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.
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: . 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: 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.
Monday August 17, 2009
South Dakota: We hear the head job has been filled.
Belhaven College: a Christ-centered college located in Jackson, MS, is seeking applications for the position of Graduate Assistant to the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. Belhaven is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC) and offers thirteen (13) NAIA sports programs. Job responsibilities include tasks such as: designing and implementing programs for selected teams, assisting the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in all areas, assist in game day operations, and regular maintenance of the weight room. Some weekend work will be required. Requirements include the ability to communicate well with coaches and athletes, certification through one of the following organizations, (CSCCa, NSCA, USAW, or USATF) some previous strength coaching experience as an intern or volunteer, computer literacy, and a bachelor's degree. The candidate must fully support the vision and mission of the College as well as subscribe to its Statement of Faith (http://www.belhaven.edu/belhaven/mission.htm). Interested applicants may make application by submitting 1) Letter of interest 2) Resume and 3) Statement of faith, including information regarding the integration of faith into coaching and in support of the College mission and vision, 4) Four references with one being a pastor or someone who knows you spiritually. Candidate must be accepted in to one of Belhaven's graduate school programs be. Compensation: one or the other A: tuition waiver, room and board, and three meals per day plan in Belhaven Cafeteria B: tuition waiver and 300 dollars per month for 10 months. Please send information to Garret Rayborn, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Belhaven College, 1500 Peachtree St., Box 121, Jackson, MS 39202 or mailto:
Wednesday August 12, 2009 (Update 2)
University of Pittsburgh: a NCAA Division I institution and member of the Big East Conference has a opening for Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach in Olympic Sports. The candidate will be responsible for designing and implementing programs for strength training, conditioning, speed improvement, and testing procedures for assigned teams, weight room upkeep, equipment maintenance and other duties assigned by the head strength coach. Candidates will communicate and work with the athletic training staff to effectively design programs for injured athletes. Bachelor's degree in exercise science, physical education or related area required. Certification with CSCCa or NSCA required. Experience in working with both male and female athletes. Basic computer skills required; Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point, etc. Interested applicants should apply online at: http://www.pittsource.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=62903
Wednesday August 12, 2009
Davidson: Former Central Michigan assistant, Craig Swieton, has accepted the head strength position at Davidson.