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Philadelphia, PA
Assistant Athletic Trainer
Philadelphia, PA
Walker Group
Philadelphia, PA
Assistant Athletic Trainer
  • Provide assistance to other staff members with the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries for all student athletes
  • Under their direction the Assist Athletic Trainer will assist with supervision of graduate assistant athletic trainers
  • Work closely with and under the supervision of team physicians to provide optimal medical care
  • May supervise work-study students that perform daily duties to ensure the operation of the athletic training facility
  • Assist in oversight of graduate assistant and student athletic trainers
  • Manage medical records and documentation, assist student-athletes in navigating the health insurance and health care system
  • Assist with filing essential paperwork for proper medical documentation, and oversees medical insurance claims
Los Angeles, CA
Athletic Trainer
Los Angeles, CA
Feest, Hagenes and Jaskolski
Los Angeles, CA
Athletic Trainer
  • Perform duties of student-athlete injury management, acute management, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention
  • Assist Assistant AD for Sports Medicine in the recruitment, supervision and training of graduate assistant and student athletic trainers
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the performance of duties
  • Supervise, train and provide work direction to student assistants
  • Provides assistance to the Research Manager
  • Functions as a professional role model and resource person providing guidance to coworkers
  • Demonstrates/models the Network’s Service Excellence Standards of Performance in interactions with all customers (internal and external)
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San Francisco, CA
Head Athletic Trainer
San Francisco, CA
MacGyver-Hackett
present
San Francisco, CA
Head Athletic Trainer
present
  • Counseling/advising intercollegiate student athletes/coaches regarding health/conditioning/illness/injury
  • Manages and coordinates the Athletic Training Program for the Athletic Department, including budget monitoring and strategic planning
  • Oversee budget responsibilities of inventory, bid process, ordering, stocking and maintaining all supplies and equipment
  • Coordinate all the disbursement, collection, and processing of student-athlete paperwork and baseline testing
  • Maintain the organization, administration, inventory, and staffing of athletic training facilities
  • Assist the athletic training department by sitting on different committees (interview, student worker search, etc.)
  • Participate in the clearance and evaluation of incoming and returning student-athletes
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training
Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training
Florida International University
Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training
Skills Skills
  • Possesses a strong work ethic and a high level of professionalism
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and patients while maintaining quality of service
  • Ability to stay updated technically and apply new knowledge to the job
  • Ability to multi-task, manage details and organize efficiently and effectively
  • In-depth knowledge of basic training program principles for variety of sports
  • Applicable sections of State Education Code and other applicable laws
  • Athletic training equipment quality, cost, types and durability
  • Ability to gain and maintain working knowledge of university, Big 12, and NCAA rules and regulations
  • Able to communicate well and build rapport quickly with students, coaches and administrators
  • Ability to project a pleasant and professional image
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Senior Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop and lead physical health and stamina related programs for Cast Members
  • Work closely with operating teams to develop relevant warm up and strengthening programs for cast
  • Develop and present injury prevention seminars and information sessions
  • Provide physical therapy to performers and cast members as needed
  • Provide basic first aid for performance related injuries
  • Track injuries, analyze trends, and develop plans to avoid future injuries/incidents
  • Work closely with the Show Support Manager to coordinate the purchase, maintenance and control of athletic training equipment and heat mitigation supplies
  • Manage the gym areas with regard to usage, equipment and materials
  • 4+ years’ experience in Physical Therapy, Entertainment, Sports or other related industry is an advantage
  • Strong leadership skills and initiative
  • Basic first aid skill required
  • Outgoing, empathetic with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Fluent in both English and Mandarin
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop physical health and stamina related programs for Performers and Entertainment Cast
  • Provide exercise, stretching and conditioning instruction for Performers
  • Provide physical therapy to Performers and Cast Members as needed
  • Give recovery advice on related injuries
  • Observe Performers and give advice to prevent injuries
  • Provide basic first aid to related injuries
  • Help maintain injury database and provide guidance to the Management team
  • Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy or related discipline
  • Experience in Physical Therapy, Entertainment, Sports or other related industry is an advantage
  • Self-starter with demonstrated ability to give direction, instruct and motivate front-line Cast Members and manage multiple priorities
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in athletic training or related field is required
  • 1-2 years of experience in athletic training is required; OR any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved
  • NATA/BOC Certification, along with eligibility for state of Missouri athletic trainer license
  • Current First Aid/AED for the Professional Rescuer certified
  • Must have demonstrated knowledge of NCAA rules and sports medicine standards of care, ability to apply NATA/BOC code of ethics to care, excellent organizational skills, strong communication skills, and a strong commitment to professional growth, demonstrated experience working effectively in a diverse environment, and experience working in a comprehensive sports medicine environment
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • NATA Board Of Certification
  • Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Athletic training knowledge specific to the sports of Columbia University
  • Experience delivering care specific to the Arts and Science of Athletic Training
  • An ability to build and maintain positive relationships with student-athletes, staff and alumni
  • Ability to work effectively with student-athletes, parents, faculty, administrators and alumni/ae
  • Ability to work within the framework of NCAA Division I and Ivy League regulations
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills required
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Carries out wellness and conditioning programs
  • Conducts job-site ergonomic analysis with the use of video movement analysis software as appropriate
  • Provides early intervention/first aid for employees in onsite clinics
  • Conducts physical fitness testing and pre-work screening
  • Conducts root cause analysis of injury/illness
  • Conducts ergonomic workstation assessments and provides corrective action to reduce risk of injuries
  • Conducts employee injury prevention education and training
  • Develops exercise programs specific to injury prevention and conditioning needs
  • Bachelor's degree in Athletic Training or related discipline required
  • A minimum of two years' experience in Athletic Training required
  • Experience and expertise in ergonomics, injury prevention and management of work related injuries/illnesses
  • Experience working in a manufacturing setting preferred
  • Athletic Training certification required for the state of Kentucky
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide education, prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries
  • Medical record keeping, documentation, and injury tracking / monitoring
  • Travel with respective teams to provide care and support while on the road for competition
  • Assist with various administrative duties to support the operations of the sports medicine program
  • The position requires regular evening and/or weekend work. The position will be expected to provide services during practices and competitions. The vast majority of the competitions will occur in the evening and on the weekends
  • The position requires occasional travel to provide support and care for student-athletes and coaches for away competition. Travel will be expected during high level competition that would include conference and national championships
  • The position is expected to able to adapt to environmental working conditions that can be dictated by weather
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Clinical experience (as an athletic training student) with male and female athletic injuries in the collegiate setting
  • NATABOC Certified
  • Connecticut Athletic Trainer License (or license eligible)
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine or National Strength & Conditioning Association certification preferred – CSCS; NASM-PES
  • Current and valid driver’s license
  • Individuals must have the ability to work flexible hours including nights and weekends
  • Work independently, as well as part of a team, in multi-tasking environment with strong sense of principles and ethics in regards to welfare of the student athlete
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Design/modify appropriate individual rehab of post-surgical/post-injury conditions
  • Responsible for the administration of Department athletic accident insurance policy
  • Communicate effectively with coaches/ student athletes re: injuries/playing status
  • Apply appropriate protective padding/braces/strapping/other orthotic devices
  • Supervision, and scheduling of Athletic Training Staff for game, practice, and clinical rehab coverage
  • Experience training multiple sports at the Collegiate (Division II preferred)
  • Must be able to motivate and effectively coach multiple types of athletes progressively and for injury prevention
  • Must be able to modify training for injured athletes
  • Be able to communicate the long-term goals of their training process; as well as, establish clear short-term goals
  • Effectively communicate verbally and in writing; develop effective working relationships with athletes and to serve as a liaison among athletes, coaching staff, parents, physicians and other health professionals
  • Bachelor's Degree required preferably in athletic training, physical education, kinesiology or related field of study
  • Possess a basic knowledge of Excel, Word and Outlook
  • First aid, CPR, AED certification required
  • NATA certification; eligibility of CT state licensure required
  • Thorough knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
  • Master's Degree in athletic training, physical education, kinesiology or related field of study
  • Athletic training experience with both women's and men's teams are preferred
  • Previous supervisory and/or leadership role preferred
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide coverage for athletic practice sessions and game events, both home and away
  • Supervise athletic training for student athletes
  • Maintain athletic training rooms as needed in order to provide the best training experience possible for student athletes
  • Perform administrative duties as needed
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel
  • Must be able to perform simple calculations
  • Must be familiar with conducting research on the Web, as well as creating online travel arrangements
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Training Services: Oversees the daily operation of the athletic training room; responsible for providing athletic training services, first aid, or emergency care for the student athletes and coaching staff; oversees procedures for the prevention, assessment, and treatment of athletic injuries; coordinates the rehabilitation of athletic injuries and referrals to healthcare providers; provides emergency care and first aid in the event of emergency until medical technicians, paramedics, physicians, or other health care providers arrive
  • Supervision: Supervises the workload, hours and scheduling of an assistant athletic trainerand student work staff
  • Recordkeeping: Maintains accurate and secure records related to individual injuries and personal medical history of athletes; maintains accurate records of expenses incurred while working within the provided budget; coordinates needed physicals for each athlete and maintain records; collect and keep on file all insurance information for each student/athlete
  • Communications/Public Relations: Maintains a positive rapport with coaches, faculty, staff and students; fosters relationships with team doctors and consultants; consults with parents/guardians of CTX student athletes regarding sports injuries when applicable
  • University Support: Serves on department and university committees as needed
  • Program Support: Attends all assigned home competitive athletic school events; oversees student work staff; serves as a Christian role model for the students; attends all assigned home team sport practices; coordinates coverage during dual events; serves as a resource for coaches, student-athletes, staff and faculty; attends yearly NATA and local trainer association meetings as allowed by budget; assists in department fundraising and other events; maintains a yearly inventory of equipment and supplies
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s and Master's degree in the appropriate area of specialization
  • Collegiate football athletic training experience
