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Lacrosse Director for Boys Resident Summer Camp! | Camp Wayne for Boys

6 hours 11 min ago
Preston Park, Pennsylvania, We are looking for a Lacrosse Director to run our daily lacrosse instruction program at Camp Wayne! The Lacrosse Director will plan for and supervise daily, quality instruction for our campers ages 6-16, as well as manage sports leagues and intercamp play. We are looking for someone whose love of the game will be paramount in their approach to the program, with a fun and positive attitude brought to the fields every day. The Lacrosse Director will also manage a staff of approximately four specialty counselors assigned to the program, and report to our Athletics Director. We are looking for strong applicants with prior lacrosse instruction/coaching experience for boys lacrosse. This is a temporary summer live-in role at our overnight camp in Preston Park, PA. Salary range: $800 - $1000 per week We are looking for applicants with 5+ years of teaching/coaching experience. Applicants must be willing to relocate to Preston Park, PA for the duration of our program (end of June through mid August.)  Salary commensurate with experience.

University of Pennsylvania - T. Gibbs Kane, Jr. W'69 Director of Athletics and Recreation | Parker Executive Search

8 hours 5 min ago
Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania T. Gibbs Kane, Jr. W'69 Director of Athletics and Recreation About The University of Pennsylvania: The University of Pennsylvania (Penn) is a private research University located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is one of the eight Ivy League Universities and one of the nine original Colonial Colleges. Penn is also one of fourteen founding members of the Association of American Universities. Benjamin Franklin, Penn's founder, advocated an educational program that focused as much on practical education for commerce and public service as on the classics and theology. Penn was one of the first academic institutions to follow a multidisciplinary model pioneered by European universities, concentrating multiple "faculties" (e.g., theology, classics, medicine) into one institution. It has also been home to numerous other educational innovations. The first school of medicine in North America (1765), the first collegiate business school (1881) and the first student union (1896) were all born at Penn. Penn offers a broad range of academic departments, an extensive research enterprise and a number of community outreach and public service programs, with twelve diverse schools and dozens of interdisciplinary centers, institutes, and graduate groups on one contiguous campus. Penn’s undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs are among the most selective in the country. One of Penn's best-known academic qualities is its emphasis on interdisciplinary education, which it promotes through numerous joint degree programs, multi-school research centers and professorships. All of Penn's schools exhibit very high research activity. Penn is consistently included among the top five research universities in the United States, and among the top research universities in the world, for both quality and quantity of research. About the Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics (DRIA): The University of Pennsylvania’s Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics (DRIA) is dedicated to developing true scholar-athletes and provides intercollegiate and recreational opportunities that enrich the Penn student experience, and makes athletic facilities and activities available to the entire campus community. Whether one participates in Campus Recreation, Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, Wellness tion and socialization between groups and individuals, enhancing physical fitness, and fostering a spirit of fair play and sportsmanship. As a member of the Ivy League, its teams regularly compete for top conference and national honors; many of the 33 varsity teams and 38 club programs have national reputations and followings. In recent years, DRIA has continued to strive for excellence both on and off the field of play. In the last seven years, Penn teams have won 27 Ivy League or conference championships in 16 different sports, three individual national titles, and three national runner-up team finishes. In addition, Penn has had 133 All-Americans, 226 individual NCAA Championship qualifiers, 21 Coaches of the Year, 31 Ivy League Players of the Year, 119 Ivy League individual champions, 256 first-team All-Ivy selections and a Rhodes Scholar. DRIA is distinctive in its firm commitment to the highest academic achievement alongside top-tier competitive excellence. Significantly, Penn’s NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) consistently ranks among the best in the nation. Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement: The University of Pennsylvania is dedicated to providing a wide array of athletic opportunities, on both the intercollegiate and recreational levels, to enhance and enrich the educational experience of our students and provide recreational and fitness facilities and activities for the entire University community. Penn Athletics and Recreation is committed to conducting a program consistent with the educational purposes of the University of Pennsylvania and the principles of the Ivy League, ECAC and NCAA. We encourage the highest standards of competition for our intercollegiate teams, foster the individual balance between the academic and athletic experience, and promote a shared experience with the University community, alumni and friends that helps form the foundation of a lifelong relationship between the individual and the University. T. Gibbs Kane, Jr. W'69 Director of Athletics and Recreation: The Director of Athletics and Recreation provides the leadership of and direction to programs and services in athletics and recreation that support a campus-wide program consistent with the academic mission of the University. The Director of Athletics and Recreation is responsible for strategic planning, fiscal management, and oversight of personnel, facilities and operations. The Director of Athletics and Recreation supervises a NCAA Division I program consisting of 33 varsity teams, assuring that all programs comply fully with institutional, Ivy League and NCAA guidelines. Duties t all levels. •Manage the athletics and recreational sports programs that report to the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation and provide direction by setting goals, stimulating program development, allocating resources, assessing student and other institutional needs, developing appropriate policies, fostering open communication with and among campus constituencies, promoting relevant evaluation methodologies, and participating in decision making processes. •Build and maintain relationships with the Ivy League and the NCAA Division I, and participate actively in league and conference meetings and activities. •Collaborate with the Office of Student Affairs and the Office of General Counsel to ensure that the Athletics Department and varsity athletes are compliant with Penn’s policies, procedures, and code of conduct and with state and federal laws and Title IX regulations. •Establish and maintain effective working relationships and communications with faculty, administrators, staff, student body, student government associations, alumni, friends, and the local community regarding athletics and recreation at the University of Pennsylvania. •Recognize that students must find a balance between academic success in a rigorous academic setting and athletic endeavors, while working with faculty/staff both inside and outside the department to support this commitment and the full intellectual growth, social development, and health and wellbeing of all Penn students. •Possess astute awareness and sensitivity that allows one to understand their individual and collective role in creating inclusive environments and incorporates a perspective of Social Justice in their work including but not limited to; identification and removal of barriers, facilitation of learning, cultivation of community, and empowerment of people as it relates to fostering student development and well-being in order to increase retention, academic progress and graduation rates, and advancing cultural competency. •Actively contribute to university committees and campus discussions on a variety of student and institutional issues. •Support the professional development of the administrative and coaching staffs, promote their accomplishments, and establish positive morale and relationships. •Work closely with student government leaders, student-athletes, and the student body, consulting with them regularly to ensure that athletic and recreation programs meet the needs of various constituencies. •Supervise all athletic staff; recruit, retain, develop and evaluate talented coaches and other Athletics Department staff, and cultivate an environment of professional development and continuous improvement for staff. •Lead the development of Athletics and Recreation fundraising goals and work closely with Development and Alumni Relations to develop fundraising goals and strategies to meet strategic needs and work with alumni, parents and friends of the University to increase financial support for Penn’s athletic and recreation programs. Meet with donors and prospective donors as part of ongoing fundraising activities. •Oversee the administration of the intercollegiate athletics program while maintaining accountability for its design, operation and evaluation, ensuring compliance with institutional, Ivy League and NCAA guidelines and requirements. •Oversee the administration of hosted events, including the Penn Relay Carnival, with responsibilities to include management of event directors and staff and maintenance of relationships with event partners and affiliates. •A highly visible, University citizen able to work collaboratively with colleagues and units across the campus to ensure that the University of Pennsylvania’s athletics program, including but not limited to Campus Recreation, Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, Wellness & Fitness programs, supports the full intellectual growth, social development, and health and wellbeing of all Penn students. •Proven ability to select, recruit, motivate, inspire, mentor, and retain high performing individuals, with an emphasis on racial and gender equity and advocacy for minority and underrepresented groups (e.g., coaches and senior staff) to continuously cultivate an environment of professional development and continuous improvement for staff. •Possess high political and business acumen with the ability to navigate and manage the evolving landscape of collegiate athletics and the role it plays within higher education and the overall student experience. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred The successful candidate will have a demonstrated record of administrative leadership and accomplishment, of progressively responsible collegiate athletic administrative experience. Leadership with the highest ethical and moral standards Demonstrated commitment to a program of academic and athletic excellence Demonstrated experience in donor development and fundraising Significant experience in strategic and financial planning Possess a commitment to diversity and to the development of an inclusive campus culture Record of fostering excellence in student development as well as athletic affairs Ability to foster collaboration and productive partnerships with a broad range of constituencies, both inside and outside the institution Coaching and teaching experience is highly desirable

