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  • Gymnastics Classes in El Paso, TX
  • Gymnastics Classes in El Paso, TX
  • Gymnastics Classes in El Paso, TX

Address

12115 Rojas Dr #900

El Paso, TX, 79936

Hours of Operation
Monday           12PM-8:30PM
Tuesday          9AM-8:30PM
Wednesday      12PM-8:30PM
Thursday         9AM-8:30PM
Friday            12PM-9:30PM
Saturday           9AM-2PM
Sunday               Closed

In College or Over 21yrs Positions

Gymnastics Coach - Our gymnastics coaches are trained in order to acquire the skill knowledge necessary to coach our recreational classes. It is the coaches’ responsibility to stay up to date on lesson plans, which are delegated, and to follow the systems in place which nurture our students’ growth and progress. These coaches work in a fast paced environment that requires strong time management, strong speaking skills for when they prospect to and communicate with parents, and the ability to maintain a calm and playful demeanor under pressure. This position can be incredibly physically demanding, as Gymnastics Coaches train with, and often spot/carry, students between the ages of 7 and 17. 

Requirements: Coaches must be: 

  • Punctual and timely in their arrival times, as they go straight into very engaging work as   soon as they clock in; this requires early arrival to settle in and gather any materials/information you may need to perform to standard.

  • Able to maintain high energy, engagement, and awareness throughout 3 to 4 back-to-back class sessions in a day; this enables them to assess the skill level of all students in their class, while being able to give accurate and knowledgeable information to parents regarding a student’s behavior, progress, and any injuries they may incur 

  • Pay attention to details when giving corrections to students in regards to skills

  • Manage time effectively, as they are given specific amounts of time to perform tasks that involve cleaning AND the instruction of classes

  • Comfortable speaking to and addressing, in a way that is both enthusiastic and professional, parents and students who are unfamiliar; part of this job involves selling events to individuals you’ve just met

Job Responsibilities

  • Will be required to work a maximum of 12 class hours per calendar week. Any additional hours may be worked if desired by picking up shifts for Events and Birthday Parties that will require scheduling on Saturdays between the hours of 1:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m., and Sundays between 11:30 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.

  • Will be required to work a 5:45 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. shift two Saturdays per calendar month

 

 

Tumbling Coach - Our tumbling coaches are trained in order to acquire the skill knowledge necessary to coach our recreational classes. It is the coaches’ responsibility to stay up to date on lesson plans, which are delegated, and to follow the systems in place which nurture our students’ growth and progress. These coaches work in a fast paced environment that requires adroit time management, strong speaking skills for when they prospect to and communicate with parents, and the capacity to maintain a calm and playful demeanor under pressure. This position can be incredibly physically demanding, as Tumbling Coaches train with (and often spot/carry through complex, off-the-floor skills) students between the ages of 7 and 17. 

Requirements: Coaches must be: 

  • Punctual and timely in their arrival times, as they go straight into very engaging work as   soon as they clock in; this requires early arrival to settle in and gather any materials/information you may need to perform to standard.

  • Able to maintain high energy, engagement, and awareness throughout 3 to 4 back-to-back class sessions in a day; this enables them to assess the skill level of all students in their class, while being able to give accurate and knowledgeable information to parents regarding a student’s behavior, progress, and any injuries they may incur 

  • Pay attention to details when giving corrections to students in regards to skills

  • Manage time effectively, as they are given specific amounts of time to perform tasks that involve cleaning AND the instruction of classes

  • Comfortable speaking to and addressing, in a way that is both enthusiastic and professional, parents and students who are unfamiliar; part of this job involves selling events to individuals you’ve just met

Job Responsibilities

  • Will be required to work a maximum of 12 class hours per calendar week. Any additional hours may be worked if desired by picking up shifts for Events and Birthday Parties that will require scheduling on Saturdays between the hours of 1:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m., and Sundays between 11:30 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.