  • Fulfill requirements to apply for State Licensure with the NC Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners
  • Familiarity with NCAA governing rules
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1 year of experience working in intercollegiate athletics
  • Oregon State Registration, or be eligible for registration in the State of Oregon as an Athletic Trainer
  • Master’s degree in Sports Medicine or similar field of study
  • Graduate Assistantship providing athletic training service to a women’s intercollegiate sports team
  • Experience providing athletic training service to a variety of intercollegiate sports teams
  • 2) Letter of application
  • 3) Resume
  • 4) Contact information for three references
  • 5) Unofficial copy of transcript for highest degree earned
  • Verification of NATBOC certification will be required prior to hire
  • Criminal Background Check will be required as a condition of employment
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervise the management and operation of NCAA D-III athletic training services for the health care needs of the intercollegiate athletic programs
  • Establish, implement and/or update all appropriate policies and procedures relative to the BW sports medicine program and NCAA guidelines
  • Provide athletic training coverage to selected intercollegiate programs as determined and assign program coverage to the other athletic trainers as needed; will require travel, evenings and weekends
  • Oversee the management of athletic training facilities, budget, equipment and supplies
  • Serve as a Preceptor for athletic training students
  • Coordinate weekly physician clinics
  • Coordinate rehabilitation programs
  • Oversee the submission and processing of insurance claims
  • Maintain a comprehensive athletic training medical filing system, keeping records on pre-participation exams, injury reports, referrals, rehabilitation and follow-up care
  • Foster a cooperative work environment and provide mutual support with all constituencies and colleagues. Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
  • Represent the program and Baldwin Wallace University with sportsmanship, integrity, and a high degree of professionalism
  • Bachelor's Degree required; Master's Degree preferred
  • Current BOC certification and State of Ohio licensure or eligible to obtain; strength and conditioning certification preferred
  • Must have demonstrated knowledge of NCAA rules and sports medicine standards of care, ability to apply NATA & BOC code of ethics to care; NCAA D-III experience is preferred
  • A minimum of 5 years working experience as a certified athletic trainer, as well as administrative duties in overall operation of athletic training services with a variety of diverse athletic training experience, including football
  • Individual must have strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and the ability to positively interact with student-athletes, athletic training students, parents, coaches, staff, faculty, administrators, alumni, physicians, and the medical community
  • Excellent organization and computer skills required
  • CPR/AED certification required; Instructor status preferred
  • Must possess and maintain valid driver's license and complete University van certification training
  • Must successfully complete a background check and Stewards of Children training
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Physical Therapy Assistant / Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Associate’s degree or higher in PTA from an accredited program and a current physical therapy assistant license for the state of Pennsylvania is required for the PTA position
  • B.S. in Athletic Training or related field and certification in Athletic Training required for the Athletic Trainer position
  • CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications required for both positions
  • Knowledge of OSHA first aid standards required for both positions
  • Experience in treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, worker’s comp, ergonomics, workstation evaluations, and exercise and fitness in accordance with PTA
  • Ability to multi-task as well as work quickly and accurately
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills including the ability to develop effective business relationships will all levels of the organization
  • Computer proficiency including at minimum Microsoft Work, Outlook and Intermediate level Excel
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluate injured patients; administer first aid, emergency medical care, and rehabilitation plans for injured patients
  • Provide appropriate care and treatment of acute and chronic injuries
  • Assist in decisions involving care and treatment of acute injuries
  • Maintain confidential patient records regarding injuries and accidents occurring during sports, drug testing, and relevant medical information
  • Maintain insurance records for patients, contact physician’s as necessary, insurance companies as necessary, serve as key contact for athletic insurance and process claims
  • Communicate effectively with athletic trainer and other staff and faculty on campus as well as with patients, coaches, physicians, physical therapists, and any member of the sports medicine network
  • Assist in gathering existing insurance coverage information on student athletes
  • Assist in budget development, inventory of current supplies, and ordering of needed supplies
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students
  • Additional duties as assigned
  • Knowledge and understanding of therapeutic modalities including, but not limited to: ultrasound, electrical stimulation, heating modalities, and cooling modalities
  • Knowledge of preventative taping and bracing
  • Knowledge and firm understanding of the healing process of the human body and how to incorporate rehabilitation program without compromising that process
  • Knowledge of manual therapy paradigms (joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, etc )
  • Knowledge of advanced screening paradigms
  • Ability to work with and without supervision; demonstrate an understanding, patient and receptive attitude toward patients
  • Ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form using appropriate and correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  • Ability to handle emergency situations
  • Ability to use electronic medical record system (Athletic Trainer System, Sports Ware, etc) or be receptive to instruction in how to use electronic medical record systems
  • Ability to meet requirements associated with tasks
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties
  • Bachelor’s Degree with course work in athletic training
  • National Certification as an Athletic Trainer
  • First Aid, CPR, & AED certified
  • Master’s Degree in Athletic Training, Physical Education, Health, Kinesiology, or a related field
  • Two years of experience related to duties and responsibilities of this classification
  • A COS application cover sheet which can be found at www.siskiyous.edu/employment/documents/ApplicationCoverSheet.pdf
  • A letter of application addressing the requirements and qualifications listed in this announcement. The letter should be five typed pages or less
  • A current resume, including educational background, professional experience, achievements and professional activities
  • Transcripts of college work. Foreign transcripts must include a U.S. evaluation and translation at the time of application. Copies are acceptable for application. Official transcripts will be required from the successful candidate
  • A list of four professional references, which include the reference’s title and current contact information
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Athletic Trainer Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Physical/Environmental Requirements
  • Visual acuity necessary to do editorial work, proof documents and web content, and manage files
  • Pre-employment Screening. Employment is contingent on the completion a criminal background screening and credit check
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Attend the annual all student-athlete informational meeting to review athletic training room policy and procedure including education on vital health issues related to athletics (e.g., concussion management, heat illness and hydration, sickle cell risk, MRSA, etc.)
  • Regularly inspect practice and competitive venue and environments for safety related issues and report any unsafe conditions to the administration
  • Work in conjunction with coaches to ensure safety in the design and implementation of fitness, nutrition and conditioning programs customized to meet individual student-athlete needs
  • Provide normal athletic training services for the University’s athletic department, including attendance at scheduled team practices and home and away competitions as necessary
  • Ensure that all student-athletes have been properly screened for athletic participation and competition, including receipt of all appropriate pre-participation examinations, documents and waivers included in Athletic Department policy
  • Utilize assessment skills and knowledge to properly evaluate and diagnose specific injuries that occur to University student-athletes. Coordinate referrals to appropriate medical specialists for injury evaluation
  • Develop and implement individualized rehabilitation programs to return student-athletes to safe play following injury
  • Assist in regular review of Athletic Training policy and procedural aspects related to student-athlete health care
  • Evaluate and recommend new techniques and equipment that would enhance the benefit of the sports medical program
  • Administer aspects of the secondary medical insurance provided to Biola student-athletes as a function of their participation
  • Assist with site coordination of both institutional and NCAA drug testing programs
  • Responsible for record keeping and documentation utilizing Sports-ware Online record management system
  • Responsible for training and supervision of student workers (student employees, internships, and volunteers within ATR)
  • Other duties as assigned by Head Athletic Trainer and/or Director of Athletics
  • As a Christian University, Biola requires that all employees be persons of Christian faith and willing to sign and agree to Biola's statement of faith
  • Bachelor’s degree in appropriate area of specialization and 4 – 5 years professional experience. Master’s degree preferred, 2 – 3 years professional experience
  • Keep up to date with continuing education units to maintain professional certification
  • Familiarity with the applicable governing affiliation policies and procedures
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Serve as the Head Athletic Trainer and primary medical contact for the football program. 2. Serve as the primary medical contact and liaison between members of the coaching staff, student-athletes, parents, physicians, members of the Student-Athlete Health & Welfare Team, other allied health personnel, sport administration, and others for the assigned sport(s). 3. Provide a high level of customer service and communication at all times to all entities. 4. Clinical application and administration of comprehensive health care and lifetime wellness services for student-athletes as assigned to include the prevention, evaluation, management, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses under the supervision of team physicians. 5. Attend assigned team practices, competitions, strength and conditioning sessions, and other team events as needed and/or directed. 6. Maintain a safe environment for student-athletes to include decision-making involving the ability of student-athletes to safely return to practice or competition following an injury and/or illness and communicate participation status with the appropriate personnel. 7. Travel with assigned team(s) as needed and/or directed. 8. Medical documentation and record keeping 9. Counseling and education of student-athletes. 10. Coordination of medical coverage for various athletic events, including Big 10 and NCAA Championship events. 11. Assist with University, Big 10, and/or NCAA Substance Abuse Testing as directed. 12. Maintain the organization, administration, inventory, and staffing of athletic training facilities. 13. Adhere to all policies and procedures as defined by the NCAA, Big 10 Conference, University of Michigan, and University of Michigan Department of Athletics. 14. Assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures. 15. Assist the Associate Athletic Director and team physicians with regard to the day-to-day management and supervision of the Student-Athlete Health and Welfare Department and personnel. 16. Adhere to the Code of Ethics and credentialing requirements of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) and the State of Michigan Bureau of Health Care Services. 17. Act as liaison with other members of the athletic department team in issues involving student-athletes, including compliance, academics, athletic counseling, nutrition, strength and conditioning, and others. 18. Supervision, education, and preceptor of students enrolled in the athletic training education program. 19. Supervision and education of other athletic trainers as assigned. 20. Participate in special projects, committees, or other initiatives as assigned. 21. Represent the University of Michigan and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at University, State, Regional, and national conferences and/or meetings as assigned. 22. Other duties as assigned
  • Athletic Training Student preceptor experience
  • Working knowledge of electronic medical record system
  • CPR/First Aid Instructor
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Athletic Trainer Intern Resume Examples & Samples

  • Possession of a National Athletic Training Certification (NATA) by July 1, 2016 (If a successful candidate does not obtain the NATA certificate by the required date, the Director of Athletic Training may grant an accommodation or waiver.)