Strength Training Coach | Strength Society

Sat, 2021-04-10 12:15
Chicago, Illinois, Strength Society in downtown Chicago is looking for driven, educated individuals looking to grow their careers with a one-of-a-kind personal training company. New hires will learn the Strength Society methodology of training, which is based on principles followed in the strength room at University of Michigan Football. If you like other teams, we will still like you. The Company Strength Society provides an intense, safe and productive environment for clients seeking one-on-one strength coaching. We use unique and optimal equipment and a specific training style with our clients to achieve their strength goals. We cater to busy professionals who are looking to work hard and get maximum results with short workouts. The Position Our strength coaches provide 30 minute one-on-one coaching through our strength training program. We are looking for career-oriented individuals who want to make a name for themselves in the industry, learn all aspects of running a fitness business and grow into a leadership role with the opportunity to be a stakeholder as we continue to grow and open more locations. Qualifications Undergraduate degree in exercise science or related field. Experience in intercollegiate strength and conditioning as an athlete is a bonus. Willingness to run our exercise programs and positively contribute to our team. New hires must be available to work on one weekend day and should not be concurrently employed elsewhere in the city doing one-on-one personal training. Preferred personal qualities - Outgoing, friendly, curious, enthusiastic, and emotionally intelligent - Strength and fitness must play a big role in your life already - Ability to think on your feet in a fast-paced environment - Eager to grow as a professional in all aspects of the business - Motivated to help us grow the brand - Service oriented and excited to go above and beyond for our clients - Humble and willing to do tasks that aren’t glamorous, but that contribute to our success - Goal oriented with long-term vision - Hustler

