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Exercise Specialist - On-Call

Position: Excercise Specialist

Hours: On-call 

Schedule: As needed Monday - Friday, no evenings, weekends, or major holidays.

Centrex Rehab is looking for an Exercise Specialist to work on-call in multiple locations around the Twin Cities area. Enjoy working in a beautiful workspace with a friendly and knowledgeable team!

Position Summary: This individual will have a background or strong desire to work with older adults to implement and coordinate fitness programs, set up personal training programs and modify programs as needed, with assistance/instruction of therapy evaluation. This includes taking vital signs, daily documentation, coordinating appointments, and assisting clients as needed. This individual will be able to lead group fitness classes and present to staff and clients as requested.


  • High school diploma or GED, minimum
  • Must have at least 6 months of group fitness instruction experience 
  • Bachelor’s degree in exercise science or related area, preferred
  • Personal training certification: ACSM Exercise Leadership Certification, NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist or ACE preferred
  • Group Fitness Certification, NETA preferred
  • CPR certification and ability to work in Federal Health Program required
  • Computer proficiency


  • Orient new members to fitness center and safe use of equipment
  • Ability to work independently in Fitness Center
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks
  • Ability to work flexible hours
  • Ability to perform various administrative tasks in an efficient manner
  • Ability to transport clients
  • Ability to take direction from various people
  • Ability to exhibit positive, professional attitude
  • Ability to clean therapy and fitness equipment
  • Ability to maintain client confidentiality
  • Ability to complete billing and submit monthly to accounting
  • Ability to collect statistics for clients, families, MD’s and insurance upon request

Centrex Rehab is a rapidly growing company that focuses on providing comprehensive therapy services to enhance the lives of people in the community. Our focus on clinical development and quality sets us apart from the rest.

Centrex Rehab offers competitive pay rates and a great team environment!

This position is eligible for the following:

  • 401k retirement plan participation
  • Paid internal and external CE opportunities
  • Ongoing training and support from the team lead
  • Company discount programs
  • Scheduling flexibility

Come join our experienced Therapy Team and make a difference!

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