Please see job posting for Assistant S&C Coach, starting April 1st.
- Posting ends March 10th
- Mainly working with Football.
- Apply online but also send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The primary purpose of this position is to assist the Head Strength and Conditioning Specialist by providing strength and conditioning expertise to interuniversity sport teams and to monitor the safe and appropriate use of equipment by all members/patrons. The incumbent also performs a variety of fitness appraisals and designs exercise training programs for varsity athletes. This position requires commitment and adherence to the values and principles of Athletics & Recreation as expressed in the mandate of the department.
University degree is required, a degree in Kinesiology or related field is preferred. or an equivalent of 4 years recent experience (defined as within the last five years) working at York University and performing the same or similar tasks. This education equivalency is in addition to the experiential requirements outlined below. Current certifications required: NSCA (National Strength Conditioning Association Certificate. NSCA – CSCS (National Strength Conditioning Association Certificate – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. CPR and First Aid required. CSEP (Certified Exercise Physiologist) certificate preferred.
Minimum 2 years’ experience in a high-performance strength and conditioning training facility or setting, in addition to practical experience in individual and/or group/team personal training (e.g., fitness appraisal, physiological testing, one-on-one programming and counseling skills).
Demonstrated skill/ability in the following areas: answering enquiries and providing information in a clear manner, good organizational skills, exercising initiative, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, ability to multi-task, obtain, interpret, and assess information, ability to enforce rules and deal effectively with confrontational situations and difficult individuals. A demonstrated high level of skill in areas of speed, agility and quickness (SAQ), flexibility, aerobic and anerobic conditioning and rehabilitation techniques. Familiarity with basic computer applications (word processing, spreadsheets, email) required.
Please note: This position requires the candidate to produce a verification of degree(s), credentials(s), or equivalencies from accredited institutions and/or international equivalents at the time of interview.
Please note: This position requires the candidate to produce a Vulnerable Sector Check satisfactory to the University prior to commencement of employment.
Hours of work: Regular hours: Monday to Friday 12.00p.m. to 8.00 p.m. The peak periods for this position are January to March and August to November. Vacation is restricted January through March, and mid-August through November. Note: This employee may not engage in Personal Training activity during his/her shift, unless approved by the Manager.
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If not filled by an employee in the YUSA-1 bargaining unit, employees in the YUSA-2 bargaining unit who have applied within the first 5 days from the ‘Posted Date’ will be given preference.
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