Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Life Time Fitness
- Personal Trainer (20)
- Member Services Team Member (10)
- Life Cafe Team Member (8)
- Lifeguard (7)
- Member Services (7)
- Member Engagement Advisor (6)
- Kids Activities Team Member (5)
- Summer Camp Counselor (4)
- Aquatics Lifeguard (4)
- Member Advisor (3)
- Group Fitness Instructor (3)
- Assistant Department Head (3)
- Swim Instructor (3)
- Child Center Team Member (3)
- Facility Operations (2)
- Child Care Employee (2)
- LifeSpa Department Head (2)
- Life SPA Coordinator (2)
- General Manager (2)
- Massage Therapist (2)
- Business Administrator (2)
- Registered Dietitian (2)
- Sales Advisor (2)
- Fitness Instructor (2)
- Department Head (2)
- Facility Operations Supervisor (2)
- Facility Operations Team Member (2)
- Member Services - Front Desk (2)
- Rock Climbing Instructor (1)
- Facility Operations Department Head (1)
Member Advisor Interview
I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at Life Time Fitness (Allen, TX (US)) in August 2011.
I went directly into the club (after an online application) and met the Sales Manager. It was short and unprofessional. The interview process was made up of about 5 questions and then I was asked to leave. The Sales Manager followed up with me the next week and offered me the position. He told me that before I was able to start working, I would need to sit down with the General Manager of the club to conduct a 1-on-1 interview. However, a couple of days passed and I was able to start without having to meet the General Manager. If you would like to work for LIfe Time Fitness (which I do not recommend, from a sales advisor standpoint) then dress well and fit the part. They are looking for ''healthy individuals'' that portray the Life Time Fitness image.
- Are you willing to work long hours. 1 Answer
There is no negotiating for this position. You sign up for long hours and poor pay. It is %100 commission and while the $30 million dollar facility sells itself, families in the area have a difficult time justifying such an expense ($170 for a family membership -- 3 adults+).
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at Life Time Fitness (Katy, TX (US)) in August 2010.
The interview process was a run around. I had to interview with 2 different people because the new manager just took over and I guess felt like he could't make a decision. So I had to go to another location to interview with the general manager there because he was former manager at the other location.
- What are your strengths and weaknesses? Answer Question
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The process took a day – interviewed at Life Time Fitness (Memphis, TN (US)) in July 2010.
I applied for the job online. I was already a member so I knew some of the staff. The interview was a one on one with the manager and he offered me the job at the end of the interview.
- What can you bring to this company? 1 Answer