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  • Rick Mc 2:27 pm on August 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    teach Gymnastics in New York 

    The New York Kids Club – with soon to be 12 New York City enrichment centers – is now seeking enthusiastic, committed expert gymnastics instructors for our current and future seasons.

    Afternoon and weekend teaching hours required

    Competitive hourly rates with career growth and possible salaried teaching positions in the future for those interested in on the job training beyond gymnastics

    Other benefits are possible for those interested in working more than 20 hours per week

    Required Skills, Attributes and Certifications:

    At least two years of experience instructing preschool and recreational gymnastics

    Physically active, full of personality and comfortable with all age children

    Brings a high level of enthusiasm and is a team player

    Follow lessons plans that fit within the program guidelines and curriculum

    Want to know what its like to work at the NYKC? CLICK HERE

    Click PLAY or learn about the program on YouTube.

  • Rick Mc 11:30 pm on March 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    coach Rec Gymnastics in China 

    Inspire Sports in China has 4 gyms now and is looking to hire more foreign coaches. The language of instruction is English taught alongside Chinese teaching assistants.

    Inspire Sports China

    Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

    Experience China.

    Any interested applicants please contact Liang Cheng.



    Tel: 1-780-885-5223

  • Rick Mc 6:47 pm on July 12, 2013 Permalink | Reply  

    Coach in Cold Lake, Alberta 

    The economy is booming in Alberta, Canada. Especially up north.

    Full-time coach needed immediately.

    Lakeland Gymnastics Club offers classes to more than 300 children. Our competitive team consists of 25 athletes currently competing at Provincial levels.

    Salary: negotiable based on experience/certification

    Cold Lake is located about 3 hours N.E. of Edmonton, 1 hour from Lloydminster.

    … boating, swimming, fishing and camping. Through our winter months we enjoy all outdoor winter sports.

    Please send resume via email to: lakelandgymclub (a) hotmail.com

    Attention Krista Ramsay

    Click PLAY or watch their PROMO video on YouTube.

  • Rick Mc 1:54 pm on October 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Canadian Pre-CIT program 

    At the recent Alberta Gymnastics Congress I got my first chance to see this document. It’s a coach training program for ages 13-14.

    Gymnastics Canada has updated their (old) Development Leader (Dev’L) program, rebranding it the “Pre-CIT program”.

    In the first year of the Pre-CIT program, candidates will complete 5 hours of tutorials, covering 10 topic areas, and assist in the gym for 10 hours.

    In the second year, candidates will complete an additional 10 hours of tasks related to coaching, officiating and administration. Over the course of the two years, it is also expected that the Pre- CIT will remain an active gymnastic participant, completing a minimum of 15 hours of “gymming” time.

    13 year old Pre-CITs MUST complete the program over two full training years. 14 and 15 year old Pre-CITs have the option of completing the program in one or two training years.

    At age-15, they can enter into the adult National Coaching Certification Program.

    Resources from many clubs across the country were compiled, edited and produced by Cathy Haines with assistance from Elisabeth Bureaud.

    This program is voluntary.

    Nice work.

    But it’s only available to Gymnastics Canada clubs, so far as I know.

  • Rick Mc 9:05 pm on May 17, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Coach in New Brunswick 

    Beauséjour Gymnos Gymnastics Club is a not-for-profit organization located in Moncton, New Brunswick – one of Canada’s top rated places to live! The club has a large recreational membership with an average of 700 participants registered in the fall, winter, and spring sessions.

    We are currently seeking an enthusiastic, responsible, and dynamic team member to fulfill the position of Recreational Program Director. This creative person will be helping direct a staff of approximately 30 coaches in a fun filled and progressive environment. Candidates should show experience working with children, be prepared to be a mentor and motivator for our staff and, take initiative to help keep our programs current and creative.

    This position is full time; 35 – 40 hours per week with a weekly set schedule divided amongst 5 days where 1 day will be a weekend and 2-3 days may include afternoon/evening hours. The work week will involve both office hours and gym hours observing and managing the delivery of the recreational program.

    The successful candidate must be willing to commence no later than August 20th, 2012 (earlier is preferable).

    Salary will commensurate with qualifications, skills, and proven experience. We thank all applicants in advance however, only those who are requested for an interview will be contacted.

    Please forward resumes in confidence to
    Tanya McMahon: tanya.mcmahon {a} nbed.nb.ca

    Application deadline is June 29th, 2012.

