Friday March 22, 2013
Pepperdine: Pepperdine University’s Strength and Conditioning Department is currently seeking qualified graduate assistant candidates for Fall 2013. Bachelor’s Degree required and admittance into or pending admission into a Master’s Degree program at Pepperdine University; a strong desire to be involved in strength and conditioning at the collegiate level; must have or be in the process of sitting for the NSCA (CSCS) certification; proficient in Microsoft Excel; excellent communication skills, both oral and written; excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; and must be diligent and willing to take initiative. The graduate assistant position is a one-year contract with the possibility of extending up to two years beginning with the 2013-2014 academic year and includes full tuition waiver for graduate credit hours with the summer terms excluded. This position is unpaid and does not include a stipend. The successful candidate will assist with the implementation of sport-specific strength training programs for all sports and will be assigned his/her own sports, as capable. Please note that Pepperdine University does not have a football team prior to applying. Closing date of applications will be April 15th, 2013. Timeline of work will be August 2013 – May 2014. Please send cover letter, resume and references by email to: Jamie.Faro@Pepperdine.edu.
Portland State: Portland State University is looking for qualified applicants for a full time internship position for summer 2013, starting June 10 through September 6. This is an unpaid internship working with football. Responsibilities include providing a high level of energy on the floor, coaching proper technique and motivating the athletes through off-season weight lifting and conditioning activities, maintenance and cleanliness of the weight room, research projects on various topics, as well as anything else the head football strength and conditioning coach needs assistance with. The applicant will receive valuable experience at the division I level as well as knowledge that will serve them in the field. Along with coaching in the weight room and on the field, there will be structured classroom times for further education. Requirements: Must be able to work full time and whenever you are needed, Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education (or related field) or in final semester, a valid CPR/First Aid certification, and a desire to be a successful strength and conditioning coach. Preferred: A Strength Conditioning or Weightlifting certification (or working toward obtaining a certification) and collegiate athletic playing experience. Interested applicants send a resume and a list of 2 professional references to the Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Andrew Pompei at email@example.com
Syracuse: Western Michigan head strength coach Nathaniel Peoples has been added to the staff at Syracuse. He will serve as the assistant director of strength and conditioning.