Supervise and manage the operation of all variable resistance, free weight and cardiovascular fitness areas in all Campus Recreation facilities. Recruit, hire, train and develop, assign, supervise and evaluate Strength Training and Conditioning staff. Develop programs for people of all abilities, conduct staff meetings, training seminars and staff development sessions. Update staff manuals, policies and procedures for strength and fitness training areas for all Campus Recreation facilities. Assist in the preparation of an annual budget that projects payroll expenditures and supply/equipment purchases. Research and recommend the annual purchase of strength training and cardiovascular conditioning equipment for multiple facilities. Develop and implement future leading edge programs.
Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology, Nutrition & Fitness, Exercise Science, Educational Administration, Sport Management, Sociology, Psychology or related field plus 2 years relevant experience required. Must have minimum of one of the following certifications: NSCA, PT Global, ACSM, NASM, AFAA, or ACE. Ability to obtain CPR/First Aid with the potential of acquiring instructor certification.
Internal Number: S_190540
About University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The University of Nebraska, chartered in 1869, is an educational institution of international stature. A member of the Association of American Universities, Nebraska is recognized by the Carnegie Foundation as a Doctorate/Research Extensive university. A member of the University of Nebraska system, Nebraska serves as both the land-grant and the comprehensive public University for the State of Nebraska. The current student enrollment is more than 26,000, with approximately 8,500 students living on campus in residence halls and Greek chapters. We offer 39 doctoral and 73 master’s degrees, and 235 undergraduate majors. Through University Studies, students can also create their own major.
Campus Recreation manages approximately 372,000 sq. ft. of indoor recreation facilities and 170 acres of outdoor recreation fields, basketball, sand volleyball and tennis courts on both City and East Campuses, as well as a Leadership Training Center and Challenge Ropes Course near the edge of the city. Units within the Campus Recreation organizational structure include: aquatics, business operations, external relations, facilities operation, fitness and wellness services, information technology, ...injury prevention and care, instructional programs, intramural and extramural sports, massage therapy, member services, outdoor recreation, sport clubs, and youth activities. Lincoln offers all the amenities of a midsize regional city of 250,000.
Ranked in the Top 10 in many quality of life, safety, environmental and other studies, Lincoln is a remarkably comfortable and friendly community. With more parkland per capita than any other city in the U.S. and an intricate trails network, Lincoln offers a wealth of outdoor diversions. Lincoln is also one of the fastest growing metro areas in the Midwest. Downtown Lincoln lies at the southern edge of UNL’s City Campus and is seasoned by coffee houses, theaters, specialty shops, and restaurants offering cuisines from around the world.