The Faculty Staff Fitness (FSF) program is offered through the College of Public Health & Human Sciences at Oregon State University. The purpose of the program is to enhance the individual health, fitness, and well-being of OSU employees. The FSF program scheduled its first series of activity classes in the spring of 1984, initially offering 10 classes and enrolling 100 participants.
The FSF program currently offers 30-40 classes and serves over 800 faculty, staff, graduate assistants, spouses/partners, and retirees of the university each term. Core activities include courses in aerobics, aqua fitness, conditioning, mind/body, and weight training.
This is a hourly position. Classes are offered 2 to 3 days a week.
Please visit the Faculty Staff Fitness website ((Please contact us using the "Apply for this Job Posting" box below)) for additional information about the program.Position Duties
Teach Mind/Body courses in the OSU Faculty Staff Fitness program.
Instruction includes design, delivery, and assessing individual participants’ ability to perform movement correctly.Minimum/Required Qualifications
This position is hourly.
This position requires the ability to demonstrate the physical fitness activity to participants for the duration of the class.
This position may include lifting up to 40 pounds, bending, twisting, and physical demands associated with fitness activity classes.
Classes are offered in short blocks of time throughout the day and week, including early mornings, lunch times, and evenings. For example an Instructor may teach the same class for one hour on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.