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St. Louis Cardinals

POSITION:

Seasonal Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coaches for the St. Louis Cardinals

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The St. Louis Cardinals Performance Department is looking to immediately fill 2 seasonal S&C Coach positions. Duties to include, but are not limited to, assisting the Major League Strength Coach and the Athletic Development Coordinator with the implementation of strength, speed, and conditioning aspects of the program, testing and evaluating athletes, leading team stretch, weight room maintenance and bimonthly reports on player activities. Assist with the rehabilitation of injured players and program development are also possible responsibilities. Candidates will be required to work spring training and will be with their designated team on a daily basis during the regular season for home and away games.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s degree in exercise science or related field,
  2. CSCS (RSCC Required for full time positions)
  3. Proficient in excel and word

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

(All of the Minimum Requirements Plus)

  1. Functional Movement Screen certified
  2. Knowledge in Olympic lifts

LOCATION

Jupiter Florida for spring training & extended spring training, then an assignment to either State College PA (NY-Penn League) or Johnson City TN (Appalachian League) following the June amateur draft.

COMPENSATION

$1500 per month, meal money during spring training, housing during spring training & extended spring, housing allowance when you break with the team & travel meal money for away games, health benefits

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Resumes/applications will be accepted until positions are filled

CONTACT:

Jim Malone

Athletic Development Coordinator

jmalone@cardinals.com

Please send cover letter, resume, references and answers to the following questions in 200 words or less:

  1. What have you learned from your previous S&C coaching experience with teams?
  2. What is your strength and conditioning philosophy as it relates to baseball?
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