I am jealous of the full time employees. They get a ton of time off and still get paid for it. Working hours are flexible and bosses were laid back and understanding. Working with kids and being outside in the summer. Most of the people I worked with I would be fine with hanging out with after work if that was the case.
Very fun people to work for and be around.
Not your typical 8-5 cubicle job. Liked being at different places and working with different people.
Driving. However managers are aware of this and would make sure you were going to be there for a longer amount of time.
Schedule Changes- not a job for you if you want M-F 8-5
Advice to Management
Make sure some of your head coaches are being accountable. I think they like to complain a lot as some of the other comments on here show. It is a great job to have and they should be appreciative of the job they are able to do along with them getting paid awesome and only working 25 hours a week. I was amazed to find out what your salary coaches make when only working sometimes 4 hours a day!! Not sure if any employee would complain about that. The guys that run it may seem unorganized as I would get phone calls at the last second to make a move to another location but that is what managers do who schedule. So lack of organization stems from the lower level coaches requesting off and not showing up. So don't blame them for that. Overall, they were good to work for.
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at All Star Sports Instruction (Park Ridge, IL) in April 2014.
Was simply asked if I would like to help younger children learn the fundamentals of sports. I had previously knew the regional manager that worked at my gym, and he offered me a position for the summer.
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