  • Experience in athletic training in a variety of sports
  • Demonstrated ability to relate effectively with individuals from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds and project a professional attitude
  • Support the gender goals of the university
  • Maintain a courteous and professional attitude in stressful situations
  • A work history of regular attendance and positive performance evaluations
  • Master's Degree in Athletic Training or related field
  • Experience in working with a Division I institution
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • RI Athletic Training License required (to be obtained prior to hire date)
  • NATABOC Certification required
  • 75 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every three years required
  • A minimum of one year of relevant athletic training experience required
  • American Heart Association AED/CPR Certification for the healthcare provider
  • Lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling 20-50 pounds occasionally, 10-25 pounds frequently, or up to 10 pounds constantly
  • Occasional stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling
  • Frequent reaching, handling, talking, hearing, seeing
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to relate to and motivate student-athletes
  • Strong work ethic, passion for the profession and commitment to student-athletes
  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment and be a positive member of a team
  • Knowledge with computers and its programs, telephones and printers
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree and BOC certification
  • Master's degree and National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM-PES) or National Strength & Conditioning Association certification (CSCS) preferred
  • Massachusetts licensure required by starting date
  • Candidates must also demonstrate the ability to work well with athletic department members, and student-athletes as well as function effectively within the context of a competitive liberal arts NCAA Division III program with highly selective academic standards
  • Understand and utilize basic computer functions such as word processing, spreadsheets, internet search, and web-based patient medical records management
  • Assist students with health care needs and concerns by providing resources, guidance, and referral to appropriate health care providers
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Certified Intern Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in Athletic training, Health, Exercise Science, or related field
  • NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Graduate Assistantship providing athletic training service at the collegiate level
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in Athletic Training, Physical Education, or a related field is required. A Master’s degree is preferred
  • A minimum of one (1) year full-time employment experience as an athletic trainer is preferred. Strongly prefer athletic trainer experience in a college or university setting
  • Must possess a current and valid Texas State Athletic Training license (as issued by Texas Department of Health TOC 541) OR be eligible to immediately obtain this license
  • Strongly prefer National Athletic Trainers Association certification
  • Must have basic knowledge of NCAA governing rules for Division III Athletics
  • Must possess exceptional time management and detail-orientation skills
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must possess a valid Texas driver’s license and be insurable by UMHB auto insurance carrier
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in health science, kinesiology, athletic training, or closely related field
  • One to three years experience
  • Certified Athletic Trainer license
  • Three to five years of experience
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine
  • NATABOC Certified, CPR/AED certification
  • Eligible for state registration
  • Possess a knowledge specific to the field of athletic training
  • Ability to work with the public with tact and judgment
  • Experience in the field of athletic training
  • 1-3 years of experience at the D-1 level
  • Ability to work with insurance companies to insure payment, ability to follow University procurement policy, broad knowledge of prescription medications
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must be willing to contribute actively to the mission of the College as well as show respect for the Catholic and Assumptionist identity of Assumption College
  • Bachelor degree/Master’s preferred specializing in athletic training related field
  • Certification through the NATABOC and possess (or be able to secure) a MA State Athletic Training license
  • Possess current CPR/AED for the professional rescuer
  • Performance Enhancement Specialist/Corrective Exercise Specialist or similar certification preferred
  • SCOPE
  • Variable working hours including evenings/weekends/holidays and traveling with intercollegiate athletics teams
  • Interacts daily with student/athletes other college administrators, parents and physicians and other health professionals
  • Assist in the oversight of the daily operations of the Sports Medicine Department
  • Supervises student employees
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • NATABOC certified and in good standing
  • Applicant must be New York State licensed or eligible and have CPR/AED certification
  • Ability to meet University requirements to drive a University vehicle required
  • Master’s degree and NSCA or equivalent certification preferred
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s in Athletic Training or related field preferred
  • Must be certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), and hold (or obtain immediately upon hire) a Maine Athletic Trainers license
  • Knowledge of and experience with implementation of emergency action plans
  • Experience in an intercollegiate athletic setting preferred
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Administers exercises and controlled therapeutic modalities to treat or rehabilitate injuries such as heat, ultrasound, or ice applications as instructed by a qualified physician. Implements various regimens and applies strapping and bandages as needed
  • Travels with and attends to the team during assigned off-campus contests. Monitors and recommends all meals to ensure student-athletes receive appropriate and sufficient nourishment
  • Serves as a resource person and assists visiting team members to obtain special services. Arranges for medical care, locker facilities and others as requested
  • Supervises the treatment or referral to the Student Health Center or appropriate medical center unit and serves as the interface with medical personnel in the treatment of student-athletes
  • Serves as primary liaison between the Department of Athletics and medical personnel in arranging physical examinations and in coordinating and conducting post-injury rehabilitation for athletes
  • Assists and advises coaches in planning and implementing physical training programs; serves as the interface with the University dining hall in the planning and preparation of any special training menus
  • Serves as instructor in physical training and therapeutic procedures for any student athletic trainers
  • Prepares reports monitoring injuries and enters weekly summaries that furnish such information as the types of injuries and time-off losses
  • Establishes and maintains records, oversees the processing of insurance forms and prepares a variety of statistical reports and analyses as requested
  • Develops and submits budget recommendations; monitors, verifies, and reconciles expenditures; approves all vouchers for payment of athletes’ health care expenses
  • Develops and maintains a program of preventative physical care for the University’s athletic teams; determine and ensure the acquisition of safety equipment and supplies applicable to the respective intercollegiate sports
  • Designs and participates in implementing programs in strength training for the rehabilitation of injured athletes
  • Abides by all NCAA, Conference, and University regulations, policies and procedures. Reports any known or suspected NCAA violations to the Director of Athletics, Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance or the Faculty Athletics Representative. Violation of NCAA regulations shall be subject to disciplinary or corrective action up to, and including, termination of employment
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics
  • Master’s degree required
  • Athletic Training Certification (NATA) and eligible for PA State Certification
  • Strong communication and organizational skills
  • Commitment to NCAA and University rules
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Intercollegiate Athletics Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supervision of all full-time and part-time employees in the training room to ensure jobs are performed as assigned. This will include written evaluations of all full-time employees
  • Recruit, educate, and supervise student trainers and others as needed. Work with department secretary to insure all hiring is according to college policy
  • Insure that all appropriate training staff are assigned for home contests, tournaments, and practices. Provide services to visiting teams as required by conference guidelines. Develop a schedule of travel with teams as appropriate and as staff limitations allow
  • Responsible for inventorying, ordering, and storage of all training supplies and equipment
  • Diagnose and treat athletic injuries
  • Work with coaching and strength staff to develop and administer programs for the health and safety of student athletes
  • Insure that all sports injury data is entered in the NCAA data base
  • Maintain injury and treatment logs for all student athletes
  • Maintain a file of insurance coverage and medical history for every student athlete
  • Participate in department meetings, functions, and support department outreaches
  • Adhere to the fundamental values of good sportsmanship, respect, fairness, civility, honesty, and responsibility
  • Bachelor's degree in Athletic Training or related field
  • Previous collegiate athletic training experience
  • Current NATA (National Athletic Trainers' Association) certification
  • Possess current certification in appropriate level of First Aid, CPR, and AED
  • Must be eligible for an athletic training license in New York
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries/illnesses (60%)
  • Education and dissemination of sports medicine related information to coaching staff and student-athletes. (20%)
  • Management of medical and communication records with members of the sports medicine staff, team physician, insurance companies and other constituents. (20%)
  • Perform other duties deemed essential to the operation of athletic training office as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer or Director of Athletics
  • Nationally Certified Athletic Training License (NATABOC)
  • Bachelor’s degree (Required); Master’s Degree (desired)
  • Collegiate athletic training experience is preferred
  • Knowledge, clear understanding and acceptance of the NCAA III Philosophy
  • Strong work ethic, strong rehabilitation and treatment skills, ability to work as a member of a medical team
  • Excellent communication skills (both oral and written)
  • Familiarity with academic policies, procedures, and services
  • Have or be able to acquire a State of Wisconsin Driver’s License
  • Comfortable with Microsoft Office 365
  • Familiarity with SportsWare tracking software
  • Training in basic Athletic Training modalities
