Strength and Conditioning Jobs & Careers

Strength and conditioning jobs are a great way to help people meet their goals and be the best version of themselves. Combining science with exercise, strength and conditioning coaches can maximize an athlete's strength and work on their weaknesses, improving their overall performance. Jobs in strength and conditioning are vast and allow you to work with entire teams or individual clients.

With a wide variety of strength and conditioning jobs available, it's easy to find the particular job that you want. Those interested in professional football may be inclined to search for NFL strength and conditioning job opportunities, and with the growth of professional sports, it is easier than ever. If working with professional athletes is too fast-paced and demanding for you, try something a little slower but just as impactful, like high school strength and conditioning jobs. Go a step above high school strength and conditioning coaching and look for NCAA strength and conditioning jobs. There are over 351 NCAA Division I schools. With the other 308 Division II schools and 443 Division III schools, there are plenty of options when searching for an NCAA strength and conditioning coaching job.

Trying to figure out what kind of job you would like in strength and conditioning can be overwhelming, but once you narrow it down, you won't be sorry, and can help you on your journey. You'll be able to seek out strength and conditioning jobs that fit your interests and your qualifications; that way, you are using your time on jobs that work for you. While you focus on setting yourself apart from other applicants, will be busy finding the many job opportunities available in the sports industry.

Strength and Conditioning Job Opportunities

Manager of On-Field Licensing

Soccer League


General Manager

Pro Men's Soccer League


Executive Editor

Sports Media Network

Los Angeles

Director of Human Resources

Sports Media


Product Manager

Professional Soccer League


Director, Human Resources

Sports Media


Manager, On-Field Licensing

Soccer League


Assistant Athletic Trainer/Instructor

University Athletics

Cedar Falls

Medical Services Coordinator

Baseball Team


Sports Instructor

Youth Sports Organization


Tennis Coaches

Youth Sports (CA)

Castro Valley

Director, Business Insights & Analytics

Professional Men's Soccer League - NY


Senior Manager

Soccer League


Manager, Partnership Marketing

Soccer League


Frequently Asked Questions

As a sports management professional, you’ll be exposed to a variety of domains in sports, such as marketing, law, management, and finance. You may have the opportunity to work in nearly any sport from the amateur ranks through scholastic levels and the top professional leagues.

Responsibilities of sports management jobs include identifying, monitoring, and managing the business dynamics and applications that routinely drive sports organizations. is a great tool to use to find strength and conditioning jobs, quickly apply, and land your dream sports job. Simply search for strength and conditioning jobs and then narrow down to the type you are looking for.

Many organizations require at least a bachelor's degree in a related exercise field, for example, exercise science. A bachelor's degree is great to have, and experience is usually also required.

Not all strength and conditioning coaching jobs are the same causing salaries to vary. In the NCAA, a very experienced strength and conditioning coach could make upwards of $500,000. On the low end, depending on the school and job, you can expect to make as low as $39,000 annually.

Lower-level NFL strength and conditioning coaches make around five figures. Your salary depends, of course, on your experience and where you're working. Head coaches with lots of experience can expect to make up to $500,000 annually.

If you’re wondering how to start a career in strength & conditioning, it's great to start at private businesses and colleges to help build up a resume and gain experience.

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