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  • Friday July 3, 2015

    Notre Dame: The University of Notre Dame Sports Performance department is currently accepting applications for its Sports Science Internships for the Fall 2015, Spring 2016 and Summer 2016. A background in various sports science technologies and software’s along with Microsoft excel and statistics experience is preferred. The successful candidate will assist in implementing initiatives, tracking and logging data for the sports science program. In addition daily duties will include; implementing athlete monitoring systems, equipment maintenance, statistical analysis, data entry along with other assigned duties. This role may include a small level of exposure to hands-on strength and conditioning. Fall 2015 – Thursday 20th August to Friday 11th December. Spring 2016 – Monday 11th January to Friday 29th April. Summer 2016 – Wednesday 8th June to Friday 22nd June. Candidates must be enrolled in an institution of higher education and be receiving class credit. Candidates must have outstanding work ethic and attention to detail. Candidates must show initiative and be able to work efficiently on assigned tasks. No monetary compensation is provided along with this position. However, the position offers the opportunity to work with some of the best sports science technologies including: Catapult Sports GPS, Polar Heart Rate Monitoring Systems, Kistler Force Plates including Kistlers’ Bioware software to conduct force plate analysis. The successful candidate will gain valuable experience in implementing these systems with specific Olympic sport teams and athletes. To apply please submit cover letter, resume and 3 references to Matthew Howley, Director of Sports Science via email matthew.howley.6@nd.edu. Please do not call regarding this position. Note: Applications for the Fall 2015 will not be accepted after Friday 14th August. Applications for the Spring 2016 will not be accepted after Friday 4th December 2015. Applications for the Summer 2016 will not be accepted after Friday 30th April 2016.

    Florida Gulf Coast: Florida Gulf Coast University Strength and Conditioning Department is seeking qualified applicants for (2) graduate assistant positions. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: design and implementation of sport specific strength and conditioning programs for assigned teams; demonstration and instruction of various weightlifting techniques; supervision of team workouts; assist with the maintenance and upkeep. Qualifications: (Required) – Bachelor’s degree, CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certification and acceptance into graduate school. Must also have CPR and First Aid certifications; previous strength and conditioning experience at the collegiate level; experience in designing and implementing workout programs. Compensation: Full Tuition (in-state up to nine hours/semester), books and stipend. Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Eric Krause at ekrause@fgcu.edu.

    UNC Charlotte: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is currently seeking highly motivated candidates for the position of Intern Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Fall of 2015. The dates of the internship will be from approximately August 17, 2015 until December 18, 2015. This is an unpaid position; however, the COMPENSATION of this experience is as follows but not limited to: experience working with Division 1 athletes (every team except football and baseball), professional development opportunities, daily learning opportunities, resources and assistance in preparing for major certifications such as the CSCS, and professional references for future opportunities in the field. RESPONSIBILITIES are as follows but not limited to: assist strength and conditioning coaches in program implementation of each sport, design and implementation of individual workouts (when given the opportunity), set up prior to and break down following workouts, and routine organization/cleaning of the weight room. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS are as follows: open availability, strong work ethic, reliability, desire to become a strength and conditioning coach, desire to learn and be challenged, and daily positive attitude.  PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS are as follows: internship to take place during the last semester of his or her undergraduate curriculum, working towards master’s degree in the field, and currently have or working towards a highly recognizable certification in the field. IF INTERESTED, please forward a copy of your updated cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Jimmy Duba at jduba@uncc.edu.

  • Wednesday July 1, 2015

    Waldorf (NAIA – IA): Winthrop intern Jeff Tietz has accepted a graduate assistant position at Waldorf.

    Winthrop: Intern Eric Phillips has been promoted to a graduate assistant position.

    Florida International: The Florida International University Strength and Conditioning Department is accepting applications for an Associate Director Strength and Conditioning Coach position. This position will assist in the day-to-day operations of the Panther Men’s & Women’s basketball teams. The successful candidate will also be assigned other Olympic sport teams to be determined by the Director of Strength and Conditioning. Ideal candidates will have director experience at the collegiate level and basketball experience. A minimum of 5 years’ experience with collegiate or professional basketball programs. Must be certified: CSCS or SCCC. This position will start during 2015 fall semester and will be open until filled. Inquiries must be received ASAP. If you are interested, send a letter of interest, resume, and three (3) professional references to: Florida International University Attn: Cory Houston, Assistant Strength Coach at cohousto@fiu.edu.

    Navy: Bryan Miller has been added to the strength staff as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for football.

    Auburn: Per source, longtime James Madison head strength coach Greg Werner is now working at Auburn as the head women’s basketball strength coach.