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • This role is a full-time position. Post University is seeking a Certified Athletic Trainer to join an expanding staff. This colleague will work with current athletic trainers in providing comprehensive care for the student-athletes. The Assistant Athletic Trainer will provide athletic health care services including, but not limiting to, assisting the other Athletic Trainers in the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for 20 varsity sports and two junior-varsity programs as well as Sprint Football. Daily tasks will include preparation and coverage of practices and home games. Participate in the daily operations of the athletic training room. Assist in the varsity team's strength and conditioning program. Help keep updated medical records and assist in PPE's. Coordinate medical referrals including scheduling of doctor appointments. Assist in preparing and processing of insurance claims
  • Adherence to all department policies and guidelines are required at all times. There may be athletic department and University-wide meetings where your presence may be required. These will be conveyed by the Head Athletic Trainer and/or Athletic Director
  • NATABOC certification, be eligible or already licensed in Connecticut as an athletic trainer and maintain a current CPR/ AED certification
  • Hands on training experience at the collegiate or professional level are preferred
  • Ability to work in a professional manner with students from diverse social and cultural backgrounds
  • Ability to communicate and quickly establish rapport with students
  • Strength and Conditioning experience a plus
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1) Bachelor's Degree from an accredited athletic training curriculum (based on Massachusetts license requirements)
  • 2) One year intercollegiate athletic training experience required
  • 3) Previous rehabilitation experience required
  • 4) Ability to foster and maintain working relationships with various University departments
  • 5) Ability to improve working knowledge of athletic injury care
  • 6) Ability to successfully complete the administrative tasks of the position
  • 7) Ability to work long hours, weekends and holidays as game and practice schedules dictate
  • 8) Meets physical, health and emotional stability standards of the position
  • 9) Must have and maintain N.A.T.A. (National Athletic Trainers Association) certification upon hire
  • 10) Must have and maintain Professional Rescuer C.P.R. (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) certification upon hire
  • 11) Must meet requirements to obtain and maintain a Massachusetts State license for athletic trainers upon hire
  • 1) Master's Degree from an accredited athletic training curriculum (based on Massachusetts license requirements)
  • 2) Previous experience in the area of insurance/medical billing and CPT and Medicare Diagnosis Codes
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master’s degree in Athletic Training or allied health area of study from an accredited institution
  • National Athletic Trainers Association Certification and eligibility for Oregon licensure as an Athletic Trainer
  • A minimum of two years of full time intercollegiate athletic training experience
  • Current professional rescuer CPR/AED certification
  • Must be able to lift, carry, push, and pull 100 pounds and work both indoors and outdoors
  • Experience working as a full time intercollegiate athletic trainer in a Division I, Power 5 Conference
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience
  • Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC) Certified Athletic Trainer credentials
  • Perform all job duties in a manner consistent with NCAA, conference and University rules, regulations, ordinances, policies, procedures and guidelines
  • Proven work history in an independent setting
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively with others
  • Demonstrated forward thinking and innovation abilities
  • Michigan Athletic Trainer’s license or ability to obtain license within 90 days of employment
  • Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and be insurable with the University’s office of risk management
  • Master’s Degree. One year of experience in an independent setting
  • Current Michigan Athletic Trainer’s license
  • Experience with electronic medical records and knowledge of the NEXT system
  • Evidence of the desire for continuing education
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Liaise with outside physicians and healthcare facilities and services regarding healthcare service delivery
  • Prepare and maintain training records and reports
  • Work Experience:Up to one year job related experience
  • Skills:This job requires a working knowledge of preventive physical care for athletes, injury treatment and rehabilitation methodology as applied within a intercollegiate sports program environment. Also required are skills in first aid and CPR
  • Preferred Education:N/A
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Education:Bachelor's degree in Sports Medicine or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. Masters preferred
  • Work Experience:Minimum 2 years post-BOC certification job related experience
  • Certifications:National Athletic Trainers Association certification. BOC, Inc. Certification Required. State of Georgia Athletic Training License (or eligible) required
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Certification by the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) and maintain the standards established by the National Athletic Trainers Associations' (NATA) role delineation study
  • Maintain good standing with the NATABOC, the local NATA District and the State Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Possess a valid certification as a Certified Athletic Trainer for the State of New York issued pursuant to Article 162 of the Education Law (upon appointment)
  • Possess Automated External Defibrillator (AED) certification pursuant to Public Health Law section 3000-b (3) (a)
  • Possess CPR certification for the Professional Rescuer
  • Possess a valid driver's license
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides medical care for student-athletes
  • Supervises graduate assistants and athletic training students
  • Serves as a Preceptor in the Athletic Training Education Program
  • Assists with supervision and daily operation of the athletic training room
  • Maintains accurate medical documentation on student-athletes
  • Certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification
  • State of Missouri Athletic Trainer Licensure or eligible to obtain
  • Athletic training experience at the college level inluding men's and women's sports
  • Knowledge of NCAA regulations related to athletic training in intercollegiate athletics
  • Ability to function professionally in highly-stressful situations
  • Ability to provide accurate information on an impromptu basis
  • Ability to work evening and weekend hours, and travel when necessary
  • Demonstrated ability to work successfully with students, faculty, community and media
  • Demonstrated experience and understanding of customer service
  • Demonstrated commitment to a diverse work environment, including working with multi-cultural populations and an understanding of, and sensitivity to, issues affecting women and minorities
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide athletic training services to student-athletes as allowed under the State of Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing as a credentialed Athletic Trainer. 2. Provides prevention screening, treatment and rehabilitation for athletic related injuries / illness. 3. Responsible for insurance claims submissions to the Secondary Insurance carrier. 4. Monitor and maintain all internal and external records related to the health care of the student-athletes. 5. Provide medical support at all home and select away athletic contests. 6. Communicates with the Sports Medicine Team of Physicians, Chiropractors and other health providers in relation to student-athletes medical conditions. 7. Provide ethical, timely and appropriate medical advice to student-athletes regarding their medical conditions. 8. Act as a neutral liaison between student-athletes and coaches, administrators and faculty. 9. Evaluate and recommend department Insurance Policies 10. Coordinates, creates and reviews inter-collegiate strength and conditioning protocols for all athletic teams when requested by the coaching staff. 11. Consults with head coaches in relation to sport specific program development
  • Knowledge and acceptance of the NCAA III Philosophy
  • Computer skills – Microsoft Office and administrative database
  • Overall Proficient skill-level in Microsoft Office, which includes: Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and basic computer concepts
  • Knowledge of SharePoint is a plus
  • Willingness and ability to learn new software
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prevention of athletic injuries and illnesses Evaluation of athletic injuries Treatment of athletic injuries Providing counseling and education to student athletes Athletic training administrative duties Provide medical coverage of practices and for both home and away competitions Recordkeeping and documentation Work with doctors and other allied health professionals to deliver care to student athletes Work as part of a team to provide care to student athletes Other duties as assigned
  • Bachelor's degree with experience in collegiate athletics
  • Current NATABOC certification
  • TC- Certified Athletic Trainer,
  • LAT- Licensed Athletic Trainer
  • Florida State Licensure (or eligible)
  • Current CPR/AED and First Aid certification
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and problem-solving skills and the ability to communicate with numerous University constituencies in an effective manner
  • Ability to work independently, as well as within a team-oriented work group
  • This individual must possess extreme attention to detail, integrity and a willingness to exhibit a strict adherence to NCAA, University, Sunshine State Conference and departmental rules and regulations
  • Must be willing to work as a team member since he/she will be working with, coaches, athletic staff, student-athletes, and other constituents
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Injury care, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of student-athletes
  • Coverage of practice, home and road (as necessary) competitions for assigned sports
  • Maintain comprehensive records of athletics injuries and treatments
  • Formulate effective treatment and rehabilitative plans
  • Supervise assigned graduate students
  • Regular communication and interaction with team physicians, coaching, strength and conditioning, and administrative staff
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Secondary sport coverage responsibility is with Women's Golf and Ralphie Handlers
  • Maintenance of accurate and up to date injury records and daily correspondence with the coaching staff
  • In conjunction with the rest of the athletic training staff, has responsibility for NCAA mandated coverage of all off-season conditioning sessions
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintain comprehensive, accurate medical records
  • Update and manage sport practice/game schedule
  • Coordinate PPE's and annual paperwork
  • Perform specific administrative duties assigned
  • Plan referrals to team physicians, specialists, etc
  • Conduct inventory of all supplies and equipment
  • Coordinate maintenance of facility and equipment
  • Conduct statistical analysis of the facility operation (i.e.: injuries, treatments, visits, referrals, etc.)
