Personal Training Coach (“Coach”) - Part Time
A RARE OPPORTUNITY! Exciting Position in HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE. ALTHEUS, (www.altheus.net) a cutting edge health and performance center located in Rye, New York serving to a higher demographic clientele, is seeking enthusiastic part-time Personal Training Coaches. This is a rare, ground floor opportunity for motivated individuals to be part of an impressive team of professionals who are leaders in their industry. Working with ALTHEUS will allow you to gain valuable experience and work along side of our world-class fitness professionals this includes 4 PhD’s and 8 Masters with interval expertise and Olympic training experience. This position has upside potential with set shifts and guaranteed income!
Personal Training Coach (“Coach”) - We are looking for experienced professionals to serve as Coaches in implementing comprehensive health and performance programs for people of all ages. The programs will be developed and implemented in concert with the President of the Center, Dr. Tom Crawford. Dr. Crawford served as the Director of Coaching for the US Olympic Committee for almost 10 years, where he led the development and management of programs for over 45 Olympic and Pan American sports. Dr. Crawford also served as Senior Director for the National Institute for Fitness and Sport, where he helped lead the research, development and management of programs for the complete continuum of human development, from pre-school aged children to professional athletes and executives.
As a coach you will be responsible for:
The successful candidate should possess/demonstrate the following:
Attractive compensation plan to include performance bonuses and complete benefit package.
Email resumes and verifiable salary history to Shari Marsden at firstname.lastname@example.org
LECTURESHIPS IN PSYCHOLOGY
City Liberal Studies, an affiliated college of the UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, is a new, small, very dynamic academic institution, committed to high quality teaching and research. City is situated in Thessaloniki, Greece, and offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses leading to Sheffield University degrees.
The Department of Psychology invites applications for vacancies of lecturers in:
They are full-time posts with teaching, research and administrative obligations. You will be expected to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level and participate in tasks of coordination and administration in the department. A commitment to developing research is essential.
Closing date for applications is until positions are filled. The salary is according to qualifications and experience. Candidates are expected to move to Thessaloniki, Greece.
For further information contact:
Dr. A. Rodafinos
TENURE TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS
The Department of Human Movement Sciences in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee invites applications for three tenured/tenure track (asst/assoc/full) faculty positions: DPT Program Coordinator: Exciting new collaborative program with UW-LaCrosse, new multidisciplinary PhD in Health Sciences, new facility construction underway. Applicant qualifications include academic doctorate, eligibility for Wisconsin PT licensure. Rank/salary negotiable. Human Movement Scientist/Physical Therapist: Particularly seek expertise in Health Psychology, Orthopedics/Biomechanics, and Neural Bases of Movement. Applicant qualifications include academic doctorate (ABD considered), eligibility for Wisconsin PT licensure highly desirable. Dynamic, research environment.
For additional information on these positions, see http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/BUSOFC/positions/alliedhealth/indexall.html
For additional information on the Department of Human Movement Sciences and the College of Health Sciences see: http://cfprod.imt.uwm.edu/chs/
Send inquiries and applications to:
Dr. Barbara A Hart, Chair, Search and Screen Committee
UWM is committed to diversity & equality in education & employment. For the UWM Campus Security Report, see www.cleryact.uwm.edu, or call the Office of Student Life, Mellencamp Hall at (414) 229-4632 for a paper copy.
The IMG Academies in Bradenton, Florida, in conjunction with Mental Conditioning, would like to offer your graduate students an opportunity to learn about mental skills training and become part of our team with an applied internship this summer. We anticipate approximately five positions available for qualified students. Experiences will begin in mid-June running until the end of August. The IMG Academies Mental Conditioning supplies all of the performance enhancement consulting for the world renowned Bollettieri Tennis Academy, David Leadbetter Golf Academy, IMG Soccer, Baseball, Basketball Academies, and IPI (International Performance Institute). This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain hands on experience in the following areas:
Our clients benefit from a variety of opportunities including performance enhancement, mental skills and abilities assessments, video analysis and feedback, as well as instruction in and out of the sport atmosphere. The goal of our program is to provide athletes with knowledge in some of the following areas: Motivation, Focus, Concentration, Attention, Awareness, Confidence, Discipline, Intensity, Composure, Self Esteem, Perspective, Communication, Time-Management, Continuous Improvement, Developing and Maintaining Professional Relationships, and Enhancing Sport Enjoyment!
Send a resume/vitae, cover letter, references, a personal statement that includes their sport background, interest in the field, experience with the sports we offer here at the academy and future goals in the field, and a VHS video tape showing interaction with athletes (i.e. conducting a group lecture, consulting an individual client, or coaching) to the address below. Please include all languages you speak as we consider bilingual individuals highly important for the position. Application materials must be received by March 12th. We will be selecting interns during the week of April 5th.
Room and board will be provided by the academy. Students will be responsible for all other expenses. Students must receive college credit (as much as their university allows). Each student will work approximately 40 hours per week.
If you have any questions about our services and/or internship programs, please do not hesitate to e-mail Carey Benson, M.Ed. at email@example.com or call (941) 752-2451.
PLAY IT SMART ACADEMIC COACH
The Academic Coach assists the head football coach of a participating Play It Smart high school in establishing policies and procedures that will enable student-athletes to achieve their individual and team academic, career, athletic and personal goals. The Academic Coaches, working directly with student athletes, school personnel, parents, and coaches, are trained to carry out multiple responsibilities within Play It Smart schools. They are central figures in managing the day-to-day operations of the program and receive supervision from the Play It Smart Academic Consultant, the Play It Smart Director and Regional Coordinator, and the Head Football Coach of the participating school.
The Academic Coach position requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree (graduate degree preferred), experience working with students, and experience with or demonstrated appreciation of interscholastic athletics. Students currently enrolled in Master’s or Doctoral programs may be able to use the Play It Smart experience as fieldwork or an internship. Demonstrated ability to build working relationships with a broad range of people is essential along with the ability to listen and communicate effectively, establish trust, build rapport, and work in diverse settings. The position requires the demonstrated ability to carry out multiple responsibilities ranging from counseling in a one on one setting to presenting a workshop on a particular life skill. A working knowledge of basic computer skills, college admission procedures, NCAA eligibility rules, and career and life planning strategies are beneficial.
The performance of each Academic Coach will be evaluated based on the following duties and responsibilities:
Academic Coaches may receive stipends of up to $15,000 per year and work 20-25 hours/week.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume or vita highlighting their experience assisting student athletes achieve academic, athletic, and personal goals, and three letters of recommendation to:
You may also fax to 413-731-3413 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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