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Ref no:
DEE04619
Published:
30/9/2022
Closes:
16/10/2022
Location:
Dundee City Council – Various Locations in Dundee, DD1 1NL
Salary:
£21,665 - £22,302 per year
Contract Type:
Permanent
Position Type:
Full Time
Hours:
37 hours per week

This position has expired.

Job Description

Leisure & Culture Dundee is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) SC042421. It was established by Dundee City Council in July 2011 to deliver leisure, sports, library, information and cultural services for the city.

www.leisureandculturedundee.com

You will be working an  average of 37 hours per week carried out over a 6 week rota. This will include weekend and evening working

 

Requirements

The individual should hold a minimum of a level 2 Fitness Instructor qualification, a GP or Exercise Referral Qualification* and hold a current and valid First Aid Certificate.

*or be willing to work towards, and successfully attain, the qualification within 3 months of being offered the post.

 

Responsibilities

To deliver a wide range of fitness services across Leisure and Culture Dundee programmes which will include working on mainstream and referral based programmes with those who experience multiple barriers to physical activity participation and those with long term medical conditions

 

The Individual

 

You will have experience in delivering Gym and Circuit based exercise sessions for a wide range of clientele, in a group and 1:1 setting. In addition, you will be experienced in conducting 1:1 consultations and fitness sessions, as well as prescribing appropriate fitness plans.

You will be approachable, reliable and have the ability to motivate other. In addition, you will possess excellent communication skills, both verbally and written, and be able to plan and organise time effective.

 

The post includes weekend and evening working across multiple sites therefore you should be able to take a flexible approach to work.

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As the industry is constantly evolving you should be willing to undergo further training as part continued personal development and service provision enhancement.

 

Due to the nature of the post, there is an expectation for the individual to become a member of the PVG scheme for both vulnerable adults and children.

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