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Tuesday February 12, 2013

Tuesday February 12, 2013

St. John's University (MN): St. John's is seeking an assistant athletic trainer / assistant strength coach.Athletic training sport assignment include football, wrestling, club rugby and lacrosse. Responsibilities include coverage of assigned team, athletic training room and home athletic events; travel with teams based on sport assignments. In-season and off-season strength & conditioning responsibilities will be assigned by the SJU Head Strength & Conditioning Coach. Qualifications: NATA-BOC certified with minimum 1-2 years of experience at college level, Minnesota Athletic Training Registration completed by August 15, 2013., Certified in Strength & Conditioning or eligible to obtain certification by August 15, 2013 under the standards established by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (SCCC), or by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS), Current CPR/First-Aid certification, Salary: This is a .83 FTE with market basket salary range of $25,660 - $31,950 for the 10-month position. This is a full-time 10-month employee-at-will-contract starting August 1, 2013 - May 31, 2014, renewable for additional years based on performance and approval of the Head Athletic Trainer and Head Strength & Conditioning Coach. Send via email a letter of interest/cover letter, resume including references with phone numbers, and three letters of recommendation to sbierscheid@csbsju.edu. Deadline for Applications is March 31, 2013.

Northwest Missouri State: Northwest Missouri State University is seeking a strength and conditioning graduate assistant. The graduate assistant will work in the varsity weight room and will assist with the implementation of sport-specific strength training programs for all sports (14 varsity sports) and will be assigned his/her own sports, as capable. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: assisting the head strength and conditioning coach with the design and implementation of sport-specific strength, speed, and agility programs; weight room supervision; daily upkeep and maintenance of equipment; communication with coaches and other duties as assigned by the head strength and conditioning coach. The Graduate Assistant position is a two-year assignment beginning with the 2013-14 academic year and includes a tuition waiver for graduate credit hours plus student fees per term (summer terms excluded) and a monthly stipend (~$700). For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume, references and contact information to: Joe Quinlin, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at joeq@nwmissouri.edu. Application will be accepted through February 22nd, 2013.