The Assistant Strength Coach is responsible for assisting in enhancing the physical and mental development of student-athletes through established training programs that intensify the physical strength and cardiovascular conditioning of the student-athlete.
- Assists the Director of Olympic Strength & Conditioning in the implementation of the strength and conditioning program for varsity athletes.
- Designs and implements year-round strength and conditioning programs for Olympic sports and any other sports as assigned by the Director of Olympic Strength & Conditioning.
- Assists head strength coach with the continuing education of all student-athletes in the areas of nutrition, supplementation, and ergogenic aids.
- Assists team athletic trainer/physical therapist with rehabilitative programs.
- Assists with the maintenance of all equipment and the enforcement of all rules and regulations.
- Assists in the testing and evaluation of all student-athletes and maintains appropriate records.
- Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field.
- Master’s degree preferred.
- Certification through a nationally accredited strength and conditioning certification program is required (i.e., CSCS and/or CSCCa).
- CPR certification through a nationally recognized organization.