Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
The Assistant Athletic Trainer responsibilities will include: Intercollegiate athletics team coverage and travel with assigned team(s); primary sport team will be men’s basketball with other team/sport coverage to be determined. Supervision of Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers and athletic training students in an accredited graduate entry-level athletic training curriculum; summer sports camps and summer workout coverage; assist with the administration of inventory; maintenance of equipment; yearly budget; equipment and supplies purchasing; insurance claims; and supervision of daily operations of the athletic training rooms. Comply with all rules and regulations of North Dakota State University, the NCAA, and all affiliated conferences. Evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate injuries/conditions of all student-athletes; refer injuries to team physicians and specialists when necessary; carry out prescribed treatment plans and rehabilitation protocols as directed by team physicians and/or other medical specialists.
Master’s Degree in Athletic Training or related field.
NATA-BOC Certified Athletic Trainer.
Two years of successful experience in an intercollegiate athletic training setting.
A demonstrated commitment to high academic standards for athletic training students and their ability to succeed clinically.
Demonstrated record of professionalism.
Evidence of ability to interact positively with athletic training students, student athletes, colleagues and the public.
Evidence of strong organizational skills and effective oral and written communication skills.
Evidence of compatibility with the philosophy of intercollegiate athletics at North Dakota State University.
Eligible for North Dakota Licensure.
Experience working with collegiate basketball.
Bachelor’s degree from an Accredited Athletic Training Curriculum.
Previous Approved Clinical Instructor experience.
About North Dakota State University
North Dakota State University is a student-focused, land-grant, research university — an economic engine that educates students, conducts primary research, creates new knowledge and advances technology. The university provides affordable access to an excellent education at a top-ranked institution that combines teaching and research in a rich learning environment, educating future leaders who will create solutions to national and global challenges that will shape a better world.
NDSU is a major research university of 14,400 students. The university’s researchers are leaders in areas such as nanotechnology, microelectronics, polymers, food safety, plant science, vaccinology, biotechnology, robotics and materials science.
NDSU is listed as 83 among 402 public universities based NDSU’s research expenditures reported to the National Science Foundation. In addition, NDSU is listed in the National Science Foundation’s top 100 in several areas, including: agricultural sciences, social sciences, physical sciences, chemistry, and computer sciences.
NDSU is a member of The Summit League and Missouri Valley Football Conference with an affiliate membership in the Big 12 Conference ...for wrestling.
NDSU has a storied history of athletic success including 25 team national championships since 1965 in football, women’s basketball, wrestling, softball, men’s cross country and women’s indoor track and field.
Since completing the reclassification to NCAA Division I in 2008, the Bison have won five football national championships, made three NCAA men’s basketball tournaments, eight softball regionals and one super regional, three NCAA women’s volleyball postseason appearances, NCAA regionals in women’s soccer, women’s golf and baseball, and produced several All-Americans in track and field, cross country and wrestling.