The primary purpose of this entry-level position is to develop an expert in the field of Human Performance through the means of instruction and intern supervision while in the field, being an expert on the topic of sports care and providing lectures on such topics, supervising student research projects in the field of Human Performance and self-development. The fellow will be expected to:
Support the University in a Classroom environment, or other as directed, for a minimum of ten hours per week
Instruct classes as assigned by the Director such as, but not limited to: Intern supervision, Sports Physicals, Head Injuries in Sports, Advanced Extremities, Athletic Taping, etc.
Provide sports care coverage as directed for local schools and other athletic teams
Contribute to his/her own research interest(s) and other projects at the University
Offer mentorship to the interns and other students
Follow the CCE Residency Program Standards
Other duties as directed by the HPC Director
This is a full-time, benefits eligible opportunity.
Doctoral or professional degree in Chiropractic or other related health care field
0-2 years experience, 1-3 years managerial experience
Clinical skills with emphasis in sports care and performance as demonstrated by earned certifications and/or 0-2 years of practical experience
If a D.C., licensure is required
Strength & Conditioning certification is preferred
State EMT and/or Athletic Training Registration is preferred
Experience in teaching and student supervision, research, and leadership is preferred
Northwestern Health Sciences University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of any legally protected category including disability and protected veteran status.
About Northwestern Health Sciences University
Northwestern Health Sciences University is a progressive institution educating the next generation of health care professionals. Located in Bloomington, MN, the institution has been a fixture in the market since 1941.
The University has a clear mission and reputation of developing excellent academic and professional programs in what has been traditionally described as complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Their deep history is rooted in their founding of The College of Chiropractic, established over 70 years ago which continues to provide more than 85% of the practicing Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) in the state of Minnesota.
While the institution’s history is rooted in the chiropractic profession, the University strives to position itself as an institution focused more broadly on health and wellness. As the demand for graduates in chiropractic, acupuncture, nutrition, traditional Chinese medicine and massage therapy continues to grow, NWHSU is uniquely positioned to offer training in a range of patient care options that are natural, evidence based, non-invasive and integrated with traditional medicine. Its more than 130 faculty members annually teach about 1,000 stu...dents across degree and certificate programs and 7,000 continuing education students. NWHSU has more than 7,500 graduates throughout the U.S. and in 21 countries. The University is a not-for-profit institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Its 25-acre, non-residential campus in Bloomington, Minnesota is eight miles from MSP Airport and ten miles from downtown Minneapolis.