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San Diego Padres – Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coach

Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coach

Organization: San Diego Padres

TITLE: Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coach
DEPARTMENT: Player Development
REPORTS TO: Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coordinator
STATUS: Full-Time; Exempt

San Diego Padres Commitment:

The San Diego Padres are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment for our
employees. We strive to create an environment for everyone by including perspectives from
backgrounds that vary by race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation,
veteran status, and national origin.

We strongly encourage candidates from non-traditional backgrounds, historically marginalized
or underrepresented groups to apply.

If you are not sure you’re 100% qualified but are up for the challenge – we want you to apply.

We believe skills are transferable and passion for our mission goes a long way.

Your role as a Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coach:
You will be responsible for creating and implementing performance-enhancement programs for
Minor League players under the San Diego Padres Strength & Conditioning protocols. You will
lead team warm-ups to prepare athletes for training and competition. You will handle reporting
and work with on-field staff to develop athlete’s movement patterns and efficiencies.

All the responsibilities we will trust you with:

  • Exemplifying our Padres Core Values/Mission Statement: Communication and
    Collaboration, Progress and Innovation, Accountability and Integrity, and Effort and
    Results, through building meaningful connections with a diverse fan base and
    serving as impactful leaders in the San Diego community
  • Developing and implementing holistic performance enhancement programs for the
    San Diego Padres players at the minor league level under the San Diego Padres
    Strength & Conditioning system and protocols
  • Leading and overseeing daily movement preparation program and team
    stretch/dynamic warm-up to prepare athletes for training sessions and competition
  • Responsible for daily, weekly, and monthly reports
  • Assisting medical staff as needed
  • Integrating with on-field staff to improve players’ movement patterns and
    efficiencies
  • Participating in continuing education opportunities and promote a progressive
    culture through a growth mindset
  • Reinforcing the organization’s initiatives in terms of strategy, day-to-day operations, organizational culture, employee expectation and performance reviews
  • Assigned to a Padres minor league affiliate for the minor league baseball season and will be assigned to various off-season camps, including spring training in Peoria, AZ, as needed
  • Other job duties as necessary

Your areas of knowledge and expertise that matter most:

  • Proficient computer skills including experience with MS Office products such as Word, Excel, Outlook, etc., and general knowledge of basic office equipment
    including copier, laser printer, telephone, and computer.
  • Possess strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and effectively work
    well with others in a collaborative, respectful manner
  • Exceptional time management and organizational skills with capacity to handle high
    volumes of detailed work, multi-task and manage projects on strict deadlines
  • Maintain professional demeanor with a high degree of discretion, integrity, and
    accountability
  • Maintain consistent, punctual, and have reliable attendance
  • Fluently bilingual in English/Spanish is strongly preferred
  • Having previous experience working in a Strength & Conditioning program in
    collegiate or professional sports, or high-level private group training setting, is
    preferred.

You will be required to meet the following:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age by the start of employment
  • 4-year Bachelor’s Degree, or education equivalent from an accredited college or
    university, specifically in exercise-science or a similarly related field
  • CSCS certification through NSCA is required
  • CPR/AED certification is required
  • Must have a valid current drivers license with a good driving record (subject to
    review)
  • Able to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends, holidays and extended
    hours as needed
  • Able to travel as needed
  • Minimum physical requirements: able to travel to and gain access to various areas of the ballpark for prolonged periods of time during games and events; able to lift and transport up to 50 pounds
  • As a condition of employment, you must successfully complete all post-offer, pre-
    employment requirements, including but not limited to a background check

Salary and additional compensation:

Per the California pay transparency law, the base salary range for this full-time position is
$55,068 to $66,560. As a candidate for this position, your salary and related elements of
compensation will be contingent upon your work experience, education, job-related skills and any other factors the San Diego Padres considers relevant to the hiring decision for this
position.

In addition to the base salary, the Padres believe in providing a very competitive and generous
compensation and benefits package for its employees. Benefits include, but are not limited to:
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k) with employer match + automatic company Safe Harbor
contribution, Basic Life Insurance (with option to purchase Supplemental Life Insurance), Pet
Insurance, employer provided game tickets to home games, ballpark discounts on food and
retail, and so much more! All benefits are subject to eligibility requirements and the terms of
official plan documents which may be modified or amended at any given time.
The San Diego Padres are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Send Resumes To: nmendoza@padres.com

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