches who want to share their knowledge and experience, and are willing
to challenge themselves personally and professionally.
Over the course of the summer, we will have between 3,000 and 4,000 campers. They come from all 50
U.S. States, and over 40 different countries. They range from true beginners to international level
competitors, and have come up through many different developmental pathways. As a result, every
coach, regardless of experience or coaching level, will be exposed to and have to learn to coach
gymnasts with different gymnastics backgrounds, to teach and spot new skills, and to adapt to the
programming and coaching practices of IGC.

Our goal is that each coach helps every camper leave IGC with:

• A renewed love for the sport of gymnastics,
• A fresh perspective from training alongside gymnasts and coaches from all over the world,
• An increased understanding of technique and progressions for the skills at their level,
• Inspiration and motivation from Olympic, World Championships, and NCAA coaches and athletes,
• Exposure to drills on equipment and stations not necessarily available in their home clubs, and
• Hopefully even a “eureka” moment, like hearing that same correction for the one “millionth” time
but from a new voice so it finally clicks, or gaining the confidence to work through a mental block, or
finding the internal motivation to achieve that one skill that’s been in the works for so long!

The coaches who thrive here are those who are passionate about gymnastics, passionate about learning,
and passionate about providing each gymnast with an amazing summer camp experience. The
challenges are immense, the work load is huge, and the rewards are incredible.

 

100 Gymnastics Way • Stroudsburg, PA 18360 • USA

Telephone: (570) 629-0244 • Fax: (570) 620-0616
www.internationalgymnastics.com • office@internationalgymnastics.com

COACHING PROGRAM

The coaching program here is a live-in program, and runs for almost 13 weeks during the summer. The
first 10 days are required Pre-Camp work and training. The next 11 weeks are formal Summer Camp
sessions.

First year coaches are Coach/Counselors, and live in cabins with the campers throughout the summer.
Many Coach/Counselors alternate weeks of responsibility for activities — one week responsible for
coaching in the gyms, the next week responsible supervising the recreational activities outside the gym.
Returning coaches, as well as career coaches, depending on the needs of IGC, may Coach/Counsel or
may be asked to focus specifically on coaching every week.
During coaching weeks, there are 6.25 hours each day of coaching. All staff also have a required two
hours per day of training and continuing education. The gymnastics education is part of our
Professional Coaching Development (PCD) program. The counseling education includes topics on
childhood development, counseling/mentoring children, and child psychology – all invaluable
information for coaches!

FORMAL APPLICATION PROCESS

Whether you’re a potential first-year staff member looking for experience of a lifetime, a career
professional looking for new challenges and learning opportunities, or a former camper whose dream is
to make that jump to the IGC staff, we would like to welcome you to the IGC Family!
1. Email your resume or CV to staff@internationalgymnastics.com Please include either letters of
reference, or email contact information for potential references.
2. We schedule potentially qualified applicants for formal Skype interviews.
3. Accepted applicants then need to complete the formal hiring documents. Please note, at this
point there are separate hiring procedures for American and International Staff.

Important for all International Applicants: As IGC is not a visa sponsor, all international
applicants must apply through an international work visa sponsorship agency of your choice,
such as AmeriCamp, Camp America, Camp Leaders, CCUSA, etc. We can assist in preplacing
qualified international coaches with an agency.

All IGC staff members must pass background checks and all applicable working-with-children clearances.
Coaches are also required prior to employment or during Pre-Camp Orientation to complete, among
others, USA First Aid/CPR and Safety Certification. Staff are required to live and stay on campus six days
per week. There is no smoking, alcohol, or illegal substances allowed anywhere on campus, and for the
protection of our campers we are an electronics-free campus. (Staff personal devices, including cell
phones, tablets, laptops, and cameras, may only be used in “Staff Only” designated areas. They are not
allowed outside on campus, in any cabin or gym, or in any camper accessible at any time.)

