Waldorf University is seeking interested and qualified candidates for a full-time Athletic Trainer. Part-time PRN Trainer opportunities may also be available. Full-time appointments are for 10 months starting in the last week in July no later than August 1st, ending after the 3rd week in May no later than the end of May (annually). Training services requested and assigned during summer months will be paid separately. Responsibilities include assisting the Head Athletic Trainer with all training aspects in support of a NAIA athletic program covering over 20 sport teams. This includes but is not limited to; prevention, assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, referrals, and administration of athletic injuries. Schedule will vary based on assigned sport/season and will include nights and some weekends in addition to possible travel during post-season as schedule allows. Weekly clinic hours will be scheduled by Head Athletic Trainer. Benefits: For Full-time appointments…Waldorf University offers a comprehensive benefit package with including: health, life, LTD, 401k match and tuition benefits for employees and their families, in addition to options in dental, vision, supplemental and voluntary life insurances and FLEX spending plan. Part-time appointments are eligible for 401k participation. To Apply: Interested and qualified candidates are asked to apply through the link below, upload their application materials including a letter of interest outlining qualifications and skill sets, a resume, and contact information for at least three professional references. Final candidate(s) will be subject to a background investigation.
Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until all positions are filled. More information about Waldorf and Waldorf Athletics Department, visit: https://www.waldorf.edu/about, http://www.waldorfwarriors.com/ Check out the Forest City aerial video created and produced by Waldorf’s very own History Professor, Dr. Kevin Mason, for his “Notes on Iowa” project https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRDnPXu7GYI Since 1903, Waldorf University has created opportunities for learning and service to students seeking well-rounded lives through education by establishing engaging online and residential communities centered on learning and faith. As a liberal arts university with core values Waldorf offers a curriculum to liberate the way students think so that they may develop a basic understanding and knowledge of how those in a variety of disciplines think and approach life. As a liberal arts university, Waldorf seeks to instill values of service, community, critical inquiry, and lifelong learning in each student and in the very culture of the college community. These values and this education prepare our graduates to understand and contribute to life in our complex and ever-changing world.
Qualifications / Education / Experience
- BOC certification and eligible for Iowa licensure
- Current CPR, AED & First-Aid Certification required
- Must be able to work nights and week-ends
- Must have a current, valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
- Knowledge of injury tracking software programs, Microsoft Office and various modalities preferred
- Experience working with collegiate athletes a plus