UW Health Athletic Training Residency
Applications will be accepted until midnight, Friday, March 14, 2014.
Qualifications and Application Materials
The UW Health Athletic Training Residency Program prepares the athletic trainer to be a complete and versatile health care provider within the orthopedic clinic setting, with strong emphasis on research coordination and implementation.
- Athletic training licensure (or eligibility) in the state of Wisconsin
- NATA-BOC certification
- Three to five years experience as an athletic trainer is preferred
- Bachelors degree required
- Masters degree preferred
- CPR/AED Certification
- Proficiency in database management (Microsoft Access and Excel applications) required
Qualified candidates for the Athletic Training Residency should submit a formal employment application located in the Careers section of this website. You can go directly to https://careers.uwhealth.org/candidate/index.html to (for new applicants) create a username and password, and search for the residency listing.
Application deadline: Midnight, Friday, March 14, 2014
When applying, please include:
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- Contact information for three professional references
You can also apply via the National Athletic Trainers' Association website.
Select, qualified candidates will be contacted for mandatory on-site interviews, to be held April 11, 2014. Candidates will be responsible for all travel costs. All other accommodations will be provided by the UW Health Athletic Training Residency Program.
Stipend and Benefits
- The Athletic Training Resident will receive an annual stipend paid on a bi-weekly basis
- Program provides umbrella liability policy, continuing education funding, and funding for Orthopedic Tech Certification – OTC
- Comprehensive health insurance coverage including basic dental and vision
- Employee Reimbursement Account – pre-tax deductions made for reimbursement of approved medical and dependant care expenses
- Additional benefits include: Life Insurance, Tax Sheltered Annuity and Deferred Compensation
- Fourteen days of vacation/holiday time and five days of sick leave
- Full access to the University of Wisconsin recreation, education and cultural facilities.