The Major League Strength & Conditioning Coach will serve as part of a comprehensive team in a high-performance professional baseball setting. This position is responsible for the supervision of the Strength & Conditioning (S&C) program for the Los Angeles Angels major league team and its athletes.
- Perform the duties of a Major League Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in all things related to the strength and conditioning department.
- Collaborate with athletic training, physical therapy, and nutrition, collectively known as the Sport Performance Team, to provide the highest industry standard of care to athletes.
- Oversee the minor league strength and conditioning coordinators and affiliate strength and conditioning coaches.
- Assist with the collection of athlete related information and data.
- Educate athletes on proper and innovative training and recovery methods to ensure peak performance throughout the calendar year.
- Develop and maintain current, comprehensive strength and conditioning programs for all Major League Baseball (MLB) players; both in-season and off-season.
- Collaborate with field staff to maximize player performance.
- Perform and review movement assessments; adjust player programs as necessary, to provide highest level of care to athletes.
- A minimum of five (5) years of relevant work experience at the professional, collegiate, or equivalent level.
- Current licenses and certifications –CSCS, RSCC, or equivalent.
- Must be eligible for all federal and/or state licenses required to practice.
- Demonstrates through actions & interactions a commitment to the Los Angeles Angels championship season and beyond.
- Must be a committed professional with strong collaborative focus.
- Exhibit outstanding teaching, communication, and motivational skills.
- Ability to relate to athletes and generate program buy-in.
- Shall demonstrate the ability to be innovative and proactive in promoting new ideas and concepts.
- Must be committed to continual learning and education.
- Shall possess strong decision-making ability, knowing when to make a unilateral decision and when to consult with the Sport Performance Team or superiors, and how to involve them in the process.