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • First aid procedures and limitations placed on non- physicians
  • Rehabilitation techniques, taping, bandaging, hydrotherapy, paraffin therapy, hydroculator therapy, cryotherapy, and similar treatments
  • Physical fitness, hygiene, and safety procedures related to athletic programs
  • Disinfectant techniques
  • Equipment and supplies used in a collegiate training program
  • Simple record keeping
  • Appropriate safety precautions and procedures per OSHA regulations
  • Working knowledge of coordinating an athletic insurance program
  • Administer advanced first aid and rehabilitation techniques per American Red Cross First Aid guidelines
  • Operate a variety of therapeutic equipment and machines
  • Understand and carry out technical and other directions issued by physicians
  • Maintain records and make reports
  • Operate a vehicle observing legal and defensive driving practices and possession of a valid, appropriate, and unrestricted California Driver's License
  • Understand and carry out oral and written instructions
  • Work weekends, holidays and evenings as required
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others
  • Obtain a current CPR/First Aid Certification within 30 days of employment
  • Certification and completion of a NATA (National Athletic Trainers Association) approved program for athletic trainers
  • Two years of athletic training experience
  • Or, any combination of education and experience that would provide the required equivalent qualifications
  • A complete online Classified/Management Employment Application
  • A current resume (as an attachment - PDF recommended)
  • A cover letter highlighting your qualifications for the desired position (as an attachment - PDF recommended)
  • Answers to all Supplemental Questions
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Associate Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assist with the organization and administration of all pre-participation physicals with physicians; coordinate medical clearance and eligibility for practice and competition
  • Provide medical coverage at home athletic events as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer
  • Travel with one collegiate athletic team as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer
  • Assist the Head Athletic Trainer with the organization and administration of the Sports Medicine Department. Duties may include, but are not limited to: a. medical record keeping b. inventory c. pre-season preparation and practices d. other duties deemed necessary as assigned
  • To act as a liaison between student-athletes, coaches, parents, team physicians, strength and conditioning staff, and other sports medicine professionals on medical consultation matters
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • 5-7 years of experience in intercollegiate athletics
  • Preferable, 3-5 years as a head athletic trainer or director of sports medicine
  • Licensed or eligible for SC licensure
  • ARC for Professional Rescuer certified
  • Preferred experience in an Athletic Training Education Program supervising students is preferred
  • Previous experience as an administrator is preferred
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training
  • One year of experience as an Athletic Trainer in collegiate setting. New graduates welcome to apply
  • Currently licensed or eligible for Athletic Trainer (AT) licensure for the state of Mississippi
  • Candidate must demonstrate strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills with the ability to build relationships with a wide range of constituencies. Must also demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing. A strong customer service orientation is essential
  • Candidate must possess strong organizational, planning and time management skills with the ability to prioritize tasks. A strong focus on attention to detail is essential
  • Candidate must demonstrate strong problem solving skills with the ability to identify and analyze problems and devise solutions
  • Candidate must possess basic skills of Microsoft Office programs, (i.e. Word and Excel). Must also have the ability to learn and utilize injury documentation and tracking software
  • Develop overall sports medicine program for the University, including: injury prevention programs, injury evaluations, injury management; injury treatment and rehabilitation, educational programs and counseling for student-athletes
  • Provide athletic training services for the University’s athletic department, including attendance at scheduled team practices and home and away competitions as necessary. The position requires regular evening and/or weekend work
  • Coordinate and schedule physical examinations and medical referrals for student-athletes to determine their ability to practice and compete
  • Assist with athletic training administrative duties to support the operations of the sports medicine program
  • Assist with coordination and scheduling of medical coverage for home and away competitions
  • Supervision, education and recruitment of student and graduate assistant athletic trainers
  • Electronic record-keeping and documentation
  • Effectively communicate with doctors and other related health professionals to deliver care to student athletes
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plan and Coordinate- Sets clear goals, prioritizes work plans and monitors progress regularly with an eye for detail. Organizes situations or events with the aim of efficiently and effectively using the University’s resources (e.g., workspace, equipment, tools, etc.). Makes an effort to involve others in planning and decision-making (i.e., seeks their input and commitment)
  • Results Focused – Adapts to other people’s approach (e.g., work habits, learning styles, etc.). Keeps focused on goals despite challenges and helps others achieve their own by removing obstacles. Demonstrates initiative to accept new challenges and learn new procedures. Consistently thinks ahead, prepares and is able to implement contingency plans to avoid problems
  • Communication and Relations – Able to effectively adapt communication style, method and level of detail to the needs of others. Consistently treats others in a manner that demonstrates a keen awareness and understanding of their needs. Acts as a role model by being able to work comfortably with people of differing work-styles, backgrounds, cultures, ages and gender
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Intern Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • 20% Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries: 1. development and implementation of structured rehabilitation programs under MD supervision a. coordinate physician re-checks b. participate in rehabilitation progress update meetings c. maintain appropriate communication with supervising physicians 2. development of rehabilitation protocols a. coordinate rehabilitation with director sports medicine and/or director of rehabilitation 3. use of therapeutic modalities and exercise 4. coordination of physician re-checks 5. athletic rehabilitation progress reports a. weekly, coordinated with director of rehabilitation 6. isokinetic testing 7. aquatic rehabilitation
  • 10% Prevention of Athletic Injuries 1. pre-participation physical examinations a. assist in planning, scheduling, and coordinating pre- participation physical examinations for student- athletes b. participate in post-physical physician meetings c. coordinate and schedule required follow-up testing from physicals 2. preventative maintenance rehabilitation programs 3. fitness assessments; physical conditioning of athletes 4. fitting of protective equipment 5. fabrication of tape, braces, and special pads 6. casting/molding for custom foot orthotics 7. flexibility programs 8. strength and conditioning programs
  • 10% Athlete Education and Counseling: 1. athletic injury education 2. fitness and strength and conditioning education 3. injury prevention education 4. nutritional counseling and referral to RD as appropriate 5. counseling and referral to sports psychologist as appropriate 6. athletic training and sports medicine presentations 7.regular attendance of continuing education activities
  • 5% Emergency Care and First Aid: 1. provision of emergency care and first aid 2. emergency plan development 3. emergency care coordination with ATC, EMS and MD 4. emergency equipment management 5.emergency medicine in-servicing a. yearly renewal of CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED) certification
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • This job classification is listed as a Category I as required by OSHA for exposure to blood borne pathogens
  • National certification through the N.A.T.A., State Certification (by law)
  • Effective communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills combined with the ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues and student-athletes having a range of backgrounds,interests, and perspectives
  • Master's degree in Sports Medicine or related field of study
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform appropriate physical examination per patient history and chief complaint
  • At direction of supervising physician, perform appropriate point of care testing and order appropriate diagnostic testing or follow-up care
  • Actively engage and participate in community outreach initiatives
  • Comply with all OSHA and JHACO-issued policies and procedures
  • Based on patient diagnosis, current activity level and patient care plan goal, collaborates with supervising physician to develop an appropriate plan of care for treatment/interventions
  • Uses current best practices for concussion evaluation and management
  • Prepares for and assists physician with minor surgical procedures, including preparation of patient treatment site
  • Triage patient messages, phone calls and questions appropriately
  • Manage referrals to specialists and diagnostics tests in a timely manner
  • Respond to problems/opportunities to improve patient care & customer service Serve as preceptor to undergraduate athletic training student interns
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Assistant Athletic Trainer, Baseball Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organize and provide medical coverage for assigned teams, primarily Baseball and another sport to be assigned
  • Provide proper medical record keeping
  • Responsible for game day packing, setup and other travel logistics
  • Supervise and train undergraduate student workers
  • BOC Certification in Athletic Training
  • Must be eligible for the State of Arizona
  • Athletic Training License
  • 2-3 years of college athletic training experience
  • Baseball medical coverage/supervision
  • CPR-AED/First Aid Instructor
  • Experience with injury tracking systems/emergency medical records
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Associate Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Organize and provide medical coverage for assigned team – primarily Women’s Basketball
  • Responsible for the development of resident program and development of injury prevention program
  • Duties will be performed during off-season and in-season practices, contests, and team travel
  • Assist with the operation of the athletic training department
  • Five years or more of Division I Women’s Basketball experience
  • Eight years or more of Division I Women’s Basketball experience
  • Experience as Head Women’s Basketball Athletic Trainer
  • American Red Cross CPR-AED/First Aid Instructor
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Manage and treat patients referred to the CHS under the supervision of a staff physical therapist
  • Assist physical therapists in the treatment of patients with sports or orthopedic conditions referred for rehabilitation. The physical therapist will evaluate the patient, set goals and monitor progress. The athletic trainer will assist with the implementation of the treatment plan
  • Complete and maintain comprehensive legal records associated with injury treatment and referral of all patients under direct care
  • Assist with daily operations of the CHS Physical Therapy Department as assigned by the Physical Therapy Supervisor
  • Provide appropriate supervision of student technicians and student employees
  • Maintain knowledge of and observe pertinent OSHA regulations to minimize the risk of transmission of bloodborne pathogens
  • Assist with providing athletic training services for the UA dance department
  • Additional duties may be assigned
  • Licensed as an Athletic Trainer in the State of Arizona; OR be eligible to obtain licensure by date of hire
  • National Athletic Trainer’s Association certification
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training
  • Current CPR Certification
  • Master’s Degree in Athletic Training
  • 1 year post graduate experience
  • Certified CPR-BLS/AED Instructor/Trainer
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor's degree in athletic training or related field. Current CPR certification. Current NATA certification
  • 3-5 years experience in an athletic training setting
  • Current Minnesota Athletic Trainer License. Advanced knowledge of current techniques used in the prevention, treatment, or rehabilitation of injuries
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Senior Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides physical therapy service for post-surgical athletes; provides athletic training coverage for intercollegiate sports teams under the supervision of the Head Team Physician
  • A bachelor's degree or the equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired
  • A master's degree or higher level of education, or the equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired
  • 3 or more years’ collegiate health care experience
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Represents BWH Department of Orthopedics through the provision of contracted athletic trainer services, event coverage or at other athletic functions by
  • Responding appropriately to emergency medical situations as an athletic trainer providing injury recognition and management in a timely fashion
  • Plan, implement, evaluate and modify appropriate preconditioning, conditioning and reconditioning programs for athletes as defined in MGL c. 112, s. 23A
  • Design, construct and apply appropriate supportive and/or protective devices for the prevention and treatment of athletic injuries
  • Educating athletes, coaches and parents in methods of managing and preventing athletic injuries
