• Serve as a Graduate Associate Athletic Trainer for Women's Soccer
  • Provide coverage (including daily practices and games) for assigned sports
  • Assist in the daily operation and maintenance of the athletic training room
  • Assist the staff in various administrative responsibilities
  • Attend all assigned staff and department meetings
  • Serve as a clinical instructor supervisor in a CAATE accredited athletic training education program


  • NATABOC certification upon commencement of position
  • American Red Cross Certification for the Professional Rescuer or equivalent
  • Meet qualifications for admittance into Graduate School
  • Athletic training experience with a variety of sports at the collegiate level
  • Good communication skills and ability to handle stressful situations appropriately
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks efficiently
  • Ability to work professionally with other staff and students


  • $8,600 stipend for 10 months commencing in August and ending in June
  • Full tuition waiver
  • Major Medical Health Insurance (No Dental or Vision)
  • Additional compensation ($12.00 per hr.) provided before school starts
  • Opportunity to work summer sports camps
  • Professional development funds provided to cover NATA membership dues, Washington State Licensure, as well as attending the NATA National Symposium

Application Procedure:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume with a minimum of 3 references
  • Graduate School Application
  • 3 letters of recommendation addressing your academic ability toward Graduate School

Application Deadline:

  • Applications will be reviewed immediately until position is filled
  • Applications must be mailed to:

Brian Norton, MS, ATC
Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine
Eastern Washington University
207 Physical Education Building
Cheney, WA 99004
(509) 359-6971 (office)
(509) 359-7388 (fax)

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