Assistant Women's Lightweight Rowing Coach | University of Wisconsin - Madison

Sat, 2021-04-10 10:43
Madison, Wisconsin, Under the direct supervision of the Women’s Rowing Assistant Coach-Lightweight Head Coach and the general supervision of the Women’s Rowing Head Coach, act as an Assistant Coach for the women’s lightweight rowing program. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to: * Teaching and instructing in the fundamentals of rowing (sport mechanics, techniques, strategy); * Developing, implementing and evaluating on and off-water training plans; * Recruiting; * Assisting with travel, compliance, budget and other administrative functions; * Promoting lightweight rowing through social media and other outreach activities; and *Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required.  A minimum of four (4) years of experience as a rowing athlete and/or coach in a competitive rowing program is required with preference for intercollegiate experience. The ability to work cooperatively with diverse groups and coaches, administrators, faculty, staff and students.  The ability to develop and implement innovative approaches and solutions. Flexibility in accepting new responsibilities. Conditions of Appointment:  This is a Limited appointment on an annual 12-month contract. This position requires occasional night and weekend work as well as travel. Salary will be assigned within the appropriate range, commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience. An excellent benefits package is also included. Successful applicants are responsible for ensuring their eligibility to work in the United States (i.e. a citizen or national of the United States, a lawful permanent resident, a foreign national authorized to work in the United States without need of employer sponsorship) on or before the effective date of appointment. To ensure consideration, complete applications must be received by 11:55 p.m. CDT, on the assured consideration date. To apply, please complete the online application here: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/cw/en-us/job/508838/assistant-womens-lightweight-rowing-coach  and attach a cover letter referencing your qualifications and experience, a comprehensive resume as well as the current contact information for three professional references. All application materials will be reviewed by our search committee after the posted deadline. Applicants selected to participate further in the selection process will be notified directly. All applicants will be notified once a final selection has been made and the search has been completed.   NOTE: Unless confidentiality is requested in your online application, information regarding the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality. Special Note: UW-Madison conducts criminal background checks for final candidate(s). UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Assistant Athletic Director for Human Resources | Northwestern University

Fri, 2021-04-09 18:30
Evanston, Illinois, Reporting to the Deputy Director of Athletics (Internal Affairs), the Assistant Athletic Director for Human Resources will manage all aspects of the employee life cycle for 225+ full-time staff and high volume of temporary staff, interns and volunteers in a fast-paced and growing Human Resources function. This position serves as the primary point of contact for all payroll, compensation, recruiting, benefits, and workplace inquiries. Inherent in the position is executing key processes and transactions related to the employee life cycle. Please note: Willingness and ability to work mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Responsible for adhering to all Department and University policies and procedures, as well as the rules, regulations, bylaws and interpretations of the Big Ten Conference and the NCAA. Specific Responsibilities: Human Resources Manage the hiring processes including coordinating the position management process and review of job descriptions; facilitate posting and recruitment of positions through Central HR and the NCAA, Big Ten and other national employment advertising venues; running search committees, conducting interviews and participating in job offer processes. Coordinate the onboarding of all new staff through University and departmental orientation programs. Coordinate off boarding, process, and conduct exit interviews. Provide consultation on departmental compensation matters. In coordination with the Deputy Director of Athletics (Internal Affairs), manage $30+ million compensation budget. Conduct tracking, compiling, and reporting of HR data for annual EADA report and department audit. Responsible for managing the annual merit increase process to align to available budget; coordinates annual merit/salary planning process with unit managers; prepares merit letters and annual contracts. Serve as employee relations consultant for Athletics & Recreation and serve as department liaison and Athletics & Recreation representative to central Human Resource Services. Consult with supervisors on trends, needs, and strengths of their areas to identify employee skills, training, and behavioral expectations required to develop and retain exceptional staff. Facilitate the resolution of workplace conflicts through the use of all forms of alternative dispute resolution among supervisors and employees. Recommend appropriate proactive measures to directors, supervisors and employees. Advise department on alternative dispute resolution proceedings Administer annual Performance Excellence process to ensure proper performance expectation and evaluation processes are conducted Advise supervisors and coaches on setting expectations for employees, performance feedback, performance management, and termination procedures as warranted. Oversees hiring and termination activities for 210+ temporary workforce and 100+ unpaid volunteers and interns; ensures compliance with USCIS Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification; handles payroll activities; ensures timecards are completed and approved by established deadlines. Provides direction to staff on issues related to payroll, compensation, recruiting, benefits, and other workplace inquiries. Prepares and submits payroll paperwork including salary adjustments, additional payment requests including those per employment contracts, semi-annual mileage reporting and non-cash compensation benefits. Develop and implement programs that enhance department culture and employee engagement, including department events, professional development series, etc. Oversees annual staff Conflict of Interest disclosure and Outside Income reporting. Communicates central HR policies and procedures, development, and training initiatives to employees; in collaboration with the leadership team and managers, develops and implements NUDAR policies and procedures. Maintains personnel files, department organizational chart, staff lists and directories Strategic Planning Works in cooperation with members of the leadership team to analyze and prioritize challenges facing the unit; partners with Office of Human Resources to develop innovation solutions to support the unit’s strategies Miscellaneous Provide back-up support to Deputy Director of Athletics (Internal Affairs) on miscellaneous tasks, as needed Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Successful complete of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor’s or higher degree; OR appropriate combination of education and experience. Five or more years of experience in administration, with at least 3 years in a human resources role. Successful completion of a full course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a master’s or higher degree in human resources or higher education administration. Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities.) Strong computer skills, including advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office suite.  Outstanding attention to detail Collaborative work style Effective problem-solving skills Business acumen that includes general operational processes and planning Strong capability to partner and build credibility with management. Previous experience working in higher education administration or closely related field. Previous exposure to university athletic programs Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach | Montana State University Billings

