Orangetheory Fitness Careers

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Overall
3.8 of 5
Culture & Values
3.8
Work/Life Balance
3.5
Senior Management
3.2
Compensation and Benefits
3.0
Career Opportunities
3.2

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Orangetheory Fitness is a fitness studio franchise with operations in the U.S. and Europe. Currently, there are more than 1,200 Orangetheory Fitness locations in all 50 states, and 23 countries and is still in constant expansion. Founded in 2010, they have grown to serve more than a million customers worldwide. Their services include gym, fitness, group workouts, online coaching, etc. As the company grows, so does the need to hire more talented people to join their team. If you want to become a part of the Orangetheory Fitness team, apply for an open position and start your Orangetheory Fitness career.

Benefits

Orangetheory Fitness offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Performance Bonus
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Sick Days
  • Reduced or Flexible Hours
  • Employee Discount
  • Gym Membership
  • Company Social Events
  • Job Training
  • Professional Development

We currently have 53 open positions across 22 locations spread over 50 states.

Headquarter

Boca Raton, Florida, U.S.

Employee

10,000+

Revenue

$100M to $500M

Industry

Consumer Goods and Services

Website

orangetheoryfitness.com

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Frequently asked questions about Orangetheory Fitness

How much do Orangetheory employees make?

Salaries at Orangetheory vary depending on the job. For example, the average hourly pay for a Sales Associate is $11, $ 13 for a Membership Advisor, $14 for an Assistant Studio Manager, while a Fitness Coach makes an average of $35 an hour.

How much does OrangeTheory pay front desk?

A Front Desk Sales Associate at Orangetheory Fitness makes an average of $12 an hour.

Do Orangetheory employees get a free membership?

Yes, all Orangetheory employees are eligible for an unlimited free membership.

Does Orangetheory have a dress code?

Orangetheory employees are expected to wear a company-provided t-shirt, black pants and running shoes.

Does Orangetheory Fitness drug test?

No, Orangetheory Fitness does conduct any kind of drug test for job applicants nor their employees.

What do Orangetheory sales associates do?

The main job responsibility of a Sales Associate is to meet sales goals while keeping high customer satisfaction. That means keeping track of memberships and renewals and maximizing traffic.

How to apply for a job at Orangetheory Fitness?

To apply for a job at Orangetheory Fitness, check out a job of interest. Once you’ve found one, press the “Apply Now” button next to open positions or click the “See more jobs” button to see similar positions near you. You can search by location, market type, work type, or keyword. After that, just follow further instructions.

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Orangetheory Fitness awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 

 

2019

  • Fastest-Growing Franchise List #4, Entrepreneur
  • World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies, Fast Company

Orangetheory Fitness cares

The Orangetheory studio design, structured class schedule, block interval training and tight-knit community of franchisees enables us to have a more controlled environment in comparison to other fitness gyms.

Orangetheory Fitness reviews

Title

Location

Rating - Job Title

Comment

5.0

Coach and Interim Head Coach

San Diego, CA - October 6, 2019

Fun and high energy

Orange theory fitness has some of the best members, fun studio environment, and supportive management. I would highly recommend to anyone seeking a job in this profession.

3.0

Sales Associate

Virginia Beach, VA - March 1, 2020

Boujee fitness

The workouts are great, memberships are okay, but it's overpriced and members who pay attention really know it. If you don't want to make cold calls, this is not the job for you, if you want don't want to be yelled at by members who feel they are entitled to do so, this is not for you. Bonus: You get paid commission for signing members up, and you get to workout for free.

1.0

Coach

Phoenix, AZ - February 25, 2020

Ownership Group Sets the Tone

Unfortunately, your employment experience is largely defined by the ownership group. Other states I have worked in have been very different. There is a new area developer in AZ and they are first and foermost, sales based. If you want to coach to be a coach, try a different ownership group. If you have a love for sales, this is the job for you. Coaching for Orange Theory pays well, however, these locations are very different. If you do not meet a certain sales percentage every month, you will loose 10.00 per class (every class) for the following entire month. If you coach 15 classes a week, that's 600.00 a month! "Call Parties" and meetings regularly called at the last minute, Management is under qualified and probably underpaid. Every month before "closeout" coaches are required to call people to get them to join or offer some sort of "special". Many members are disgruntled at the repeated calls and are slowly cancelling memberships. You are expected to go out "marketing" on a weekly basis. Mandatory time cleaning before and after classes that is not paid.

5.0

Fitness Coach

Richfield, MN - February 24, 2020

Good Exeprience

Great place to work. Clear job description, quality training, and consistent pay. From owners down to front desk staff this organization is sound and efficient,

1.0

Sales Associate

Portland, OR - February 23, 2020

Don’t.

Working at Orangetheory was unpleasant and uninspiring. The environment was not inclusive and the LLC that runs the locations in NW Oregon and SW Washington doesn’t care about its employees. My manager at the time was not afforded appropriate FMLA leave and was not treated fairly while pregnant. The only goals were to sell, even if it meant calling 100+ ex members a day and harassing them in an effort to get them to come back. Pay was not fair, I never got a lunch, and when I raised issues about a racist employee, nothing was done. Just go somewhere else that will actually value you.