  • Accurately documents objective information in medical record. Appropriately communicates verbally or in writing using correct medical terminology. Demonstrates tact, good judgment, and timeliness in communications
  • Maintains a safe, clean and orderly environment for athletes, coworkers and self by cleaning equipment and work area, storing supplies appropriately, handling equipment using appropriate body mechanics, and reporting any issues that require further maintenance or inspection to supervisor. Compliant with hospital regulations and athletic departmental procedures for infection control, electrical equipment safety, confidentiality, fire and disaster plans
  • Appropriately uses equipment and supplies for the efficient and cost- effective operation of the athletic department and hospital
  • Establishes effective working relationships with coworkers, athletic departmental staff, orthopedic personnel including physicians, nurses, physical therapists, medical assistants and secretaries and other pertinent personnel
  • Attends and participates in departmental meetings
  • Records and submits information required such as orientation and competency data, education log, yearly mandatory information etc
  • Graduate of accredited program in athletic training
  • Licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as an athletic trainer
  • Clinical orientation to the BWH environment, with documented record of clinical competencies for the service within three months of employment
  • Exceptional interpersonal, communication and customer service skills are essential
  • Strong clinical and assessment skills are essential
  • Good organizational skills are required to prioritize tasks effectively
  • Ability to work successfully as a team player
  • Demonstrated knowledge of varied medical procedures, such as phlebotomy, EKG’s, vital signs, etc
  • Must be able to assist with or transfer athletes of various weight/heights
  • Must be able to push carts with athletic equipment on them
  • Must be able to stand for long periods of time, have good mobility skills and be able to walk long distances
  • Must demonstrate ability to communicate to give adequate directions and instructions to subordinates
  • Must be able to carry training kit and coolers for long distance
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluates injuries and develops treatment and exercise plans within the scope of practice. Re-evaluates treatment plans, as needed, to ensure maximum patient benefit
  • Implements individualized therapeutic interventions, and monitors responses to therapy to ensure client safety. Reports progress and medical changes to referring physician and/or physical therapist
  • Educates clients, families, and coaches regarding injuries, risk factor modification, and exercise programs
  • Conducts injury screening clinics, educational programs, and workshops to promote safety and injury prevention
  • Documents patient treatment according to professional and regulatory standards
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Physical Therapist / Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluates patient's functional abilities and limitations. Determines if intervention is needed. Establishes a plan of care and treatment goals. Completes comprehensive evaluation within the established time frame set by the department. Identifies and prioritizes key limiting factors. Establishes treatment goals that are functional, measurable, patient related and reflects the key limiting factors. Collaborates with patient and family/caregiver when setting goals. Initiates discharge planning. Recommends additions to or modifications of referring orders
  • Implements individualized treatment plan with consideration to the patient's physical, social, spiritual, cultural, educational and age specific needs. Provides skilled treatment in a safe manner. Assesses ongoing effectiveness of treatment and modifies plan of care as indicated. Involves patient and family/caregiver in the treatment and decision making process. Provides ongoing education to physician, nurse, patient, family/caregiver, and interdisciplinary team
  • Documents according to professional practice guidelines set by regulatory agencies. Documents legibly. Completes documentation within the established time frames of the department. Documents evidence based and individualized treatment techniques/plan. Documentation reflects skilled intervention and comprehensive assessment of the patient's progress or lack of progress. Treatment goals are reassessed according to department policies
  • Communicates pertinent patient information to ensure the best possible follow through of care.Communicates evaluation/treatment results and patient progress to physicians, nurses, patient, family/caregiver, and interdisciplinary team. Communicates in a clear and timely manner. Accepts responsibility to contact physicians for routine or difficult problem solving to ensure optimal patient outcome. Defends treatment rationale with standard practices and/or current literature
  • Exhibits adaptability in assignments as it relates to caseload, scheduling, and staffing shifts. Takes initiative to assist in other patient care areas and accepts responsibility for all patient care needs
  • Demonstrates appropriate supervision and delegation of personnel to achieve safe delivery of quality cost effective patient care. Supervision and delegation of the PTA, ATC, Therapy Technician and student complies with department policies and regulatory agencies. Participates in the training and orientation of new personnel. Assures competency of personnel, prior to delegation of task
  • Department operational activities. Attends department required meetings and/or follows up to obtain pertinent information. Participates in departmental/facility process improvement. Meets productivity standards set by the department
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Gathers and interprets appropriate data from the medical record, physician, athlete, and/or family as evidenced by documentation
  • Communicates athlete's evaluation and subsequent progress to physician, referral sources, and other clinical staff and coordinates athlete's schedule, treatment programs, discharge planning, and recommends solutions to athlete care problems
  • Re-evaluates athletes as needed, modifying goals and treatment as the athlete's status changes
  • Applies strapping, bandaging, or bracing designed to prevent or protect athletes from injury and identifies need for and utilizes appropriate assistive devices
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Athletic Trainer / PRN / Flat Rate Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluates athletes and sports related injuries, designs and implements athletic training for rehabilitation and reconditioning, establishes a care plan to include necessary activities and athlete education as warranted by the athlete's diagnosis and condition
  • Documents evaluations, tests, progress reports, daily treatment notes, attendance, records, athlete/family education, outcomes, discharge notes, and changes as needed
  • Assists with orienting new staff, students and volunteers, and provides cross-coverage as needed throughout Carolina Healthcare System facilities and provide on-site athletic training coverage at sporting events
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses of Caltech’s 19 NCAA Division III teams
  • Provide health counseling and educational support to student-athletes as part of their overall educational experience
  • Provide medical coverage at intercollegiate home events and practices. Potentially travel with teams to off-site events
  • Communicate with Head Coaches as to status and progress of student-athletes
  • Manage medical records and documentation, assist student-athletes in navigating the health insurance and health care system
  • Work with doctors and other allied health professionals to deliver first class quality care to student-athletes
  • Manage supply inventory and medical record-keeping; other administrative tasks as necessary
  • Participating in whole department and sport specific marketing, public relations, civic and community outreach and fundraising/friend raising activities
  • Consult with Head Coaches in design of Strength & Conditioning programs
  • Demonstrate positive and effective communication in all aspects of job; including writing, speaking, listening, and non-verbal skills
  • Exhibiting the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with regard to adherence to NCAA, Conference, College, and Department of Athletics rules, policies and expectations including commitment to life-long learning, sportsmanship on and off the field of play, positive leadership and the desire and ability to act as a positive role model and representative of the Institute at all times. You will comply with all department, college, conference and NCAA regulations
  • Other related health and fitness programming responsibilities
  • Supervision of Athletic Training students and department interns
  • Assuming additional responsibilities as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer and the Director of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation which may include game or facility supervision duties, including facility care and maintenance, attending all department and other assigned meetings and committee work
  • Must have a valid driver’s license at the time of employment and be able to maintain it throughout the course of employment
  • Bachelor’s degree in appropriate area of specialization
  • Professional experience in collegiate athletics
  • First Aid/CPR Professional Rescuer Certification
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills
  • Teamwork with peers and department
  • Strong computing skills including
  • Master’s degree in appropriate field of specialization
  • Two years’ experience as a Certified Athletic Trainer in a competitive environment
  • Additional certifications enhancing skill set
  • Experience using CSMi Sportsware Injury Tracking Software
  • Experience in care for aquatic sports
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and the Healthcare Provider certification
  • BOC (Board of Certification) Certified
  • Eligible for Licensure as an athletic trainer in the State of Virginia
  • Knowledge of musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and psychological demands placed on athletes
  • Knowledge of legal requirements and rules of the athletic event
  • Competency in prevention, recognition, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and/or illnesses
  • Demonstrated ability to make decisions that preserves the integrity of athletics, the athletic department and reduces the liability of the College
  • Valid driver’s license (for driving van/equipment/supplies to various practice and playing fields)
  • Red Cross Professional Rescuer and Community First Aid Instructor preferred
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Women s Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Design, fabricate, fit and apply appropriate taping, wrapping and protective devices to prevent injury and re-injury of student athletes; inspect equipment and playing areas for safe conditions. Communicate with athletic training students about appropriate taping, wrapping, and protective devices to prevent injury and re-injury
  • Attend assigned sporting events and perform emergency first aid in the event of injury to players; administer CPR or AED, clean, dress and bandage minor cuts, bruises, lacerations, abrasions and blisters. Communicate student athletes and athletic training students on how to clean and dress minor cuts, bruises, abrasions and blisters to avoid infection
  • Recognize and evaluate injuries/illnesses of student athletes; assess and management concussions; inspect injured areas; recognize severity of trauma and functional status of athletes
  • Refer athletes to appropriate medical personnel and facility in the event of injury; assist students to process insurance claims; coordinate with insurance and medical providers
  • Design and administer rehabilitation to injured athletes; develop criteria to restore athletes to full, functional participation status; use appropriate therapeutic modalities and exercises for rehabilitation including strengthening, stretching, conditioning or nutrition programs; communicate student athletes regarding the proper techniques in rehabilitation; maintain accurate records of injury, treatment and rehabilitation of all student athletes
  • Develop and maintain current Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for all athletic competition locations, including the Athletic Training Facility (ATF). Train athletic training students on EAP procedures; review EAP annually
  • Establish and maintain communication with coaches to provide day-to-day progress reports on injured athletes
  • Work in conjunction with athletic department staff to ensure safety in the design and implementation of fitness, nutrition and conditioning programs customized to meet individual needs
  • Inventory all athletic training supplies and order supplies for up-coming school year; evaluate and recommend techniques and equipment that would benefit the ATF
  • Establish and maintain accurate records for eligibility based on physical examinations; maintain accurate and detailed records of injuries, treatment, and correspondence with physicians
  • Perform related duties and responsibilities as required
  • Principles, procedures and applications of sports medicine/athletic training
  • Principles and practices of blood borne pathogen precautions and OSHA regulations
  • Methods and techniques of injury evaluation
  • Principles and practices of handling confidential medical information and HIPPA regulations
  • Methods and techniques of taping and bandaging athletes for sporting events
  • Theories and applications of anatomy and physiology
  • Modern practices, techniques and protocols of preventive and rehabilitative treatment used in athletics
  • Principles and practices of Kinesiology/biomechanics
  • Principles, methods and techniques of emergency first aid, C.P.R. and automated external defibrillators (AED)
  • Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations
  • Perform a variety of professional athletic training duties for college athletes
  • Communicate with student-athletes and athletic training students about various injuries, illnesses, anatomy and physiology of injuries and illnesses
  • Use and instruct students in therapeutic modalities
  • Maintain accurate injury reports, individual rehabilitation notes, and daily treatment logs
