- Work with the Assistant Director and Program Manager to create, implement, and assess the strategic plan for UM Adaptive Sports & Fitness, specifically focusing on strength and conditioning.
- Develop, deliver, and provide learning opportunities for students and the University community.
- Support the Assistant Director to identify, establish, and steward donor, sponsorship, and partnership opportunities that support the growth of strength and conditioning programming.
- Manage relationships with existing partners internally and externally to support the growth of strength and conditioning (Existing ASF stakeholders include, but are not limited to - Athletics.
- Recreational Sports, Disability Network, Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association, United States Tennis Association, National Wheelchair Basketball Association).
- Manage the procurement of equipment, apparel, goods, and services for the strength and conditioning programming.
- Work with athletics to support program activities; including collaborating with Athletics and their Strength and Conditioning department to access the varsity South Performance Center and Indoor Track Building for programming.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in exercise science, sports administration or other sports/exercise-related field.
- A nationally accredited certification in strength and conditioning by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA); Specifically either the NSCA CSCS and/or the CSCCA SCCC.
- 1 or more years of relevant experience with the primary job responsibility of S&C Coach.
- Current certifications in CPR, First Aid, and AED.
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