  • Will be required to work a 5:45 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. shift two Saturdays per calendar month

 

Preschool Coach - Our Preschool coaches are trained in order to acquire the skill knowledge necessary to coach our recreational classes. It is the coaches’ responsibility to stay up to date on lesson plans, which are delegated, and to follow the systems in place which nurture our students’ growth and progress. These coaches work in a fast paced environment that requires adroit time management, strong speaking skills for when they prospect to and communicate with parents, and the capacity to maintain a calm and playful demeanor under pressure. This position can be incredibly demanding in a mental capacity, as Preschool Coaches train with students between the ages of 18 months and 6 years old. Anyone instructing a class with students under 7 years of age will be required to participate in ‘silly’ and ‘childish’ games as a means of keeping our younger students engaged.

Requirements: Coaches must be: 

  • Punctual and timely in their arrival times, as they go straight into very engaging work as   soon as they clock in; this requires early arrival to settle in and gather any materials/information you may need to perform to standard.

  • Able to maintain high energy, engagement, and awareness throughout 3 to 4 back-to-back class sessions in a day; this enables them to assess the skill level of all students in their class, while being able to give accurate and knowledgeable information to parents regarding a student’s behavior, progress, and any injuries they may incur 

  • Pay attention to details when giving corrections to students in regards to skills

  • Manage time effectively, as they are given specific amounts of time to perform tasks that involve cleaning AND the instruction of classes

  • Willing to sing to and with our younger students

  • Confident in facilitating classes involving parent participation (mommy & me classes)

  • Urgent in their execution of assigned tasks; Pre-School classes are shorter in length and coaches are expected to complete all tasks assigned to them between classes effectively and to Gymnastics Elite standards.

  • Comfortable speaking to and addressing, in a way that is both enthusiastic and professional, parents and students who are unfamiliar; part of this job involves selling events to individuals you’ve just met

Job Responsibilities

  • Will be required to work a maximum of 12 class hours per calendar week. Any additional hours may be worked if desired by picking up shifts for Events and Birthday Parties that will require scheduling on Saturdays between the hours of 1:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m., and Sundays between 11:30 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.

  • Will be required to work a 5:45 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. shift two Saturdays per calendar month

 

Ninja Zone and Parkour Coaches - Our NZ/Parkour coaches are trained in order to acquire the skill knowledge necessary to coach our recreational classes. It is the coaches’ responsibility to stay up to date on lesson plans, which are delegated, and to follow the systems in place which nurture our students’ growth and progress. These coaches work in a fast paced environment that requires adroit time management, strong speaking skills for when they prospect to and communicate with parents, the capacity to maintain a calm and playful demeanor under pressure, and very high stamina, as they will be running and jumping for up to 4 hours in a day. This position can be incredibly demanding in a mental and physical capacity, as they train alongside students between the ages of 3 and 17. 

Requirements: Coaches must be: 

  • Punctual and timely in their arrival times, as they go straight into very engaging work as   soon as they clock in; this requires early arrival to settle in and gather any materials/information you may need to perform to standard.

  • Able to maintain high energy, engagement, and awareness throughout 3 to 4 back-to-back class sessions in a day, which will involve heavy physical activity; this enables them to assess the skill level of all students in their class, while being able to give accurate and knowledgeable information to parents regarding a student’s behavior, progress, and any injuries they may incur 

  • Pay attention to details when giving corrections to students in regards to skills

  • Manage time effectively, as they are given specific amounts of time to perform tasks that involve cleaning AND the instruction of classes

  • Comfortable speaking to and addressing, in a way that is both enthusiastic and professional, parents and students who are unfamiliar; part of this job involves selling events to individuals you’ve just met

Job Responsibilities

  • Will be required to work a maximum of 12 class hours per calendar week. Any additional hours may be worked if desired by picking up shifts for Events and Birthday Parties that will require scheduling on Saturdays between the hours of 1:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m., and Sundays between 11:30 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.

  • Will be required to work a 5:45 p.m – 11:30 p.m. shift two Saturdays per calendar month.