Assistant or Associate Professor in Athletic Training
Division/College: College of Education, Health & Human Sciences
Employee Category: Faculty
Pay Range: $64,000 - $80,000
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Position Summary: The Department of Movement Sciences is searching for a promotable, clinical assistant or associate professor (commensurate with experience) to participate in the Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program. We are searching for a candidate who has a desire to utilize their strengths to enhance delivery of program content, lead patient outcome research projects, mentor graduate students in patient-care research, and support the coordination of clinical experiences in the program. The advertised position is a newly created position in the MSAT program, and the selected candidate will join the existing MSAT full-time faculty (three core MSAT faculty) and staff (three teaching assistant and one post-doctoral fellow) in continuing to grow this innovative and outstanding program. The primary responsibilities of this position will involve scholarship and teaching (including optional, separately contracted, summer teaching which is not included in base salary), and administrative duties (e.g., assist with CAATE accreditation, assist with program assessment, etc.) within the program. The position may also include academic release time to support the MSAT clinical education coordinator and staff in coordinating clinical experiences. The selected candidate will teach professional athletic training education courses, and the focus may be in one or more of the following areas: prevention/acute care of injury and illness, immediate and emergency care, therapeutic modalities, or clinical education/experience. The successful candidates will primarily advise and mentor graduate students in the MSAT program and serve on department, college, and university committees.
Qualified candidates must: - Possess an earned doctorate in kinesiology, athletic training, or related field - Demonstrate experience in university teaching - Provide evidence of at least three years of Board of Certification, certified athletic training experience - Provide evidence of scholarly potential - Be eligible for licensure in the state of Idaho - Must meet the eligibility requirements for rank of either Assistant or Associate Professor upon hire
We are especially interested in individuals who: Possess an earned doctorate in athletic training or related field - Have had previous program leadership experience - Can demonstrate an understanding of advanced practice patient care - Have demonstrated ability to teach professional immediate and emergency care courses - Have demonstrated experience in utilizing evidence-based and practice-based evidence - Have experience in emerging forms of manual therapy - Have experience in developing and delivering online education (synchronous and/or asynchronous).
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Posting Number: F000756P
Posting Date: 02/15/2019
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions: First priority screening date will be March 18th, 2019.Applicants, please provide a Research/Clinical Practice Philosophy in document field 4, as well as a teaching philosophy/statement of teaching in document field 6.Unofficial transcripts are acceptable.
Background Check: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates may be required to pass a criminal background check.
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