ATHLETIC TRAINERS INTERN
The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) has open Athletic Trainer Intern positions. Responsibilities include: Coverage of Intercollegiate athletic team practices and games, athletic training room supervision, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and other duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine. The internship is a 10 month position beginning July 13, 2015 and ending May 13, 2016. Stipend is $15,000 with a choice of purchasing medical coverage. Qualifications: Minimum requirement of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited athletic training program and NATABOC Eligible. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to: Karlene Durisko, Payroll and Benefits Administrator, NAAA, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402. Facsimiles are acceptable and will be received at (410) 293-8951. Applications will be accepted until March 31, 2015. AA/EOE.
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS FOR SPORTS MEDICINE
The Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA) is seeking an Associate Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine to supervise a comprehensive sports medicine program that provides athletic training services for 33 Division I Varsity Sports. The individual will be responsible for the successful coordination of all athletic training services for practices, game day, athletic training facilities and the prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of varsity athletic injuries. Will coordinate and supervise an extensive athletic training staff and serve as the NAAA liaison to coaches and the U.S. Navy medical staff. Duties also include the day-to-day operations of six training rooms and overseeing an annual budget that services all sports. Program.
Requirements: A minimum of 5 years documented success as a respected leader in this field and proven ability and effectiveness in overseeing and administering an extensive medical staff, degree in Athletic Training or related field with a Masters or advanced degree preferred, BOC Certified and eligible for licensure in Maryland.
Candidates must possess the expertise, fully understand, and effectively communicate the comprehensive role of sports medicine and student-athlete wellbeing. The Naval Academy Athletic Association offers a dynamic working environment, competitive salary, and excellent benefits package. This is a NAAA non-government contracted position.
Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to:
Karlene Durisko, NAAA
566 Brownson Road
Facsimiles are acceptable and will be received at 410- 293-8951.
The Naval Academy Athletic Association is an EEO/AA employer.