WHO WE HIRE
THE ATHLETE WHO HAS BECOME A COACH
Has a past as an athlete, then as a trainer in their sport.Easy to establish honest relationships with all kinds of people.Is now interested in training because of the impact it can have on people's lives.Is happy to be established in Santa Barbara.Not sure if it is possible to have a sustainable career as a coaching professional.
Has training in kinesiology. Already working as a trainer, but would like to be able to go deeper to help their members. Wishes to have a career as a professional trainer, but does not see how their present job can provide him/her with this opportunity.Knows they want to live in Santa Barbara. Wants to work within a team, but also to have the freedom to develop professionally independently.
THE EXPERIENCED COACH
Already a full-time trainer or coach.Receives acceptable pay, but is tired of working the floor from morning to night to make it happen.Enjoys helping people by working on basic and long term aspects of physical capacity.Would like to be part of a team for the professional energy that this brings.Seeking to live in Santa Barbara long-term for its quality of life.
ROLE OF A COACH AT INNATE FITNESS
Support members in their progress, both physically and psychologically.
Develop your own clientele. Be ready to connect with people who have genuine potential to benefit from your services.
Teach in private. Teach the basics and details of movements used in general physical preparation (GPP) while establishing an authentic and professional relationship for the future.
Teach / supervise group members. Work to master the management, supervision and teaching of GPP training in groups.
Embody and guide members in the group culture of Innate Fitness: work hard, but intelligently, respect the difficulties related to progress, do not take yourself too seriously.
Contribute to the daily tasks of the company: programming, maintenance, creation of web content (social networks and articles), etc.
We at Innate Fitness, are seeking a full-time coach to join our staff and team. This position requires coaching between 6-9 classes per week, performing 9-12 hours of private training programming and sessions per week, and 5-10 hours per week of administrative duties related to member acquisition and retention. Experience working with a broad array of clients spanning the spectrum in age, physical ability, and fitness is required.
We seek a coach who can generate and convert prospective clients, on-board and prepare new members for group classes, and maintain an attentive, on-going relationship with our existing members.
For the right person, someone hungry to build a stable clientele and develop as a coach, this position offers the opportunity for full-time employment as well as income and career growth.
Our ideal candidate is committed to a professional career in coaching, has at least 1 Strength and Conditioning Certification at minimum, and one or more years of experience coaching Functional Fitness. More importantly, we seek a coach who is passionate about helping others realize the transformative potential of fitness and who has experience coaching individuals with varied skill and fitness profiles. The ideal candidate brings value to group classes, personal training, and the coaching team by generously sharing their expertise and knowledge with others, and s/he routinely invests in their personal and professional development through continuing education practices.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to the below email.
Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered.
In your cover letter, please address the following questions:
Why do you feel you are a perfect fit for this position?
How do you think you will add value to our clients?
What are your core values?
Please provide examples of how these values influence your approach to coaching/training as well as life more broadly.
Above all, we are looking for quality people with whom to transform bodies, lives and create an amazing community and environment.