Thursday March 31, 2011

New England Patriots: Moses Cabrera accepted an assistant strength & conditioning position.  Cabrera served on the staff at Colorado last season.

Dartmouth: We have learned that St. Anselm assistant Dave Jenkerson accepted the head strength job at Dartmouth.  Before working at St. Anselm, Jenkerson served as an assistant at Georgia Southern.

Charleston Southern: is accepting applications for Strength & Conditioning Internships.  Internships are available at the beginning of every semester; summer, fall, and spring.  This is an un-paid internship working with Division 1 (FCS Football) athletics program.  Candidates will get the opportunity to get hands on experience with In-Season and Off-Season training programs for a variety of sport programs.  Also there is a program curriculum required to be completed during the internship.  Responsibilities will include: Assisting with the implementation of CSU Strength & Conditioning Program, Teaching proper lifting technique to student athletes, Daily maintenance of the weight room, and any other tasks assigned by Head Strength & Coach.  Charleston Southern University is a Christian University in Charleston South Carolina with about 3000 students that compete in the Big South Conference. Emails resumes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Monday March 28, 2011

Dickinson College: seeks a Strength and Conditioning Coordinator/Assistant Football Coach. This is a full-time 12 month exempt position. The successful candidate will coordinate a variety of programs with respective coaches to assess the specific strength/conditioning needs of our varsity teams. In addition to at least three years of experience at the collegiate level, the successful candidate is expected to be a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as well as having current First Aid/CPR certifications. Candidates should possess the skills and experiences necessary to serve as a defensive position coach, preferably linebackers or defensive line. The assistant coach will be expected to evaluate opponents, contribute to game plans, organize and conduct practices. The assistant coach will also be required to recruit within the philosophy of NCAA Division III and a highly selective liberal arts institution. A bachelor’s degree is required, master’s degree preferred. Applicants should include a cover letter, resume and names of three current references to https://jobs.dickinson.edu Review of applications will begin immediately. Phone calls will not be accepted.


Saturday March 26, 2011

Wyoming:  Internship.  Positions are open for those interested in gaining experience in the field of athletic performance enhancement.  The program can be tailored to an intern’s education, experience, and future professional goals.  Duties include, but not limited to, assisting staff with set up and breakdown of training sessions, supplement distribution, maintenance of facility and equipment, and testing and training of all sports.   Internship Qualifications: Currently pursuing or completed a Bachelors Degree in an exercise science related field, a strong desire to be involved in an athletic performance field.  Preferred Qualifications: Certified or a strong desire to obtain certification with the NSCA-CSCS, CSCCA, and/or USAW is a plus.  Previous experience in leading training sessions a plus.  Compensation: This is an unpaid position; however, the possibility exists for class credit toward graduation from current institution, athletic apparel when available, the opportunity to learn from five experienced full time strength and conditioning coaches, and the potential to earn future recommendations.  To apply, email Mike Cotterman, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and request an application.

Thursday March 24, 2011

University of Southern Mississippi: Strength and Conditioning department is looking for a full time summer intern to work with football and other sports as assigned. Duties will include daily upkeep and maintenance of the weight room but primary responsibility will be COACHING! Candidates should be proficient in weightlifting, have  or be pursuing a Bachelors or Masters degree in a related field as well as appropriate certifications. This is an unpaid internship but the successful candidate can receive course credit (if pursuing a degree) and will gain valuable hands on experience in a Division 1 setting. Please send resume and references to Paul Jackson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Memphis: The Strength and Conditioning Department is searching for hard-working candidates for a Summer Internship opportunity working primarily with football.  Duties and responsibilities will include but are not limited to; assist Strength and Conditioning Staff in all facets of implementation of weight training programs, aid in the instruction of safe and proper weight training techniques, and assist in the regular maintenance and upkeep of the facility.  This is an unpaid position (IF THIS IS NOT AN ECONOMICALLY VIABLE OPTION FOR YOU THEN PLEASE DO NOT APPLY) in which the potential candidate(s) may receive class credit if applicable and will gain valuable collegiate level work experience and exposure through various training modalities centered around vertical integration, Bod Pod assessment, Polar Team2 Heart Rate System usage, orthopedic assessment, and sport massage.  Individuals pursuing a Bachelors or Masters in exercise science, athletic training or a related field as well as working towards a certification with the NSCA, USAW, or CSCCa and possess CPR/AED First Aid Certification send a resume and three (3) references to Josh Medler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications must be submitted before April 22, 2011 as the start date for the position is June 01, 2011.  AA/EOE


Tuesday March 22, 2011

South Alabama: The University of South Alabama Department of Strength & Conditioning is currently accepting applications for full-time intern positions for the upcoming semester.  Successful candidates can expect to work full time for the duration of the 10-week internship.  Application for the internship at the University of South Alabama should include a cover letter, resume, and have a bachelor’s degree or college senior at an accredited institution.  Applications for the summer semester will be due by May 1st.  The intern must also be willing to work early mornings and late nights during the week and weekends.  This is a non-paid position but free apparel will be provided to the student during participation.  A liability form must be signed before participation stating the university will not be held responsible for any injuries that may occur during the internship.  If there are any further questions pertaining to the internship feel free to contact, the information is listed below. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to; assisting the Strength and Conditioning Coaches with the design and implementation of sport specific strength, speed, agility and quickness programs.  Additional responsibilities include weight room supervision, daily upkeep and maintenance of equipment, and any other duties as assigned by the Strength & Conditioning Coach.  During the internship there will be various assignments given to help enrich their experience help develop them to become a better coach.  These include but are not limited to; writing a year-round training program(s), developing a training philosophy, facility design, budgeting, staffing and a mock NSCA test. After a 640-hour internship is completed at the University of South Alabama the interns will be eligible to sit for the SCCC exam at the CSCCa conference the following May. Send resumes to   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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