The Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh is accepting applications for a 12-month, non-tenure stream assistant professor position.
The successful candidate will assume responsibility for teaching Athletic Training specific course content, advising and mentoring students in Athletic Training, maintaining an active line of scholarly productivity, and participating in department, school and university governance and service, along with other roles as determined by the Athletic Training program director.
Terminal degree (PhD, EdD) in Athletic Training, Sports Medicine or related area
Evidence of college or university teaching in a CAATE-accredited curriculum
Demonstrated evidence of scholarly productivity
Knowledge of CAATE accreditation process
BOC, Inc. Athletic Trainer for minimum of five (5) years
Licensure in the state of Pennsylvania or eligible
Minimum of three (3) years of clinical experience as an athletic trainer
Background in developing distance education models
Additional information describing the Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition and the Athletic Training program can be found at http://www.shrs.pitt.edu/SMN/.
Questions and application materials including a cover letter stating interest, curriculum vitae, and three references should be forwarded to Corey Flynn (email@example.com).
The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality, opportunity, human dignity and diversity.
Internal Number: 0136861
About The University of Pittsburgh
The University of Pittsburgh's well-established athletic training program prepares students in the prevention, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries incurred by athletes and the physically active - skills important for a career in the multidisciplinary field of sports medicine.
The Athletic Training program is housed within the Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition and the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS). Established in 1969 as one of the schools of the Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, SHRS stands on its solid reputation as an international leader in rehabilitation and disabilities education, research and community service, improving the lives and independence of all people with a focus on people at risk for or having chronic conditions or disabilities and those who have traditionally been underserved and underrepresented.