The position is benefit-eligible. The position is full-time during the academic year August through May and part-time during June and July.
4 Year Degree
Responsible for assisting with the planning and directing of the strength and conditioning activities of all athletic programs in the manner that upholds the philosophy and objectives of the University of Wisconsin-Superior Athletic Department.
- Support the Head Coach and promote the philosophy and objectives of the athletic program; to include adhering to and enforcing all policies and procedures outlined in the departmental handbook, as well as rules and regulations of the University, the governing sport conference, and the NCAA.
- Assist in the coordination, preparation, and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for assigned athletic programs in collaboration with the Head Coach, including leading team workouts designed to enhance the performance of student-athletes and athletic programs.
- Assist in providing instruction and supervision of proper strength and conditioning activities and work in collaboration with the sports medicine staff to develop and implement injury prevention and injury rehabilitation programs for student-athletes.
- Adhere to and follow all rules and guidelines of the NCAA and the University’s governing conference(s).
Experience planning and leading strength and conditioning activity
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), College Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) or other nationally recognized certification
Valid driver’s license
Master’s Degree form an accredited institution
A minimum of two years collegiate strength and conditioning coaching experience
The University of Wisconsin-Superior is Wisconsin's public liberal arts college. Established in 1893 with a mission to train teachers, it later became a part of the University of Wisconsin-System, and in 1998 was designated as Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College by the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents. The University serves 2,600 traditional and non-traditional students and is dedicated to the integration of liberal and professional studies and to serving a diverse student population.UW-Superior maintains its foundation teacher education college values through its emphasis on excellence in teaching, as well as service to the community and region. Its core mission is student-centered. The institution fosters intellectual growth and career preparation within a liberal arts tradition that emphasizes individual attention, embodies respect for diverse cultures and multiple voices, and engages the community and region. The richness of its programs creates a personalized educational environment that integrates theory and practice, liberal and professional education, teaching, scholarship, and creativity. The University has a significant investment in and commitment to c...ampus-wide Liberal Arts High Impact Practices (HIPs) that includes a First Year Experience, Academic Service Learning, Global Awareness, Writing Across the Curriculum, Undergraduate Research Scholarly and Creative Activity, and a Senior Year Experience.At UW-Superior, we promote the values of academic excellence, integrity, and community within a collegial environment. At the core of our values is the appreciation for, and examination of, diversity, inclusivity, and equity. UW-Superior offers day, evening, weekend, and distance learning classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.The University will not reveal the identities of applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except that the identities of "final candidates" must be revealed upon request. According to the Attorney General, "final candidates" under Wisconsin law means the five candidates who are considered most qualified for the position. See Wis. Stat. Sec. 19.36(7)(a).The University reserves the right to check additional references with notice given to the candidates at the appropriate time in the process.Employment will require a criminal background check. A pending criminal charge or conviction will not necessarily disqualify an applicant. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, the University does not discriminate on the basis of arrest or conviction record.Employment is subject to federal laws that require verification of identity and legal right to work in the United States as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act.