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Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Teach four PEAC/PEPC skills classes per semester

 

  1. PEAC 113 – Variable Resistance Training - .5 credit - The course is a requirement for all ESSS Majors and is a viable option for students fulfilling the PEAC General Education requirement – Multiple sections
  2. PEPC 125 – HFIT Resistance Training - 1 credit - The course is a requirement for all ESSS Majors – multiple sections
  • Submit a detailed, school formatted, syllabus for each skills course assigned to teach.
  • Attend all mandatory meetings/workshops conducted by the Skills Coordinator.
  • Adhere to all Institution and School policies.

 

Secondary Responsibilities: 

  • Teach four PEAC/PEPC skills classes per semester
  • Submit a detailed, school formatted, syllabus for each skills course assigned to teach.
  • Attend all mandatory meetings/workshops conducted by the Skills Coordinator.
  • Submit grades to the Skills Coordinator
  • Adhere to all Institution and School policies.
  • Authorize course overloads
  • Provide student transportation to off campus classes.

Fellowship Required Qualifications

Required Qualifications: 

 

The Strength and Conditioning Specialist must be certified by either the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS) or the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (SCCC).  In addition, the specialist must one additional certification from the following organizations:  USA weightlifting (USAW), Functional Movement Systems (FMS), Precision Nutrition (PN-1) or the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN). 

Hours per week:                     20 hours a week