Coordinator of Clinical Education and Instructor/Clinical Assistant Professor of Athletic Training - Temporary One-year appointment
Position Description: The Master of Science in Athletic Training Program is seeking qualified applicants for a Temporary One-year appointment as Coordinator of Clinical Education and Instructor/Clinical Assistant Professor of Athletic Training position. The Coordinator of Clinical Education is responsible for oversight of the clinical education portion of the Athletic Training (AT) Program to include:
Oversight for student clinical progression
Student assignment to clinical experience
Clinical site evaluation
Regular communication with preceptors
Professional development of preceptors
Preceptors selection and evaluation
Attaining and maintaining the Athletic Training Program as a Board of Certification (BOC) Approve Provider
Basic Qualifications: The Coordinator of Clinical Education will be a core faculty member that will teach athletic training courses, advise and mentor students in the AT program, contribute scholarly activities, and attend Program, School and University meetings. Core full-time faculty in the AT program report to, are evaluated and assigned responsibilities by the Athletic Training Program Director and the Dean of the Graduate School.
The Coordinator of Clinical Education will be required to maintain:
Contemporary expertise in athletic training and assigned teaching area
Evidence of scholarship
Membership in the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)
Ongoing certification in Emergency Cardiac Care as determined by the BOC
Current and in good standing state athletic training credential, upon credentialing of athletic trainers in the State of California
Doctorate (Ph.D., Ed.D.) in a related field Required for Clinical Assistant Professor faculty position
Clinical Doctorate in Athletic Training (DAT)
Three to five years of clinical athletic training experience
Three to five years of administrative experience as a CEC or Program Director
Experience working with Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)
Evidence of expertise in collegiate and/or graduate level teaching
Evidence of consistent scholarly activity
Evidence of excellent oral and written communication skills
Evidence of excellent organizational skills
Evidence of maintaining electronic/digital student records
History of service the Athletic Training profession
Special Instructions: Please note applicants will be required to upload the following documents to their online application: 1. Curriculum Vitae 2. Cover Letter/Letter of Application 3. Teaching Philosophy 4. Unofficial Transcripts 5. CPR/BLS Certification Additionally, applicants are required to provide complete contact information (name, email and phone #) for at least three references who will receive an email request to upload their letters of recommendation via PeopleAdmin.
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