Position Description The Texas Tech University Postgraduate Intercollegiate Athletics Internship is intended to provide on-the-job learning experiences for college graduates interested in pursuing a career in various areas of intercollegiate athletics. This program can last 12-36 months.
Future leaders will gain experience in using principles such as:
- Applying a standard of ethics to policy and administrative context - Evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of current operations within area of assignment - Communicating relevant information and ideas - Managing university resources to achieve organizational goals
Develop and implement all analytical data for readiness for the basketball coaching staff, at the direction of the Head Men’s Basketball Strength & Conditioning Coach.
Assist with the utilization of sports science technologies for the Men’s Basketball Program.
Responsible for all data input, the analysis of data, and how to use it for sports performance.
Assist in administering and evaluating testing procedures and data input for basketball coaches and student-athletes.
Assist with nutrition distribution of snacks/meals for both post-practice and post-game.
Work closely with assigned sport coaches, athletic trainers, dieticians, and communicate any goals or issues with teams or individuals.
Maintenance and cleanliness of weight room facilities.
Assist with daily warm-ups, cool-down routines for practices, competitions, and strength and conditioning workouts.
Work closely with designated partners throughout the internship program and Exercise Science department in scheduling interns and practicum students.
Comply with all NCAA, Big 12 and Texas Tech University rules, regulations and policies.
Required Qualifications Qualified applicants must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited university and previous experience with collegiate or professional athletics.
CSCCa certification or NSCA certification
Experience working within a Division I athletics’ strength & conditioning program; preferably within basketball
As an EEO/AA employer, the Texas Tech University System and its components will not discriminate in our employment practices based on an applicant’s race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or status as a protected veteran.