Emory & Henry College is a private, liberal arts institution with approximately 900 students and is located in southwestern Virginia. As a member of NCAA Division III and the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), the College sponsors 13 sports for men and women. The Department of Athletics is committed to the institutional motto of ‘Increase in Excellence’. The Head Strength & Conditioning Coach is responsible for the development of a cohesive training program geared towards maximizing the athletic performance of all student-athletes and teams. The successful candidate will: provide expert guidance to coaches and student-athletes in the areas of performance development, strength training, injury prevention, and nutrition; liaison with Sports Medicine professionals as needed in the rehabilitation of injured student-athletes ; manage all daily operations of the weight room including supervision of student staff, scheduling, risk management; follow all College, ODAC and NCAA policies; and maintain knowledge of current ‘best practices’ in the field. This is a full-time, 12-month position.
A Bachelor’s degree, or education and experience equivalent to the Bachelor’s degree, plus the SCCC or CSCS certification is required. Master’s degree in Kinesiology or Exercise Science strongly preferred. Candidates should have an acceptable driving record, criminal background and NCAA compliance history.
Emory & Henry College, a private, liberal arts institution with approximately 1100 students, is located in southwestern Virginia. As a member of NCAA Division III and the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), the College sponsors 14 sports for men and women. The Department of Athletics is committed to the institutional motto of ‘Increase in Excellence’. Emory & Henry College is an equal oppo...rtunity provider and employer. Emory & Henry is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. Emory & Henry strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates.