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Friday September 11, 2009

Mississippi State University: Mississippi State University Strength & Conditioning Department is seeking applications for the position of Graduate Assistant Strength to the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. The daily responsibilities will include:  Assisting with supervision and execution of strength training programs. Teaching student athletes proper techniques and equipment use.  Attending to the daily maintenance of the training facilities.  Some weekend work will be required.  Qualifications: Must have a strong work-ethic and have a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. Must have a bachelors degree and a certification from one of the following. (NSCA, CSCS; CSCCA, SCCC; USAW) Requirements include the ability to communicate well with coaches and athletes.  Inquiries:  If you are interested, send a letter of interest, resume, and  references to: MSU, Attention Matt Balis Head Strength Coach Athletics, Football Office PO Box 5327, Mississippi State, MS 39762 or email  [email protected].  If you have any questions or concerns, please call Matt Balis at 662-325-8627.  MSU is an AA/EOE.



Monday August 31, 2009

Midwestern State: Our sources tell us that Blake Bryan has joined the Midwestern State staff as strength & conditioning coach.



Friday August 28, 2009

Colorado State - Pueblo: We hear former the head strength coach at the United States Air Force Academy, Allen Hedrick, has accepted the position of head strength and conditioning poach at Colorado State University Pueblo.



Wednesday August 26, 2009

Iowa: Former Stevens Institute of Technology grad assistant Danny Song is the new head wrestling strength coach at Iowa.

JOB POSTING:

Western Carolina University: Strength and Conditioning Internship, $10,000 over 10 Months, Description: Western Carolina University invites qualified applicants the opportunity to apply for the position of strength and conditioning intern.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to: program design, implementation, and supervision for assigned teams,  teaching of proper techniques as they relate to speed, power, and strength development, assist the head and assistant strength and conditioning coordinator with team training, as well as daily weight room operations. Requirements: Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science or related field and pursuing a career in strength and conditioning.  Candidates must be able to teach proper lifting techniques, have good communication skills, and be able to use Microsoft Office.  It is preferred that the candidate be certified through an accredited association (NSCA, CSCCa, USA-Weightlifting) or obtain certification within 6 months of employment. If you are interested in applying for this position, email a resume, and 3 references to [email protected]



Tuesday August 25, 2009

Seattle University: Strength & Conditioning staff is looking for interns for the Winter and Spring quarters of 2010.  Interns will be in charge of assisting the strength & conditioning staff with the implementation of all lifting and conditioning programs for each of the 14 sports.  This is a non paid position but interns will have the opportunity to gain credit towards graduation, if applicable, as well as professional experience in the field of strength & conditioning.  Interested candidates should mail or email a resume including 3 references with a cover letter by October 15th, 2009 to: Nate Hemphill, Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach, Seattle University, 901 12th Avenue, PO Box 222000, Seattle, WA 98122 [email protected] 



Monday August 24, 2009

Lafayette: Our sources are telling us that former South Florida intern, Angelo James Jr, has joined the Lafayette staff as the first full-time assistant strength coach at the university.



Friday August 21, 2009

University of Maine: We are hearing that Florida State grad assistant, Lance Stuckey, is leaving the 'Noles to join the staff at the University of Maine.  Stucky will serve as an assistant strength coach.

JOB POSTING:

University of Washington: Strength and Conditioning staff is currently accepting internship applications for the fall 2009 season.  This is an unpaid internship position in which candidates will be given the opportunity to work with and assist multiple Division 1 athletic teams.  To apply please e-mail a resume cover letter and three references to: [email protected]. If you have any questions please feel free to call me at (978)-793-0772.

Dartmouth College: seeks an intern to assist the football strength and conditioning staff in implementing strength, speed, and conditioning programs for the football team.  Duties include teaching Olympic movements, speed and acceleration techniques, agility drills, flexibility techniques, and football specific strength and conditioning.  Other duties in the football office as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: bachelor's degree in exercise science or related field highly desirable.  Division I college football experience as a strength and conditioning coach or athlete preferred.   Strength and conditioning specialist certification by the NSCA and CPR/first aid certification preferred.  COMPENSATION:  $1,000/month stipend plus housing for an initial appointment through November 30, 2009.  Extension beyond November 30 possible.  START DATE:  Immediately upon selection.  APPLICATION:  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Send letter of application, resume, and names of at least three professional references to:  [email protected] or fax to 603-646-0573.  One of the most diverse institutions of higher education in New England, Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and has a strong commitment to diversity.



Wednesday August 19, 2009

Vermont: Jim Kiritsy has been hired as an assistant strength coach.  Kiritsy previously served as a student assistant at Norwich University.