Initiate research and scholarship; disseminate results to appropriate professional forums; teach graduate courses in the athletic training graduate entry level and post professional programs; advise graduate students; contribute to student recruitment; participate in outreach including university service and professional associations.
BOC Athletic Trainer; PhD/EdD in related field; demonstrated evidence of effective college teaching. Demonstrated research and publication experience; student advising experience; active participation in professional organizations. As well as demonstrated effective oral/written communication skills, computer/technology skills, and collegiality skills.
Preferred Qualifications: PhD/EdD in Kinesiology, Exercise Science or Biomechanics. Three to five years of demonstrated effective college teaching experience. Demonstrated scholarly competence and an established line of research; ability to seek external funding; graduate student advising and curriculum development; Demonstrated research, grant writing and publication experience; student recruiting experience; active participation in professional organizations.
The ideal candidate will be able to develop relationships within the national organization, collaborate with other faculty to produce high quality publications in athletic training journals, have evidence of using technology in the classroom, be a self-directed individual with ability to work on team projects, and support the NDSU land-grant mission of teaching, research, and service.
Open Until Filled:
Internal/External Simultaneously: Open to all applicants
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Submit letter of application, vita, and names, addresses, telephone numbers, and E-mail addresses of three references that are knowledgeable of previous education/professional work experiences. Additional information may be requested.
this position is exempt from North Dakota’s Veterans’ Preference requirements
Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse, Fargo, ND