Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for Women's Teams

deadline 01 July 2018
employer The University of New Hampshire
type Full-time

The University of New Hampshire Strength and Conditioning Program is seeking applicants for a graduate assistant position. Individuals must be enrolled in the graduate program in Sport Studies at UNH. The Sport Studies graduate program focuses on preparing individuals for careers in Coaching, Sport Psychology, Athletic Administration, Sport Marketing, or further graduate study in Sport Psychology and Sport Law.

Responsibilities include:

    -Strength and Conditioning Coach for assigned women's teams, testing and evaluation, communication with sport coaches and athletic training staff
    -Ability to coach and demonstrate Olympic movements, power lifts, and auxiliary movements
    -Knowledge and skill in Excel and Microsoft Word

    -Graduate tuition waiver
    -Stipend - $18,460 per year


    -To be eligible candidates must meet academic requirements for admission to the Sport Studies Graduate Program in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of New Hampshire
-Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science, Sport Studies (focus on Coaching Strength & Conditioning), or equivalent
    -Prior experience with NCAA Division I Women's Athletics
    -Working knowledge of NCAA rules, standards, practices, and procedures
    -One or more of the following certifications: SCCC and CSCS
    -CPR/AED certification and USAW highly desired

SCCC Certification:
Candidate will have the opportunity to obtain Practicum Hourly Requirements needed for the Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) from the CSCCa by approved mentors, Paul Chapman MSCC and John Ciani MSCC.

For more information, contact: Dr. Heather Barber, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator,