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Assistant Athletic Trainer

Southern Illinois University

  • Location: Carbondale, IL
  • Post Date: 4/29/2018
  • Job Type: FULL TIME

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Athletic Trainer 
Intercollegiate Athletics
SIU Carbondale

Position Summary: Southern Illinois University Carbondale is an NCAA Division I member of the Missouri Valley and Missouri Valley Football Conferences. We are currently seeking to hire 2 Assistant Athletic Trainers.

Duties and Responsibilities: Assists in the care, prevention, management, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic-related injury and illness coverage for home events as assigned and travel as deemed necessary. Assist in the daily coverage of the athletic training facilities. Supervise Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers. Maintain timely and accurate medical records, and coordinate referrals to team physician and medical specialists when appropriate.

Appointment: 12 Month term, full-time, salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required, National Athletic Trainer Association Board of Certification (NATA-BOC) and Illinois Athletic Training License (or eligible), CPR and AED Certified, and 1-year supervisory experience as an Athletic Trainer at the collegiate level.

This is a security-sensitive position. Before any employment offer is made, the University will conduct a pre-employment background investigation, which includes a criminal background check.

Application Deadline: Applications must be completed through jobs.siu.edu by May 11, 2018, or until filled.

Application Procedure: Visit jobs.siu.edu "Administrative/Professional Job Postings" to create an account and apply.

SIU Carbondale is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of 
individuals with disabilities and protected veterans that strives to enhance its
ability to develop a diverse faculty and staff and to increase its potential to
serve a diverse student population. All applications are welcomed 
and encouraged and will receive consideration.

Southern Illinois University