Monday February 20, 2012
Lindenwood University: Lindenwood is searching for a strength and conditioning graduate assistant. Position is a two year position with a stipend and full tuition waiver. The duties to be performed, as assigned by the Director of Strength and Conditioning, include working with student-athletes, developing strength, speed, agility, and conditioning. The applicant will work directly with the football and men’s basketball full-time strength and conditioning coach, implementing strength and conditioning programs in the campus fitness center and HIT Center, leading team warm-ups, and appropriate cool-downs. The qualified applicant will also provide assistance in the Fitness Center, supervising work and learn students, maintaining facility cleanliness, and equipment maintenance. Applicants must possess bachelor’s degree in exercise science of fitness related field and must be First Aid and CPR certified. Prefer applicant to be Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist or currently in the process of becoming certified. Applicants must be admitted to a Lindenwood University graduate program with full-time status. Degree programs offered include human performance, health administration, business management, education, and several others. Review of applications will begin immediately. Projected start date is Summer/Fall 2012. Please apply by sending a resume, cover letter, current transcript(s), and 3 letters of recommendation to Betsy Feutz, Director of Strength & Conditioning at firstname.lastname@example.org.