Position Available: Run Club Coach
Start Date: Late July/Early August 2017
Time Commitment: Saturday or Sunday mornings 7:30am; year-round or in 12-week seasonal sessions (open to discussion)
General Description: Run Club coaches train women in all stages of motherhood and allow them the chance to increase their endurance and/or speed in a supportive and inspiring environment. Our Run Club coach will continue to lead our established programs to train moms for 10K and half marathon races, and we may also be looking to expand upon those offerings with an enthusiastic coach ready to lead the way.
Devise training plans for various distances and plan race routes for scheduled group runs according to those plans.
Provide Run Club members with safety tips, best practices, motivation, and inspiration in person and via our online community.
Assist with marketing responsibilities and help to recruit new members.
Instructor would be responsible for acquiring and maintaining necessary FIT4MOM fitness instructor certifications, CPR and First Aid certifications, and liability insurance.
Potential to teach Fit4Baby, Stroller Strides, Stroller Barre, Body Back, or other FIT4MOM programs in the future.
Passion for fitness, wellness, and motherhood required.
Experience with race training as a group leader or as a self-motivated individual is required. Tell us about your running background.
Highly qualified candidates will be motivated, social, and personable.
Must be comfortable approaching potential members and marketing the programs.
Must have reliable transportation.
Must be willing to hold training runs in most weather conditions.
Availability must include Saturday or Sunday mornings 7:30-9:30am for our 12-week seasonal sessions.
You do not have to be a mother to be a coach, but strong candidates will be very familiar with the needs of women in all stages of motherhood.
How to Apply:
If interested, please send cover letter, resume, and two references to email@example.com with subject line “Run Club Coach”. No phone calls, please.
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