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Sports Performance Coach, Full-Time, Exempt

deadline 17 September 2018
employer Sports Performance Center (SPC) at The Star
type Full-time

JOB TITLE: Sports Performance Coach, Full-Time, Exempt

DEPARTMENT: Sports Performance Center (SPC) at The Star

REPORTS TO: VP of Athlete Healthcare

JOB SUMMARY: The Sports Performance Coach is responsible for assisting in the development and delivery of evidence-based and systematic performance training programs for the ST&R SPC athletes and members. Other areas of responsibility will include recovery, diagnostics, and supporting outside organizations affiliated with the SPC. They will provide hands-on coaching and instruction with a high level of energy and professionalism to deliver a unique and exceptional experience for all athletes. Programming will be delivered to support individual, small-group, and team training for a variety of populations whom differ by age, gender, level and ability. Programming will include core, balance, power, speed & agility, and strengthening to improve stabilization, strength, and power to support each individual's needs and goals to decrease risk of injury and increase performance capacity and output. They will also work to collaborate with other team members to ensure an integrated athlete-centric experience with a specific focus on improved performance outcomes across a variety categories. They are driven to exceed expectations and work within our organizational philosophy.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS
-Education
-Experience
-Licenses/Certifications/ Registrations
-Knowledge/Skills/Abilities
-Physical Demands (see attachment)

Essential Skills & Experience
-Must be well organized, professionally driven, with excellent communication skills and the ability to implement programs as defined by the SPC System.
-3+ years' experience applying skills and delivering services in a facility or sport team
-Experience working in a sports performance culture as a strong team player
-Strong verbal and communications skills
-Ability to lead and guide large groups of people
-Strong critical thinking skills and ability to make
-Ability to develop and deliver systematic performance programming to address individual or team needs
-Ability to progress or regress programs and/or exercises based on an individual's needs or ability
-Ability to assess and correct exercise technique to ensure proper execution of programming

Minimum Qualifications
-Bachelor's Degree
-SCCC and/or CSCS Certified
-NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM-CES) - Preferred
-NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM-PES) - Preferred
-CPR/AED/First-Aid Certified
-Knowledge of Fusionetics Performance Healthcare System - preferred
-Maintain current credentials and/or certifications as well as knowledge in performance health, human performance, and sport science domains

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:
Supervises: None

Contacts/Interacts with: SPC members, guests, and employees

To Apply: Email resumes to Coach Jeff Fish at jfish@bmcf.com