Monday September 24, 2012
Tennessee: The University of Tennessee is accepting applications for the position of Strength and Conditioning Intern for the Spring, and Summer semesters. The successful candidates will be required to schedule and maintain a minimum of 30 hours per week with the Strength and Conditioning Department. The daily responsibilities will include: Assisting with supervision and execution of strength training programs; for assigned teams. Teaching student athletes proper techniques and equipment use. Attending to the daily maintenance of the training facilities. Participation in weekly projects and assignments throughout the internship program. Compensation: Division I Intercollegiate experience, earned recommendation toward further success as a Strength & Conditioning Coach, gear, and college credit towards graduation if applicable. No monetary compensation will be provided. We will do our best to help find affordable living arrangements and part time jobs. Qualifications: Must have a strong work ethic and have a desire to become a Strength & Conditioning professional. Ideal candidates will have a Bachelors degree, and certification from all or one of the following: NSCA CSCS, CSCCA SCCC, USAW, NASM PES, or ACSM HFI. Refer to www.TennesseeStrength.com for applications. The deadline for applications is 10/31/2012.
Seattle University: The Department of Strength and Conditioning (Olympic Sports) at SeattleUniversity is accepting applications to fill the Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 internship positions. This is an un-paid position, but the intern will gain vital experience through performing daily responsibilities which include: assisting in the setup, implementation, and breakdown of team training sessions (11 intercollegiate sports); daily maintenance of the training environment; learning proper technique and others coaching skills critical to the profession. Candidates must be CPR/First Aid certified, preferably C.S.C.S. or C.S.C.C.A. certified and ideally pursuing bachelor’s / master’s in exercise science or related field. If interested, send resume and references to Rasun Hargrett, Strength and Conditioning intern coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday September 22, 2012
Montana State: Montana State University is currently accepting applications for a qualified and highly motivated individual looking to further develop their skills in the field of strength and conditioning, through an UNPAID Spring 2013 internship. Expectations of the intern include the following: Provide safe and effective coaching on all lifts, movement mechanics, soft tissue and mobility/flexibility work, willingness to assist in daily maintenance and duties of the strength and conditioning facility, strong communication, leadership, integrity, self-confidence and a willingness to learn, strong work ethic, punctuality, enthusiasm, and a desire to improve one’s self for the possibility of future endeavors in the field, and willingness to work a minimum of 20 hours/week. Preferences of the candidate include the following: Pursuit of future career in strength and conditioning as demonstrated by pursuit of professional certifications (CSCS, CSCC, USAW) and/or continued pursuit of a degree in a sport science or related field, CPR/First Aid and AED certification. Benefits to the candidate include experience in strength and conditioning at a collegiate level, potential to earn a recommendation toward further pursuits in the field, further learning of proper exercise technique via staff lifts, and the ability to further professional learning and development through formal internship curriculum. Closing date of applications will be October 31, 2012. Timeline of work will be January 7 – May 17, 2013. Please send cover letter, resume and references to Head Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Ricardo Ramirez at the following email address: email@example.com
Wednesday September 19, 2012
Southeastern Louisiana (FCS): We have learned that Georgia Southern assistant director for strength and conditioning Brandon Howard has accepted the head strength coach position at Southeastern Louisiana.
Tuesday September 18, 2012
Albright (D-III - PA): Albright College: Albright College is seeking a highly motivated individual for the position of Strength & Conditioning Intern Coach to begin as soon as possible. Qualifications: BS degree in Exercise Science or related field required. Certification in CPR and First Aid required. Candidates with CSCS will be given preference. Duties: Work closely with the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in developing intercollegiate athletes from 23 sports to reach their full athletic potential. Other duties include: designing specific S&C programs for each sport, setting workout schedules, implementing workouts, coaching athletes on proper technique, reporting testing results and other duties as assigned by the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach and the Athletic Director. Compensation: This intern position includes a $3,500 annual stipend paid over a ten month contract, free off-campus housing (shared with two other coaches, each in own room), free utilities and free meal plan in campus dining hall. A tuition waiver for Masters level classes in Education is also included. No health insurance or retirement benefits are included with this position. How to apply: Email resume and cover letter along with the names and phone numbers of three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday September 15, 2012
Villanova: Former Missouri State intern and Lindenwood University graduate assistant Sam Chatman has accepted an assistant strength and conditioning position at Villanova. We hear he will be working with most Olympic sports and assisting with the football program.
Wednesday September 12, 2012
Florida A&M: Florida A&M: Melissa Milner has been hired as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. She previously served in a variety of strength and conditioning roles at schools such as Coastal Carolina, Texas A&M, and Tarleton State.
Troy: Jonah McWaters has been promoted to a graduate assistant position. Former Florida State grad assistant Brandon Sanders has been brought on as an assistant strength coach.
Monday September 10, 2012
Ohio: Zac Brouillette has been promoted from assistant strength coach to assistant director of strength and conditioning and Dak Notestine has been promoted from his grad assistant role to assistant strength coach.
Wednesday September 5, 2012
South Alabama: The University of South Alabama is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach. The position is a graduate assistantship that includes a month to month stipend and a full tuition waiver. Applicant must possess one of the following certifications CSCS, SCCC, or USAW before submitting their application. The applicant must also hold a bachelor’s degree in a related field (Exercise Science, Athletic Training, Physical Education, or Strength and Conditioning) with minimum of one year collegiate coaching experience. The applicant must have a minimum of a 2.75 GPA and already have taken their GRE. Duties include development and implementation of sport training programs for selected sports and assist with all other sports, administration and supervision of the two weight rooms, educating athletes and coaches on nutrition and supplements and other duties assigned by the Head Strength Coach. All applications received by November 9, 2012 will be assured full consideration. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled for the spring semester. Late applications will be reviewed as necessary to fill the position. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, all college transcripts (non-official), GRE documented score (non-official), copy of bachelor’s degree, and at least three references. Send via e-mail to email@example.com.
Tennessee: Fred Hale, former Buffalo Bills intern, has been hired by the Tennessee Strength & Conditioning Department, filling the previously posted assistant coaching position.
Stanford: We hear that Nevada assistant director of strength and conditioning Mark Lamoreaux is heading to Stanford to serve as the assistant sports performance director for football.