Department Name: 7N600:HEALTH SCIENCES - REHABILITATION SCIENCE
The College of Health Sciences, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Division of Athletic Training is seeking a faculty member to serve the needs of the program. This position is an eleven month term. Rank will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, and the position will be responsible for the following:
Teach in the Health and Human Sciences program pre-professional track for Athletic Training and professional Master of Science in Athletic Training program in the College of Health Sciences.
Work with faculty and staff in the Health and Human Sciences program to establish and coordinate clinical experiences for students in the pre-Athletic Training track.
Work with faculty in the Division of Athletic Training and the College of Health Sciences to develop and deliver a new professional Master of Science Degree in Athletic Training
Assist the Program Director in seeking initial accreditation (CAATE) for the emerging professional Master of Science in Athletic Training degree
Serve as the Clinical Coordinator for this emerging professional Master of Science in Athletic Training Program
Provide the orientation, education and evaluation of clinical preceptors and sites to assure that competencies for athletic training education are met and are consistent with specific learning objectives delineated for each competency.
Serve as an academic advisor as assigned by the Program Director
Participate in pre-clinical and clinical classroom and laboratory instruction and evaluation activities as directed by the needs of the Program.
Contribute to the post-professional Master of Science in Athletic Training Program during the transition to the emerging professional Master of Science in Athletic Training program
Contribute to research and scholarship within the department, college, and university
Serve as a potential advisor for research conducted by undergraduate, masters, and doctoral students
Participate in department, college and university service
Candidates should apply by submitting a letter of interest, current curriculum vitae, statement of teaching (upload under Specific Request 1) and statement of research (upload under Specific Request 2). Letters of recommendation to be provided upon request.
Additional questions can be directed to: Phillip Gribble, PhD, ATC Director, Division of Athletic Training 206C Wethington Building 900 South Limestone University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40536-0200 859-218-0885 Phillip.email@example.com
Deadline: Review of applications will begin August 6, 2018 and continue until the position has been filled.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
An earned Doctorate with emphasis in an Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Area
Required Related Experience:
Instructional experience in an accredited athletic training program
Demonstrated mentorship of entry-level athletic training students
3 or more years of contemporary expertise as a certified athletic trainer
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Certified Athletic Trainer (BOC)
Eligible for Kentucky Athletic Trainer State Licensure
Demonstrated experience in administration of a CAATE accredited Athletic Training education program
Teaching experience in the areas of general medical conditions, emergency management, and environmental factors
Demonstrated record of research publication and scholarship
Demonstrated ability in mentorship of undergraduate and graduate student research
University Community of Inclusion:
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