Southeastern Louisiana University's Department of Kinesiology
and Health Studies invites applications for the position of
full-time tenure track or clinical faculty position at the
Assistant or Associate Professor level to serve as Clinical
Education Coordinator of the Master of Science in Athletic Training
(MSAT) Program. The successful candidate will be charged with
overseeing clinical education within the CAATE and University
standards. Additionally, an emphasis will be placed upon quality
instruction within the MSAT and athletic training education.
Appointment begins January 11, 2022.
Instructional Responsibilities will include (didactic and/or lab)
within the MSAT; coordinate all aspects of graduate clinical
education, including, but not limited to: oversight and evaluation
of a diverse clinical education, develop emerging clinical sites,
being a liaison between the MSAT and Preceptors, attention to
meeting and maintaining the CAATE standards and ensuring quality
clinical experiences intended to augment athletic training
education. Additional responsibilities include: advise and mentor
athletic training students; assist the Program Director in the
recruitment, retention, and preparation of athletic training
students; work with the Program Director to maintain CAATE
standards and continually evaluate the MSAT; emphasize best
practices, current professional issues and trends by demonstrating
contemporary expertise and work cooperatively and collaboratively
with the faculty within the Program, College, and University; and
fulfillment of the duties and responsibilities within the
University faculty handbook.
Applicants must have a terminal degree in athletic training or
related field, current BOC certification and eligibility for
Louisiana licensure, and familiarity and applied knowledge
(clinical and classroom settings) with CAATE accreditation
Evidence of a minimum of three (3) years of teaching experience in
CAATE accredited program, evidence of successful experience
managing clinical education within athletic training, evidence of
prior and/or contemporary clinical experience in athletic training,
demonstration of a commitment to interact effectively with
students, faculty, and staff from a variety of diverse settings and
backgrounds, evidence of clinical experience in
emerging/non-traditional (“non-sport”) settings, and experience
guiding student-led research, particularly emphasizing
evidence-based best practices.
Complete the entire application online and include all education
and work experience and the names and contact information for at
least three references on your application.
Attach an electronic copy of the cover letter,
resume/vita, and copies of transcripts from all
colleges/universities attended (official transcripts required upon
Southeastern is an AA/ADA/EEO employer.