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University of Toledo: Associate Professor, Athletic Training

Announcement of Faculty Position
School of Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, Athletic Training Program University of Toledo

Specialization: Athletic Training
Rank: Associate Professor
Term: Nine-month Tenure Track Appointment
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience Starting Date: August 2017

Qualifications (Required)

  • ♦  Terminal Degree, earned doctorate in athletic training or closely associated field
  • ♦  Board of Certification Athletic Trainer
  • ♦  Eligible for Ohio Athletic Training Licensure

    Qualifications (Preferred)

  • ♦  3+ years of collegiate-level teaching experience, preferably in a post-professional athletic training program
  • ♦  Knowledge of, or experience as a Director of a Post-Professional Athletic Training program
  • ♦  Record of high quality teaching in athletic training
  • ♦  Professional experience in clinical science
  • ♦  Record of high-quality publications in peer-reviewed journals
  • ♦  Record of involvement in internally and/or externally funded grants


  • ♦  Serve as Director of the Post-Professional Athletic Training Program
  • ♦  Teach courses in the CAATE-Accredited Professional and Post-Professional Athletic Training

    Programs as well as in the School of Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences as determined by

    expertise and availability

  • ♦  Collaborate with students and faculty in the School of Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, as

    well as other appropriate departments across the College and University

  • ♦  Background, ability, and strong interest to conduct research related to the athletic training field
  • ♦  Serve as an advisor for masters’ theses and doctoral dissertation research
  • ♦  Participate in department, college and university service

    Formed in July 2016, The School of Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences is one of four schools in the University’s College of Health and Human Services. Students are provided degree programs at the

undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. Undergraduate students may choose to major in Exercise Science, Respiratory Care or Recreational Therapy. Concentrations and specializations within the BS in Exercise Science Program include, Human Performance and Fitness Promotion and Pre-Health Care professions (Pre-PT, Pre-OT, Pre-PA, Pre-AT and Pre-Med). The department also provides instruction in microbiology, pathophysiology, and anatomy and physiology to many students in non-kinesiology majors. Areas of emphasis at the MS level include Athletic Training, Exercise Physiology, Recreation Administration and Recreational Therapy. Professional Doctoral Programs include Occupational Therapy (DOT) and Physical Therapy (DPT). A Doctorate of Philosophy in Exercise Science Program is also available to students interested in developing an individualized program that reflects a combination of their professional goals and the research specialization of their advisor. Additional information on the College of Health and Human Services can be found on the college website; .

Application Procedure:

To apply, go to to submit the following required items: 1. letter of application,
2. complete, current curriculum vitae,
3. statement of teaching

4. statement of research
5. list of professional references

Any questions should be directed to:
Dr. Frank Pizza, Search Committee Chair
School of Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, Mailstop # 119 College of Health and Human Services
University of Toledo
Toledo, OH 43606

email: Phone: 419-530-4178
Fax: 419-530-2477

Deadline: Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. Applicants are encouraged to submit their materials by February 24th, 2017 for full consideration.

Appointment Date: The position will begin August 2017.

The University of Toledo is an affirmative action, equal opportunity, equal access, Title IX employer. The University is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.