Anchorage Gymnastics Association

525 W Potter Dr.  Anchorage, AK 99518  P 907.563.3041  F 907.563.1441

We are Hiring!

How to Apply?

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume, cover letter, AGA Employment Application.pdf and any additional relevant materials to mmarlow@anchoragegymnastics.org. Please include "[Job Position] Application - [Your Name]" in the subject line.

Anchorage Gymnastics Association is an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Once we have your completed application we will contact you to schedule an interview

You must be at least 14 years old to apply

 

Positions We Have Available

Preschool and Pre-K Teachers (Full Time)

Job Summary:

As a Preschool and Pre-K Teacher at Anchorage Gymnastics Association, you will play a crucial role in providing a nurturing and engaging learning environment for our young learners. You will be responsible for planning and implementing age-appropriate activities, fostering social and emotional development, and creating a positive and inclusive classroom atmosphere. The ideal candidate will have a passion for early childhood education, excellent communication skills, and the ability to create a supportive and stimulating learning environment.

Responsibilities:

  1. Curriculum Planning:

    • Develop and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum that addresses the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical needs of preschool and pre-k children.
    • Plan and organize daily activities, including arts and crafts, circle time, music, and outdoor play.
  2. Classroom Management:

    • Create a positive and inclusive classroom environment that encourages active participation and engagement.
    • Implement effective behavior management strategies to promote a positive and respectful atmosphere.
  3. Individualized Learning:

    • Recognize and cater to the individual learning needs of each child.
    • Provide additional support or challenges as needed, ensuring that all children have the opportunity to thrive.
  4. Parent Communication:

    • Maintain open and regular communication with parents regarding their child's progress, activities, and any concerns.
  5. Safety and Well-being:

    • Ensure the safety and well-being of all children in the classroom.
    • Implement health and safety protocols and emergency procedures.
  6. Professional Development:

    • Stay current with developments in early childhood education and participate in professional development opportunities.
  7. Collaboration:

    • Work collaboratively with other teachers and staff to create a cohesive and supportive preschool community.
    • Attend and actively participate in team meetings and professional development sessions.

Qualifications:

  • CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Previous experience in preschool teaching preferred.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Passion for working with young children and fostering their development.

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • 401k Program
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Fantastic staff and kids!
  • Positive and collaborative work environment

 AGA Employment Application.pdf

 

Sports Camp Staff (Full time & Part time available)

Job Summary:

As a member of our Sports Camp team at Anchorage Gymnastics Association, you will be responsible for providing a safe, nurturing, and enriching environment for the children in our care. Your role involves supervising and engaging with children in various age groups, implementing age-appropriate activities, and ensuring the overall well-being of each child. The ideal candidate is passionate about early childhood development, exhibits patience and creativity, and works well in a collaborative team setting.

Responsibilities:

  1. Child Supervision and Interaction:

    • Supervise and interact with children in a positive and caring manner.
    • Plan and implement age-appropriate activities that promote learning and development.
  2. Safety and Well-being:

    • Ensure the safety and well-being of all children at all times.
    • Implement health and safety protocols, including emergency procedures.
  3. Daily Routine:

    • Follow and contribute to the daily schedule and routine.
    • Assist with mealtime, playtime, and other daily activities.
  4. Communication:

    • Communicate effectively with parents, providing updates on their child's day and addressing any concerns.
    • Collaborate with other daycare staff to maintain consistency in care and routines.
  5. Record Keeping:

    • Maintain accurate records, including attendance, incident reports, and developmental observations.
  6. Hygiene and Cleanliness:

    • Ensure a clean and hygienic environment, including regular sanitization of toys and play areas.
    • Assist children with personal hygiene routines as needed.
  7. Professional Development:

    • Participate in ongoing professional development opportunities to enhance skills and stay informed about best practices in childcare.
  8. Collaboration:

    • Work collaboratively with other daycare staff to create a positive and supportive team environment.
    • Attend and actively participate in team meetings and training sessions.

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in childcare or related field preferred.
  • CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Patience, creativity, and a genuine love for working with children.

Benefits:

  • Competitive hourly wage.
  • Opportunities for professional development.
  • Positive and collaborative work environment.

