The Assistant Sports Performance Coach/Director of Skill Development and Performance Recovery and Associate in Physical Education is responsible for assisting with the implementation of the strength and conditioning program. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following; -Supervising the strength and conditioning program for assigned varsity sports programs. -Instructing student-athletes in the proper strength and conditioning techniques for optimizing performance, development and reducing injuries. -Remaining current in the knowledge and advances of cardiovascular conditioning, weight training, speed training and nutrition for male and female student-athletes. -Position specific movement pattern involving lateral movement and agility training. -Implement programs which incorporate explosive exercises needed to improve force production and power output. -Identify and administer corrective exercises to fix muscular imbalances which should aid in the reduction of sport specific injuries.
Completion of a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science or a related field from a four year college or university
Two years of related experience Certified by a nationally recognized accredited strength and conditioning certification program: the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) or the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) strength and conditioning coach certified (SCCC). Successful experience in strength and conditioning preferably at the NCAA Division I or professional level
Internal Number: 0000203
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