Friday August 3, 2010

Pitt: George Washington University grad assistant John Shackleton has accepted an assistant strength position at Pitt.

Wednesday August 1, 2010

Missouri State: Jeremiah Fry has accepted an assistant director of strength & conditioning at Missouri State.

Tennessee: Check out this video of Tennessee strength coach Bennie Wylie.

Wednesday August 25, 2010

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  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  If you have any questions or concerns, please call Matt Balis at 662-325-8627.  MSU is an AA/EOE.

Monday August 23, 2010

North Dakota State University: is currently seeking applications for the position of assistant strength and conditioning coach.  Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, designing and implementing strength and conditioning programs for athletic teams as assigned by the Director of Athletic Performance.  Qualifications:  Bachelors degree in health education or related area required.  Candidate should have 3-4 years of previous experience in strength and conditioning in intercollegiate athletics, specifically working with women’s basketball, softball and wrestling.  This is a 12-month full-time position with salary and benefits commensurate with experience.  screening will begin 09/07/10 and will remain open until filled. NDSU is an equal opportunity institution. Women and traditionally underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. For complete description and to apply see https://jobs.ndsu.edu - position #00024854. Only NDSU online applications will be considered.

Tuesday August 17, 2010

St. Joseph’s University: (Division-I; Atlantic 10 Conference) is currently accepting applications for 1 Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach and intern strength coaches.  The successful candidate for the graduate assistant position will be responsible for the following:  help supervise and maintain daily upkeep of fitness center and equipment; assist strength & conditioning coach with the design and implementation of sport-specific fitness programs; supervise both individual and team workouts; and any other duties assigned by the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach. Review of the applications will being immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interns will be responsible for assisting the Head Strength Coach and Graduate Assistant Strength Coach in all aspects of the strength and conditioning department.  The intern position will non-paid with the chance to earn college credit when applicable and a possible recommendation when internship is complete. Qualifications: Bachelors degree(G.A. position only); experience in strength training; First Aid/CPR certification; ability to manage and mentor student workers; good communication, organization and computer skills; and a strong desire to work in the field of strength & conditioning field is recommended  To apply please submit a letter of application, resume and three references via email to: Brian Bingaman, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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