Part-time/Full-time Coach

  • KidStrong Oviedo
  • Oviedo, Florida 32765, USA
  • Jun 06, 2024
Full time Training

Job Description

Below is also a detailed job description of what defines a KidStrong coach as well as the responsibilities that come along with this job title.


KidStrong Coaches are the best of the best and lead the way in bringing our science based curriculum to KidStrong Families through high caliber and engaging coaching.  Coaches help parents discover their child’s superpowers and build future-ready kids who are confident in making friends, run the playground, and raise their hand high in the classroom. Coaches develop kids who will win at life by following our milestone accelerator curriculum, living the KidStrong and KidStrong Coach DNA, and committing to contributing quality work both to our Families and the greater KidStrong Team.




- This is a PERFORMANCE based job

- Coach students by delivering an evolving curriculum that focuses on Brain, Physical, and Character development up to 24 hours per week.

- Achieve Coach Certification through the HQ Training and Certification team.

- Understand the “why” behind the KidStrong curriculum and be able to clearly and concisely communicate it.

- Coach classes for students with age groups ranging from roughly 15 months-old to 11 years-old.

- Create positive interactions with students and families before, during, and after class.

- Maintain dynamic, fun, motivational. and professional demeanor when leading class.

- Maintain a clean environment by assisting in before, after and during sanitation of all equipment, floors, lobby and bathrooms

- Demonstrate and manage the implementation of various programming and curriculum elements.

- Use the KS Coaches App to record data and provide data (attendance, awards, etc.).

- Communicate professionally with co-workers in multiple Slack channels, including twice daily check-ins of messages when not in centers.

- Coaches must have availability of a minimum of 6 hours per week.

- Must be able to ensure classes both start and end on schedule and follow the appropriate pace of curriculum.

- Must be able to work in a physically intensive environment - coaches may cover multiple miles in a shift moving through class, lift and repeatedly move equipment up to 25 pounds in weight.

- Must be comfortable physically working with kids to ensure proper technique and ensure student safety.

- Assisting parents of students, ages 3 and younger, with the direction and flow of a class.

- Attend monthly center staff programming meetings where staff receive training for the following month’s programming.

- Complete training through LearnUpon independently as required by the Head Coach and/or HQ Training and Certification team.

- Attend additional mandatory staff meetings as required by the Head Coach.

- Learn and manage KidStrong Camps, Birthdays and Parent’s Night Out held by centers when local schools are not operating (example: Winter Break, Summer Break, weekends etc.,)


Our center is open Monday - Sunday and classes run evenings from 3:45pm until 7:30pm and weekends from 8:45am - 1pm. Birthday parties are also scheduled on Saturday and Sundays at 3:30 and 2:30 and are 90 minutes long. Camp days are Monday - Friday and the shift runs from 8:30 - 3:30pm. 


All scheduling is based on performance and the ability to meet all responsibilities and requirements listed above of a KidStrong coach. We are currently searching for candidates with open availability including Fridays and weekends.




- Want to work with great people


- Want personal and professional growth


- Want to make an impact


Class Pay is based on Point/Rover position:


Point Coach: $22 per hour


Rover Coach: -  $25 per hour


Additional Pay • Camps - $125/per day • Birthdays - $75/per birthday • Parents Night Out - $85/per event


Training and admin pay is $12/hour.