Fri, 2021-04-09 17:50
Billings, Montana, The Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach reports to the Athletic Director and is responsible for planning and administering all aspects of the men’s and women’s varsity golf program, under the direction of the Athletic Director, including: • Recruiting qualified student-athletes • Coaching the team during scheduled practices and games • Making schedule recommendations to the Athletic Director • Maintaining responsibility for expense control compliance with all golf program expenditures • Mentoring student-athletes in their academic performance to assure timely progress toward degree completion • Directing the golf programs within the NCAA’s rules and regulations • Developing strategies to motivate maximum level of individual and team athletic performance and appropriate personal and social conduct • Planning team travel arrangements in conjunction with the Athletic Director • Promoting the athletic program both on-campus and off-campus • Fund-raising within the community, coordinated with the Athletic Director • Planning and conducting summer camps and/or clinics • Actively participating in campus programs • Fulfilling other related duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Athletic Director • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university • Proven coaching ability • Ability to recruit qualified student-athletes and to facilitate timely progress toward graduation • Effective oral and written communication skills • Thorough knowledge of  NCAA  Division II rules and regulations • Sound human relations skills in dealing with student-athletes, university personnel, and members of the off-campus community • Ability to operate the golf programs within budget parameters • Ability to raise funds within the community   Preferred Qualifications – Experience, Education, Knowledge & Skills • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university

Head Women's Basketball Coach | St. Mary's College of Maryland

Fri, 2021-04-09 16:17
St. Mary's City, Maryland, St. Mary’s College of Maryland at Historic St. Mary’s City is accepting résumés for the 11-month position of Head Women's Basketball Coach. Responsible for managing all phases of a highly competitive NCAA Division III Women's Basketball program which includes recruitment of qualified student-athletes; scheduling of contests; administration, organization, and evaluation of all aspects of the program; and adherence to all NCAA Division III, conference, and institutional policies and procedures. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required and knowledge of NCAA and Conference rules and regulations.  Experience in collegiate coaching is preferred.  Must possess a valid driver’s license, ability to travel required, and ability to lift approximately 30 pounds. Any combination of acceptable education and experience, which has provided the necessary knowledge and skills to fulfill the requirements of this position, may be considered.  Employment will be contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background check.  St. Mary’s College ( www.smcm.edu ) embodies diversity and inclusion in its mission.  We create an environment that recognizes the value of individual and group differences and we encourage inquiries from applicants who will contribute to our cultural and ethnic diversity.  Application materials should include a cover letter, résumé (including e-mail address), statement of how the applicant’s employment at the College will contribute to a culture of inclusion and campus diversity, and three references and submitted online at: apply.interfolio.com/86336 .  Questions may be directed to Jim Cranmer at wjcranmer@smcm.edu . Review of résumés will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  St. Mary’s College of Maryland is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Visit our website: www.smcm.edu/hr

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach | Northwestern University

Fri, 2021-04-09 16:08
Evanston, Illinois, The Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach reports to the Head Men’s Basketball Coach and assists the Head Coach in the coaching and training of the Men’s Basketball Team. This position is a full-time appointment, renewable on a contract basis, May 1 through April 30. Please note: Willingness and ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Travel required. Responsible for adhering to all Department and University policies and procedures, as well as the rules, regulations, bylaws and interpretations of the Big Ten Conference and the NCAA. Specific Responsibilities: Coaching Assist the head coach in the coaching and training of the Northwestern Men’s Basketball team; developing and conducting all in-season and out-of-season sessions throughout the year as deemed necessary and appropriate. Aid in the psychological preparation of team in both pre-game and post-game; and for developing motivational approach to practice and games. Develop comprehensive knowledge of men’s basketball in decision-making, delegating authority and in setting and meeting objectives. Administrative Must be fully knowledgeable and adhere to all rules and regulations of the NCAA, Big Ten Conference (as applicable) and Northwestern University as amended from time to time. Work with appropriate NUDAR staff in preparing for all home basketball games. Cooperate with the Athletic Communications department and the Marketing department in publicizing and marketing Northwestern Basketball. Models nondiscriminatory practices throughout all aspects of the men’s basketball program. Recruiting Assist the head coach in the recruitment of top student-athletes, commensurate with the admissions qualifications of Northwestern University who are capable of successfully competing at the Big Ten level. Maintains good relations with the parents of prospective and current student-athletes as well as with Northwestern Alumni. Alumni Relations, Public Relations and Development Maintains sound alumni relations. Promotes and participates in various alumni events. Assist Athletic Development staff in fund-raising efforts on behalf of the Department and the University. Responsible for maintaining good public relations with the public news media and working with the Athletic Communications department in promoting Northwestern University. Maintain amicable public relations with faculty, staff, students and media of the University, friends, alumni support groups and secondary school coaches. Miscellaneous Report to the Head Coach and faithfully and diligently carry out other Department related duties as assigned. Demonstrate a cooperative attitude towards all sports in the Intercollegiate and Recreational programs. Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher degree; OR appropriate combination of education and experience. Minimum 5 years’ experience coaching at the intercollegiate, international, or professional   level Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities.) Demonstrated commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity. Communicates effectively in one-to-one, in small groups and in public speaking contexts; writes precise, well-organized emails, letters and proposals while using appropriate vocabulary and grammar. Knowledge of rules and regulations of the NCAA, Big Ten Conference and Northwestern University Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