  • Tuesday June 30, 2015

    Gardner-Webb: The Gardner-Webb University Strength and Conditioning Department is seeking qualified applicants for a graduate assistant position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: design and implementation of sport specific strength and conditioning programs for assigned teams; demonstration and instruction of various weightlifting techniques; supervise team workouts; assist with the maintenance and upkeep of the facility. Qualifications: (Required) – Bachelor’s degree and acceptance into graduate school. (Preferred) – CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certification; CPR and First Aid certifications; previous strength and conditioning experience in some capacity at the college level; experience in designing and implementing workout programs. Compensation: Full Tuition and a stipend. Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Curtis Whaley at Cwhaley2@gardner-webb.edu.

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    Liberty: Henry Barrera has been hired as the men’s basketball strength and conditioning coach.

    William Penn Charter School (PA): The William Penn Charter School, a private high school outside of Philadelphia, is looking for a part-time assistant strength and conditioning coach, preferably with college experience. Duties include but are not limited to: Design and implement strength and conditioning programs for assigned sports teams; assist with facility supervision and training of student-athletes; teach proper movement, speed, agility, strength, power and conditioning techniques. Required qualifications: Bachelor’s degree; current certification through the NSCA, CSCCA, or USAW; and a current First Aid and CPR certification. Preferred qualifications: Experience working in a team setting either at the high school or collegiate level and a strong desire to become a full-time strength and conditioning coach. This is a part-time, 10-month position with a salary that is negotiable. The anticipated start date is August 18th, 2015. Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and a list of 3 professional references to John Estok, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, via email at jestok@penncharter.com.

  • Monday June 29, 2015

    Midland (NAIA – NE): Midland University is looking to fill one Strength & Conditioning Graduate Assistant position. The position is expected to start as soon as possible but graduate work doesn’t begin until the fall. The position includes room, board, and tuition.  Collegiate playing and / or coaching experience is preferred but not required.  Email resume, references, and cover letter to Mike Collins at collinsm@midlandu.edu.

    Indiana State: Indiana State University is now accepting applications for the position of VOLUNTEER INTERN to contribute to the Strength and Conditioning program beginning August 10th 2015 for the Fall term. DAILY RESPONSIBILITIES will include but are not limited to assisting in the successful implementation of the strength and conditioning department programs; set up and break down for daily activities, routine maintenance and cleaning of the training facilities, and participation in the internship curriculum. NO MONETARY COMPENSATION will be provided, however, Interns will receive experience working in a Division 1 training environment and have the opportunity to earn recommendations for future career opportunities; including Mentorship through the CSCCa and working towards SCCC certification and/or receive college credit if applicable. The interns at Indiana State will have the opportunity to work with all 12 of our men’s and women’s athletic teams. As a staff we believe in providing our interns with the best instruction possible through weekly professional development sessions in order to enhance their strength and conditioning career opportunities along with earning professional recommendation. The level of ambition of the intern will determine the level of the learning experience. QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have a strong work-ethic and have a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. Interns are expected to be punctual, enthusiastic, reliable, productive and consistent along with having the ability to work early mornings and late evenings. Ideal candidates should be pursuing a Master’s degree, possess a bachelor’s degree or be in the last semester of coursework earning an undergraduate degree in exercise physiology or related field of study. Certification from one or more of the following (NSCA, CSCS; CSCCa, SCCC; USAW) is preferred. CPR/First-Aid/AED certification required. Please email letter of application with attached resume to Ross Jirgl at rjirgl@sycamores.indstate.edu.

    Gardner-Webb (FCS): Per source, former assistant strength & conditioning coach at Eastern Kentucky University Chris McCormick has accepted the position of Director of Strength & Conditioning position at Gardner-Webb University.

    New Haven: The University of New Haven Strength and Conditioning Department is seeking qualified applicants for a graduate assistant position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: design and implementation of sport specific strength and conditioning programs for assigned teams; demonstration and instruction of Olympic weightlifting techniques; supervise team workouts, individual workouts, and open hours; assist with the maintenance and upkeep of the facility. Qualifications: (Required) – Bachelor’s degree and acceptance into graduate school. (Preferred) – CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certification; CPR and First Aid certifications; previous strength and conditioning experience in a collegiate setting; experience in designing and implementing workout programs. Compensation: Full Tuition and a stipend. Start date: August 1, 2015. Please send Resume, Cover Letter, and 3 Professional References to: Kevin McGonigal, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at kmcgonigal@newhaven.edu.

