Careers

Intern Sports Performance Coach

deadline 14 December 2018
employer Boise State University
type Internship
approved Yes

Boise State University Department of Sports Performance is now accepting applications for the position of Intern Sports Performance Coach for Spring 2019. This position will work exclusively with all Olympic sports. Projected reporting dates are January 14th - First Week of May. Monetary compensation may be available. Potential candidates will also receive a unique opportunity to be a part of our multidisciplinary Sports Performance, Health & Wellness program. The selected candidate will gain valuable experience collaborating with strength & conditioning, sports medicine, performance nutrition and sports psychology. At BSU we are striving to create a high performance model that puts the health and well-being of the student-athlete at the fore front.

Responsibilities during this internship will include but are not limited to: assisting staff with the development and implementation of training programs for all Olympic sports; demonstrating and teaching proper strength training, running and change of direction mechanics; maintaining the upkeep of facilities; and participation in an academic internship curriculum.

Potential candidates should have at least 1-2 years of collegiate sports performance experience. Candidates must be working towards or have obtained SCCC or CSCS certification. CSCCa mentorship is available to assist in the eligibility of the certification. Additionally course credit is available for eligible applicants. Candidates must be an individual of high character; should have excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills; the ability to motivate student-athletes and work in collaboration with coaches and other athletic department staff. CPR and First Aid certification is also required.

Interested applicants must submit a single file PDF document containing a letter of interest, resume, and a list of professional references to tylerwhitmer@boisestate.edu Attention: Tyler Whitmer, Director of Sports Performance.