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Performance Enhancement Professionals (Scottsdale, AZ) Performance Coach

Performance Enhancement Professionals is a state of the art wholly integrated sports performance center for the elite athlete. We provided individualized, multi faceted programs aimed at enhancing and improving the athletic abilities of our clients.  We are currently looking for a full and part time Performance Coach.  This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a team whose core values are life long learning, innovation, diversity and people before profits.  Visit for more background information. 


Job Description:

Candidates will be training professional, collegiate and youth athletes.   They will work one on one with each athlete guiding them through warm-ups, speed training, agility, conditioning, strength training, cool downs, mobility, and recovery methods as prescribed for each athlete.   



CSCS is preferred, but open to other certifications and backgrounds.


Work Schedule:

Days, early evening and weekends as required.


Payment is commensurate with experience and qualifications.  NO sales and NOT commission based. 


Please Email your resume and a 1 to 3 minute video describing your background, your experience, and why you would like the position.   Every applicant that takes the time to submit a video will get an interview.


Director of Performance - Brian DaCunha

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