Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Place of Performance: Moody AFB, GA
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist shall establish and administer effective strength and conditioning protocols designed to maximize the physical performance of the Base Defense Group personnel. These protocols will ensure tactical conditioning by monitoring and resolving performance trends while addressing individual needs. You shall provide routine fitness reports to the appointed commander/representative and maintain a professional relationship with the members medical support staff to resolve problem areas outside their scope.
• Design and implement physical training programs to ensure proper functional movement, fitness routines to optimize power, strength, endurance, injury prevention, core, plyometric, balance/proprioception/kinesthetic awareness, mobility/flexibility, speed/agility, and conditioning.
• Design squadron-wide physical training sessions.
• Coordinate individualized exercise programs with the organization to ensure a safe and expeditious return to training of individuals recovering from injury.
• Design and monitor physical training programs for all personnel who are on temporary duty (TDY) or deployed at medical request.
• Refer all personnel under his/her purview with a new or undiagnosed medical (beyond the scope of the contractors ability) to seek medical attention for evaluation and treatment.
• Understand the unit’s mission and operator physical requirements.
• Attend squadron commander staff meetings to review and evaluate physical training programs and identify areas for improvement.
• Maintain records of workload.
• Assist with physical conditioning/rehabilitation supply inventories and provide input to the organization regarding supply needs and optimal equipment.
• Ensure equipment and facilities are properly organized, utilized, and are in safe working condition.
• Advise the Government on layout of the human performance facility.
• Assist in developing facility standard operating procedures, guidelines, and exercise protocols including the safe use of strength and conditioning equipment.
• Execute active collection to include direct observations, interviews, surveys, and focused collection of strength and conditioning for individuals in the unit.
• Analyze collected information and research current professional references in order to facilitate in-depth analyses to determine trends, additional materiel or support requirements, future performance concerns, and physical readiness that could prevent a member from accomplishing the mission.
• Recommend mediums and forums to publish findings, characterized as issues or deficiencies that negatively impact the unit’s performance, readiness, training and procedures.
• Release findings based on approved recommendations in the form of reports, summaries, publications, and/or entries into systems of record.
• Perform updates to applicable Government-owned databases for trends analysis and historical reference.