TORONTO BLUE JAY’S – Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coach (Location TBD)

Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coach

Organization: Toronto Blue Jay's


The Toronto Blue Jays are seeking qualified Strength & Conditioning Coaches to fulfill openings for the role
of Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coach. Candidates for this role will report to Spring Training in Dunedin, Florida and
then to their assigned minor league affiliate location and remain there throughout the entirety of the minor league season.
Responsibilities into the off-season are TBD and will be discussed in more detail during the season.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Develop, individualize, and implement the Toronto Blue Jay’s S&C program for specified players at the assigned
    affiliate. This also involves scheduling of daily routines including, but not limited to, individual preparation routines,
    lifting, conditioning, speed/agility sessions and recovery work
  • Collaborating with all other TBJ departments in the physical profile assessment & analysis process leading to the
    creation of individualized player plans and developmental goals, as well as tracking the progress of those goals at
    specified times throughout the year
  • Assisting with the daily workload monitoring of players and engaging with discussions and adjustments needed within
    any programs accordingly
  • Weight room setup, organization, cleanliness and sanitation
  • Assist with other necessary projects or initiatives


  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science or related field
  • First Aid/CPR Certified
  • Minimum of 1 year experience working with teams or athletes in the field of strength and conditioning (including
    graduate assistantships and internships)
  • Experience and certifications with Functional Movement Systems (FMS) preferred
  • Bilingual with English and Spanish preferred

Applicants should possess a strong work ethic with the desire to learn and get better every day. A passion for athlete
development is essential with the ability to stay organized, manage large groups, and communicate effectively. Qualified
candidates must be able to demonstrate a CLEAR fit within the Toronto Blue Jays organizational values (Collaborate, Learn,
Empower, Achieve, Respect)

All contract details (including salary, housing, meals, benefits, etc) will be discussed within the interview process

To apply for this position, please send Cover Letter/Resume/References to:

  1. Aaron Spano, MiLB Strength & Conditioning Coordinator:
  2. Scott Weberg, Head Major League Strength & Conditioning Coach:

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