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Thursday March 3, 2016

Thursday March 3, 2016

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Seattle: Seattle University Sports Performance Department is accepting applications for 1-2 VOLUNTEER strength and conditioning intern positions for the Spring 2016 Quarter. Internship will begin March 28th and concludes on June 10th, 2016. QUALIFICATIONS: A strong desire to pursue a career as a strength and conditioning coach; a strong work ethic; punctual; completed or working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science or a related field; current CPR/AED certification. Preferred: Currently possess or working toward CSCS, SCCC and/or USAW certification; previous internship/coaching experience. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assisting strength coaches in the implementation and supervision of strength and conditioning/sports performance programs; daily weight room maintenance and up keep; and any other duties assigned by the strength and conditioning staff. COMPENSATION: Interns will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the field at the Division-I level, achieve necessary internship/practicum hours for SCCC and/or fulfill school credit if necessary. Interested applicants must send cover letter, resume and list of 3 professional references to Isaiah Gonzales, Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning, at gonzal81@seattleu.edu.

South Dakota School of Mines: Regional Health is seeking an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach to support our partner, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology (SDSMT). If you have a passion for helping student athletes to optimize their performance this may the position for you! POSITION HIGHLIGHTS: Career Growth: Opportunity to work in a progressive and growing athletic medicine department at the NCAA Division II level at a well esteemed academic university with a dedicated scholar-athlete population. RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Head Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, assists with development and over sees training programs including fitness and nutrition. Collaborates with assigned head coaches to design, plan, organize, and facilitate strength and conditioning needs for each of the university sports. Under the direction of the Head Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, assesses athletes physical attributes to accelerate athletic performance; teach safe and effective lifting techniques and spotting procedures; select exercises in the areas of strength, flexibility and speed development; provides nutritional counseling; and implements long-term training programs and conditioning for athletes year round. REQUIREMENTS: Must hold a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Bachelor’s degree in Health Related field required. Some travel required. Regional Health offers competitive compensation, benefits and professional growth in a caring work environment committed to helping patients and communities live well. Apply online via this link. Questions can be directed to Jamie Weller, Recruiter, Regional Health, 605-755-9162 or jweller@regionalhealth.com,