 


 

INTERNAL/EXTERNAL POSTING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
WOMEN’S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS HEAD COACH Permanent, Full Time Position 40hrs/week

Salary: salary commensurate with experience along with a benefits package. Salary: Base rate of 16.75
hour, however, negotiable based on experience and qualifications.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

A minimum level 3 NCCP certification in Artistic Gymnastics. A degree is an asset. The candidate must
have progressive gymnastics experience with a demonstrated track record in the areas of program
development, staff supervision and customer service. Under the direction of the Team Leader, coordinate
and develop the Cambridge Kips WAG Program. This includes ensuring that the WAG programs
operating follows all Gymnastics Ontario policies and procedures and have appropriate staffing and
programming to ensure the safety and progression of skills for all athletes.
Specific details of candidates should be comfortable and confident spotting the higher levels of
gymnastics. National experience is required as well as a working understanding of the Junior Olympic
program.

Note: Flexible work hours will be required. Typical work week will include afternoon, evening, and
weekend shifts.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

! In coordination with all department leaders (Administrators, Recreational Program, and Team Leader),
develop and implement a training schedule for the WAG Program that considers the needs of all
Cambridge Kips athletes.
! Working with the Team Leader as required in the Kips policies and procedures ensure staffing
requirements for the WAG program are maintained as per Gymnastics Ontario guidelines, the
Employment Standards Act and the budget, while ensuring coach to athlete ratios create the highest
quality of programming.
! Oversee the assessment and testing of athletes for the competitive program and appropriate
placement of athletes in Pre-competitive, Invitational, Provincial, and National training groups as well as
the proper level placement of athletes for competitions.
! Ensure all WAG staff are informed of all relevant Cambridge Kips rules, guidelines and behavior
expectations including (but not limited to): policies and
procedures, job descriptions, new hire information, health and safety information and
coaching expectations.
! Develop a high standard of programming for WAG programs, including warm ups,
complexes, skill sets, technique expectations, that adhere to the Cambridge Kips Mission Statement,
Cambridge Kips Coaching Philosophy, the health & safety of athletes and the policies and procedures of
Cambridge Kips.
! Register athletes for all Provincial Qualifiers, Championships, Tour Selection, Tour Competition and
Eastern Championships, meeting all required deadlines and work with the WAG Team Leader to ensure
all paperwork is filed prior to deadline date or as soon as possible.
! Ensure all athletes under the WAG program are properly fitted with Cambridge Kips competitive
clothing (training and competition suit, and track suit).
! Ensure enrollment for all WAG programs is maximized by monitoring registrations, looking at trends
and communicating with athletes, their families and the coaching staff to assess successes and areas of
improvement and growth.
! As required, participate in strategic planning and program reviews to develop organizational goals and
objectives for Cambridge Kips.
! Attend and assist with the coordination of monthly meetings with the departmental leaders of our club,
including the Recreational Program Coordinator, T&T Head Coach, Petite Elite CoordinatorCoach, and
Team Leader. Working with each other to ensure communication across all Cambridge Kips programs
remains strong.
! Schedule regular staff meetings with the WAG program coaches to ensure opportunities for regular
communication and flow of relevant organizational and GO information.
! Communicate with parents of WAG athletes to ensure they are aware and up-to-date on
Cambridge Kips information and regarding their athlete.
! Attend Board of Director’s meetings as requested.
! Act as a Cambridge Kips ambassador – ensuring the reputation and impression of
the organization and all those associated with it remains positive and a strong example of
gymnastics excellence.
! Work with all Cambridge Kips staff to maintain a working environment that
encourages a strong training environment for all Cambridge Kips athletes and
coaches.
! Other duties as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

! Exposure to a normal gymnastics training environment. Frequently exposed to conditions that require
constant awareness of normal gymnastics equipment. Requires good physical condition to provide
adequate coaching and safety of athletes.

