Publish date:

Wednesday May 7, 2014

Wednesday May 7, 2014

Kennesaw State: Iowa Olympic strength intern Ashley Renteria has accepted a grad assistant sports performance position working with the Kennesaw State Olympic sports performance department.

George Washington: George Washington University is currently accepting applications for 3 available Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning positions. This is a one-year appointment for the 2014-2015 academic year with the possibility of renewal. Candidates must be accepted to the Exercise Science graduate program at George Washington University with a minimum GPA of 3.0 QUALIFICATIONS: · Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science or Related Field, Candidates must obtain certified status as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) within 6 months of employment. Preference given to those currently certified. COMPENSATION: Graduate tuition and fees for the 2014-2015 academic year (9 credits each semester), books and a stipend of $13,000 (paid September 2014 – May 2015). There is an option to receive a maximum of 6 credits during the summer of 2015. This is a one-year appointment for the 2014-2015 academic year with the possibility of renewal. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Each GA will carry a 2-4 team load and will work with a variety of George Washington University sports. In your cover letter, from the list below please identify your focus area that you are applying for (1) Sports Nutrition/Performance Dining (1 Position): Candidate will assist the Director of Strength and Conditioning and Sports Nutritionist with all duties pertaining to George Washington University performance dining. (2) High Performance Technology (1 Position): Candidate will collect and monitor data from performance technology and exercise physiology testing. Knowledge/Experience working with heart rate technology preferred. (3) Research/Development (1 Position): Candidate must possess an interest in developing and conducting performance based research. Experience/Knowledge with conducting research is highly preferred. Create and provide the Director of Strength and Conditioning appropriate reports and tracking mechanisms of strength, speed, and conditioning test results, athlete nutritional analyses, and other data as necessary. TO APPLY: Please email your cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to mattjohnson@gwu.edu

Cameron (D-III - OK): The Cameron University Strength and Conditioning department is looking for 2 unpaid interns for the FALL 2014 semester. This position will begin on August 11, 2014. Cameron University competes in NCAA Division II as a member of the Lone Star Conference. This is a hands-on experience with daily opportunities to coach athletes. You will receive instruction on program design for multiple sports with the possibility of writing programs for 1-2 teams. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach with the implementation of sport specific injury prevention, strength, speed, agility, flexibility, and conditioning programs, complete intern development assignments as part of an educational program, and follow all Cameron University, Lone Star Conference, and NCAA rules. Potential candidates for this position must possess or be working towards one of the major certifications (CSCS, SCCC, USAW), possess an enthusiastic spirit, strong character, relentless work ethic, demonstrate effective organization and communication skills and must have a strong willingness to learn and be a self-starter. Compensation: there will be no monetary compensation, but individuals will receive NCAA Division II strength and conditioning coaching experience, further knowledge of the field, course credit if needed, and the possibility for future references. To apply, please submit a letter of application, resume, and three (3) professional references to Ryan Flood, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, at rflood@cameron.edu.