Central Washington University is a Division II institution with the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. CWU Athletics Department is seeking a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach to assist the CWU Strength and Conditioning Program in development, implementation and supervision of strength and conditioning programs for 15 varsity programs.
The individual must have a bachelor's degree, be CSCS certified and CPR certified. Additionally, the applicant must have previous strength and conditioning experience and be accepted into the graduate program in Athletic Administration (classes begin Summer Quarter of ’19). This is a two-year assistantship with an anticipated start date of September 16, 2019 and includes an annual stipend during the academic year and partial tuition waiver.
Deadline to submit application is March 22, 2019. Send letter of application for employment, resume, unofficial transcripts and the names and contact numbers of four professional references to:
Erik Hoium Director of Strength and Conditioning Central Washington University 400 E. University Way Ellensburg, WA 98926-7570 Email: email@example.com
About Central Washington University
Year-in and year-out, Central Washington University fields one of the strongest Division II college athletics programs in the Pacific Northwest region and is concluding its fifteenth year as a member of the NCAA Division II. Wildcat athletic teams are perennially in the top half of the conference standing on the court and in the field, where they compete as a member of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. Off the court, CWU ranks among the elite schools in the conference academically.The mission of the Intercollegiate Athletics program of Central Washington University is the growth of individuals through intercollegiate competition regardless of gender or race. The program provides educational benefits not otherwise fulfilled in the University curriculum: decision-making skills, citizenship, and a sense of self-worth, team affiliation, and emotional growth may be realized, while student-athletes learn to evaluate their performances in competition. Additionally, Intercollegiate Athletics encourages its student-athletes to take full advantage of educational opportunities at the university—to achieve intellectual goals while acquiring the experiences necessary to function in a diverse society.