Head Coach, Strength and Conditioning/Physical Education (PE) Director
Hood College invites applications for a Head Strength & Conditioning Coach/Physical Education (PE) Director. The Head Strength and Conditioning Coach/Physical Education (PE) Director will facilitate the strength and conditioning programs for all athletic teams, and oversee and refine the College's Health and Wellness area of the undergraduate core curriculum. This position will oversee the PE program, which includes an existing catalog of activity courses, as well as wellness courses. The Coach will be responsible for hiring and assigning adjunct faculty to teach these specialized PE courses, and for working in collaboration with other departments on campus to advance health and wellness initiatives within the College community.
Master's Degree required in sports medicine, physical education, or similar field with experience teaching in and/or leading a physical education program in an academic setting or combination of education and experience. The candidate must have a proven record of successful coaching, with 2-3 years experience preferably at the collegiate level. Knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and regulations preferred. Strength and conditioning certification is required. Strong oral and written communication skills.
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Qualified candidates should submit an electronic application at www.hood.edu/jobs that includes a cover letter, resume, and three references.
If you need assistance with the on-line application process, please email email@example.com or call (301) 696-3592.
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