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Position Available- Midwest Orthopaedic at Rush Sports Performance Manager

The Sports Performance Manager’s role is for the development and supervision of the day to day operations of the Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Sports Performance Center in Oak Brook Illinois. This person will report to the Facility Manager (FM) to create a symbiotic relationship between the two sectors. This person will also work with the Clinical Research Director to assist in research implementation in the sports performance center



  • Preferable Post graduate degree in kinesiology, exercise science or athletic training
  • Strength and conditioning certification, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and National Academy of Sports Medicine, Performance Enhancement Specialist
  • Minimum of 3 years of professional strength and conditioning experience in clinic, high school, collegiate and/or professional team environment
  • Experienced in developing and marketing self pay clinical bridge and youth and adult fitness programs
  • Experienced in developing and marketing self pay clinical bridge and youth and adult fitness programs

Job responsibilities

  • Assist in planning and developing and implementing the Center’s operations, equipment required and all systematic processes
  • Develop and Market all programs including working with outreach programs, affiliations and community based programs. Examples include
    • Individual bridge programs
      • ACL return to sport post rehab
      • Overhead Throwing post rehab
      • Hip return to sports rehab
      • Running analysis with program
    • Youth group programs to focus on development of balance, coordination, strength, running technique, footwork, endurance and flexibility
      • Jump start program (12 and under)
      • Total Performance ( age 13 and above)
    • Adult fitness programs. Private or semi-private session that customize and individualize approach to optimize health and fitness, well being, injury prevention or whatever the client’s goals are
  • Manage daily operations of respective facility
  • Maintain physical environment of facility and equipment
  • Make recommendations for purchase of new equipment and/or capital expenses
  • Work with the Facility Manager (FM) on quarterly and yearly financial review and budget
  • Perform monthly, quarterly and yearly analysis of metrics ( volume, parity, referral sources, charges)
  • Coordinate and lead referral efforts with the MOR physicians and staff
  • Work with the FM to incorporate any necessary information for the quarterly staff meetings
  • Meet regularly with the FM for the continuation of developing, marketing and implementing programs for the Sports Performance clinic
  • Working with the Clinical Research Director to assist/facilitate any data collection within the sports performance center

Staffing responsibilities:

  • Determine volume/capacity with FM to justify additional staffing
  • Conduct interviews and hire qualified individuals for Sports Performance staffing
  • Coordinate orientation of new employees with corporate office
  • Oversee professional development and education of staff
  • Determine and hold the staff responsible for required metrics and expectations with FM
  • Conduct annual performance/bonus appraisals and 90 day reviews for professional staff, aides and office staff with FM.
  • Oversee daily schedule and staffing
  • Meet quarterly with each employee to review metrics and performance
  • Salary:
    • Base Salary with bonus incentive based upon the net revenue of the Sports Performance Center.
  • Schedule/Hours of the center
    • Monday through Friday, 6:00am-7:00pm, Saturday 7:00am-3:00pm initially but with the ability to grow to Monday through Friday, 5:00am-8:00pm.

Please contact Donna Williams with resume and cover letter:

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