Fort Drum NY,Fort Johnson LA
Description of Work: As an integral part of the H2F Performance Teams, the Contractor shall establish and administer effective strength and conditioning training programs designed to maximize the physical performance and reduce the risk of MSK injuries of BDE personnel. SCCs shall complete the specific tasks in the PWS at the BDE, BN and Company levels. SCCs shall perform services IAW the NSCA as a CSCS or the SCCC through the CSCCA Scope of Practice.
Responsibilities: All SCCs shall:
Participate in program quality assurance of the training programs per guiding instructions provided by the BDE PD to ensure training programs are aligned with industry standards and provide a report outlining any differences/recommendations as an attachment to the TOSR and provide a copy to the BDE PD.
Participate in periodic meetings with the BDE PD, H2F Performance Team and unit (BDE, BN or Company) leadership, to provide a report on H2F System physical training program and recommendations/feedback on Soldier/unit progression. Report shall be furnished IAW local policy. Reports may be oral or written as the situation requires.
Track and document Soldier/unit progression on a regular basis and recommend opportunities for H2F System improvement to the Government. Ensure safe and effective operation of equipment used within their work capacity which contributes to a safe working environment. Where deficiencies exist regarding SCC supplies, equipment utilization and needs, bring to the attention of the BDE PD.
Coordinate scheduling of facilities for Government approved courses, training, and classes as applicable.
Develop and execute strength and conditioning programs IAW FM 7-22 Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F).
Qualified SCCs shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited college or university. SCCs shall possess a current certification by the NSCA as a CSCS or by the CSCCA as a SCC
- Have three years of relevant SCC work experience within the last five years (this requirement is waived with military experience). Relevant experience is defined as developing and executing task and environment specific functional injury control and health/well-being programs for groups of athletes or DoD/Department of Homeland Security/Department of Justice entities focused on a common sport or mission performance goal. Employment related to internships or graduate work up to one year will be considered towards relevant experience.
- Have a current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification with Automated External Defibrillators (AED) certification. Certification cards must display the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross emblem. Web-based classes do not meet required standards. Recertification shall be maintained in a current status at all times while the SCC is performing services under this TO. Failure of the SCC to obtain and maintain training does not release the Contractor from the TO requirement.
- Have the ability to read, write, and speak English and effectively communicate with Soldiers and leadership.
- Demonstrate sufficient initiative, interpersonal relationship skills and social sensitivity such that they can relate to a variety of Soldiers from diverse backgrounds.
- Have the ability to operate a computer utilizing Microsoft applications, such as Word, Excel.
- Be capable of properly lifting and manipulating loads or weights up to 45 pounds and capable of meeting physical demands of training in all types of weather with Soldiers including the ability to hike over rough terrain, function in austere environments to observe Soldier training evolutions and to train, educate, coach, and mentor.
- Not have been convicted of a felony.