2019-2020 Apprenticeship

deadline 03 September 2019
employer Robert Morris University
type Internship
approved Yes

Robert Morris University is currently seeking ONE qualified apprenticeship candidate for the 2019-2020 academic year. This is an unpaid position HOWEVER chosen candidates will receive financial reimbursement for the CSCCa-SCCC (this includes travel cost, lodging, meal money stipend and any fees associated with conference and exam). Chosen candidate must complete the required hours for the CSCCa - SCCC under the mentorship of Head Strength Coach, Robert Day. The strength and conditioning program will run from August 19, 2019 (Start date flexible) to May 1, 2020. Chosen candidates will be required to work a minimum of 30 hours a week during the fall and spring school semesters. It is acceptable to have a part-time job around working hours to assist with personal finances.

The daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
-Design and implement aspects of strength and conditioning for the Women’s Basketball Program - in conjunction with the Basketball Sports Performance Coach
-Participation in all practices and travel to all games
-Assisting with the supervision and execution of the strength and conditioning program for the football as needed
-Attending to the daily maintenance of the training facilities
Professional development throughout the semester
-Any other tasks assigned by the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach.

Apprentice will be used as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. Apprentice will gain hands on coaching experience in a collegiate setting, education in program design and application, have the potential to earn future recommendations for career opportunities, receive college credit if applicable. The apprenticeship program’s goal is to advance the apprentice’s future in the strength and conditioning profession.

Minimum Qualifications:
-Bachelor’s degree
-First Aid, CPR & AED certified.
-Strong work ethic, punctuality, enthusiasm
-Effective communication skills
-Desire to become a collegiate strength and conditioning coach

Preferred Qualifications:
-Pursuing or have attained a master’s degree in exercise science, kinesiology, exercise physiology or related field
-Previous coaching experience in a collegiate, professional, high school or private sector setting
-Competitive collegiate involvement
-Pursuing or have attained other relevant certifications: USAW, FMS, etc.

It is strongly advised that all potential candidates make sure that this apprenticeship is economically feasible before applying. Individuals chosen for the position are subject to University background checks.

To apply all candidates should send an email labeled “S&C Apprenticeship” with a cover letter, resume, and three professional references in one PDF or Word document attached to Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Robert Day at Review of applicants will begin immediately.