Monday September 16, 2013
Louisiana Monroe: The University of Louisiana at Monroe is seeking individuals for a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Spring 2014 semester. This position will begin in January 2014. Qualifications: Bachelors degree in an exercise science related field, previous coaching experience working with division 1 athletes, possess one or more of the following certifications (CSCS, SCCC, USAW), strong desire to become a collegiate strength and conditioning coach, admittance into the ULM graduate school. Position will include a tuition waiver, monthly stipend, and meal card. Please send your cover letter, resume, and reference list to email@example.com with the subject line of "GA position".
Robert Morris (FCS - PA): The Robert Morris University Strength and Conditioning Staff is seeking highly motivated, hardworking candidates for a strength and conditioning internship for the Spring 2014 Semester. Duties will include assisting the strength and conditioning staff with all aspects of the athletic performance program as well as daily maintenance of weight room and facilities. This is an unpaid position. If chosen for this internship opportunity, you will gain valuable experience, be educated on training philosophy, Olympic lifts, and how to structure and execute a successful strength and conditioning program. Qualifications include: Strong work ethic and desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. Candidates should have or be working towards attaining their bachelor’s degree in a related field. Interested Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three (3) professional references to: Paul Krasinski at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ole Miss: Ben Fleming has been added to the strength staff at Ole Miss. Fleming previously worked with the strength staff at Kansas State.
Monday September 9, 2013
Limestone College: University of Hartford assistant strength coach Erik Schwager has accepted a strength position at Limestone College.
Wednesday September 4, 2013
Stanford: Stanford University is accepting applications for volunteer intern coaches to contribute to the Football Sports Performance Program. Qualified candidates will serve the Football program as a non-counted coach that will have the opportunity to assist in all training sessions in compliance with NCAA rules. This unpaid opportunity provides coaching experience assisting the staff implement the individualized, comprehensive injury prevention and performance enhancement program for the Track & Field and Wrestling programs. Potential candidates must possess an enthusiastic spirit, strong character and demonstrate effective organization and communication skills. Required qualifications include achievement or current pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science or related course of study in addition to current CPR/AED certification . This internship is expected to begin no later than Monday, January 6th 2014, and requires a 6-month time commitment. During this evaluation, interns will have the opportunity to compete and earn a paid full-time internship position on the Football Sports Performance staff. Deadline to apply is: Friday, October 18th 2013. Please email letter of application, with attached resume and list of at least three professional references to Bill Hughan, Sports Performance Coach at email@example.com.
Tuesday September 3, 2013
Savannah State: Ken Coggins has been hired as the head strength and conditioning coach and will oversee all 16 University sports. Coggins previously served as the Centerfield Baseball Academy's director of athletic performance.
Clemson: Clemson University Department of Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning is seeking highly motivated candidates to fill Spring 2014 internship positions. Individuals will gain knowledge and experience in a Division I Collegiate Strength and Conditioning setting. Individuals will also have the opportunity to work with all the Olympic sports that train out of Jervey weight room. It may fulfill course credit if necessary. Daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to: assisting with supervision and execution of strength training programs for various sports, attending to daily maintenance of the training facilities, and professional development throughout internship program. Qualifications: Currently pursuing bachelors/masters in exercise science or related field, certified in CPR/First Aid, and a strong desire to become a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach. Pursuing NSCA, USAW, or CSCCa certification(s) Compensation: This is a non-paid volunteer position. Will gain experience as well as future recommendation for employment. Applicants please submit a cover letter, resume, and professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no phone calls.
Monday September 2, 2013
New Mexico Highlands (D-II): New Mexico Highlands is looking to make an immediate hire for a full-time strength coach. New strength coach will be responsible for all sports, with an emphasis on football. Please contact director of football operations Tony Pavlic via email only at email@example.com
Friday August 30, 2013
Missouri: We hear that there may be a few strength and conditioning positions open at Missouri. We have not yet confirmed.
Robert E. Lee ISD (TX): Richard Compton, who formerly served in the strength and conditioning department at Texas A&M Kingsville, has been named the first head strength and conditioning for Robert E. Lee ISD.
Monday August 26, 2013
Morgan State (FSC - MD): Morgan State University Strength and Conditioning Department is currently accepting applications for Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. Morgan State University competes at the NCAA Division I level, and is a member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Football competes in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision. Applicant will assist the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach with all aspects of strength and conditioning department including design, implementation and supervision of strength and conditioning programs for 3-5 teams as assigned by the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. The applicant will also assist with football. He or she must also be able to demonstrate and teach all Olympic lifts and have a strong work ethic as well as strong communication and motivational skills. Qualifications: (Required) - Bachelor’s degree in physical education, exercise science or related field, Masters degree preferred; CSCS or SCCC certification; CPR and First Aid certifications; 2 years college coaching experience. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Josh Bush, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. Interested candidates must apply on line to be considered.
Bethune Cookman: Former Missouri State intern and Lindenwood grad assistant Sam Chatman is now an assistant strength coach at Bethune Cookman University.
Friday August 23, 2013
Western Oregon: Western Oregon is looking for an intern assistant strength coach. DUTIES: ASSIST IN THE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS IN THE WOU SPORTS PERFORMANCE DEPARTMENT. THIS POSITION WILL HAVE TEAM(S) RESPONSIBILITIES AS WELL AS ASSISTING THE DIRECTOR OF SPORTS PERFORMANCE WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMS, WARM UP/FLEXIBILITY AND ANY OTHER DUTIES AS NEEDED. QUALIFICATIONS: BACHELORS DEGREE IN EXERCISE SCIENCE OR RELATED FIELD, MASTER’S PREFERRED. EXPERIENCE IN THE COLLEGIATE OR PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING SETTING NECESSARY, WITH EXPERIENCE PROGRAMMING PREFERRED, A STRONG DESIRE TO BECOME A STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH AT THE COLLEGIATE LEVEL PREFERABLE. MUST BE CPR/FIRST AID CERTIFIED AS WELL AS CURRENTLY CERTIFIED IN ONE OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: CSCCa, C.S.C.S., USAW. COMPENSATION: $6,000/10-MONTH CONTRACT DEADLINE: UNTIL FILLED HOW TO APPLY: EMAIL RESUME AND REFERENCES TO: Coach Metzgar-Deacon: firstname.lastname@example.org QUESTIONS: PLEASE CALL 503-838-8312.PREFERRED START DATE: SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2013 – JUNE 30TH, 2014 (CAN BE ADJUSTED IF NECESSARY)
Merrimack: Jim McGuire has been promoted to assistant director of strength and conditioning.