| Serving over 14,000 students, staff and faculty The Cornell Fitness Centers is a premier university fitness operation and an incredible opportunity for a dynamic and creative facility operations professional. CFC operates five different fitness centers across campus, 95+ group fitness classes a week, and works with a variety of departments across campus to meet fitness and wellness needs.|
The Assistant Director of Fitness Operations is responsible for day-to-day operations of all five fitness centers including supervision of over 200 part time staff, cleaning of equipment, maintenance of all front desk equipment and some site equipment (computers, card swipes, music, fans, blinds and office supplies and first aid supplies). Directs responsibility for leading, developing and monitoring all work schedules created in When to Work for CFC. This includes creating and formatting schedule templates, directing scheduling weekends, managing shift adjustments, missed shift and lateness discipline as well as all schedule change requests. Direct supervision, mentoring and scheduling of five student coordinators who assist in daily monitoring all five fitness centers. Oversees the formation and execution of safety and cleaning practices and updates all training materials and policy manuals pertaining to the five centers. Oversees all student employee discipline issues and administers all probations and terminations as necessary. Coordinates the card swipe access database using Rec Trac system for all secured access points at the sites. Serves as the front line contact for all lost and found materials in all sites. Supervises the Cornell Card Access database access and reviews proper usage of this program daily via the manager's access. Supervises the Helen Newman Hall issue room staff after 2pm weekdays and all day on weekends. Revises all policies for the HNH issue room, communicates special events information to this staff and oversees the security cameras and system for HNH. Responsible for all lost and found items including cataloguing and turning these into Cornell police on a daily basis. Serves as the professional on call for after hours and weekend issues. Reviews and updates training class materials for some training classes. Assists in hiring, training, evaluating and coaching over 200 part time student employees including five student coordinators specifically dedicated to monitoring the fitness locations. Assists in monitoring the fitness equipment and reports maintenance issues to the proper staff member. Assists in reviewing equipment for purchase. Assists in teaching the First-Aid, CPR and AED courses which certify staff. Assists in teaching student staff training courses throughout the year.
Bachelor's degree plus two years professional experience beyond a graduate assistantship. Current American Red Cross First-aid, CPR and AED certification. Working knowledge of the When To Work employee scheduling program and Rec Trac member management software. Must have supervisory skills, hiring and evaluating employees and experience supervising a fitness center and equipment issue operations. Experience teaching courses and demonstrated customer service skills. Computer knowledge of MS Office, website development and management and database management programs.
Masters degree preferred. Certified Personal Trainer, experience working with a large and diverse membership. Experience working in a Campus Recreation department in the collegiate setting. Bachelor's degree and Masters degree in sports management, physical education, recreation, or leisure services preferred. Ability to gain American Red Cross instructor certification within the first six months of employment.
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University Job Title:Instructor Pe
Pay Rate Type:Salary
Contact Name:Cassie Palladino
Number of Openings:1
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