Under supervision of the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, assist with the development and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for 23 intercollegiate athletic teams. Work with teams as assigned by the head strength and conditioning coach and design sport specific strength and conditioning programs. Work directly with head coaches of assigned teams to ensure that the specific strength and conditioning needs of each team are met. Assist team doctors, trainers, and therapists to design and implement injury prevention and rehabilitation programs
75% STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH •Develop and implement strength and conditioning programs for athletic teams as designated by the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. •Provide direct instruction to student-athletes, as well as providing assessment and documentation tools in order to assure explanation of training techniques. •Work directly with head coaches in the design and implementation of sport specific strength and conditioning programs. •Assist team doctors, trainers, and therapists in the design and implementation of effective injury prevention/modification and rehabilitation. •Teach strength and conditioning strategies that are related to the sport at the collegiate level of competition. •Meet with prospective student-athletes during their official visit to the campus to familiarize them with the UCD strength and conditioning program. •Develop strength and conditioning manuals used by off-term and/or summer student-athletes. •Oversee weight room operations in the absence of the head strength and conditioning coach.
25% MISCEALLANEOUS DUTIES •Assist the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in the daily oversight of the ICA Weight Room
Lift/move weight room equipment weighing up to 150 lbs.
Possess First Aid & CPR certificate or must obtain within 60 days from date of hire.
Work flexible schedule, occasional evenings/nights, varied lunch hours, weekends and holidays.
Knowledge of the rules and safety requirements of strength and conditioning training. This includes, but is not limited to, teaching techniques and safety measures for student-athletes to compete at the collegiate level.
Certification by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) or certification by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA). Must maintain certification.
Knowledge of athletic injury prevention and treatment/modification protocols.
Experience in the field of Strength & Conditioning with student-athletes in a collegiate setting.
Knowledge of and commitment to NCAA rules and regulations.
Master's Degree. 2 or more years of experience in collegiate strength and conditioning.
Experience with college baseball and football.
Internal Number: 12335
About University of California Davis
The University of California, Davis sponsors 25 sports for men and women and is a member of NCAA Division I. A majority of intercollegiate sports compete in the Big West Conference.