Personal Trainer NCAA Exclusive - San Francisco - Equinox Fitness Club | Equinox Fitness Clubs

Fri, 2021-04-09 15:53
San Francisco, California, What makes Personal Training with Equinox stand out? Equinox is proudly recognized as the industry leader in Personal Training expertise, with the first in-house education of its kind through the Equinox Fitness Training Institute. For over twenty years EFTI has elevated our trainers to design comprehensive client fitness programs that are safe, effective and results driven. We are dedicated to the professional performance of our team and compensate our trainers for their education time. Equinox offers the highest compensation structure in the industry, with an earning potential of $100K+. In addition, Equinox offers all trainers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental and retirement planning options. Description Equinox is seeking talented individuals interested in joining our Personal Training team at our Equinox clubs in San Francisco. This is an exclusive opportunity for Certified Personal Trainers and Kinesiology and Exercise Science students/graduates to explore a Personal Trainer career with our company.  Spend time speaking with a Personal Training Recruiter about our world-renowned Equinox Fitness Training Institute (EFTI), accelerated career-growth opportunities, and why a Personal Training career at Equinox is as unlimited as your passion! Who Should Apply: Experienced Certified Personal Trainers Recent College Graduates (Kinesiology, Exercise Science, Etc)   Former or Current Fitness Leaders What to Expect: Once you apply, a Personal Training Recruiter will reach out to discuss what the personal training position entails, what opportunities may exist, and how to move forward with the formal interview process. Required Qualifications Current nationally recognized Personal Training certification, Bachelors, or Masters degree in field Eligible for opportunities to start at a higher Tier level based on experience and education. Minimum of 6 months personal training experience CPR/AED certification  Preferred Qualifications Ability to work 35-40 hours per week, including weekends Possess passion, ambition, drive, and knowledge regarding the fitness industry  High school diploma/GED required or equivalent work experience Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excel in time management, organizational and follow-up skills Computer literate tech savvy, energetic, and friendly AS A MEMBER OF THE EQUINOX TEAM YOU WILL RECEIVE: Access to the most cutting-edge equipment in the fitness industry Competitive Compensation Medical, Vision and Dental coverage 401K plan Complimentary club membership Discounts on Equinox products and services Earning potential of 100k+

Personal Trainer NCAA Exclusive - Los Angeles - Equinox Fitness Club | Equinox Fitness Clubs

Fri, 2021-04-09 15:49
Los Angeles, California, What makes Personal Training with Equinox stand out? Equinox is proudly recognized as the industry leader in Personal Training expertise, with the first in-house education of its kind through the Equinox Fitness Training Institute. For over twenty years EFTI has elevated our trainers to design comprehensive client fitness programs that are safe, effective and results driven. We are dedicated to the professional performance of our team and compensate our trainers for their education time. Equinox offers the highest compensation structure in the industry, with an earning potential of $100K+. In addition, Equinox offers all trainers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental and retirement planning options. Description Equinox is seeking talented individuals interested in joining our Personal Training team at our Equinox clubs in Los Angeles . This is an exclusive opportunity for Certified Personal Trainers and Kinesiology and Exercise Science students/graduates to explore a Personal Trainer career with our company.  Spend time speaking with a Personal Training Recruiter about our world-renowned Equinox Fitness Training Institute (EFTI), accelerated career-growth opportunities, and why a Personal Training career at Equinox is as unlimited as your passion! Who Should Apply: Experienced Certified Personal Trainers Recent College Graduates (Kinesiology, Exercise Science, Etc)   Former or Current Fitness Leaders What to Expect: Once you apply, a Personal Training Recruiter will reach out to discuss what the personal training position entails, what opportunities may exist, and how to move forward with the formal interview process. Required Qualifications Current nationally recognized Personal Training certification, Bachelors, or Masters degree in field Eligible for opportunities to start at a higher Tier level based on experience and education. Minimum of 6 months personal training experience CPR/AED certification  Preferred Qualifications Ability to work 35-40 hours per week, including weekends Possess passion, ambition, drive, and knowledge regarding the fitness industry  High school diploma/GED required or equivalent work experience Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excel in time management, organizational and follow-up skills Computer literate tech savvy, energetic, and friendly AS A MEMBER OF THE EQUINOX TEAM YOU WILL RECEIVE: Access to the most cutting-edge equipment in the fitness industry Competitive Compensation Medical, Vision and Dental coverage 401K plan Complimentary club membership Discounts on Equinox products and services Earning potential of 100k+

