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Assistant Professor of Athletic Training - University of North Carolina Wilmington

State: Wilmington, NC
Position: Assistant Professor of Athletic Training
Deadline: November 27, 2022

Job Description / Duties

The successful applicant will demonstrate contemporary expertise in one or more of the following professional domains of athletic training:
Urgent and emergent care
Behavioral health
Wellness and/or performance enhancement

Administrative responsibilities in the roles of program director or clinical education coordinator may be available in the future. Further, the successful candidate will be able to mentor graduate students through capstone projects, conduct research, publish scholarly manuscripts, apply for, and receive internal and external grant funding, and provide community engagement and professional service.

This appointment begins August 2023.

Qualifications / Required Skills

Applicants must possess the following qualifications:

Candidate must hold an earned doctorate degree in Athletic Training or a closely related field at the time of employment. ABD applicants will be considered for this position and must have earned a degree by August 1, 2023.
Candidate must hold current Board of Certification as an Athletic Trainer (in good standing) and possess or be eligible to obtain licensure as an Athletic Trainer in the State of North Carolina.

Preference will be given to candidates who have the following:

Previous teaching experience at the university level, as the instructor of record within a CAATE-accredited program
An established record of or demonstrated potential for research and scholarly activity in athletic training or allied health field
A minimum of 3 years clinical experience as a certified athletic trainer
Experience serving as a clinical preceptor
Demonstrated ability to mentor student research
Experience developing and maintaining collaborative relations with campus constituents and off-campus clinical sites and a successful record of community service and engagement
An established record of or demonstrated potential for successful academic leadership
Experience with CAATE accreditation processes
A commitment to a diverse and inclusive learning environment.

Additional Information

Job posting:

Contact Information

School of Health and Applied Human Sciences Director, Steve Elliott: