minimum $16.46 maximum $24.70
Optimizes the health, safety and general well being of all
student athletes participating in school system sanctioned
athletics, during practice and contest times. Records status of
athletes to respective coaches and physicians.
Actively demonstrates the organization's mission and core
values, and conducts oneself at all times in a manner consistent
with these values. Knows and adheres to all laws and regulations
pertaining to patient health, safety, medical information. Complies
with regulatory agency (NATA, JCAHO, Health Professionals Bureau,
etc.) standards and regulations. Clinical Treatment:
Coordinates training room activities during treatment
Administers treatments to injured or ill athletes in
consultation with the team physician.
Responsible for the rehabilitation program and supervises the
training program for the injured athlete for the purpose of
returning to athletic competition.
Determines in consultation with the team physician, if an
athlete is physically able to return to competition.
Recognizes and manages minor injuries or illnesses during
athletic practices and competition by administering first-aid
treatments as required by the situation.
In cases of major injury or illnesses, refers to the team
physician or emergency medical service for immediate attention and
makes appropriate appointments and referrals.
Applies protective and injury preventative devices such as tape,
bandaging and bracing.
Keeps coaches informed of the status of the injured or ill
athlete, as well as the compliance of the athlete in the
Coordinates athletic training and supplies for teams traveling
without direct athletic training support.
Provides contest coverage for home events in all sports
including IHSAA events (as is practical and deemed as priority and
so assigned). Provides coverage for all varsity football and
basketball contests, home and away when no home events conflict
Works with athletic director to ensure the school's capability
for handling emergencies and medical care for ill or injured
Participates in team pre-participation physical examination
Maintains an inventory and makes recommendations for athletic
training services, including ordering supplies and replacing
/repairing defective equipment used in trainers room as may be
appropriate form time to time.
Coordinates the use of proper protective equipment, injury
prevention techniques and conditioning methods with team
Maintains records related to injury/illness occurrences and the
rehabilitative course of the injured athlete. Participates as
requested in orientation of other staff. Makes appropriate
recommendations and referrals for additional services. Consults
with other professionals and/or appropriately seeks assistance from
co-workers as needed. Engages patient using interpersonal dynamics
to facilitate and effect therapeutic changes. Implements and
participates in injury and illness prevention procedures and
education for student athletes. Provides supervision and training
to student athletic trainers. Participates in student program, as
appropriate, and based on level of experience and expertise.
Performs other duties consistent with purpose of job as
JOB SPECIFICATIONS AND CORE COMPETENCIES
Education: Requires professional education culminating in a
Bachelor of Science Degree with an emphasis in Sports
Medicine/Athletic training from an accredited academic program.
Licensure: Must be certified in the State of Indiana as an
Experience: Previous experience in a sport rotation preferred,
will accept a new graduate from an accredited college.
Other Job Requirements:
Must be able to adjust of varying treatment loads and
Requires flexible work schedule including weekends.
Considerable initiative, judgment and problem solving
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written are
Assigned hours within your shift, starting time, or days of work
are subject to change based on departmental and/or organizational
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