QUALIFICATIONS:

! University degree or college diploma in recreation and leisure studies, sports administration, or other
related discipline.
! Minimum Level 3 NCCP certification in Artistic Gymnastics.
! Knowledge and experience of the Gymnastics Ontario program guidelines
! Proficiency in verbal and written communications
! Excellent leadership, administration, interpersonal and communication skills with a
proven focus on customer service.
! Working knowledge of Word, Excel, and registration software programs in general.
! Current First Aid and CPR
! Current Respect in Sport and Risk Management courses.
! Current Criminal Reference Check is required.
! Progressive experience with a demonstrated track record in the areas of program
development and planning, staff and athlete supervision and customer service
! Excellent organizational and team building skills to supervise a diverse complement of
staff.

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter quoting Women’s Artistic
Gymnastics Head Coach to:
Team Leader
Cambridge Kips Gymnastics Club
1458 Hamilton St.
Cambridge ON
N3H 3G5
or
email: jacqueline@cambridgekips.com
We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Please no telephone enquiries.

 


 

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Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club, LLC

Recreational Director

The Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club is currently seeking a Recreational Director. This is currently set to be a
30-per week position with the option to quickly grow into a full time 40-hour per week position.
Type of Position: 30-hr part time

Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Salary: Competitive salary based on qualification and experience, flex time, vacation and
possible assistance towards relocation

Requirements:

 Minimum 2 years of experience managing a non-profit or childcare program, teaching in a school
setting or managing another sports establishment
 Completed 4 year college degree, preferably in education or sports related field
 Have a desire to continue gymnastics and fitness education
 Exhibit the highest of work ethic, motivation, resourcefulness, and be able to produce in an
independent environment
 Demonstrate a clear personal and professional vision
 Current USAG membership or ability to obtain one, plus pass all child clearances and background
checks
 Valid driver’s license

Responsibilities:

 Coach recreational and pre-competitive programs approximately 15 hours per week
 Fulfill program and facilities management duties approximately 15 hours per week
 Work with the owner to coordinate the activities of the gym including weightlifting and personal
training
 Research, design and organize the yearly recreational class program
 Implement new auxiliary programs
 Fulfill marketing and customer follow-up tasks
 Facilitate hiring and training of other recreational staff
 Attend competitions, training camps, meetings and club events as required
 Act professionally inside the gym and out, including social media
Our gym is located in a revitalized neighborhood, Braddock, PA. We are in the unique position of getting in on
the ground floor of this developing area. Our gym is celebrating huge growth in our first year of operation and
has seen the kids and families of this community benefit from our programs already. While we do offer
competitive USAG gymnastics, USAW Olympic Weightlifting and general fitness training, we focus on the
recreational gymnastics program and the difference it can make in the lives of each family. A successful
candidate will have an entrepreneurial attitude and appreciate an opportunity to watch your ideas flourish!

This is a growing gym and therefore, we would expect this person to have a desire to move up and expand
with the gym.

More info about the Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club – www.pgcpbc.com
Interested candidates send resume to: pgcpbc@gmail.com

 


 

 

Since 1988
Virginia International Gymnastics Schools, Inc. is accepting resumes
for full and part-time coaching positions. We are a long-established
program in the Richmond, VA area with a successful history of
competitive athletes through USA Gymnastics J.O. Level 10 Nationals
and Elite.

We are presently in search of coaches experienced at USA Gymnastics J.O.
Levels 5 through 7. We offer competitive pay, health insurance, paid
vacations (FT) and a positive environment to grow and be part of a team.

