Thursday, April 3, 2008

Underpaid, very appreciated job offer!


Okay people, as most of you know I work at AIM School and Gymnastics. For some reason (my husband says because the gym is owned by women :) we have a tough time finding and KEEPING good employees. It feels like no one has any respect for their job or their bosses, okay not EVERYONE, but quite a few, and it is very frustrating. I am almost out of commission here with the arrival of Paisley, so I can't help out even if I wanted to, but the thing is we need a tot gymnastics coach. The hours are few and the pay is less and the work is demanding (trying to teach 3 and 4 year olds somersaults all while fighting for their attention away from the trampoline and bouncy house is harder then it sounds) but anyways, it is VERY rewarding, seeing them smile and get so excited and here the, "I did it! I did it!" There are a few hours Monday morning from 9:30-11:45 and then also Thursday morning. Anyone interested or know of anyone that would be? Please let me know and if I don't get back to you call Janell at 771-0357. Experience would be great, but if you are a great person who takes pride in their job and is not afraid to roll around and try new things, please call her, or send me a message or go down to AIM and fill out an application (416 S Western Ave or 765-0452) THANKS! And, yes, I am still pregnant. :) Hopefully they have room for me tomorrow and of course you all will be the first to know because I am addicted to blogging.

3 comments:

Tiffany Fackrell said...

Oh man, i SOOO wish I lived in Moses Lake now, just so I could have this job!!! I was a gymnast for 10 years, and i graduated in Elementary Education, I would really have the best of both worlds and be in absolute heaven...sadly I am moving to Rexburg next week! I guess that won't work now will it...

Good Luck with that baby!

Mardis Family said...

Hmm, underpaid but very appreciated? Sounds like it's just up my alley. Alas, I don't know that my "experience" would be up to par. Plus, still waiting to hear on the "hi-ya" job....Best of luck with the hospital tomorrow! We missed you at bunko. You might have laughed so hard, you pushed the baby right out!

Jade said...

I love your advertising! It's great that we have you to get us through the hard times! This pic is from way long ago! Look how "little" the girls look. Now don't take too much of a maternity leave. We are going to need you right after spring break ya hear!! Jk. Enjoy your time at home! See ya soon!