Our ideal candidate would:
• Have a Bachelor's, Master's, or Doctoral Degree in Athletic Training
• Have the required state licensure, certification, and registration that is in good standing with the state or the ability to obtain the required state licensure
• Provide a CPR/AED/BLS (basic life support) certification or have the ability to obtain it prior to start of employment; maintain and provide proof of current certification(s)
• Have some advanced education, training, or certification is a bonus (neuro care, sports medicine, etc.)
• Have the ability to stand, walk, and sit throughout the entire assigned shift
• Have a high degree of professionalism in both written and verbal communication
• Have strong computer skills, including proficiency with databases and with Microsoft Office applications, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
• Have the ability to work both independently and in a team environment, without constant supervision
• Be able to maintain confidentiality
• Provide athletic training services as defined by state law to assigned facilities, schools, or events.
• Participate in community activities as assigned.
• Evaluate and treat athletic related injuries as directed in the practice act of the state in which the job is located.
• Under the direction of the Medical Director, administers rehabilitation treatments as allowed by local and state law.
• Covers home and away athletic events at contracted schools as assigned.
• Renders first aid to injured athletes.
• Communicate with team physicians as required and facilitates referrals as needed.
• Support the musculoskeletal system through the application of braces, supports, wraps and tapes.
• Treat chronic minor injuries and related disabilities to maintain athletes' performance.
• May perform other duties and serve on committees as assigned.