Check out our website at www.vigsgymnastics.com.
Please send / email resume or inquire to:
Jim Roe roej67@msn.com
Virginia International Gymnastics Schools, Inc.
2400 Oak Lake Boulevard
Midlothian, VA 23112

 


 

 

TAMPEREEN SISU

vuodesta 1960
Näsilinnankatu 22 A 31, 33210 Tampere | Y: 0809800-6 | etunimi.sukunimi@tampereensisu.fi
FINLAND – HEAD COACH AND COACH FOR WOMEN’S ARTISTIC
GYMNASTICS

Tampere is the biggest city area after the capital in Finland. There are 230 000 inhabitants in Tampere.
Tampereen Sisu is an artistic gymnastics club with 1500 gymnasts. We have about 100 competing athletes
in women’s artistic gymnastics. We have gymnasts in Finnish national team as well as in other national
training groups.
Tampereen Sisu is looking for a head coach for WAG to be a part of our coaching team. The final job
description depends on the experience and hopes of the candidate. The job can be working with top
gymnasts or coaching of younger gymnasts depending on the coach’s level.
Tampereen Sisu is also looking for a coach for WAG. The coach should mainly work with younger gymnasts.
At the moment we have three full time coaches in WAG to work with. We also have the best boy’s coaching
team in the country with 6 full time coaches.

We can offer:

• An active team
• The best equipped gym in the country
• Exciting position in a social working environment
• Very talented young gymnasts
• Competitive salary

Skills needed:

• Highly competent and experienced background for WAG
• Enthusiastic attitude
• Willingness to develop as a coach
• Good cooperation skills with colleagues and other relation groups

Jobs will start:

According to agreement.
TAMPEREEN SISU
vuodesta 1960
Näsilinnankatu 22 A 31, 33210 Tampere | Y: 0809800-6 | etunimi.sukunimi@tampereensisu.fi
For more information:
The executive manager of the club Mr. Joni Koivunen +358 500 973314, e-mail
joni.koivunen@tampereensisu.fi or
WAG team leader Mrs. Maria Pirskanen +358 40 7270693, e-mail mpirskanen@hotmail.com
Please submit your application by e-mail to: joni.koivunen@tampereensisu.fi

 


 

HAMMARBY GYMNASTERNA
WAG HEAD COACH & HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAM COACH

Hammarbygymnasterna was founded in 1947 in
Stockholm, and accordingly celebrates 70 years!
During this long time span we have fostered many top
gymnasts on national as well as international level, many
of which are presently active in the Swedish National
Senior and Junior teams.

With this legacy we are convinced to continue our
development and excited to proceed with our journey.
Our team is the leading Senior Team national champions
as of this year, and our goal is to be the strongest high
performance team at all levels in Sweden, as well as to
represent the national team at international competitions.

DO YOU WANT TO BE A PART OF OUR JOURNEY?

We are looking for a Head Coach for our Women’s Artistic Gymnastics program,
dedicated to lead our High Performance teams onto the highest level.
This role requires work on a full time basis with the responsibility to coach our best
high performance athletes as well as the overall responsibility for the program.

The position includes:

– Daily coaching of the best high performance (Juniors and Seniors) gymnasts
within our program. This includes working evenings and weekends.
– Season planning (competitions, training camps, etc), as well as weekly/daily
training plans (team and individual).
– Travel with the high performance team to support them at competitions and
training camps.
– Overall responsibility of the WAG program, including staff meetings and
supporting other coaches within the program.

Our expectations:

You have the necessary qualifications to professionally coach WAG at the highest
level.
You have experience coaching high performance Juniors and
Seniors.
You are open-minded, and have a desire to develop your
coaching skills.
You are organized, with strong communication skills.
You are a strong leader, and a team player.
You possess strong speaking and writing skills, in English or
Swedish.
Strong spotting skills at all levels and events.

To apply, please contact us at:
camilla.fransson@hammarbygymnasterna.se
Current Head Coach for WAG

 

We offer…

…an active and challenging job on a full time basis, in an inspiring environment,
with some of the most promising and talented gymnasts in Sweden, in a team with
other experinced coaches.
Start date: as soon as possible.
Salary: to be agreed.

 


 

 

Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club, LLC

609 6th St. North Braddock, PA 15104 • (412) 973-0649 • pgcpbc@gmail.com • www.pgcpbc.com
Assistant Manager Position
Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club located in North Braddock, Pennsylvania, has an immediate opening
for an Assistant Manager Position.

