Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
4 Year Degree
Rutgers University and RWJ Barnabas Health invite applications for the position of Physical Therapist / Athletic Trainer to provide services to the University's intercollegiate athletic population. The successful candidate will assist with the supervision and coordination of the medical care for student-athletes within the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics, including but not limited to: injury prevention, evaluation, management, and treatment of athletic injuries, short-term and long-term rehabilitation of athletic injuries, education and counseling of student-athletes, and athletics related health care administration in consultation with and under the supervision of the Chief Medical Officer, Associate Athletic Director/Director of Sports Medicine and Director of Athletic Training Services, Team Physician(s), and other qualified medical personnel. She or he will incorporate and maintain current rehabilitative instruction guidelines for all Rutgers University Sports Medicine Staff at 3 sports medicine facilities.
Please submit all applications at https://www.healthcaresource.com/rwjuh/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=110601#
Applications sent directly to department personnel without submission via this link will not be considered.
Must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in athletic training, from an approved curriculum.
Must possess a degree from an institution that is recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association’s Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.
Must be certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC).
Must be certified by the American Physical Therapy Association.
Must possess Athletic Training Licensure in the State of New Jersey.
Must possess Physical Therapy Licensure in the State of New Jersey.
About Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
The Rutgers Division of Intercollegiate Athletics sponsors 24 intercollegiate sports, comprised of 14 women’s and 10 men’s programs, that compete at the Division I level. The Scarlet Knights are members of the prestigious Big Ten Conference, the nation’s premier academic and athletic conference, after officially joining the league on July 1, 2014. Known as “The Birthplace of College Football, Rutgers hosted Princeton on Nov. 6, 1869 in the first intercollegiate football game, with RU earning a 6-4 victory.