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Develop, coordinate and implement exercise related programs including requirements. marketing, research, and internships. Provide exercise-related education for patients and the community. Responsible for all exercise science standards needed to meet regulatory and credentialing
Level I Level II - Performs all Exercise Specialist duties and diagnostic testing independently as required by work site. - Assist with oversight and daily operations of clinical and non- clinical programs. - Assist manager with program compliance, benchmarking and performance improvement. - Able to teach most/all offered land and water based group exercise for low, medium, and high risk clients. Mentor and train other staff in group exercise. - Required to have clinical knowledge of disease management programming multiple co-morbidities. - Responsible for exercise prescription development for all patient populations - Mentor and lead others in the department (employees and interns) - Direct responsibility for all exercise requirements indicated in cardiac rehab state license, AAVCPR national and ACSM guidelines, if required at work site. - Recognizes symptom changes/signs of problems and knows the appropriate medical response and processes. Initiates first responder care. - Active in program certification process and regulatory agency review according to work site. - Assign and implement lectures, fitness classes, marketing and other materials as needed for each work site. - Lead Process Improvement initiatives and benchmark responsibilities for program changes. - Clinical oversight regarding exercise for all patients at all risk levels. - Able to teach all land and water based group exercise for all risk level patients. - Serves as master trainer to other staff in area of group exercise and evaluates staff regarding group exercise. - Functions as a Team Leader in supervising and program oversight. - Implement processes to ensure compliance with state, national and organizational safety requirements. - Takes responsibility for program compliance issues. - Collects, process and interpret program data to support both medical coverage and administrative support. - Has knowledge of industry standards. - Serve as principle investigator for research projects, which may include supervision of research and publication. - Present exercise knowledge at national or regional conferences.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Stay current with certifications and attend continuing education events. required. Review current research and update materials as needed A high level of professionalism and knowledge of exercise programming is
Master's degree in Exercise Physiology or Exercise Science. Bachelor's degree plus RCEP credential accepted
Level I: ACLS required (must attain within 6 months of hire date); ACSM Clinical Certification as Exercise Specialist or Health Fitness instructor (must attain within 6 months of hire date) Level II: ACLS required; ACSM Clinical Certification as Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist
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