Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
Effectively develop and teach course(s) within the University of North Dakota (UND), Department of Sports Medicine Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training Degree Program. The program is an undergraduate accredited program curriculum. Schedule, coordinate and present course material(s) and/or information. Educate, mentor, and supervise student athletic trainers with their participation and experience in clinical rotations. Advise and encourage to students to excel in class and in clinical rotations.Professionally communicate in a diverse culture with students, student athletes, staff, faculty at the University of North Dakota, doctors and allied health professionals and outside affiliation(s) of Sports Medicine. Accurate documentation, recordkeeping and medical charting/filing and medical billing for student athletes. Ability to learn and utilize an electronic medical records system. As an Assistant Certified Athletic Trainer and under the supervision of the Sports Medicine Program Department Chair, in covering athletic team(s) and/or event(s) by providing health care services for athletes competing in Division I Sports within the UND Department of Athletics Program. Assist UND Department of Athletics with medical billing(s) for student athletes.Athletic training services need to follow accordance standards of a Certified Athletic Trainer, North Dakota State Licensure Law and policy and procedures of UND Department of Sports Medicine. Cover athletic events indoors and outdoors in varying climates and standing for extended periods of time on various surfaces. Light to heavy lifting.Travel is required. Available to travel for multiple days at a time when required for team coverage.Assist the Department Chair with additional duties as assigned.
-Bachelor's Degree Required
-Master's Degree Preferred
-Certified Athletic Trainer
-North Dakota State Licensure Eligible
Submittal MUST Include: Cover letter, Resume, References, Official transcripts, and three (3) official letters of recommendation.
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**PLEASE NOTE: REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS WILL BEGIN IMMEDIATELY, AND WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.
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About University of North Dakota - Department of Sports Medicine
The mission of the Department of Sports Medicine is to serve the region through provision of education, research and service in sports medicine. It is recognized that sports medicine is a multidisciplinary field involving many facets of the health care community. The Department of Sports Medicine functions as a coordinating entity to help other disciplines provide education, research and service i...n this area.Specifically, the Department of Sports Medicine provides direction for the BS in Athletic Training degree program, a medical elective in sports medicine, and residency training in sports medicine. Service components of the Department are handled through the athletic training services provided for UND athletics and the Center for Sports Medicine, a clinical practice in sports medicine. Research and continuing education are vital aspects of the Department of Sports Medicine to improve the quality of care for athletes regionwide.Through the Department of Sports Medicine's educational, research and service programs, a regional resource for sports medicine care is being established. This resource will positively impact the health care of the athlete in North Dakota and the surrounding region.