Strength & Conditioning Coaches

  Collegiate Sports
  West Region
  College Coaching
  Posted/Updated: 06/22/22

Job Summary

 

 

The strength and conditioning coach is a member of the staff who designs, supervises, and evaluates the strength and conditioning program for student-athletes. The position has the responsibility to ensure the safe operation of the strength complex through the enforcement and implementation of policies and procedures.

 

Required:

Equivalent to 2 years of experience performing a variety of support services for an instructional program.

CPR/First Aid certification.

National Strength Coaches Association's CSCS certification (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) or the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association's SCCC certification (Strength and Conditioning Coach Certification) required.

 



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