Lecturer Semester

Updated: 4 months ago
Location: Campus, ILLINOIS
Job Type: PartTime

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Job Title:
Lecturer Semester

Medicine | Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

Position Overview

The primary responsibility of this position is the preparation and instruction of 50% of 3 credits of ATHRNG 4600: Psychosocial Aspects of Rehabilitation. Teaching will take place during the spring semester 2024 (January 1, 2024 through April 30, 2024). This is a 4.5 month position.  Teaching will occur with athletic training students in the Bachelor’s degree program in Athletic Training.  The work assignments will be based on the curriculum of the program and the teaching needs of the Division. 

  • Track: This is an associated faculty position, non-tenure.
  • Rank: Lecturer
  • Language Requirements: English
  • Sponsorship not offered

Performance Objectives

  • Update the master course in Carmen Canvas
  • Prepare new course material as needed in conjunction with the Division Director
  • Meet regularly with the Division Director, Clinical Coordinator, students, and other parties as required.
  • Attend faculty meetings
  • Conduct online classes, if needed, via CarmenZoom.
  • Undertake course management and administration of all assignments and examinations.

Minimum Education Requirements

Degree: Masters’ Degree

Fields/Majors: Athletic Training

Licensure Required:

Licenses Clinical Sports Psychologist

Additional Information:

Education and Experience Requirements

Recommended: Doctoral Degree

Required :  Masters degree in Sports Psychology or similar area

Experience in sports psychology and its relationship with clinical athletic training. Experience in delivering clinical education for psychosocial skills in rehabilitation process through the profession of athletic training. 

Desired: Doctoral Degree.  Teaching experience including a record of intentional teaching practice including (a) creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all learners, (b) using new techniques, activities and types of learning, (c) promoting diversity of thought, and (d) promoting open-minded exploration


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Position Type:
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Scheduled Hours:

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