Graphic Designer | Mississippi State University

Fri, 2021-04-09 15:08
Starkville, Mississippi, The principal purpose of this position is to provide assistance in creative direction, graphic design, illustration, and print production for design projects produced by the Department of Athletics. The major objective of this position is to assist in successfully meeting the design needs of the Department by creating professional, high quality graphics, within the requested budget and deadline. 1.Assist the Director of Creative Design in the production of design and implementation of the brand and creative direction on assigned projects for the Athletic Department. 2.Create digital content for assigned sports, i.e., season graphics package, stat graphics, marketing material, posters, wallpapers, animations, media guide covers, etc. 3.Assist in digital design production for the Athletic Department’s website (hailstate.com), social media channels for assigned sports, and digital marketing emails and web ads. 4.Collaborate with Hail State Video Productions on design for video board assets, animation assets, and design assets used in video. 5.Collaborate with communication team members to achieve consistency in creative direction and design of external publications for departments. This also includes working effectively with different sports to translate their vision or need into an appropriate design that meets their marketing goal. 6.Assist in the organization and implementation of all phases of the design production process. Such tasks include creating production schedules, art direction and design, photography coordination and styling, print coordination, pre-press production, four-color proofing, and on-press supervision or press checks. 7.Design and produce high-quality marketing pieces that communicate a strategic department and university message to a broad audience in many different media formats (such as logos, stationary, brochures, print ads, posters, newsletters, mailers, e-mail campaigns). 8.Foster an innovative and creative environment that is responsive to our Department and University needs while ensuring that brand identity standards and brand personality are reflected in all Department external communications. 9.Successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously, while meeting project deadlines. 10.Perform related duties as assigned. Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts or Graphic Design, with one (1) year of experience in related field as a Graduate Assistant or Intern in an athletic department.

Head Coach - Men's Soccer | Dallas Baptist University

Fri, 2021-04-09 14:36
Dallas, Texas, General Objectives The Men’s Soccer Head Coach will provide leadership, mentorship, instruction, motivation, and support to the men’s soccer program. The goal and objective of DBU Athletics is to develop Champions for Christ, both on and off the playing surface. The four pillars of the DBU Department of Athletics include academic excellence, athletic success, community engagement, and spiritual development Responsibilities Perform job duties in accordance with DBU’s vision, mission, and values, and in a way that contributes to the advancement of the Athletics Department. Administer a highly competitive program to include organizing, supervising, and maintaining a schedule of practices and events, coordinating physical conditioning programs with the DBU Athletic Performance staff and instructing student-athletes in strategies and performance principles. Provide discipleship to the team and all assistant coaches through weekly team discipleship meetings. Support the individual academic goals of student-athletes and provide opportunities for academic assistance to student-athletes if required, monitoring the academic progress of each participating student-athlete. Maintain the integrity of the athletic program through knowledge and application of NCAA rules and regulations. Demonstrate a working knowledge of NCAA rules. Inform and educate student-athletes of all appropriate NCAA eligibility rules. Manage operations and scholarship budgets for the program. Recruit and retain qualified student-athletes for varsity program. Be active in all department-wide fund raising and related professional activities. Be supportive of all athletic teams and other athletic department personnel. Hold membership in appropriate national associations and be active in related professional activities. Practice superior customer service. Fulfill additional responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Athletics and the Men’s Soccer sport administrator. Requirements Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution. Master’s degree preferred.  Coaching experience at the collegiate level preferred.

Men's Basketball Head Coach/Athletic Specialist | MVCC

Fri, 2021-04-09 13:50
Utica, New York, The Men's Basketball Head Coach/Athletic Specialist reports to the Dean of Athletics. This individual will be expected to demonstrate the ability to coach in a highly competitive intercollegiate athletic program in addition to a specified set of related athletic responsibilities. This position has a ten month professional obligation. For all areas, understanding the mission of a comprehensive community college, community college teaching experience, knowledge of assessment strategies for student learning outcomes, capability with instructional technology, interest in teaching online courses, good communication skills, and ability to work effectively with students preferred. Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two (2) years coaching experience required. Valid driver license at the time of and duration of appointment, ability to travel, and work a flexible schedule is required.  Master’s degree and college coaching experience preferred. 

Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration | Bradley University

Fri, 2021-04-09 13:44
61625, Illinois, The Department of Athletics is seeking a highly motivated, organized and dedicated professional for the position of Sr. Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration. Bradley University is a top-ranked, private university in Peoria, Illinois, offering 5,400 undergraduate and graduate students the opportunities, choices and resources of a larger university and the personal attention and exceptional learning experience of a smaller university. Bradley offers a comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduate academic programs in business, communications, education, engineering, fine arts, health sciences, liberal arts and sciences, and technology. The University is located on an 85-acre campus in the largest metropolitan area in central Illinois This full-time, twelve-month position is responsible for all processes, procedures and systems necessary to comply with NCAA and Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) rules and regulations for 15 NCAA Division I men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports, sixty staff members and 200+ student- athletes.  In addition, this position serves as a primary contact with undergraduate admissions, financial aid and registrar’s offices.  The position is part of the department’s executive and senior staff and, as such, the successful candidate must have the capacity to contribute to the overall operation and decision making of the department.  In addition, this role must have working knowledge of the following: Develop and direct a comprehensive program for educating, monitoring, reporting and complying with all NCAA, Conference, and University rules and regulations as they relate to intercollegiate athletics. Research and report NCAA rules interpretations to University and Department staff Communication with boosters and other outside constituents. Act as liaison to the NCAA and conference. Attend NCAA and conference compliance meetings and seminars as required Attend periodic NCAA and conference teleconferences. Track and report NCAA rules interpretations and proposals Develop rapport with conference compliance personnel. NCAA Eligibility Center Act as liaison to the registrar and financial aid offices. Student-Athlete initial eligibility Assist with Incoming Transfers and Student-Athlete continuing eligibility Review NCAA Squad list for compliance with NCAA Assist with administration of summer, interim, and 5 th -year aid Work closely with the faculty athletics representative in certification of eligibility and rules compliance issues. Assist with annual coach’s certification of compliance exam Review NCAA legislation NCAA self-report process. Analyzes and recommends necessary changes to departmental policies and procedures including recommendations to increase overall effectiveness of the University compliance program. NCAA and conference related responsibilities. NCAA annual reporting (Sports sponsorship and demographics & Student-athlete assistance fund) Annual conference reports. This position may take on the role as a sport administrator as assigned by the Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Serve on Department, University, Conference and NCAA committees as assigned Other duties as assigned including tournament director, event/site coordinator and case-by-case assignments by the Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics. Duties beyond compliance will be expanded and evolve depending on the successful candidate’s skills and mastery of Bradley’s compliance operation.  Occasional travel and event coverage may be necessary.  Individual must also be able to work effectively with a culturally diverse community.  Bachelor’s degree required; minimum of two years of experience in NCAA compliance or equivalent desired, preferably at the NCAA Division I level; comprehensive understanding and knowledge of NCAA rules, regulations, processes, interpretations, appeals and governance structure desired; knowledge of NCAA technological processes such as CAi and LSDBi preferred; proven ability to relate well to coaches, student-athletes and other constituency groups required; excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to multitask and organizational abilities with high attention to detail required; creative problem solving skills required; ability to work as a member of a team required; through research skills required; proficiency in areas of initial, continuing, and transfer eligibility and financial aid preferred; proficiency in playing and practice seasons and recruiting preferred; strong interpersonal skills to interact effectively and tactfully with individuals at all levels required; a willingness to promote and uphold the mission and core values of Bradley Athletics required.   To ensure full consideration qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, current resume and complete contact information for three professional references to kbothast@bradley.edu with the subject line: Sr. Assoc AD for Compliance and Administration.  A confidential review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.    Employment with Bradley University is contingent upon satisfactory completion of a criminal background check. Bradley University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  The administration, faculty and staff are committed to attracting qualified candidates from underrepresented groups.

Graduate Assistant- Athletic Communications and Video Production | Saint Francis University

Fri, 2021-04-09 13:23
Loretto, Pennsylvania, Search Status: Application material received by May 7, 2021 will receive primary consideration. Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Saint Francis University, a member of the NCAA Division I competing in the Northeast Conference, invites applications for six positions of Graduate Assistant for Athletic Communications and Video Production. The Graduate Assistants for Athletic Communications and Video Production are directly responsible to the Director of Communications and Athletics Multimedia Service Coordinator. The Graduate Assistants will gain firsthand experience working within a collegiate Division I Athletic Communications office at Saint Francis University. The candidates must have a commitment to adhering to all rules and regulations of Saint Francis University, the Northeast Conference, and the NCAA. In addition, the candidates must understand and actively support the mission of the Department of Athletics and Saint Francis University. Bachelor’s degree required in Communications, Journalism, Broadcasting, TV Production, or related field.  Previous experience in athletic communications, operating a camera under various conditions, operating a camera in a live event environment, digital video editing, Adobe Suite and other editing applications, and a basic knowledge of sports productions is preferred.    Compensation for position is tuition remission in a Saint Francis University master's degree program.  Candidates must be admitted into a master’s program at Saint Francis University in order to qualify for positions.    Apply online at http://www.francis.edu/employment then submit a letter of application, resume, writing samples, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to:  positions@francis.edu. Applications accepted until positions is filled.  Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff, and faculty; and encourages applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons

Graduate Assistant- Men's and Women's Tennis | Saint Francis University

Fri, 2021-04-09 13:20
Loretto, Pennsylvania, Search Status: Application material received by May 7, 2021 will receive primary consideration. Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Saint Francis University, a member of the NCAA Division I competing in the Northeast Conference, invites applications for the position of Graduate Assistant Coach- Men’s and Women’s Tennis. The Graduate Assistant Coach is directly responsible to the Head Coach to assist during practice and competition. The candidates must have a commitment to adhering to all rules and regulations of Saint Francis University, the Northeast Conference, and the NCAA. In addition, the candidates must understand and actively support the mission of the Department of Athletics and Saint Francis University. Bachelor’s degree required. Intercollegiate competitive or coaching experience in tennis required.  Division I experience preferred. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills are essential.    Compensation for position is tuition remission in a Saint Francis University master's degree program, plus a stipend.  Candidates must be admitted into a master’s program at Saint Francis University in order to qualify for positions.    Apply online at http://www.francis.edu/employment then submit a letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to:  positions@francis.edu. Applications accepted until positions is filled.  Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff, and faculty; and encourages applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons

