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Assistant Athletic Director/Strength & Conditioning: Benedictine High School

Benedictine High School

Cleveland, Ohio

Job Description: Assistant Athletic Director/Strength and Conditioning Position Title: Strength and Conditioning Coach Reports To: Athletic Director Employment Type: Full-Time Location: Benedictine High School, Cleveland, Ohio

Job Summary: We are seeking a motivated and experienced Strength and Conditioning Coach to join our athletic department. The successful candidate will design, implement, and oversee strength and conditioning programs for all athletic teams, promoting physical development, injury prevention, and peak performance. The coach will work closely with other coaches and athletic trainers to ensure athletes achieve their full potential safely and effectively.

Key Responsibilities: 1. Program Development and Implementation • Design and implement comprehensive strength and conditioning programs tailored to each sport and individual athlete's needs. • Monitor and adjust programs based on progress, performance, and feedback. • Incorporate the latest research and methodologies in strength and conditioning to ensure effective and innovative training. 2. Athlete Training and Supervision • Provide hands-on coaching and supervision during training sessions. • Instruct athletes on proper lifting techniques, conditioning drills, and recovery protocols. • Ensure all training activities are conducted safely and effectively, minimizing the risk of injury. 3. Collaboration and Communication • Work closely with head coaches, athletic trainers, and medical staff to integrate strength and conditioning programs with overall team strategies and individual athlete care plans. • Communicate regularly with athletes and coaches regarding progress, goals, and any issues related to strength and conditioning. 4. Education and Motivation • Educate athletes on the importance of strength and conditioning, nutrition, and overall fitness. • Motivate and inspire athletes to achieve their fitness and performance goals. • Promote a positive and disciplined training environment. 5. Facility and Equipment Management • Maintain the strength and conditioning facilities and equipment, ensuring a clean, safe, and organized environment. • Oversee the maintenance and procurement of equipment as necessary. Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, Kinesiology, Sports Medicine, or a related field. Certification: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) or equivalent certification from a recognized organization (e.g., NSCA, NASM).

Experience: Previous experience as a strength and conditioning coach, preferably at the high school or collegiate level. Skills: • Strong knowledge of strength and conditioning principles, techniques, and programming. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. • Ability to motivate and work effectively with young athletes. • Organizational and time management skills. Work Environment: • Must be able to work in a dynamic and physically active environment. • Ability to lift and move equipment as needed. • Flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate training schedules and athletic events.

How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

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