North Lincolnshire Council has vacancies in the Brigg area and is offering more than £12-an-hour for the successful applicants.
Those taken on will make a big difference to the lives of many people, the authority suggests.
North Lincolnshire Council is looking for qualified fitness coaches to deliver group fitness classes at Epworth Leisure Centre as well as our four other leisure centres.
Are you a trained fitness coach? Are you enthusiastic about exercise? Could you deliver exciting group fitness classes? We want to hear from you. We are seeking coaches who are looking to either cover existing classes or potentially have their own fitness classes within our leisure centres.
We offer an attractive training package for the right candidates who are looking to progress their careers in fitness.
You could deliver fitness classes at:
- Epworth Leisure Centre
- Ancholme Leisure Centre (Scawby Brook, near Brigg)
- The Pods (Scunthorpe)
- Baysgarth Leisure Centre (Barton)
- Riddings Pool (Scunthorpe)
Applicants must have either a Level Two Gym or Exercise to Music qualification, plus additional qualifications in their specific area.
Successful candidates will be required to plan and deliver fitness training sessions to large groups of people. Evening and weekend working will be required. Being able to travel around North Lincolnshire is advantageous.
If you are interested in applying or would like to find out more details, go to www.northlincs.gov.uk/latest-jobs and search for ‘fitness coach’.
Cllr Carl Sherwood (Brigg & Wolds), Cabinet Member for Community Wellbeing, said: “With many people aiming to get fit and healthy in the New Year, the group fitness classes at our leisure centres are a great way for people to do just that. With over 150 classes on offer across our five leisure centres, there are plenty to choose from.
“To enable us to provide these classes and support our health and fitness members, we need to ensure that we have qualified fitness coaches to do this.
“Fitness coaches play a vital role in supporting people on their fitness journey. If you have a gym or fitness qualification and want to help others get fit, why not give fitness coaching a go? You could make a big difference to many peoples’ lives.
“The fitness classes on offer suit all abilities and tastes, such as yoga and BodyCombat.”