Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Strength & Conditioning
4 Year Degree
Missouri State University is seeking qualified applicants for a graduate assistantship in the area of Strength and Conditioning.
Responsibilities include but not limited to assisting the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach with training of the Olympic Sport teams, assist with developing and implementing programming for various sport programs, assist with daily administrative and maintenance duties, and assist with set up and break down of equipment before and after workouts. Work with other domains such as athletic training and coaches.
Bachelor’s Degree in kinesiology or related field.
Must possess a certification of CSCCa, or NSCA.
Must be accepted into Missouri State University Graduate school with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the selected area of graduate studies.
Knowledge of Division I athletics preferred.
Must be willing to work evenings, weekend and holidays when required.
Required to work 20 hours per week
Candidate must be well organized, attention to detail and have a strong work ethic.
Candidate must be able to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines.
Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing.
Salary: 9 month stipend of $8,939 (993.22/monthly) plus tuition waiver for graduate courses.
Additional Salary Information: Fee waiver for classes included.
About Missouri State University
Missouri State University was founded in Springfield in 1905 as the Fourth District Normal School. During its early years, the school's primary purpose was the preparation of teachers for the public school systems in southwest Missouri. The School's first name change came in 1919, when it became the Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, reflecting the institution's regional mission. By the mid-1940s, it had expanded beyond teacher education to include instructional programs in the liberal arts and the sciences; as a consequence, in 1945, the Missouri Legislature authorized an official name change to Southwest Missouri State College. In the ensuing decades, with the implementation of more programs at the undergraduate level and the development of a graduate education program, the College became an educationally diverse institution. Recognition of its further growth and development resulted in yet another name change in 1972, to that of Southwest Missouri State University. Finally, on March 17, 2005, the 100th anniversary of Founders' Day, Governor Matt Blunt signed Senate Bill 98, which included changing Southwest Missouri State University's name to Missouri State University. T...oday, Missouri State University is a multipurpose, metropolitan university providing a broad array of instructional, research, and service programs.