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Silver Stars Gymnastics

Gymnastics center in Silver Spring, Maryland

Address:

2701 Pittman Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Phone:

(301) 589-0938
With 18,000 square feet of space Silver Stars Gymnastics Camp offers kids the opportunity to learn cartwheels, navigate the monkey bars and climb the ropes. We have lots of trampolines which allow children to safely learn to jump, tuck, twist and flip.
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Gymnastics Instructor
Silver Stars GymnasticsSilver Spring, MD
-Background in gymnastics or similar athletic activity such as dance, cheer, acro, parkour, or martial arts
$14 an hour Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Front Desk Associate
Silver Stars GymnasticsSilver Spring, MD
We are only looking for year-round front desk staff at this time (please do not apply if you are only looking for summer employment).
Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Summer Camp Counselor/Recreational Gymnastics Instructor
Silver Stars GymnasticsSilver Spring, MD
-Background in gymnastics or similar athletic activity such as dance, cheer, acro, parkour, or martial arts
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Summer Camp Counselor
Silver Stars GymnasticsSilver Spring, MD
Requirements: -A genuine love of children -Experience working or volunteering with children -Excellent professional references -Open availability weekdays between 8am-6pm -Must be available for at least 3 full weeks in August -FBI fingerprint and background check Desired, but not required: -Background in gymnastics or similar athletic activity such as dance, cheer, acro, parkour, or martial arts Hourly rate commensurate with experience.
Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Gymnastics Instructor
Silver Stars GymnasticsSilver Spring, MD
-Background in gymnastics or similar athletic activity such as dance, cheer, acro, parkour, or martial arts
Last updated 30+ days ago
Gymnastics Instructors Needed
Silver StarsSilver Spring, MD
Background in gymnastics or similar athletic activity such as dance, cheer, acro, parkour, or martial arts
Last updated 30+ days ago
Dance and Gymnastics Instructor
Silver Stars GymnasticsSilver Spring, MD
A background in rhythmic gymnastics, ballet, or circus arts is ideal, but we will train the right candidate.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Delivery / Driver Associate - Full Time
Trafalgar Xpress LLCHyattsville, MD
Company Vehicle Provided No CDL Required Duties and Responsibilities Safely drive and operate your delivery vehicle.
Full-time
Last updated 12 hours ago
Help Desk Technician - TS / SCI with Polygraph with Security Clearance
Applied InsightLaurel, MD
Provides Tier 1 (Help Desk) and Tier 2 (Escalation) problem identification, diagnosis and resolution of problems.
Full-time
Last updated 13 days ago
Manager, Software Engineering, Front End
Capital OneReston, VA
7+ years of experience in at least one of the following: JavaScript, React, Angular, Node, TypeScript, or Java
Last updated 5 hours ago
Retail Sales Associate
Coca ColaCollege Park, MD
Join Coca Cola to grow, learn and build on their iconic past and impactful future As a Retail Sales Associate, you will be responsible for: Maintaining a clean and organized sales floor; Ensuring a welcoming, customer-friendly environment; Greeting customers to provide them with purchasing options based on their needs and wants; Maintaining updated knowledge on current products, pricing, and promotions; Accurately and efficiently using POS; Assisting customers with returns and exchanges.
Last updated 9 hours ago
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JobotWashington, DC
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