The Oregon Gymnastics Academy is always looking to add talented, driven individuals to our staff. OGA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and motivate character, fitness, and health in the lives of our athletes, employees, and community through the sport of gymnastics. We pride ourselves in our ability to not only train great gymnasts, but great people. If your mission and goals align with ours, read through our current openings to find the position bets fit for you.

We are currently seeking qualified staff for the following positions:

Recreational Gymnastics Instructor

We are currently accepting applications for part-time recreational preschool and school age gymnastics instructors. We happily provide a professional, comprehensive training program; so, while gymnastics experience is preferred, it is not required. We are happy to train talented individuals who are willing to learn the sport. Potential applicants should have a noticeable passion and enthusiasm for working with children, and a desire to grow within a goal-oriented, character building environment. 

Key Duties and Responsibilities include:
Class management and instruction with children aged 2 to 17 years old 
Provide a safe and fun gymnastics experience for our athletes
Following lesson plans
Keep on-going, accurate records of individual students’ skill progression and attendance
Communicate regularly with children and their families

Qualifications Include:
Applicants must be at least 16 years old
Experience working with children is required
Background in gymnastics, cheer, or dance is a plus
Maintain open availability, including afternoons and weekends
Maintain a regular, consistent schedule for up to 6 months
All candidates must be reliable and demonstrate a great work ethic
All applicants must pass a nationwide background check

For more information, or to apply, please contact OGA's Recreational Programs Manager Libbi Houghton

 

Special Needs Gymnastics Instructor

We are currently accepting applications for a patient, nurturing, engaging, and creative instructor for our unique special needs gymnastics program. This opportunity is ideal for a college student/graduate with a special education, social work, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language pathology, or early childhood education major. In addition to working with children, whose success stories will bring you great pride and joy, this position also includes extensive training and a supportive team environment.  
Key Duties and Responsibilities include:
Class management with children aged 2 to 17 years old, of all abilities and differing needs, in a                 gymnastics environment
Provide a safe and fun gymnastics experience for our athletes
Keep on-going, accurate records of individual students’ skill progression and attendance
Communicate regularly with children and their families
Work towards individual students’ goals set by coaches, All Star Program Coordinator, and                       athletes and their families

Qualifications Include:
Weekend and evening availability required
Experience working with children with special needs required
Background in gymnastics, cheer, or dance is a plus
Weekend and evening availability required
All candidates must be reliable and demonstrate a great work ethic
All applicants must pass a nationwide background check

For more information, or to apply, please contact OGA's All Star Program Coordinator Leah Grant.