Monday February 11, 2019

Oakland Raiders: Aj Neibel has been hired to lead the strength and conditioning department, per multiple reports. Niebel spent the past two seasons as the Jaguars athletic performance specialist and physical therapy assistant and prior to that worked with the Falcons in a number of different capacities. Neibel previously worked the past six seasons with the Raiders.

UC Davis: UC Davis has an immediate opening for an ASSISTANT STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH. Job Summary: Under supervision of the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, assist with the development and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for 25 intercollegiate athletic teams. Work with teams as assigned by the head strength and conditioning coach and design sport specific strength and conditioning programs. Work directly with head coaches of assigned teams to ensure that the specific strength and conditioning needs of each team are met. Assist team doctors, trainers, and therapists to design and implement injury prevention and rehabilitation programs Minimum Qualifications: Knowledge of the rules and safety requirements of strength and conditioning training. This includes, but is not limited to, teaching techniques and safety measures for student-athletes to compete at the collegiate level. Bachelor’s Degree in a related area. Certification by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) or certification by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA). Must maintain certification. Knowledge of athletic injury prevention and treatment/modification protocols. Experience in the field of Strength and Conditioning with student-athletes in a collegiate setting. Knowledge of and commitment to NCAA rules and regulations. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree. 2 or more years of experience in collegiate strength and conditioning. Experience with college baseball and football. To apply for this position visit this link.

Southern Utah: Louisiana Tech intern Andrew Shirek is leaving Louisiana Tech for the head strength job at Southern Utah, per source.

Purdue: Per source, Louisiana Tech strength intern coach Ryan Grubbs is headed to West Lafayette for an assistant strength job.

The Citadel: The Citadel is currently accepting applications for two VOLUNTEER Strength & Conditioning (S&C) interns for Summer 2019. The internship will last from May 28 – July 26. Interns will gain practical experience working in a Division 1 S&C environment under the guidance of an approved CSCCa mentor. Minimum requirements include CPR, AED, and First Aid certifications; an unwavering work ethic, a desire to become an industry professional, the ability to adjust to a demanding work schedule, and effective communication and leadership skills in a group setting. Other preferred qualifications include certification from a recognized governing body (NSCA, ACSM, USAW, CSCCa, etc.), previous intern or coaching experience, personal involvement in a competitive sport, and proficiency with computer productivity applications. Responsibilities will include assisting with team training sessions, daily, weekly, and semester long professional development assignments, facility maintenance, and other tasks as designated by the S&C staff. Interested candidates must submit: Cover letter (one-page maximum); Resume (one-page maximum); Three professional references*; A video (3:00 maximum) answering: Why do you coach? Why do you coach the way you coach? What does it feel like to be coached by you? *Note: Cover letter, resume, and references must be submitted in ONE PDF file (in that order) To apply, send one e-mail (with PDF and video attached) to Mike Morgan at [email protected]. Subject line should read: “Citadel S&C Internship, Summer 2019; Last Name, First Name.” This should also be the title of your attached document. Apply immediately; applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

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