Director of Strength Training and Conditioning

  University (OH)
  Central Region
  Collegiate Sports Health and Wellness
  Posted/Updated: 01/13/20

Job Summary



Job Summary


  • Serve as Director of Strength & Conditioning for intercollegiate athletics, managing all areas of the program and assist with supervising weight room, potential interns, and students enrolled in the Exercise Physiology program.
  • Design, implement and monitor sport-specific strength training and conditioning programs for assigned sports.

  • Provide instruction in proper lifting techniques, conditioning modalities, pre-habilitation techniques, and recovery methods.

  • Monitor progress of athletes through computer charting and analysis of daily, monthly, and annual training for assigned sport teams.


Scope
The Director of Strength Training and Conditioning will coordinate all S&C activities for the Department of Athletics. Included would be all in-season and out-of-season programs used by student athletes.

The Director would have final approval of all S&C programs provided to the men's and women's sports.

Principal Responsibilities


  • Emphasis on safety for all campus uses.

  • Compliance with NCAA in-season and out-of-season regulations.

  • Create and supervise sport workout programs.

  • Manage any future S&C staff.

  • Stay up-to-date on new developments.

  • Communicate with Athletics administration any issues that occur.

  • Provide instruction in proper and safe lifting techniques with an emphasis on free weight training and Olympic lifting.

  • Expertise in demonstrating and coaching a variety of agility, speed, and conditioning exercises, drills and techniques.
  • Monitor progress of all athletes through computer charting and analysis of daily training; counsel student-athletes in the area of performance enhancement.


Required Skills


  • Ability to program, implement and monitor sport specific weight training and conditioning programs for assigned sports.

  • Ability to communicate proficiently with individuals within and outside the University by telephone and email.

  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks.

  • This position involves knowledge of extensive knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, strength training software, and Microsoft Outlook, excellent communication skills, attention to detail, good organizational skills and ability to interact with individuals at all levels.

  • Coordinate scheduling; and work well with athletic and university administrative staff.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Possess a Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university in exercise physiology, physical education, or related field. Either CSCS or CSCCa certification along with CPR/First Aid certifications.

 

 



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