Thursday January 17, 2019

Southern Miss: Sources tell FootballScoop former Charlotte head football strength & conditioning coach Jim Durning is expected to join the Southern Miss staff in the same capacity. Durning had been at Charlotte since 2012 and had spent the 13 previous years at James Madison.

Alabama: The University of Alabama football Strength and Conditioning Staff is looking for qualified strength and conditioning interns for the 2019 spring semester. Responsibilities: various duties within the football strength & conditioning department including weight room maintenance/cleaning, workout setups, and other duties assigned by the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. Hours will vary throughout the semester and may include early morning, late afternoon hours, and weekends. This is an UNPAID volunteer internship. However, candidates will receive hands on Division I Intercollegiate experience with football, college credit towards graduation if applicable and access to continuing education resources, CSCS certification prep, networking opportunities, potential future recommendation for professional advancement and continuing mentorship beyond completion of the internship. Preferred qualifications: Earned or Pursuing Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in exercise science or related field; Earned or pursuing NSCA-CSCS, USAW or equivalent certifications, CPR certification. Experience in a Strength and Conditioning Program or having previous collegiate athletics experience is plus. The University of Alabama is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body and welcomes all applicants. To apply: In one PDF packet send cover letter, resume, and three professional references to [email protected]. Please no phone calls.

Bryant (FCS – RI): Bryant University Strength and Conditioning is looking for a paid intern. This position reports to the Assistant Athletic Director of Sports Performance and is responsible for assisting with the development of strength, speed, and conditioning programs for all sports. The position will directly oversee the development of 4-5 sports. The Strength and Conditioning Intern will interact and correspond with assigned Head Coaches about the programs designed for their teams. This is a 10 month position. Qualified candidates should apply here or email [email protected]

Syracuse: Syracuse University Department of Athletic Performance for Football is accepting applications for a VOLUNTEER Intern Strength and Conditioning coach position for the Summer 2019 semester. This is an UNPAID volunteer position, but academic credits can be applied towards an Exercise Science or related degree program if applicable. The main responsibilities of this position will include: involvement in the supervision of safety during training sessions, assisting with daily administrative, maintenance items, and operations for Football. This position will provide: valuable practical experience working with Division 1 collegiate football student-athletes and coaches, an extensive professional development program, CSCS / SCCC prep, and multiple opportunities to expand network connections within the profession. Qualifications:  Seeking a college degree or completion of a Bachelor’s Degree and current CPR certification. Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in an exercise related field and CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certification. Evidence of project completion, consistent attention to detail, and efficiency in a fast-paced environment will be highly considered. All employees must comply fully with all NCAA, ACC (or other conference) and Syracuse University rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. If interested, send a resume, cover letter, and three (3) references to: Keith Caton ([email protected]).

 

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