Primary Job Functions:

* Teach competitive team groups and maintain constant parent communications
* Teach (as needed) preschool and recreational classes
* Helps implement new programs and lesson plans based on USA Gymnastics curriculum
* Assist with Parent Questions & administration of Team and other programs
* Attend all competitions with USAG assigned level
* Teach gymnastics camps and special events including birthday parties (as needed within
schedule)
* Assist with equipment safety checks and class set-up
Desired Skills and Certifications:
* USA Gymnastics Safety and Risk Management Certified, U100 Fundamentals of Gymnastics
Certified, and Safe Sport Certified (must acquire within 60 days of hire)
***Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club will pay for each USA Gymnastics course. If the employee leaves
position or is terminated prior to six months of course completion, the employee is responsible
for full repayment.
* Must exhibit the highest of work ethic, personal integrity, accountability, and the ability to
produce in an independent environment

Experience and Education:

Must have 3-4 years of gymnastics coaching experience
Must have minimum of high school diploma

Work Status:

This is a full time, non-exempt position. Coaching and administrative split is somewhere near
60% coaching, 40% administrative.
We do have core coaching hours in the evening but administrative time is somewhat flexible.
Occasional weekends required.

Competitive pay:

Pay based on experience. Please include salary requests in cover letter. Includes employermatched IRA contributions, paid time off, paid holidays, and health insurance possible in the
future!

How to Apply: Email resume and cover letter
Web Address: https://pittgymclub.com
Contact: Kim Ransom
Email: info@pgcpbc.com
Phone: 412-271-108

 


 

29 DELLAMARTA RD, WANGARA, WA 6065

9309 3500 (GYM) 9300 0485 (HOME) 9409 1464 (FAX)

www.highflyerswa.com

 

High Flyers is a family run private business in the suburb of Wangara in Perth, Western Australia and employees around 40 full time, part time and casual staff, with over 1200 athletes coming through the gym each week.

 

We are looking for an experienced Tumbling coach to join our team and head up the tumbling programme within the club.  In this role, you would be responsible for lesson plans, database management and providing direction to both recreational and competitive athletes from age 5 upwards.  You will also be managing and mentoring two casual tumbling coaches who are already working with the tumbling groups. There will be other general gymnastics coaching within the role.

 

The successful candidate must have good written and verbal English skills and be able to work within a team environment.  They must also be forward thinking and proactive.  Salary will depend on qualification, skills, availability and experience.

 

If you are interested in this role, please send through your CV with a short introduction letter to lynn.manning@highflyerswa.com or for further details or answers to any questions you may have.

 


 

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FINLAND – HEAD COACH FOR WOMEN’S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS

 

Tampere is the biggest city area after the capital in Finland. There are 230 000 inhabitants in Tampere. Tampereen Sisu is an artistic gymnastics club with 1500 gymnasts. We have about 60 competing athletes in women’s artistic gymnastics. We have gymnasts in Finnish national team as well as in other national training groups.

Tampereen Sisu is looking for a head coach for WAG to be a part of our coaching team. The final job description depends on the experience and hopes of the candidate. The job can be working with top gymnasts or coaching of younger gymnasts depending on the coach’s level.

At the moment we have four full time coaches in WAG to work with. We also have the best boy’s coaching team in the country with 6 full time coaches.

We can offer:

  • An active team
  • The best equipped gym in the country
  • Exciting position in a social working environment
  • Very talented young gymnasts
  • Competitive salary

Skills needed:

  • Highly competent and experienced background for WAG
  • Enthusiastic attitude
  • Willingness to develop as a coach
  • Good cooperation skills with colleagues and other relation groups

 

For more information:

The president of the club Mr. Joni Koivunen +358 500 973314, e-mail joni.koivunen@tampereensisu.fi or

WAG team leader Mrs. Maria Pirskanen +358 40 7270693, e-mail mpirskanen@hotmail.com

Please submit your application by e-mail to: joni.koivunen@tampereensisu.fi

 


 

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