Casual In-School Gymnastics Coach
Posted , 01 Apr 2019 | Job Id :4BA4-6515-54162544
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Activated Group Pty Ltd

  • Casual/vacation
  • Sydney NSW, Australia

Job Summary: We are looking for people who are passionate about gymnastics and living a healthy life to join our Sydney and Wollongong coaching teams. The successful applicant will need to be available Monday-Friday and willing to work at least two days with the potential for more.

Job Details: Are you a high energy, motivated individual looking for some work during school hours? Do you love gymnastics?

We currently have several positions available in the Sydney/Wollongong area for gymnastics coaches to join our team.

Essential Criteria:
- Must be able to demonstrate basic gymnastics skills (handstand, cartwheel & round off)
- Have a current working with children clearance (or the ability to obtain one)
- Previous experience in a coaching or working with children role
- Must be able to tow an equipment trailer

Desirable Criteria:
- Gymnastics coaching accreditation
- Experience working in a school environment

We run specialized gymnastics programs in primary schools right across Australia, and pride ourselves on the high level of professionalism and dedication of our staff.

As part of our coaching team you will be delivering an award winning program to schools in your area. Always working with another coach you will be required to travel to the school, set up our equipment and run each of the classes using set lesson plans. You will be expected to bring an engaging, high energy and a fun program to your students to meet specific outcomes.

With opportunities to grow within the company this is a great chance for anyone passionate about gymnastics and getting children activated to join our team!

Full training and constant ongoing support will be provided to all employees.Will be required to attend a training day and do some in-program training.

Please send through a copy of your resume to sam@activatedgroup.com.au

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