Personal Trainer - Rehabilitation Specialist
Built from the foundations of a boutique Personal Training studio, Our clients new Notting Hill flagship space brings their 1:1 experience to small group training. The company offer their clients a fresh and inspiring approach to training, via a dynamic and science led classes and personal training sessions. It’s an exciting time to join our clients ambitious team as they strive to deliver West London’s best boutique fitness experience.
Our client are currently looking for a full time, experienced personal trainer to join their team. As a business, they pride themselves on their ability to work with a broad range of injuries, and for this specific role we are seeking an individual with experience in the sports rehabilitation or injury management sector. Primarily, the candidate would be delivering personal training sessions to an existing client base. Second to this, the candidate would be responsible for working with the Founder to manage the in-house training programme, and continual professional development of the team.
To apply for this position you must have;
-An exercise related degree (sports science, strength & conditioning or sports rehabilitation would be preferable)
-Personal Training Certification to level 3 or above.
-At least 2 years’ personal training experience (preferably, in the rehab/sports injury sector).
-A client focused approach to training.
-Strong verbal and written and communication skills.
Opportunities to include:
-Competitive salary and company benefits.
-Becoming a key member of a growing team and company, with the opportunity to develop and lead in house training activities.
-Access to a network of leading medical and fitness professionals within Central London.
-Opportunity to grow professionally.
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