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Campbell University is now accepting applications for the position of Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning. The Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning provides expertise and guidance while developing and implementing sound and scientifically proven strength training and physical conditioning protocol. Individual must possess strong communication and motivational skills, as well as the ability and commitment to work within the Christian mission and purpose of Campbell University. This position requires knowledge of and adherence to all NCAA Division 1, Big South Conference, CSCAA, and Southern Conference rules and regulations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Design, Develop and deliver comprehensive strength, speed, agility, conditioning and nutritional supplement
programs for up to 5 assigned NCAA Division 1 intercollegiate sport programs
- Communicate and work in partnership with sport coaching staffs and athletic training staff to provide an
integrated program of year round performance training, injury prevention and reconditioning for student athletes
- Administration and supervision of strength and supplements
- Travel with associated sport programs during away contests
- Provide daily weight room supervision, daily upkeep and maintenance of equipment
- Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times
- Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, Nutrition, Health or related field, and/or equivalent training and
experience required. Masters’ degree preferred
- Minimum of two years’ experience in collegiate strength and conditioning
- Collegiate sports nutrition experience
- Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (SCCC) certification or Certified Strength and
Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
- Red Cross CPR/AED certification required
- USA Weightlifting Certification (USAW) preferred
- Experience working in collegiate athletics, preferably at the Division 1A level.
- Broad knowledge of Campbell University policies and procedures including Title IX and FERPA guidelines
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Excellent organization and interpersonal skills
- Maintain strict confidentiality as appropriate
- Demonstrate tact, a positive attitude, courtesy and discretion in dealing with university faculty, staff,
students, outside service providers and vendors, officials and opposing team personnel, and the public
- Exercise independent judgement in complex and new situations
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and the Internet
- Working knowledge of up-to-date training methodologies rooted in the movement sciences
- Vast knowledge of strength training and physical conditioning modalities in order to maximize human performance
- Strong understanding and working knowledge of human functional anatomy, biomechanics, exercise physiology and
- Must be able to train and educate groups of collegiate athletes in groups upwards of 20 individuals
- Uphold and abide by all policies, procedures and regulations of Campbell University and the Athletic Department,
including but not limited to; Title IX, HIPAA and FERPA guidelines
To Apply For This Position:
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