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An exciting opportunity exists to join The Gym@CDU as a Fitness Consultant

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Looking for a job?

An exciting opportunity exists to join The Gym@CDU as a Fitness Consultant

You will find that we are a personally committed, friendly and happy bunch of professionals working at The Gym@CDU. We are a community gym with a personal, club like atmosphere, committed to the highest standards of the university as well as to the fitness industry.

The Fitness Consultant is responsible for reception and can instruct a range of group fitness classes, there is also the option of picking up clients for personal training. The role can be on a part-time or casual basis with the chance of moving into full-time employment for the right person. The role attracts award payments plus additional allowances. Currently there are mainly evening and weekend shifts available.

If you have your Cert III in Fitness or study sport science, you can instruct a variety of group fitness classes, have an open and outgoing personality with a good eye for detail please contact Anke Pfannkuchen.

T: 08 8946 6688 
E: to discuss the role and obtain a position description.

Please feel also free to come into our gym at any time to have a chat to our staff, get to know the gym and leave your resume.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.



Are you an online student?

We’re offering a free study help service for online students enrolled in first-year 100 level units.

This pilot program will be offered over the Summer Semester starting November 21, 2016.

If you need help with writing and grammar, or maths in electrotechnology, accounting, statistics or referencing, you can access one-to-one assistance from an expert tutor online.

To find out more head to the Your Tutor website, or keep an eye out for the link to Your Tutor in Learnline.

Respect. Now. Always.

Respect. Now. Always. is a national student survey being conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission. The survey aims to measure the incidence of sexual harassment and sexual assault in Higher Education.

If you have received an email inviting you to participate, please have your say and help raise awareness about this issue.

The survey is an independent and confidential and needs your participation.

To find out more information head to the Respect. Now. Always.