As an instructor, you have lots of ability to sub classes and get to know the members. The pay is decent, but a little below the national average for group ex instructors, however it is much better than some of the smaller gyms I have worked for.
Due to the fact that this is a non-profit company, it can get a little frustrating if you wish to move up the ladder and try to get a full-time position, as they do not just create positions because you are a rock star. There is SO much red tape and money constraints, but that is the nature of the non-profit beast! The higher-ups, in my personal experience, have at least shown appreciation for all that I and the rest of the staff do, so it is a nice working environment. The members are usually pretty great to work with.
employee discounts like free gym membership, reduced fees for programs like kids' swimming lessons
tough to move up or make a career at just this company, it is usually necessary to work at multiple gyms to get full time hours