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10/22: Pilates Instructor (Mag Mile)

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Founded in 1898, the Woman's Athletic Club is the first athletic club for women in America. The prestigious membership included prominent society and business names like McCormick, Ryerson and Swift. Members conceived of an oasis for women who sought a "retreat where health, grace and vigor can be restored".

In 1929, the Club moved into its own building on North Michigan Avenue. In 1991 this architectural treasure, designed by renowned architect Philip B. Maher, received landmark status in recognition of its beautiful and historically significant exterior.

Members use its facilities for meetings, entertaining, wellness and lectures. Over the years, such diverse public figures as Rosalyn Carter, Cokie Roberts, Michael Frayn, Ogden Nash, Nan Kempner, Barbara Bush and Diane von Furstenburg have participated in Club programs.

The Woman's Athletic Club of Chicago has an opportunity available for an experienced Pilates Instructor to take over 7--10 client hours per week. Sessions are both private and semi-private, and experience working with special populations is preferred.

Job Responsibilities and Qualifications:

>Certified on all Pilates apparatus, as our studios are fully equipped

>Exceptional customer service and communication skills

>We are a Private City Club where individual sales are not the focus, but instructor should

possess the ability to build and retain client base

>Must have excellent organizational skills to manage client base

>Available to work at least 3 days per week

>Flexibility with time and schedule is preferred

Respond here: http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/spa/4135428005.html

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