Monday July 14, 2008
University of Central Oklahoma: Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach - The University of Central Oklahoma is a Division II Institution competing in the Lone Star Conference. UCO is located in Edmond, OK 15 minutes North of Oklahoma City. Position Description: Assist Head Strength & Conditioning Coach with supervision and implementation of strength, power, speed, agility, and conditioning programs for teams assigned by the Strength and Conditioning Coach. Qualifications: Bachelors degree (preferably in related field), working toward certification in one of the following organizations CSCS or USA W. Previous collegiate athletic experience preferred. Acceptance into UCO graduate program is required. Applicant must possess good communication and organizational skills, have a strong interest in becoming a strength coach. Compensation: 6 hrs. Tuition waiver and $6000 per year salary. Should submit letter of application, resume and three references along with names and telephone numbers to: Andrew John Strength & Conditioning Coordinator, University of Central Oklahoma, Please e-mail applications to Place GA Resume in the subject line please. Starting date is August 2008.
Friday July 11, 2008
Clemson University: Dennis Love promoted from graduate assistant to full-time strength & conditioning coach. Marcus Bradley has been hired as graduate assistant strength coach for the Tigers. Bradley previously coached at Gaffney High School in South Carolina.
Tuesday July 8, 2008 2nd Update
Northwestern State University (LA): Natchitoches, Louisiana. Sports Performance Assistant (Graduate Assistant). Job Description: One (1) ten-month positions are currently available. Sports Performance Assistants will aid in all areas of strength and conditioning instruction with NCAA Division I Southland Conference athletes. Candidates are also required to spend 20 hours a week working in NSU's Health and Human Performance program. Qualifications: 2.5 Cumulative Undergraduate GPA and over an 800 on the GRE. Graduate assistant must be enrolled full-time (9 hours/semester) in the Health and Human Performance graduate program, and have practical knowledge of exercise technique instruction. Experience with the Conjugated Periodization and Olympic lifts helpful. The candidate will assist in the implementation of strength and conditioning programs by designing and administering workouts for their assigned team(s). Compensation Graduate Assistant will receive $10,000 in the form of salary or tuition reimbursement over the ten-month period, as well as in-state tuition. Summer compensation is also available. Deadline: All information and graduate school paperwork must be received ASAP. Assistants will begin work ASAP. How to Apply All inquiries should be directed to: Brian Hill, Interim Director of Sports Performance by E-mailing a cover letter, resume and a list of three references to: . Applicants must review the following form: http://www.nsula.edu/graduateschool/steps_to_admissions.asp
Tuesday July 8, 2008
Livingstone College: Corey McCloud named Strength & Conditioning coach.
Thursday July 3, 2008
LSU: Juan Pablo Reggardio joins the strength & conditioning staff at LSU. Reggardio previously worked for the basketball program at Stanford University. When Stanford head coach Trent Jones accepted the job at LSU, most thought it was a matter of time before Reggardio would join him in Baton Rouge.