Athletic Trainer 100
Purpose: The athletic trainer works under the supervision of the head athletic trainer and supervises the care of student-athletes competing in the University's athletic program.
Duties: Provides/direct medical services to teams as assigned, and assists in the supervision of medical services for all student-athletes to include:
- Provides/directs medical services to teams as assigned, and assists in the supervision of medical services for all student-athletes to include:
- Prevention of athletic injuries
- Recognition and evaluation of athletic injuries
- Acute care of athletic injuries
- Rehabilitation of athletic injuries
- Probable sport assignments: women's volleyball, track & field, and softball; subject to change based on department needs, experience, and other factors
- Assist in the organization and administration of athletic training to include:
- Participate in pre-participation physical examinations for all athletes
- Clinical education and supervision of athletic training students (optional)
- Maintaining and supervising maintenance of accurate medical records for all athletes
- Coverage of athletic team practices and events
- Informing the coaching staff of the physical and emotional status of their athletes as it pertains to their participation in that particular sport.
- Travel with athletic teams as necessary based on sport schedules and events
- Education and advising of athletes regarding personal health.
- Daily communication with team physicians
Duties not program-specific:
- Supports the total athletic program
- Demonstrates integrity and upholds the values and mission of the University.
- Committee assignments and other duties appropriate to skills and training as assigned by supervisors
- Contributes to team effort by welcoming new and different work requirements; exploring new opportunities to enhance the services of the division; helping others accomplish related job results as and where needed.
Primary Contacts: Department Director, Associate Director, Head Athletic Trainer, coaching staff, athletic training staff, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Health Science faculty, team physicians
Supervision Exercised: Athletes, Athletic Training Students
Supervision Received: Works under general direction toward broadly defined objectives; refers specific problems to the Head Athletic Trainer only when clarification or interpretation of organizational policies is involved. May also receive direction from Team Medical Director and Team Physician(s).
- Education: Bachelors degree required. Master's degree preferred & Board of Certification (BOC) certified in Athletic Training and Ohio Licensed in Athletic Training
- Experience: Two to four years of college athletic training preferred. Clinical supervision of athletic training students experience preferred
- Specialized Training: Excellent verbal and written communications. Proficient in use of Microsoft Office software. Proficient in use of: Athletic Training supplies and equipment, therapeutic modalities, computer, and software. Valid drivers license required. CPR for the Professional Rescuer is required.
Mount St. Joseph University offers a wide array of benefit options, to meet the financial, educational, health, and wellness needs of you and your family. Eligibility varies by position and FTE.
- Tuition Remission for you and your family.
- Retirement contributions up to 7% of your salary.
- Excellent benefits including medical, employer HSA contributions, dental, vision, life, parental leave.
- Generous PTO.
- 16 paid holidays.
- Competitive salaries.
- Opportunity to work in a dynamic and inclusive educational environment.
- Professional development opportunities.
To apply, please upload a cover letter, resume, and contact information with three professional references via Paycom.
A review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Mount St. Joseph University is an Equal Opportunity Employer