  • Communicate with coaches regarding student-athlete injuries and their physical/clearance status
  • Manage medical clearances for student-athletes
  • Maintain accurate inventory, order supplies and equipment, as needed
  • Oversee athletic training interns
  • Administer a variety of preventive and rehabilitative treatments to athletes
  • Evaluate and treat a variety of sports-related injuries
  • Recognize severity of injury and refer athletes to appropriate medical personnel
  • Tape, bandage and splint athletes, administer first aid and immobilize injuries
  • Counsel and advise student athletes regarding injuries
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships
  • Pass the annual California Community Colleges Athletic Association (CCCAA) rules exam with a score of 80% or higher
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, linguistic, ethnic backgrounds and disabilities of community college students and staff
  • Work in indoor and outdoor environments; exposure to heat, cold, and inclement weather conditions; continuous standing and walking; moderate lifting and carrying; travel from site to site
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Consistently update and maintain equipment in athletic training facilities
  • Assist in the correspondence with, contact development with, and cooperation with local healthcare providers, team physicians, and surgeons
  • Assist in the coordination of medical-related transportation of athletes
  • Conduct all activities in accordance with all state and federal regulations, accreditation standards, the University’s policies and procedures, conference and NCAA regulations consistent with the highest ethical standards
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Junior Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prevention of athletic injuries and illnesses
  • Assist with first aid and emergency care for student-athletes during practices and competitions
  • Evaluate and treat athletic injuries
  • Assist the athletic trainers with medical record keeping
  • Assist with the coverage of the athletic training room; including the coordination and scheduling of medical coverage for home and away competitions
  • Assist the athletic trainers with daily treatment and rehabilitation of student-athletes
  • First Aid and CPR certification
  • Graduate from the NATA approved athletic training curriculum
  • NATABOC certified
  • Master’s Degree in athletic training or related field
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1) Provide on-site athletic training services at VCU commencing with the Fall Sports Season and concluding with the Spring Sports Season. Specific daily schedules are determined in discussions with the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine and the Associate Athletic Trainer
  • 2) Maintains the Athletic Training Room Facilities in a neat and orderly fashion
  • 3) Evaluates physical condition and advises and treats student athletes to maintain physical fitness for participation in athletic participation (practice, conditioning, competition)
  • 4) Prescribes routine and corrective exercises to strengthen muscles
  • 5) Performs soft tissue mobilization techniques to alleviate pain, restore function/motion and diminish edema
  • 6) Renders first aid to injured student athletes
  • 7) Works with team physicians to provide continuum of care to the student athletes
  • 8) Uses therapeutic modalities to treat athletic injuries and conditions
  • 9) Confers with physical therapy team members to exchange, discuss, and evaluate student athletes information for planning, modifying and coordinating treatment programs
  • 10) Maintains accurate documentation of athletic injuries and other medical conditions
  • 11) Follows all HIPAA rules as instructed
  • 12) Follows VCU policies and procedures
  • 13) Perform other duties as assigned
  • 1) Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training or equivalent
  • 2) Holds Valid NATABOC certification
  • 3) Minimum one year experience as an Athletic Trainer
  • 4) Ability to work under pressure
  • 5) Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Develop physical health and stamina related programs for Cast Members
  • Provide exercise, stretching and conditioning instruction to Cast Members
  • Provide physiotherapy to Cast Members as needed
  • Help maintain injury database and provide guidance to the Management Team
  • Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy or related discipline, with at least 2 years of experience
  • Previous experience in Physiotherapy, Entertainment, Operations or Sport related industry is an advantage
  • Self-starter with demonstrated ability to give direction, instruct and motivate front line Cast Member and manage multiple priorities
  • Fluent in both English and Cantonese
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evaluation/treatment of injury/illness to intercollegiate student athletes
  • Provide emergency medical coverage during athletic events/practices/travel for teams
  • Refer ill/injured athletes to health services/team physicians/consultants regarding injuries/illnesses/care
  • Administration of Department athletic accident insurance policy
  • Maintain medical/administrative records; Communicate effectively with coaches/ student athletes re: injuries/playing status
  • Counseling/advising intercollegiate student athletes/coaches regarding health/conditioning/illness/injury
  • Clinical supervision for affiliated curriculum athletic training education program
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Athletic Trainer Hours Resume Examples & Samples

  • Utilizes the following domains as outlined by the NATA: a. Prevention of athletic injuries. Recognition, evaluation, and emergent care of athletic injuries. Rehabilitation and reconditioning of athletic injuries. d. Healthcare administration's. Professional development and responsibility
  • May provide educational programs related to the field of athletic training to the community. Assists and runs clinical sports medicine programs with the Director of Sports Medicine and Fitness and physicians
  • Uses mechanical apparatus utilized in training and rehabilitation of athletes or orthopedic patients. Maintains personal protective equipment, gloves, pocket respirator, and tape and materials for padding, splinting, or otherwise providing support to affected joints. May use electrical and thermal modalities in athletic training setting
  • Must be able to work with students, athletes, and coaches. Remains calm and in control in emergency situations. Exhibits flexibility in adhering to seasonal athletic schedule changes
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Licensed Athletic Trainer PRN Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide Athletic Training Services to student athletes under the direction of the team physician or by written referral from a physician, and in accordance with state athletic training practice act
  • Develop and maintain a budget for the athletic training program
  • Missouri ATC License
  • The ability to analyze injuries and convert data into meaningful medical chart reports
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Certification and must either possess or be eligible for Georgia License
  • Demonstrated knowledge of NCAA and SIAC rules and regulations governing recruitment, eligibility and related functions
  • A working knowledge of common medical terminology
  • Excellent time management skills
  • CPR/AED Instructor Certification
  • Experience working at the collegiate level
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • The Athletic Trainer assists the Head Athletic Trainer in managing the day-to-day sports medicine operations for a professional soccer team. In this capacity, the Assistant Athletic Trainer provides injury prevention strategies, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation for players’ medical problems. The Assistant Athletic Trainer works under the direction and supervision of the Head Athletic Trainer who will be employed by the professional soccer organization and the Medical Director and Team Physicians, who will be Allina employees
  • Performs as Certified Athletic Trainer in managing the health care of players. Health care includes, but is not limited to: first aid / emergency care, on-site injury evaluation, application of appropriate modalities, developing rehabilitation and prevention programs, as well as conducting rehabilitation and making medical referrals
  • Maintain a complete and up to date roster of player health and participation records in the League-provided electronic medical record system
  • Order, maintain and inventory supplies and clinical equipment
  • Keep athletic training room and clinic area safe, clean and organized
  • Provide medical assistance to the Head Athletic Trainer
  • Comply with all MLS medical policies and protocol
  • Comply with OSHA Standards with regards to blood borne pathogens
  • Perform other duties as assigned or required
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • National Athletic Trainers Association Certification
  • Certified by a nationally recognized Strength and Conditioning association, as a strength/conditioning coach
  • Certificated Athletic training experience
  • NCAA College campus experience with multiple sports coverage
  • Certified to instruct First Aid, CPR, and AED
  • A thorough understanding of budgets, purchasing, and insurance claims processing
  • Working knowledge of NCAA rules and compliance policies
  • A strong professional presence and effective written and oral communication skills
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform rooming and vitals according to Clinic Division standards by verifying Name and DOB; tasks may include but are not limited to checking all appropriate age-related vitals, reviewing allergy and tobacco history, reviewing medication dose, route and frequency at each visit, documenting reason for visit
  • Gathers detailed history, conduct Review of Systems, review past medical history, surgical history, social history, family history and problem list for each patient
  • Performs initial exam on each patient and summarize findings to the physician, including reviewing test results
  • Documents as appropriate in Excellian and in accordance with Allina/SAOS standards and will meet Meaningful Use guidelines
  • Clinic note must be well documented and if applicable use scribe statement. Company policy is to complete dictations with 48 business hours. Excellian chart prepared to be closed by the physician
  • Provide patient care pre/post encounter or procedure, preventative or other health information per provider
  • Coordinates care with other medical providers which will include but is not limited to physicians, physical therapists, QRC’s, athletic trainers
  • Other duties as assigned, including but not limited to: rooming patients, answering phone messages, prepping charts before patients are seen, entering orders per provider direction
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Requires Athletic Training Licensure or eligibility for Athletic Training Licensure in the State of Wisconsin
  • Requires Athletic Training Certification by the NATABOC
  • Requires current BLS
  • Ability to work in a team environment with a variety of health care professionals and promote a positive working environment
  • Must demonstrate knowledge and skills in the following areas
  • Prefer excellent working knowledge of current technological and audiovisual interactions as well as the ability to maintain portions of an internet and intranet site
  • Demonstrated ability in the application of new cast techniques
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and individual initiative
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Directly responsible to the Director of Sports Medicine Services/Head Athletic Trainer and Team Physicians, who in turn, are directly responsible to the Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director
  • Under their direction the Assist Athletic Trainer will assist with supervision of graduate assistant athletic trainers
  • Assist with established guidelines of the health care of profession and medical community, promoting a communication network for student-athletes, parents, coaches and medical personnel
  • Assist with coordinating prevention, care, rehabilitation, and evaluation of athletic related injuries and illnesses sustained during practice, post-practice and athletic competition, utilizing all the resources within the University of Illinois and community
  • Responsible for maintaining coverage and care for DIA athletic teams – primarily Women’s Gymnastics, coordinating pre-practice, practice, post-practice and athletic team competition needs
  • Coordinate and supervise medical services with the student athletic trainers, athletic training staff, team physicians and paramedic services for practices and competition
  • Assist with record keeping for all medical records, medical supplies, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses
  • Assist with maintaining the appropriate Occupational and Safety, Health Administration guidelines for the work place
  • Knowledge of and compliance with specific NCAA, Big Ten Conference, and institutional rules
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Abides and complies with all applicable NCAA, SIAC, and FVSU policies, rules and regulations
  • Attends practices and games
  • Recognizes and evaluates injuries
  • Applies protective or injury-preventive devices such as tape, bandages, and braces
  • Provides first aid or emergency care
  • Develops and carries out rehabilitation programs for injured athletes
  • Administers treatment as ordered by the University physician
  • Travels with athletic teams in order to be available at sporting events
  • Refers the student-athlete to the University physician for medical attention in the event of a major injury or illness. In the case of an emergency or the absence of the University physician, the trainer makes arrangements for the student-athlete to receive competent medical care
  • Assists the University physician in determining if a student-athlete is physically able to compete
  • Notifies the respective head coach of the ineligibility of any candidate who fails to pass the University physician’s examination and sees that such candidate does not participate in the sport until certified by the University physician
  • Keeps records of all athletes’ injuries and is responsible for completing insurance forms for athletic injuries
  • Submits annual report of claims, injuries and rehabilitation, and recommendations of training regiments
