Thursday May 19, 2011

University of Memphis: Strength and Conditioning Department is in search of aspiring strength professionals to fill two (2) Paid Summer Internship positions.  The role works primarily with the Tiger Football team throughout the summer while assisting with any other teams per the request of the Director of Strength and Conditioning.  Specific responsibilities 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, maintain team and individual records, assist in the regular maintenance and upkeep of the facility, motivate both small and large groups of student-athletes, and have a passion for the strength and conditioning field.  The prospective worker 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.  At conclusion of the Summer Internship, there will be a potential opportunity to stay on the staff as a Graduate Assistant working primarily with Olympic athletic teams as well as assisting with the Football team beginning in the Fall 2011 school year.  Advancement is based on performance and compatibility within the Tiger Strength department as well as acceptance in the Graduate School at the University.  Interested individuals with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science or related field, previous experience working in team setting weight training, current or working towards certification with the NSCA, USAW, or CSCCa, and current CPR/AED First Aid Certification.  Send all applications to include letter, resume, and three (3) references to Josh Medler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in a timely fashion to be considered for a position.  AA/EOE

Monday May 16, 2011

West Florida: South Alabama intern Jeremy Evans accepted the strength and conditioning graduate assistant position at West Florida.

Thursday May 12, 2011

Marshall: Head coach Doc Holliday is once again making a change.  Head strength coach Scott Bennett will not have his contract renewed.  

Tuesday May 10, 2011

New Mexico Military Institute: announces the vacancy of the full-time, 12-month position of Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. Responsibilities include assisting in the implementation of the in-season and off-season strength & conditioning programs, assisting in the implementation of the physical training/testing for the Corps of Cadets, teaching proper lifting technique to student athletes, teaching strength and conditioning classes, maintaining the strength and conditioning facilities, and any other tasks assigned. Bachelor's degree required, Masters preferred. A certification or working towards a certification with the NSCA-CSCS, CSCCA, and/or USAW must be provided.  Previous experience in leading training sessions, collegiate athletics or competitive weightlifting is a plus. Salary is $35,000-40,000. Excellent benefits available. NMMI is a state supported college preparatory high school and transfer junior college operating within a military environment.  Prior Military experience not required. Applications will be accepted at the NMMI HR Office until 22 May 2011 or until position is filled.  NMMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Application, letter of interest, and transcripts, are accepted at NMMI HR Office, Lusk Hall, 101 W. College Blvd, Roswell, NM 88201. NMMI Applications are available at the NMMI website at www.nmmi.edu/personnel or at Lusk Hall, Employment Room.

Washington State University: WSU Strength and Conditioning is accepting applications for a 2011-2012 paid internship.  The intern will assist in the day to day operations of the Cougar Mania Strength and Conditioning Complex in all facets of training and upkeep of the facility.  The successful candidate will also be assigned teams yet to be determined.  A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in exercise science or related field, experience in a collegiate athletic setting and a strong desire to become a strength and conditioning coach at the collegiate level is preferred.  Certifications needed in one or all of the following:  SCCC, C.S.C.S., USAW.  Compensation will be $16,000 for a 10-month position, start date is mid-August and will go through May 31st of 2012.  This position will be open until filled, to apply please send cover letter, resume and three professional references to David Lang, Washington State University, Bohler Addition B-75, Pullman, WA  99164 or email them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Washington State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action educator and employer.  Members of underrepresented groups, such as ethnic minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

Wednesday May 4, 2011

Dartmouth College: The Strength and Conditioning Department is currently accepting applications for unpaid internship opportunities during the summer term. The summer term will run from June 22nd - August 24th. These dates may be adjusted if necessary. Selected interns will assist in all facets of training for Dartmouth's 34 varsity sports. Other duties include maintenance and upkeep of a 10,000 square foot training facility, as well as completing required internship curriculum. Qualifications: Applicants must possess a strong work ethic and a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. Applicants must be pursuing a Bachelor or Masters Degree in Exercise Science or a related field. Applicants should be certified or in pursuit of a certification from the NSCA, CSCCa or USAW. Internship credit, if applicable, may be received toward your degree. Deadline for application materials is May 31st. To apply please email a cover letter, resume, and a list of 3 references to Brandon O'Neall, Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach at Dartmouth College: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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