University of Mount Olive has an immediate opening for a full-time Director of Sports Medicine. Responsibilities include establishing policies and procedures and managing all aspects of the sports medicine program with primary emphasis on the health, safety, and welfare of student-athletes. Duties include the prevention, evaluation, treatment, referral, and rehabilitation of injuries/illnesses; working with team doctors and serving as liaison for all medical services; managing the operation of the athletic training room; staffing athletic contests; supervising three full-time assistant athletic trainers; managing the athletic training budget; and ordering equipment and supplies. The director also serves as a member of the department’s senior administrative team and as the department’s designated Health Care Administrator. This is a full-time, 10-month (August 1 – May 31) position, with benefits.
Master’s degree in Athletic Training or related field required. Candidate must be nationally certified in good standing with the Board of Certification. CPR/AED and First Aid certification required. Licensed or eligible for licensing in the state of North Carolina required. College athletics work experience preferred. Candidate must possess strong organizational skills, effective oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work independently.
Send cover letter, resume, and list of at least three references to: Jeff Eisen, Vice President for Athletics, University of Mount Olive, firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications accepted until position is filled.
University of Mount Olive is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body and welcomes applicants from underrepresented groups.
About University of Mount Olive
University of Mount Olive is a private four-year institution located in eastern North Carolina, one hour from Raleigh and one and one-half hours from the coastal city of Wilmington. An NCAA Division II member of Conference Carolinas, UMO sponsors 22 competitive intercollegiate sports teams. UMO has finished first or second in the standings for the Hawn Cup, the conference award for the top overall athletics program, in each of the last nine years, and the average team GPA has been over a 3.0 for the last 18 semesters. To learn more about the University of Mount Olive and its athletics program, visit www.umotrojans.com.