Careers

Georgetown CSCCa Assistantship

deadline 01 May 2019
employer Georgetown University
type Internship
website https://guhoyas.com/sports/2018/6/6/ot-strength-main-html.aspx
approved Yes

The position is a nine to twelve months internship in a Division I Sports Performance department. Upon completion, the intern will be eligible to sit for the SCCC exam through the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association. Which will be paid for entirely by Georgetown. The chosen candidate will be the head strength and conditioning coach for 2-3 teams as well as assist in the training of almost all 29 teams at Georgetown University. The position requires the ability to work 40+ hours a week, including weekends. Candidates must have a strong work-ethic and have a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional.

To sit for the CSCCa Exam, there will be a minimum of 640 hours that must be completed. A frequently used timeline for completing the 640-hour practicum/internship is 20 hours per week, 80 hours per month, over an 8-9 month period. Depending upon the needs of the institution, however, more hours per week may be required.


Job Tasks and Responsibilities
-Design and implement the strength and conditioning programs for a select group of student athletes
-Communicate and interact with the sports coaches and athletic training staff of assigned teams on a daily and weekly basis
-Assist with the coaching of select teams
-Assist with rehabilitation of injured athletes
-Fulfill the requirements of the temporary-assistant education program, including completion of ALL assignments, participation in discussions and expansion of knowledge.
-Communicate and interact with the other members of the coaching staff, faculty, support personnel and administrators.
-Educate student athletes about proper athlete lifestyle (nutrition, sleep, etc.)
-Act as a head strength and conditioning coach at an off-site facility.

Compensation available in addition to $1000/month stipend.

Requirements: CSCCa-SCCC, NSCA-CSCS, Bachelor's Degree or Masters Degree in related field, current CPR-AED certification, one year of previous experience as a strength and conditioning professional, and the ability to function as the Head Sports Performance coach for designated Georgetown University varsity teams as well as an off-site location.

Please send your cover letter, resume and references to Coach Dave Terry dmt55@georgetown.edu