    Florida Atlantic: The Florida Atlantic University Strength & Conditioning department is accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Intern for the Fall 2015 semester (August 17th – December 11th). Compensation: Division I Intercollegiate experience; an earned recommendation toward further success as a Strength & Conditioning Coach; as well as college credit toward graduation, if applicable. Please be aware that there will be NO monetary compensation, nor housing offered for this position. Duties will include, but are not limited to: assisting staff in the implementation of strength and conditioning programs for all FAU sports; set up, and breakdown of training equipment; as well as assisting in the maintenance and upkeep of the facility. Minimum Qualifications: Strong work ethic, and highly motivated; preferred candidates are to be in a Bachelor’s degree program geared towards Exercise Physiology or a related field; experience in a college strength & conditioning setting. Preferred Qualifications: Working towards a Graduate’s degree in a program geared toward Exercise Physiology or a related field; working towards a nationally-accredited strength & conditioning certification (SCCC, CSCS, USAW, etc.); knowledge/experience working with Microsoft Excel. In order to apply for this position, please e-mail a resume, and a list of 3 professional references (with contact information) to Joe Valentino at jvalentino2012@fau.edu. Please do not send faxes or phone calls.

    Thomas University (NAIA – GA): Thomas University Strength and Conditioning Department is seeking qualified applicants to fill the strength and conditioning athletic assistant/graduate assistant position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: design and implementation of sport specific strength and conditioning programs for assigned teams; demonstration and instruction of Olympic weightlifting techniques; supervise during team workouts, individual workouts, and open hours; assist with the maintenance and upkeep of the facility. Candidates must have a strong work ethic and the desire to become and strength and conditioning professional. Qualifications: (Required) – Bachelor’s degree; CPR and First Aid certifications. (Preferred) – CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certification; previous strength and conditioning experience in a collegiate setting; experience in designing and implementing workout programs. Compensation: Tuition (fall and spring), university housing (fall and spring), and monthly stipend. Start date: August 2015. Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Seth Blevins at sethLblevins@gmail.com.

     

  • Friday June 26, 2015

    Duke: Duke University is looking for qualified candidates for our Olympic Sports Performance Volunteer Internship Program. Come be a part of one of the most successful programs in Division I Athletics. Olympic Sports Performance Coaches at Duke work with 23 men’s and women’s programs competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Interns are responsible for assisting full-time staff in the implementation and development of programs designed to improve strength, speed, power, and targeted energy system development; enhance functional movement patterns, improve joint and soft-tissue support, and improve daily nutritional habits and practices. Interns also help maintain all training facilities; do on-site, off-site, and online research; meet with various sport staffs and the Sports Medicine staff to increase sport-specific knowledge; participate in the Athletic Department Leadership Academy, and complete weekly assignments related to the teams they train and the experiences they have at Duke. They will also present on a variety of topics at weekly staff meetings, and learn to “coach the coaches”. These are unpaid positions. However, undergraduate and graduate level credits are available, and there will be potential opportunities to earn money through participation in sport camps and training clinics. Candidates can apply by emailing a current resume with three professional references to Dan Perlmutter, Head Olympic Sports Performance Coach, at dperlmutter@duaa.duke.edu. The screening process consists of the following steps: 1. Resume review 2. Two brief phone interviews with staff and current interns for potential-match candidates 3. Skype interview with full-time Olympic Sports Performance Coaches for candidate finalists 4. Submission of a video of the finalist both performing and coaching exercises of their choosing 5. Federal Background and Criminal Records Check.

    Missouri: The University Of Missouri Department Of Athletic Performance is now accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Intern. There is no monetary compensation provided, however, the aforementioned internship is a learning opportunity that qualifies as practical experience toward the 9 months or 640 hours required toward SCCC certification with the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association as well as theoretical and practical experience that can be applied to CSCS certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assistance of supervision for daily activities, set up and break down for daily activities, routine maintenance, weekly educational projects and reports, and assistance with execution of workout design and implementation for various sports. All prospective interns are expected to have an interest in advancing in a career in athletic performance. Prospects should have outstanding work ethic, energy, enthusiasm and attention to detail. Individuals chosen for this position are subject to university background checks and will possess or be in the process of obtaining CPR/First Aid/AED certification. Materials must be received before July 15th. Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references to Rusty Burney at burneyrj@missouri.edu.

    Monmouth (FCS – NJ): Monmouth University located in West Long Branch, NJ is accepting applications for the Assistant for Student-Athlete Performance. The candidate would be responsible for designing and implementing sport-specific training programs including strength training, plyometric training, speed and agility, flexibility, and conditioning for Football and Olympic sports teams. He or she will be responsible for the direct supervision of student-athletes during scheduled training times in the varsity weight room and serve as a source of information on fitness-related issues. Required qualifications include completion of a Bachelor’s degree, CSCS or comparable certification through a recognized governing body, CPR/First Aid Certification, previous coaching experience in a collegiate setting, and proficiency in teaching and performing Olympic movements. For application, apply for this position online through the Monmouth University Employment Opportunities website. The online application closes July 5, 2015.