Graduate Assistant- Men's and Women's Track & Field | Saint Francis University

Fri, 2021-04-09 13:18
Loretto, Pennsylvania, Search Status: Application material received by May 7, 2021 will receive primary consideration. Saint Francis University invites applications for a Graduate Assistant Coach, Men’s and Women’s Track & Field. This is a Part Time position in the Department of Athletics. The successful candidate must be accepted into a full-time graduate studies program at Saint Francis University. This is a two-year commitment, as the compensation is tuition remission, plus a stipend. The Assistant Coach is directly responsible to the Head Coach of Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country to assist with the organization and direction of a Division I program. Saint Francis University is a member of the NCAA Division I competing in the Northeast Conference. The candidates must have a commitment to adhering to all rules and regulations of Saint Francis University, the Northeast Conference, and the NCAA. In addition, the candidates must understand and actively support the mission of the Department of Athletics and Saint Francis University. Bachelor’s degree required.  Competitive or coaching experience in the sport of track and field is required.  Specific expertise in the pole vault is preferred.  Applicants with experience in sprints, hurdles, or distance events will also be considered. Apply online at https://www.francis.edu/employment , then submit a letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to: positions@francis.edu Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff, and faculty; and encourage applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities. AA/EOE

Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball | Saint Francis University

Fri, 2021-04-09 13:12
Loretto, Pennsylvania, Search Status: Application material received by April 23, 2021 will receive primary consideration. Saint Francis University invites applications for a full time Assistant Coach, Women’s Basketball. The Assistant Coach is directly responsible to the Head Coach, Women’s Basketball to assist with aspects of a Division I basketball program. The successful candidate must have a commitment to and responsibility for adhering to all rules and regulations of Saint Francis University, the NEC, and the NCAA. In addition, the candidate must understand and actively support the mission of the Department of Athletics and Saint Francis University. Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree is preferred.  Intercollegiate basketball playing and coaching experience preferred.  Knowledge of recruiting software (JumpForward) and scouting software (HUDL Sportscode, Synergy, and FastModel) preferred.  Knowledge and use of Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel) and Google Suite’s is preferred.  Division 1 coaching experience and skill development is preferred. Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills are essential.  Apply on line at http://www.francis.edu/employment , then submit a letter of application, resume and names and addresses and phone numbers of three references to : positions@francis.edu Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff and faculty, and encourages applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities.  AA/EOE.

Head Coach- Cheer | Saint Francis University

Fri, 2021-04-09 13:09
Loretto, Pennsylvania, Search status: Applications material received by April 23, 2021 will receive primary consideration. Saint Francis University, a Division I member of the Northeast Conference, invites applications for the full-time position of Head Coach Cheerleading/Dance Team Advisor (12 month). The position is responsible to the Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Marketing, Promotions and Athletics Communication to organize and direct a cheerleading program and dance program as well as perform administrative responsibilities in the athletics department. Candidates must have a commitment to and responsibility for adhering to all rules and regulations of Saint Francis University, the Northeast Conference, and the NCAA. Bachelor’s degree required.  Intercollegiate cheerleading and/or coaching experience required.  Marketing experience preferred. Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills are essential.  Complete an online application at http://francis.edu/employment, then submit letter of application, resume, and names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to: positions@francis.edu Saint Francis University is committed to diversity of students, staff, and faculty, and encourages applications from historically underrepresented individuals, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities.  AA/EOE  

Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Football Coach | Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Fri, 2021-04-09 12:55
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania is seeking a Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Football Coach (SU 226-20-382) who possesses the coaching expertise and organizational skills needed to work with all aspects of a successful NCAA Division II Athletics program. Full-time, 12-month position which requires the organization and supervision of various aspects of the football program with an emphasis on defense, recruitment of qualified student-athletes with a commitment to academic success, ability to relate to student-athletes, compliance with NCAA, PSAC, and Bloomsburg rules and regulations, scheduling, CPR certification, practice and game planning, strength and conditioning, scouting, video editing, budget management, fundraising, community engagement, camps and clinics, and other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director. Bachelor's degree required. Applicants must have a minimum three years of coaching experience at the high school and/or college level. Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse population is preferred. Anticipated start date is June 1, 2021. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience; an excellent benefits package is included. For full position requirements and description, including application procedures, visit www.bloomu.edu/jobs. Applications must be received by April 25, 2021. Completing search is contingent upon available funding. EEO Employer. Bachelor's degree required. Applicants must have a minimum three years of coaching experience at the high school and/or college level. Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse population is preferred.  Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience; an excellent benefits package is included.

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