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, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Please no faxed resumes or phone calls.


Thursday January 20, 2011

Wyoming: We hear former Wyoming players Michael Ray accepted an assistant strength position at Wyoming.

Mississippi State: Full-time strength position. Assists in all strength, conditioning, and flexibility programs and operations for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Demonstrate knowledge of program design for a variety of sports; experience working at the intercollegiate level, preferably Division I; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; professionalism in dealing with coaches and student-athletes; working knowledge of computers is required; CSCS and CSCC certifications are preferred.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties include, but are not limited to: assisting in all aspects of training for 14 sports; writing programs and testing for various sports as assigned by the Head Strength Coach; maintain an open line of communication with the other members of the strength staff, sport coaches, and athletes; assist with the upkeep and maintenance of the weight room; be available to meet with recruits when asked by sport coaches; perform special assignments and projects for the Head Strength Coach as requested.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree; 1 to 2 years of experience; valid driver’s license. DEADLINE FOR APPLYING:  2/4/2011. BENEFITS/SALARY: Total benefits package offered by the University; salary commensurate with education and experience. STARTING DATE: 2/16/2011. CONTACT INFORMATION (HOW TO APPLY): Must apply on-line @ www.jobs.msstate.edu; attach cover letter, resume and three (3) references.

San Francisco 49ers: Duane Carlisle will not return as strength coach.  Assistant strength coach Mark Uyeyama has been promoted to head strength coach with the 49ers.  

Tennessee:  The University of Tennessee Strength and Conditioning Department is accepting applications for Spring 2011 interns.  This position is offering no monetary compensation.  Interns will be required to work at least 30 hours each week.  Individuals will gain experience in a division I college strength & conditioning setting as well as future recommendations.  College credit will be given as approved by their institution.  Responsibilities will include: 1) Assisting with the development and implementation of sport specific strength & conditioning programs. 2) Organizational and office duties. 3) Daily maintenance of equipment. 4) Assisting in supervision of training sessions and demonstrating exercise technique when needed. 5) Other duties as assigned by strength & conditioning staff.  Preferred applicants should have collegiate athletic playing experience, currently pursuing or have achieved a bachelors/masters in exercise science or a related field.  Preferred qualifications: proficient in Microsoft Office, currently pursuing NSCA, USAW, or CSCCa certification(s).  Applicants please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Medgar Harrison, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  No phone calls please.

Bethune-Cookman University: a Division I member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, located in Daytona Beach, Florida, announces a search for a Director for Strength and Conditioning. This position reports directly to the director of athletics. Responsibilities include the coordination of all aspects of strength and conditioning for the athletics department with  duties including but not limited to: providing oversight and supervision to the strength and conditioning staff and student-athletes, conducting searches for personnel as needed; oversight and supervision of the weight training facilities including upkeep and maintenance of equipment; developing testing mechanisms in cooperation with respective head coaches for student-athlete skill and conditioning development. The Director of Strength and Conditioning will have be responsible for the operations of a brand new Athletic Training Center scheduled for opening in December 2011. The successful candidate must be able to travel to various competition sites on a routine basis. The position will manage a staff of two full time assistants and a group of student interns and will work in conjunction with the athletic director, head coaches and sports medicine department. Other duties may be assigned as necessary. Minimum qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in a related field, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (National Strength Coaches Association) and at least 3 years of experience working with student-athletes and coaches at the NCAA Division I level or professional sports. Excellent writing and verbal communication skills are required along with experience in working under NCAA rules. This position requires strict adherence to deadlines and the ability to utilize computer technology and to effectively demonstrate the techniques and skills needed to increase athletic performance through speed development, strength techniques and safety routines. The ability to work in a culturally diverse, Christian environment is also required. The salary is competitive and employment terms include 12 month, full time status with an attractive benefit package. Cover letter, proof of certification, plus three references must be forwarded to The Department of Human Resources, Bethune-Cookman University, 640 Bethune Boulevard, Daytona Beach, Florida 32114. Fax at 386-481-2052. E-mail applications should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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