3.0

Manager

Tucson, AZ - February 22, 2020

Great pay, poor enviornment

A lot of movement within the job, without much substance on the other end of the equal sign. Low ceiling, no room to impliment strategies. Job requires zero critical thinkning, unless it is something associated with social media.

1.0

Sales Associate

Danvers, MA - February 21, 2020

Poor management, poor co worker attitude. Turnover constantly

The location I worked at was amazing st first but things turned around in about 8 months. A few of the coaches were rude and the manager turnover rate was ridiculous. They treat their employees unfairly and apparently lie about their pay if you don’t keep track.

5.0

Studio Manager

Minneapolis, MN - February 18, 2020

Great future growth and continual development

You always come into a positive environment from the staff to the members. You truly get to help members change their lives and accomplish their goals each day. The environment is fast-paced and high energy! OTF hasn't been viewed as just a job, it has a full career path and advancement laid out.

2.0

Sales Associate

14th Steeet - February 3, 2020

High Energy Investment, Low Reward

I worked for orangetheory winter of 2018-19, and it was a generally unsatisfactory experience. The wage was low for the amount of energy I had to put in, and management was odd to navigate. I worked long hours and was never told about break policies - I watched my coworkers and eventually learned that nobody really took breaks. This was exhausting, especially when one week I was scheduled to work 8 7-9 hour shifts in a row. I was also expected to do classes at least twice a week. The implication was I could do it when I was there for a shift, but I could not afford to punch put and loose an hour's pay like many of my coworkers seemed to. Generally speaking it seemed like I was the only person there who was working there because I needed the money. After the first two weeks of training i was given almost no managerial support, and no positive or negative feedback of any kind other than a reiteration of my original training - I had no idea how I was performing until the day I left. Orangetheory also offers bonuses for signing up new members. Despite the fact that I signed up quite a few, I only sometimes saw the bonuses.

2.0

Sales Associate

Columbus, GA - January 30, 2020

Great company, but poor management

I worked at OTF a little over a year before deciding to get another job. I was very excited to work there, and wanted to stay for many years, but the management at my location was not the best. Hours were cut left and right for employees who had been there for a long time, they would discuss personal matters with other employees, they would micromanage and be very hypocritical. The company and brand of OTF is a great place to work, not a hard job, and gets your foot in the door to the fitness world. But the management made it very difficult to enjoy working there. They would bite off more than they could chew, later affecting their current employees.

3.0

Trainer

Appleton, WI - January 30, 2020

Depends on what you’re looking for

As a trainer the pay was the best I’ve found in this area. However the trainer’s role is pretty unfulfilling, you demonstrate the exercises they provide and then follow a script for the majority of class. If you are interested in developing workouts, expressing individuality, and one on one interaction this place isn’t or you. But the pay is great.

4.0

Sales Associate

Lubbock, TX - January 29, 2020

Exciting and healthy environment

Working at Orangetheory Fitness increased my skills overall. I was on the computer working with MBO and excel everyday. I was making prospect calls, making sales, and helping customers I had to encourage others daily and make sure the environment was upbeat. The hardest part of the job was getting to work at 4:15 in the morning, but I did it 3 times a week.

5.0

SALES ASSOCIATE

North Olmsted, OH - January 29, 2020

fun place to work

fun, easy work days for the most part. Pay is low but work load is light. management is not selected properly and should be evaluated more to make sure operations are ran much smoother

5.0

Sales Associate

Cleveland, OH - January 27, 2020

Love orange theory fitness

Ultimately I enjoy working for Orangetheory Fitness and I really do believe in their brand. I am thankful to be apart of their success; their brand; and everything they believe in.

5.0

Coach and Interim Head Coach

San Diego, CA - October 6, 2019

Fun and high energy

Orange theory fitness has some of the best members, fun studio environment, and supportive management. I would highly recommend to anyone seeking a job in this profession.

4.0

Assistant Studio Manager

Fairfax, VA - January 25, 2020

Fun work environment

Building friendly relationships with members is a great way to have fun on the job as well as to network if need be. Management and policy change can be hard, but as long as you have a good head on your shoulders and have friends that can give you advice, you can get through it.

5.0

Fitness Instructor

Lynnwood, WA - January 25, 2020

Making A Difference

Orangetheory is making a difference in the world, changing people’s lives one hour at a time. Members are being empowered, given confidence, and provided with a sense of community in ways they’ve never felt before. Being able to be a part of that is incredible and I feel so lucky to be a part of it!

4.0

Sales(SA)

Dacula, GA - January 21, 2020

Active and lively environment

Made multiple phone calls, Learned about new heart rate systems, involved in numerous high-intensity workouts. The members were very diverse and all amazing.

4.0

Head Coach

Austin, TX - January 6, 2020

Overall great, the wrong people advance

The job itself was simple to comprehend and perform well, however, the upper management seems incompetent and unwilling to admit fault. If you aren't interested in moving up in the company it's great to do for a few years.

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