Gym 115 in Randwick has the most exciting opportunity in the fitness industry: Club Manager!
And why so exciting?
We are relaunching the club with new memberships, services and Team! This is your opportunity to lead a team and have a positive impact on the staff, members and in the community.
But this role is not for the average gym manager!
You must have some ‘get up and go’ and show us! We will want to see previous examples where your energy has impacted marketing, sales and retention.
You are critical to the success of the club as you will be driving the financial performance of the business. You are the number one person responsible for club growth and club income – a huge responsibility. Are you up for it?
You must be confident on the telephone, have sales skills (we will spend lots of time training you), show exceptional customer service skills, and be able to work in a Team environment. The critical skill is being confident on the telephone, as much of your time will be spent on the phone making appointments.
One of your key roles will be developing a relationship with local businesses in order to generate leads.
You will be required full time Monday to Friday and an occasional weekend.
You will be paid a base between $65,000 and $75,000 plus commission. It is a generous commission structure with money from your first sale! Your base will determine upon experience and skills.
Interviewing will begin ASAP!
Please send through your introduction letter (we want to check your ability to spell) or video (we want to see how comfortable you are for the Facebook Lives you’ll need to do) and your resume with 3 referees we could call – once you give us permission.
It is important you send everything through that you think will make you stand out as the Club Manager we must hire. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Justin is the Managing Director of Active Management, which he began January 2004. He offers coaching to businesses worldwide in everything from start up and design to marketing and sales systems. Justin also facilitates four Australian and New Zealand ‘fitness industry roundtables’ events, which allows him to see a huge cross section of business models.