Strength and Conditioning - Graduate Assistant Positions
Merrimack College, School of Health Sciences
Location: North Andover, Massachusetts
Sports Medicine - Strength & Conditioning
4 Year Degree
Merrimack College, a Division 1 member of the Northeast Conference (NEC) and Hockey East Association (HEA), is currently seeking candidates for Graduate Assistant positions in Strength and Conditioning. This is a 9 month accelerated academic and experiential program with a half- or full-tuition waiver awarded to successful candidates.
In order to be considered for an assistantship you must apply to our Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science program. The Master's program offers a concentration in Strength and Conditioning that is an Education Recognition Program with an approved and standardized curricula by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
The strength and conditioning sites for Summer or Fall typically include:
Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning
Phillips Exeter Academy
Southern New Hampshire University
College of the Holy Cross
Fitchburg State University
Position Responsibilities will include (and are not limited to):
Program design, implementation, and supervision for assigned teams
Participation in personal and staff development initiatives
Coordination and collaboration with Athletic Training.
Requirements and Qualificationsinclude:
Successful acceptance into the Exercise and Sport Science Master’s program at Merrimack College
CPR & First Aid certification
CSCS credentialed or eligible and plan to be credentialed prior to enrollment
A desire and commitment to individual and professional growth
Previous experience in a strength and conditioning coaching environment (e.g., collegiate weightroom, private fitness center) is preferred
For more information: https://www.merrimack.edu/academics/health-sciences/graduate/fellowships/
To be considered for a Strength and Conditioning assistantship, please submit the form at the link, and we will email you with additional information about next steps in the application process.
About Merrimack College, School of Health Sciences
The School of Health Sciences at Merrimack College offers a strong foundation in the basic sciences and technology, enhanced by diverse experiential learning opportunities.
Students are mentored in the development of career-related skills in a student-centered curriculum that fosters an active learning environment and practical experience in the health care and human performance fields.
Merrimack College’s health science graduate programs equip you for leadership in public health, exercise science, health and wellness education, program management, athletic training and other fast-growing health care careers. You’ll acquire hands-on experience and exceptional training that sets you apart in the job market—and on the job.