  • Rick Mc 5:43 pm on November 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Calgary, Canada – Rec Director needed 

    My home club, actually. I had the job in the distant past.

    Recreational Director – $42 000.00 a Year

    · Minimum Level 2 Coaching Certificate
    · Minimum 5 years experience working with children
    · Good leadership and communication skills
    · Possess excellent knowledge of physiology, physical development and gymnastic safety
    · Posses a valid First Aid certificate
    · Compassionate, caring individual who enjoys working with children
    · Compassionate, caring individual who enjoys working with children

    Duties include, but do not reflect ALL duties for the Recreational Director: *For the purpose of this Job Description the term Recreation refers to children over the ages of 6
    Responsible in the facilitation of all recreation program
    Responsible for hiring and allocating classes to coaches
    Responsible for planning and implementing special events of Gymnathon and Rec Rock
    Responsible for planning of the recreation sessions.
    Responsible in the planning and supervision of the Summer Staff
    · Supervise and evaluate all coaches working with the recreation program.
    · Organize a professional development program for recreation coaches.
    · As a member of AGC, this individual is required to upgrade certification as required, and to attend mentorship workshops and development programs that will enhance the stated position’s knowledge and technical development. These programs can be either initiated by the stated position or by the board of directors.
    · Ensure the gym and equipment is safe, organized and clean, maintenance and housekeeping needs repaired, reported and/or delegated as needed
    · Assist in Registrations as needed with the office administration
    · Budget responsibilities for your program, as assigned
    · Organize Recreational Summer Camps and Staff. Apply for summer grant positions
    · Monitor, and submit AGF Recreational Registrations
    · Organize all User Group and Birthdays:
    Supervise Evening and Saturday Rec Classes

    • Work with Kindergym Coordinator to develop Entire Recreational Program as a whole

    Ideal Schedule:
    Monday-Thursday 12:00-8:30 (With a 30 min Break) Saturday 8:00-4:00

    Email my friend Jessica Walper for details. jessica_agc {a} hotmail.ca

  • Rick Mc 11:56 pm on September 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Adult Gymnastics Training Plan – 4 weeks out from competition 

    Gina Paulhus competes Level 8 AAU … but can only train a couple of times a week. She shares her plan on Gymnastike.

    Gina’s a personal fitness trainer associated with Home Bodies in-home fitness training.

    Click PLAY or see what they do on YouTube.

  • Rick Mc 10:14 am on August 22, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Gymnastics bus for sale 

    … Built by Tumblebus, the leaders in the area of mobile gym buses, The Discovery Bus is a 1991 International diesel converted school bus, in very good condition. A propane generator runs two air-conditioning units. The Discovery Bus is not affiliated with any franchise and you will own the intellectual property rights for a program that supports both typical and special needs kids

    A wonderful business for anyone who loves working with children. The Bus also works exceptionally well in the market for children with special needs. We provide well defined, clear instructions to get you up and running immediately and we will happily share our extensive experience with the new owners.

    The Bus is beautifully fitted out to accommodate a wide range of equipment including tumbling mats, climbing wall, zip line, vault, multiple balance beams, monkey bars, swings, rings, slide, trampolines and more. Safety features include padded gymnastic flooring and carpeting on the lower walls. Additional sensory equipment has been added to the Bus to provide a Sensory-oriented preschool motor development program.

    Asking price – $24,500. Email Rochelle@achievabilityllc.com or call 407-977-7874 for more information. We are located in Orlando, FL, but the bus can be relocated.

    (via Gymnastics Coaching)

  • Rick Mc 4:40 am on March 1, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Rec Gym Club for sale 

    My friend Darlene Traviss is selling her Canadian gymnastics business, Flip Factory.

    It’s located in Calgary, Alberta. The economy is very strong.

    Contact darlene AT flip-factory.com (403) 265-2656

  • Rick Mc 5:03 am on January 17, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    from an Athletics Department coach … 

    From Coach Dawn:

    6 things that should be on every administrator’s “wish list” for their Athletics department

    1. No part time coaches on staff.
    2. Every sport adequately funded.
    3. Well paid coaching staffs.
    4. Facilities to be proud of.
    5. Respect from general campus body.
    6. Equality for athletics and academics.

    read more – Two Front Teeth? A Coach’s Opinion On What Administrators Should Want For Christmas

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