Productive and social work environment with gym equipment.
Fitness Center Supervisor (Former Employee), Sharon, PA – June 12, 2014
Pros: exceptional pay, certification program included, unlimited personal usage of fitness center.
Cons: short hours, not many tasks (mostly supervise).
I was required to take a course to become certified in CPR AED in case of accidental occurrence in the fitness center. I enjoyed working in the fitness center because I learned a lot about the machines as well as the proper way to use them. I would say I am well experienced an knowledgable in that area of health and wellness.
-A typical day at work consist of assigning personal training clients to trainers, overseeing group exercise classes, and meetings. -I have learned about nutrition, exercising, and the anatomy of the human body. -I have had the opportunity to work with great managers at the Rec. They guide me in direction but let me make my own decision when the time – more... comes. -The hardest part of my job is scheduling 20+ college students because they are all taking classes full time. -The most enjoyable part of my job is working in an environment that motivates me as well as others to be as healthy and happy as possible. – less
Productive and safe working environment with growth and advancement
sales where (Former Employee), South Elgin, IL – April 23, 2014
my usual day consisted of cleaning the gym in the morning and answering phones to set up my sales appointments throughout the week. I worked 8 hour days. My favorite part was interacting with the clients in the gym.
Kids Room Attendant (Former Employee), San Clemente CA – January 29, 2014
A typical day including clocking in then cleaning facility and sanitizing equipment. When there were kids I would go to kids room and supervise activities for 2 hour sessions. Often we would also put flyers out. Management was overall friendly not very professional in some cases which was the hardest part of the job sometimes. Coworkers were very open – more... and nice so it made things easy for the new employee. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – December 4, 2013
Customer Service Representative Membership sales Greeted and checked-in members and guests Answered phones Cashier key holder Applied cash and credit to accounts Entered new accounts in system
Health Fitness Specialist (Former Employee), Greensboro, NC – October 1, 2013
Administered fitness orientation to prospective and existing gym members. Maintained and performed regular maintenance on fitness machines. Supported and assisted with the development and implementing of youth sports programs.
Club Coordinator (Current Employee), Fontana, CA – September 12, 2013
Pros: free gym membership
Cons: no healthcare
Maintain accurate payroll records and employee files, including manual check log and reconciliation of the gym’s payroll account. Analyze daily revenue reports and update cash projections for all levels of management. Ensure all revenue goals are achieved by marketing promotional memberships. Perform all safety protocols to ensure a safe healthy environment – more... by managing equipment maintenance and cleaning responsibilities. Respond to all membership inquiries as well as updating membership billing data. – less
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – July 22, 2013
Pros: free to work out.
Cons: no insurance
A typical day at work is, coming in to open the office. check voice mails and call customers back. I start signing people up and dealing with payments and paying bills. I greet my cumstomers and make sure they are satisfied and do not need any help. I make sure they gym looks nice and clean.
Receptionist/Sales Associate (Former Employee), Pflugerville, TX – July 18, 2013
Pros: great work environment
Cons: cleaning all of the equipment
The owners were awesome. I lived close by the gym - they lived in Cedar Park. They continued to give me more responsibility and I continued to learn how to run a gym. The hardest part of the job was opening the gym at 5:00a five days a week.
Front Desk (Former Employee), Sachse, TX – July 15, 2013
Pros: meeting new people and gaining skills
The work place was nice, clean, and fun. I have grown a lot from working at Fitness 24Hr Xpress i have learn manager skills like making reports, how to interact with co-workers, and most of all making customers happy. Fitness 24Hr Xpress management was not all that great we had a manager that lets us do whatever we wanted he never took reasonability – more... for his actions or ours. The hardest part of the job was not knowing what we had to do as a team because our manager didn't really care about the job. The most enjoyable part about the job was meeting new people and gaining friends in the end. – less
Yoga Instructor (Current Employee), Birdsboro – April 26, 2013
Pros: stay fit, new sneakers
Cons: cant teach enoiugh to pay my bills
Only teaching 1 class per day does not pay my bills but does keep you fit. I work from a small town community center and the fitness aspect is usually left behind . Board members and management focus on the children of our community rather than adults. The hardest thing about my job is loving what you do doesnt pay the bills but the gratification of – more... helping others was fulfilling – less