Strength and Conditioning Coach (SCC)

Position Objective:

SCCs' tasks/goals at designated Army installation are to reduce medical attrition and increase Military readiness. SCCs will improve Brigade (BDE) readiness through Army-specific functional fitness training programs, in accordance with (IAW) Field Manual (FM) 7-22 and designed to meet each BDE’s Program of Instruction (POI) requirements. Services will target musculoskeletal (MSK) injury prevention and reconditioning education services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

· SCCs will work as part of the H2F Performance Team to develop, implement, and oversee a comprehensive, periodized education and services program integrated and synchronized with the BDE and Battalion (BN) training calendars

· Success is determined by the ability of the BDE to perform its combat mission

· SCCs will perform services IAW the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) or the Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) Scope of Practice

· SCCs will be embedded at the BDE level

· Most work will be performed in a Military training environment (i.e., fitness centers/gyms, BDE or administrative areas, outdoors, ranges, field training environments, and at the SPRC)

· SCCs will be required to observe BDE and below (i.e., BN, company, platoon, squad, team) specific training events (e.g., obstacle courses, combative, training areas)

· Support quality assurance efforts, ensuring all work performance aligns with H2F objectives

· SCCs may be embedded within H2F Performance Teams across BDEs at various Government installations

Basic Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited college or university; it is highly desired that the degree is in a related field

· Must possess a passing score from the Board of Certification (BOC) by the NSCA as a CSCS or by the CSCCA as a SCCC

· Have three years of relevant SCC work experience within the last five years

· Relevant experience is defined as developing and executing task and environment-specific functional injury control and health/well-being programs for groups of athletes or DoD/Department of Homeland Security/Department of Justice entities focused on a common sport or mission performance goal

· Please note - Employment related to internships or graduate work for only up to one year is considered as relevant experience

· Have a current certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers from the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross with Automated External Defibrillators (AED) certification

· Certification cards must display the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross emblem

· Please note - Web-based classes do not meet required standards

· Must be a U.S. citizen

· Must have the ability to read, write and speak English effectively with Soldiers and H2F staff

· Candidate must be able to pass and maintain Tier 1 clearance

· Be physically able to lift and manipulate loads and weight plates up to 45 pounds

· Candidates must demonstrate sufficient initiative, interpersonal relationship skills, and social sensitivity such that they can relate to a variety of Soldiers from diverse backgrounds

· Have the ability to operate a computer utilizing Microsoft applications, such as Word, Excel

· Must be able to navigate and operate with unit SharePoint sites

Health insurance

Dental insurance

Work from home


Paid time off

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