Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is looking for a Head Athletic Trainer for Olympic Sports.
The Head Athletic Trainer for Olympic Sports will support the overarching mission of the Department of Intercollegiate athletics to provide a transformational student-athlete experience and develop a culture of competitive excellence.
In partnership with the Associate AD for Compliance, Sports Medicine and Performance this individual will oversee all facets of the athletics training program for Olympic sports. This individual will serve as an active member of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Sports Medicine and Performance Learning Laboratory monthly sessions and work in partnership with the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach to provide best in class holistic care for 600 plus student-athletes.
Pay Range for this full-time, benefited position is $50,750-$52,500.
Responsibilities Include: -Provide prevention, evaluation, rehabilitation and documentation of injuries for assigned sport responsibilities -Lead the athletic training department in providing sports medicine services and coverage for 16 varsity sports. Provide practice and event coverage including evenings and weekends. -Supervision of athletic training facilities and student first aiders. -Work in partnership with the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Olympic Sports to provide best in class holistic care for 600 plus student-athletes. -In partnership with the Associate AD for Compliance, Sports Medicine and Performance develop sport assignments and schedules for the staff. Serve as an active member of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Sports Medicine and Performance Learning Laboratory monthly sessions.
What You'll Need to Succeed:
Master's Degree related to Health & Human Performance, Exercise Science or Kinesiology
NATA BOC certification. Wisconsin license eligible.
Current First Aid, CPR, AED certification by time of hire
Ability to work weekends, evenings and flexible hours
About University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Since 1866, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville has been a regional leader with challenging academics; renowned faculty; and notable alumni. And, during these unprecedented times of COVID-19, our faculty, staff, and students are applying their research and skills to impact our communities in a positive way.
On all three campuses—UW-Platteville, UW-Platteville Richland, and UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County—we are leaders in science, technology, agriculture, and engineering fields, with unique initiatives in microsystems and nanotechnology, forensic investigation, and renewable energy. While the challenges facing us now may seem daunting, we are applying this expertise to be here for you, now and in the future.