 AGA Employment Application.pdf

Rec Coaches (Part-time available)

Job Summary:

As a Recreational Gymnastics Coach at Anchorage Gymnastics Association, you will play a key role in providing high-quality gymnastics instruction to recreational-level athletes. Your primary responsibility is to create a positive and inclusive learning environment, develop age-appropriate lesson plans, and inspire a love for gymnastics in our participants. The ideal candidate is enthusiastic, knowledgeable about gymnastics techniques, and dedicated to fostering the physical and emotional well-being of young athletes.

Responsibilities:

  1. Gymnastics Instruction:

    • Plan, organize, and conduct gymnastics classes for recreational-level participants.
    • Instruct and demonstrate proper gymnastics techniques, skills, and routines.
  2. Skill Development:

    • Assess the skill levels of participants and provide appropriate progressions to develop their gymnastics abilities.
    • Foster a love for gymnastics and physical activity through engaging and age-appropriate activities.
  3. Safety Management:

    • Ensure the safety of all participants by implementing and enforcing safety protocols.
    • Regularly inspect equipment and practice areas to identify and address potential hazards.
  4. Communication:

    • Communicate effectively with participants and their parents regarding class schedules, progress, and any special events.
    • Provide constructive feedback to athletes to support their skill development.
  5. Class Management:

    • Manage class dynamics to create a positive and inclusive learning environment.
    • Address behavioral issues with professionalism and in accordance with program policies.
  6. Professional Development:

    • Stay informed about current trends and best practices in recreational gymnastics coaching.
    • Participate in ongoing professional development opportunities to enhance coaching skills.
  7. Collaboration:

    • Collaborate with other coaches and staff to ensure a cohesive and positive gymnastics program.
    • Attend and actively participate in staff meetings and training sessions.

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience coaching recreational gymnastics preferred.
  • First Aid and CPR certification.
  • Strong knowledge of gymnastics techniques, skills, and progressions.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Enthusiastic and positive attitude.

Benefits:

  • Competitive coaching rates.
  • Opportunities for professional development and certifications.
  • Access to gym facilities for personal training.
  • Positive and collaborative team environment.

 AGA Employment Application.pdf

Woman's Xcel and Developmental Team Coaches (Full-time and Part-time available)

Job Summary:

As a Competitive Team Coach at Anchorage Gymnastics Association, you will be instrumental in developing and leading our competitive gymnastics team. Your role involves providing expert-level coaching, creating and implementing advanced training programs, and fostering a competitive yet positive team culture. The ideal candidate is highly skilled in gymnastics techniques, has a proven track record of coaching competitive gymnasts, and is dedicated to the holistic development of young athletes.

Responsibilities:

  1. Team Training:

    • Develop and implement training programs, focusing on skill development, conditioning, and routine execution.
    • Conduct regular, structured training sessions for athletes at various skill levels.
  2. Skill Development:

    • Assess the skill levels of athletes and provide personalized training plans to enhance their gymnastics abilities.
    • Provide technical instruction and feedback to improve athletes' performance.
  3. Competition Preparation:

    • Plan and coordinate the team's competition schedule, including travel arrangements, registrations, and logistical details.
    • Prepare athletes mentally and physically for competitions, ensuring they are competition-ready.
  4. Safety and Discipline:

    • Enforce safety measures during training and competitions to prevent injuries.
    • Implement discipline and sportsmanship standards, promoting a positive and respectful team environment.
  5. Athlete Assessment:

    • Regularly evaluate the progress of each team member and adjust training plans accordingly.
    • Provide constructive feedback to athletes and collaborate with them to set performance goals.
  6. Communication:

    • Maintain open and effective communication with athletes, parents, and program management regarding training schedules, performance, and any concerns.
    • Organize and conduct parent-coach meetings as needed.
  7. Professional Development:

    • Stay current with advancements in gymnastics coaching, judging criteria, and training techniques.
    • Pursue and maintain relevant coaching certifications.
  8. Collaboration:

    • Collaborate with other coaches, staff, and program management to ensure a cohesive and supportive gymnastics program.
    • Participate actively in staff meetings and contribute to the overall success of the program.

Qualifications:

  • Coaching experience preferred.
  • First Aid and CPR certification.
  • Strong knowledge of advanced gymnastics techniques, skills, and routines.
  • Exceptional communication and leadership skills.

Benefits:

  • Competitive coaching salary.
  • Opportunities for professional development, certifications, and further education.
  • Access to gym facilities for personal training.
  • Positive and collaborative team environment.

AGA Employment Application.pdf