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Future Athletic Training Positions

Due to the continuous expansion of the sports medicine department, we have various one-year positions available. Typically, these positions start prior to or at the beginning of each academic fall quarter. Please check throughout the year for new positions or openings.

Intern Athletic Trainer Application Procedure

Description: The positions are contracted through Novacare Physical Therapy with all work commitments in the Department of Athletics at the University of Cincinnati. To work as an ATC under the supervision of the staff athletic trainers and report directly to the head athletic trainer. Provide medical care and coverage for Division I student-athletes and athletic teams as assigned. Assist in the instruction and supervision of athletic training students as an ACI.

Qualifications: Must be NATABOC certified and be eligible for licensure in the state of Ohio upon start date.

Service Commitment: 10 month position

Benefits: Full medical benefits to include health, dental, and vision insurance.

Application Procedure: Send, email, or fax cover letter, resume, transcripts and 3 letters of recommendation to:

Joseph T. Rauch, Asst. Athletic Trainer
University of Cincinnati
P.O. Box 210021
Richard E. Lindner Athletics Center, Suite 265
2751 O'Varsity Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0021
(513) 556-4352 office
(513) 556-0691 fax
joseph.rauch@uc.edu

Graduate Assistant Application Procedure

Description: To work as an ATC under the supervision of the staff athletic trainers and report to the head athletic trainer. Provide medical care and coverage for Division I student-athletes and athletic teams as assigned. Assist in the instruction and supervision of athletic training students as an ACI.

Qualifications: Prospective students must be NATABOC certified upon start date and eligible for licensure in the state of Ohio. Students must be accepted in the graduate program before a position is determined. An overall 3.0 GPA and GRE of 1000 is recommended for applying.

Graduate programs: Applicants can choose from two areas within the Health Promotion and Education program.

MEd in Health Promotion and Education
Health and Exercise Management

MEd in Health Promotion and Education
Community Health Promotion

Dates of service: 10 months (September to June)

Benefits: Full tuition waiver, yearly stipend of approximately $9,500. 15% discount at the university bookstore.

Application Procedure: Applicants must apply directly to the Graduate School http://www.grad.uc.edu in addition to sending cover letter, resume and at least 3 letters of reference to Dr. Randall Cottrell. Interviews will only be granted to those individuals who have been accepted into the graduate program. Applications will be accepted till March 30th and allocation of graduate students will be made in April.

Graduate Program Contact:
Randall Cottrell, DEd
TEACHERS 526-C
P.O. Box 210002
Cincinnati, OH 45221
(513) 556-3861 office
(513) 556-3898 fax
randall.cottrell@uc.edu

Position Contact:
Joseph T. Rauch, Asst. Athletic Trainer
(513) 556-4352 office
joseph.rauch@uc.edu