Frontline National is currently seeking Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) for a Full-Time opportunity near Destin, FL at Eglin Air Force Base. Please call our office directly at 513-528-7823 to learn more about this great opportunity!
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Location: AETC 33d OSS/OST - Eglin AFB, FL
- Designs, administers and evaluates the effects of physical training protocols under the supervision of the 33d OSS Commander.
- Coordinates individualized exercise programs with the HPOP staff to ensure a safe and expeditious return to training of fighter aircrew recovering from injury.
- Designs and implements physical training programs for personnel who are Temporary Duty (TDY) or deployed.
- Provides instruction and guidance to fighter aircrew on physical conditioning and injury prevention.
- Refers all personnel under his purview with an apparent new or undiagnosed medical condition to a medical provider for evaluation and treatment.
- Assists the HPOP manager in developing facility standard operating procedures, guidelines, and exercise protocols including the safe use of strength and conditioning equipment.
- Participates in periodic meetings to review and evaluate physical training programs and identifies opportunities for improvement. If a meeting occurs outside of regular working hours, the CSCS is responsible for reviewing the information disseminated in the meeting.
- Participates in periodic in-service training for members of the HPOP staff. Attends required training in accordance with guiding instructions. Commands will allow attendance at the necessary conferences or courses to complete the continuing education units required to maintain professional certifications.
- Performs administrative duties such as maintaining records of workload, conducting or participating in education programs, and participating in clinical staff quality assurance functions.
- Assists with supply inventories for the HPOP. Provides input regarding supply needs.
- Participates in meetings with other HPOP staff members.
- Ensures that equipment and facilities are properly organized and utilized, and are in safe working condition.
- Performs other tasks, within the scope of the CSCS position description, as assigned by the HPOP manager.
- Will assist the Physical Training Leader (PTL in developing squadron PT session as required by the 33d OSS/CC
- Services provided by the contractor shall include the following: initial assessment of each aircrew, care for personnel who individually seek (or are medically or command-directed to engage) the services of HPOP Specialist services; subject matter expertise concerning pre-habilitation evaluation/assessment, injury prevention, accommodation processes and implementation, ergonomic assessment and implementation, remedial training, and optimized performance physical training (e.g. strength and conditioning for fighter aircrew).
- Primary Injury Pre-habilitation: Evaluate and provide pre-rehabilitation of all affected aircrew who request the services of the HPOP Specialist. Fully communicate with referring provider (if necessary), unit medical staff, and unit management in a fully HIPAA compliant fashion during the full duration of sessions in regards to personnel’s progress and return to duty status.
- Each aircrew shall receive an initial appointment as soon as practical and/or when referred for HPOP services by member’s Commander. Follow up appointments will be based on need, pre-habilitative plans, and any potential coordination with members’ commander.
- The contractor shall track the status of all aircrew who are currently being followed in the HPOP program. Due no later than the final business day of each month, the contractor shall provide the COR a status report which will include an aggregate number of (1) “new aircrew” (in the program less than one week), (2) “progressing aircrew” (whose progress is on track), and (3) “prolonged aircrew” (who are expected to be in the program longer than anticipated).
- Personnel choosing the HPOP Specialist for secondary prevention shall receive an initial evaluation within two weeks of referral unless for reasons outside the contractor’s control. Justifiable reasons for delay include installation closure, employee vacation, and Unit Drill schedule in the case of geographically distant Traditional Guardsmen, contractor capacity restraints, or acts of God.
- Injury Prevention Services: Provide all forms of “primary” injury (acute and/or duty-limiting) prevention services; to include but not limited to: physical capacity as well as new member assessments, personnel health education, nutrition advising.
- Contractor shall explain to members the current HPOP capabilities and limitations, describe how care is accessed through HPOP, and brief member which HPOP personnel are best-qualified in the subject areas described in 5.1.
- Individual Training Plans will be initiated beginning at the contract start date and shall include individual fitness assessment results, feedback sessions,unique training plans, and any modifications to the plan based on the physical performance status of the military member.
- The contractor shall manage aircrew appointment schedules, individual HPOP Specialist work schedules, and reporting of all members who fail to attend their scheduled appointments in writing or E-mail to the COR within 24 hours of the missed appointment.
- The contractor is responsible for the preventive services of spinal injuries, when appropriate, utilizing necessary equipment to support affected areas.
- “Human Performance” metrics shall be gathered bi-yearly (NLT 31 March & 30 September) to assess aircrew compliance with the HPOP program. The factors for the “Human Performance” metrics will be low back strength, neck strength, and spine strength measured at varying weights and angles as well as number of missions able to execute at a subjective 100% (i.e. not limited by pain). However, these metrics may be adjusted with concurrence of the contractor and Government.
- Shall develop nutritional plans for members as requested by the fighter aircrew or as directed by the OSS/CC for non-fighter military members.
Education: Completion of the following:
- Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s preferred) in an accredited exercise science, health science, or physical education-related discipline.
Experience: Candidates must have the following experience:
- Minimum of five years of experience within the last 8 years working as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Shall have demonstrated sustained experience working with elite athlete populations. Creditable specialized experience includes: developing long and short-range planning and coordination of sport/mission specific performance programs resulting in attributable results with elite athletes (i.e. Division I collegiate, Olympic, professional level athletes or SOF-specific tactical professionals). Have at least three (3) years of professional experience working with college level or higher athletes and/or tactical military personnel of which one (1) year of full-time experience must be within the last three (3) years. Candidates with Master’s degrees require only a minimum of two (2) years professional experience working with college level or higher athletes and/or tactical military personnel.
- National Background and Credit Investigation
- Must be US Citizen
License/Certification and Training:
- Possess and maintain current certification by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) or be a licensed Athletic Trainer.
- Possess current certification in basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (BLS/CPR) to include Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training. The contractor shall be physically proficient to demonstrate all prescribed exercises / techniques and to hike over rough terrain and function in austere environments. Contractor must be able to lift and manipulate loads and plates up to 25 kilograms (55 pounds).
- Maintenance of this certification shall be an enduring element of the requirement.
- Monday-Friday between the hours of 7:30 AM-04:30 PM
- No Holidays!