Welcome aboard Matt! This waiting til we find out who are new staff members are (while everybody else is getting it done) sucks....
nice bio. I like the fact that he actually played the game at the college level and had pretty good success at it... on DEFENSE:
The Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach position has been reposted today w/ a short turnaround:
>>The University of Connecticut is seeking applications and nominations for the full time position of Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Assisting the Director of Football Strength and Conditioning with the development and administration of the strength and conditioning programs for the UConn football team; strict compliance with NCAA regulations and policies of the University and the American Athletic Conference; assistance with practice and game-day duties including pre-game/practice warm-ups; collaboration with Athletic Training staff as to the monitoring and rehabilitation of student-athletes with injuries; assistance with communication of strength program organization to prospective student-athletes and parents; and assist with supervisory responsibility of strength and conditioning interns.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - Bachelor’s degree; two years of experience as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at the collegiate level; Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA); a demonstrated knowledge of the correct application of NCAA regulations; and has prior experience with teaching the power lifts and the Olympic lifts.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS - Has designed and implemented a strength and conditioning program for other college strength programs; CPR/First Aid certification.
This job posting is scheduled to be removed at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on January 14, 2019.