Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
The University of North Florida, a Division I member of the NCAA and a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference (A-SUN), has an immediate full-time opening for an Assistant Athletic Trainer. Responsibilities include providing assessment, treatment, and rehabilitative care to University of North Florida students, educate the University community on injury prevention, rehabilitation, wellness, and other health-related issues, and to maintain the highest standards of care and integrity. Primary sports coverage will be for the Women’s Basketball program. Coordinate record keeping of physical examinations, treatments, injury reports, and physician referrals. Assist with processing of insurance claims and any other duties assigned by the Director of Sports Medicine. The successful candidate will be a person of integrity with high ethical standards and exhibit a strict adherence to NCAA, A-SUN, University and departmental rules regulations. Travel with teams to competitive events is required.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Master's Degree from an appropriately accredited institution.
Certified Athletic Trainer as designated by the Board of Certification.
Licensed Athletic Trainer in the State of Florida or eligible.
Previous athletic training experience with basketball preferred.
Interested applicants should apply at www.unfjobs.org
The North Florida Ospreys are the athletic teams of the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. The Ospreys compete in the Atlantic Sun Conference in NCAA Division I. UNF became a full-fledged member of Division I in 2009. The University of North Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
The University of North Florida Sports Medicine Department is dedicated to ...promoting comprehensive health care for every UNF student-athlete to promote physical and mental wellbeing. A dedicated, compassionate, and enthusiastic team of professionals utilize a multi-disciplinary approach to skillfully combine evidence-based practice and emerging technologies to ensure each student athlete has the opportunity to compete in their sport safely and at the highest level possible. We create an environment that is welcoming and supportive for all student athletes while adhering to the professional standards set forth by the University of North Florida, the NATA and within the guidelines of the NCAA and the Atlantic Sun Conference.
The University of North Florida Sports Medicine is made up of five full-time certified and licensed athletic trainers, three certified and licensed intern athletic trainers, various health care professionals located throughout the Jacksonville area including Southeast Orthopedic Specialists, St. Vincent Hospital and Brooks Center for Rehabilitation and approximately 20 athletic training students from the CAATE accredited Athletic Training Education Program in the College of Health.