Friday February 4, 2011
Texas Tech: The Texas Tech University football Strength and Conditioning Department is accepting applications for summer 2011 interns. This is a highly competitive and demanding position. The daily responsibilities will include: 1. Assist the Director and Assistant Director's of Strength & Conditioning with Football 2. Daily clean up and maintenance of the facility and all its equipment 3. Setup and break down of weight room and field for football workouts/conditioning 4. Assist with program design, organization, implementation, and supervision of training sessions. Qualifications: Must have a strong work-ethic and have a desire to become strength and conditioning professional. Ideal candidates will have a bachelors degree and working towards a certification from one of the following. (NSCA, CSCS; CSCCA, SCCC; USAW) Must have CPR/AED certification; Prior strength coaching experience and/or collegiate playing experience is preferred, knowledge of Olympic lifts, experience working with Microsoft Word/Excel preferred. Compensation: This position will include housing. Inquiries must be received by: No later than April 1, 2011 to apply for this position, e-mail a cover letter, resume, and list of professional references all as one Microsoft Word attachment to Joe Walker, Director of Strength & Conditioning, Texas Tech University, at [email protected] please no faxed resumes or phone calls. Texas Tech University is an equal opportunity employer.
Tuesday February 1, 2011
Mississippi State: Our sources tell us Sam Houston State strength coach Brian Neal has accepted an assistant strength position at Mississippi State.
Carolina Panthers: We hear strength coach Jerry Simmonds will not return.
NY Jets: Sal Alosi resigned as strength coach.
Monday January 31, 2011
Vanderbilt: Tennessee State strength coach Chuck Losey accepted an assistant strength position at Vandy.
Toledo: We hear Wisconsin-Green Bay strength coach Rudy Wade will be going to Toledo as the new strength coach for the Rockets.
Georgia: Head strength coach Joe Tereshinski will be paid $150,000 annually.
Thursday January 27, 2011
Bowling Green: We hear former Virginia strength coach Brandon Hourigan will be joining the Bowling Green staff.
San Francisco 49ers: Stanford head strength coach Kevin Tolbert accepted an assistant strength job with the 49ers.
Tuesday January 25, 2011
Youngstown State: We are hearing that former Marshall strength coach Mike Cochran has accepted the head strength position at Youngstown State.
Monday January 24, 2011
Hammer Strength Clinics: The Los Angeles clinic is this weekend at UCLA, featured speakers include Joe Kenn, Mark Uyeyama, John Dettmann, Sandy Abney and Carlo Alverez and the UCLA Strength & Conditioning staff. Make your reservations today or for any of the other 9 clinics around the country. www.HammerStrengthClinics.com
Ohio State: Anthony Schegel has been named assistant strength coach replacing Doug Davis who went to Kent State with Darrell Hazell.
Saturday January 22, 2011
Marshall: We hear former Southern Miss strength coach Scott Bennett accepted the head strength job at Marshall.
Michigan: Our sources tell us that West Virginia assistant Corey Twine and Bowling Green assistant Aaron Hillman will be joining the Michigan strength coach.
Friday January 21, 2011
East Carolina: We are hearing that UNC strength coach Jeff Connors will accept the same position at East Carolina.
Kent State University: Strength & Speed internship opportunity. The primary responsibilities of the internship position will be to assist in the monitoring and implementation of the strength, speed, and conditioning program for football and possibly other additional Olympic sports; Assist in the administrative and maintenance duties involved in the strength and conditioning program; Maintain a journal and develop a strength and conditioning portfolio; Participation in all intern curriculum meetings and project; Compliant with NCAA and University Compliance regulations; Compliant with internship policy. Compensation includes gear and meals when available, successful completion of strength and conditioning curriculum, and earned recommendation in the field. Please e-mail a letter of interest and resume with references to Doug Davis, Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach, Kent State University, [email protected]. Please no faxed resumes or phone calls.