**To apply to this posting, please go to ugajobsearch.com and apply to posting S04517P** The University of Georgia invites applications for the position of a Professional Intern Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach to the Strength and Conditioning Staff for Olympic Sports.
The a Professional Intern Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach will have the opportunity to design and implement annual strength and conditioning programs for assigned sport teams and athletes. The position will communicate independently with their assigned sports sport coaches and respective sport athletic training staff personnel. The position will also assist with the implementation and design of the annual strength and conditioning programs for assigned Olympic Sport Teams and athletes. The position will directly report to and assist the Strength and Conditioning Coaching Staff for Olympic Sports in managing all aspects of a collegiate strength and conditioning facility and assist with the supervision of the 16,000 square foot weight room. Some nights and weekends will be expected. The position will have the added opportunity to collaborate with the Strength and Conditioning Coaching Staff for Olympic Sports on implementing the Strength and Conditioning Educational Intern Curriculum for non-compensated volunteer student interns. The position will provide instruction in proper lifting techniques, conditioning modalities, pre-habilitation techniques, and recovery methods. Additionally, the position will monitor progress of athletes through computer charting and analysis of daily, monthly, and annual training for assigned sport teams and for teams as assigned by staff. The position will aid in the maintenance of free weights, exercise machines, and cardio equipment. In conjunction with the Sport Nutrition Staff, the position will also collaboratively track, order, and restock nutritional supplements for the weight room’s nutrition station. The Professional Intern Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach should have knowledge of and adhere to NCAA and SEC rules and regulations. Previous collegiate strength and conditioning experience is preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology, physical education or related field and at least 6 months of directly related experience. Either a CSCS or CSCCa certification is preferred.
Internal Number: S04517P
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