  • Attend meetings with the coaching staff and individual student-athletes
  • Submits recommendations for cost/expense savings in the sports medicine department in regards to rehabilitation, physician visits, and insurance
  • Reports to the Athletics Director and is subject to the supervision of the University physician
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in health and exercise science, sports medicine, kinesiology, anatomy or related field
  • Current NATA certification required
  • Minimum of three years of previous experience as a certified athletic trainer required, preferably in an intercollegiate sports medicine or athletic training program at the NCAA Division I level
  • Basketball experience preferred
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Masters Science preferred as well as experience at the intercollegiate level
  • NATA Certification
  • Ability to work without direct supervision
  • Time management/ organization skills essential
  • Ability and interest in sports
  • Willingness to work with college students
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule including evening and weekends
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Athletic Trainer Certified Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prepares athletes for practice or competition
  • Implements treatment and rehabilitation programs under the supervision of a physician
  • Develops conditioning programs for injured and non-injured athletes
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Bachelor's degree (or international equivalent) in an appropriate discipline is required
  • One to three years’ experience as a Certified Athletic Trainer providing sports medicine coverage for an athletic team
  • A.T.A.B.O.C. certification in athletic training is necessary along with eligibility for Iowa state athletic trainer license
  • Must have demonstrated working knowledge of NCAA rules and sports medicine standards of care, excellent organizational and supervisory skills, strong communication skills, and a strong commitment to professional growth, demonstrated experience working effectively in a diverse environment, and experience working in a comprehensive sports medicine environment
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide a comprehensive sports medical program for the assigned sports as per the director of sports medicine by attending practices, competitions, training sessions, and travel as required
  • Perform duties of student-athlete injury management, acute management, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention
  • Serve as a liaison between the department and medical personnel, sports dietitian, coaches, parents, and student-athletes. Oversee the scheduling and follow-up visits of athletes to physician visits, diagnostic tests such as x-rays, MRIs, bone scans, laboratory tests, etc
  • Document all evaluations, treatments, rehabilitation, and medical provider visits in the sports medicine documentation software
  • Administer the insurance programs for the varsity athletes, including but not limited to: obtaining the most practical policy to provide the necessary coverage within the established guidelines; advising athletes and their parents or guardians regarding insurance policies and procedures; assisting athletes in filing claims
  • Perform administrative duties as it relates to athletic training and the athletic department as assigned by the Director of Sport Medicine which may include supervising graduate athletic trainers
  • Prepare daily reports monitoring types of injuries, treatments, comment on plan of action, and submit to coaching staff
  • Coordinate with the team physicians and assist in the administration of pre-competition annual physical exams for athletes prior to their first day of practice
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Athletic Trainer Sports Medicine Clinic Resume Examples & Samples

  • Requires Athletic Training Licensure or eligibility for Athletic Training Licensure in the State of North Carolina
  • Requires current CPR/AED Certification
  • Prefers current Orthopedic Tech Certification
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in athletic training or related field. Current CPR certification. Current NATA certification
  • 0 – 2 years experience in an athletic training setting
  • Ability to learn new techniques and maintain current field-related knowledge and practices. Strong communication and interpersonal skills
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Assistant Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Evidence of a Master’s Degree in a related field
  • Experience providing prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletically related injuries to Wrestling student athletes
  • Demonstrated knowledge of manual therapy techniques such as Graston, ASTYM, Myofascial Decompression, and/or Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Experience with NCAA Wrestling pre- season weight certification process and implementing descending weight plans for individual athletes
  • Experience with USA Wrestling
  • Experience supervising others
  • Evidence of effective verbal and written communication skills
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Athletic Trainer Per Diem Resume Examples & Samples

  • Clinical Practice: Performs all aspects of clinical practice, including being responsible for evaluation and treatment of athletes according to standardized techniques, departmental standards, and age appropriate guidelines. Develops treatment plans for assigned patients, including specific goals established in conjunction with the patient, family, physician, and therapeutic activities. Re-evaluates and modifies treatment plans at periodic intervals and as necessary. Provides patient and family education and maintains patient confidentiality. Demonstrates appropriate clinical decision making in all aspects of clinical practice and determines proper equipment usage, application, and body position/mechanics in the administration of treatment. Is competent in usage of all equipment/modalities standard in the practice of athletic training. Refers patient athletes for further care as needed according to standard of care guidelines. May supervise student athletic trainers as requested by Program Manager after one full year of clinical experience
  • Documentation: Prepares written documentation as required, including, but not limited to: evaluations, treatment plans, progress reports, treatment notes, monthly statistics, community contacts, and other reports as requested. Writes legibly and documents in accordance with professional, departmental, and hospital standards. Documents to physicians, family, and/or patients are maintained in the medical record of each athlete
  • Communication: Communicates observations, facts, and comments to interdisciplinary team members, individually and through team meeting presentations, to ensure efficient coordination of all services. Encourages and engages in open communication to develop and reinforce professional, efficient work environment. Communicates with parents and physicians as appropriate while maintaining HIPPA regulations
  • Teamwork/Attitude/Professionalism: Maintains department policies, procedures, objectives, and quality assurance safety, environmental, and infection control programs. Participates in performance outcome and improvement activities, continuing education and research activities, and clinical program development activities. Attends meetings as required and participates on committees as directed. Enhances professional growth and development through participation in educational programs, current literature reviews, inservice attendance, conference/workshop attendance, etc. Demonstrates flexibility in the changes of scheduling and aids in the communication between the hospital and schools, as well as communcation between parents, athletes, and medical professionals involved in their care. Maintains strong contacts within the community where working
  • Productivitiy/Efficiency: Demonstrates independent time management skills for all duties, such that all documentation is completed in a timely fashion within department standards. Is reasonable and flexible in approach to job and changing job requirements
  • BS or MS in athletic training from accredited program. Successful completion of all clinical affiliations and degree requirements
  • NATA Certification; CPR Instructor certification; valid Massachusetts license
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Licensed Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintain appropriate general treatment orders to be reviewed annually and approved by the team physician
  • Schedule and be present for pre-participation sports physicals
  • Assist the athletic director as requested
  • A bachelor’s degree, prefer MS/MEd degree
  • Decision-making skills to make treatment assessments based on quick injury evaluation
  • Effective interpersonal skills to communicate both in person and in writing. The athletic trainer will interact with management, doctors, professional staff, patients, general public and local schools and sports teams
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Head Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Direct supervision and administration of the athletic training program. Responsibilities will include developing, organizing, and managing the injury prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of all athletic related and general health conditions
  • Development and implementation of athletic training policy and procedures
  • Maintaining accurate medical records and serve as the primary point of contact for the sports medicine team and physicians
  • Oversee the documentation of injuries, treatments, and rehabilitation of injured athletes. Insures all staff athletic trainers complete in a timely manner student athletes’ pre-season documentation, medical billing requirements and necessary communication
  • Direct point of contact for the university’s billing provider, assist in coordinating medical insurance requirements, insurance claims processing, and billing
  • Coordinate and schedule physical examinations and medical referrals for student-athletes to determine their ability to practice or compete
  • Coordinate and manage the assignment of sports rotations for athletic training staff and student workers
  • Ensure adequate coverage of staff is available for summer camps
  • Oversee budget responsibilities of inventory, bid process, ordering, stocking and maintaining all supplies and equipment
  • Administer the mandatory NCAA drug testing program and Lindenwood University’s drug testing policy
  • Serve as the point of contact for the Student Health Services and Counseling clinic to refer student-athletes for health related injuries and counseling services
  • Practice and game coverage for one athletic program, including travel
  • Management of the athletic training rooms, including equipment maintenance and cleanliness
  • Communicates information to staff on an ongoing basis to influence staff engagement and be a part of a larger community
  • Master's degree is required
  • Certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (BOC) certification is required
  • Five years or more of college experience
  • Supervisory and leadership experience
  • Must be registered or eligible for licensure as an Athletic Trainer in the state of Missouri
  • General computer skills required
  • Works with athletes
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Accurately assess injuries, and provide timely professional care and rehabilitation
  • Communicate effectively with athletes and parents
  • Educate the parents, athletes regarding appropriate health related area
  • Provide recommendations and actions for safe practice and game conditions
  • Implement and manage athletic training coverage schedule for appropriate contests and training room coverage
  • Monthly log and reports on services provided
  • Identify and work with rehab manager for potential marketing opportunities
  • Coordination of student program
  • Coordinate schedule and coverage with Activities Director
  • Provide treatment that will accomplish established goals for functional outcomes
  • Assist with rehab as delegated by appropriate personnel
  • Daily records kept on all athletes/patients being seen
  • Assist with maintaining timely communication and physician referrals
  • Provide rehab manager with monthly injury log and treatment reports
  • Utilizes established charge system accurately
  • Maintains and orders necessary supplies as needed according to established needs
  • Leads and participates in the education of high school students interested in athletic training
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Providing initial rehabilitation exercises and the instruction, demonstration, and feedback on patient performance of the exercises as directed by the attending physician
  • Fitting the patient with splints, crutches, braces, wraps, and other various equipment as directed by the attending physician. The incumbent will also educate the patient on the appropriate use of the equipment provided to the patient
  • Removal of sutures and providing dressing changes to post-surgical patients as directed by the attending physician
  • Aiding the physician in preparing patients for injections that will be performed by the attending physician. Preparations include cleaning and disinfecting the area to be injected and preparing materials to be utilized both prior to and after the injection
  • Dictation and documentation of each patient visit following guidelines outlined in the dictation template
  • Presents in-service education programs if needed
  • Guides and assists new staff in evaluation and treatment procedures needed to function in the sports medicine clinic
  • Ability to lift 50lb's
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Athletic Trainer Resume Examples & Samples

  • Implements patient care by continuously practicing within the guidelines of CCF policies and procedures
  • Performs accuracy in medication preparation as directed by physician
  • Demonstrates accurate and descriptive clinical documentation using appropriate EPIC note format, as evidenced by documentation review by Manager
  • Demonstrates knowledge of medical records, authorization forms, and laboratory requisitions legibly and concisely
  • Assists surgeon during operative procedure
  • Scrubs for procedure to assist in holding limb of patient as directed by surgeon
  • Demonstrates knowledge of disease process and therapeutics, as evidenced by: Recognizes changes in patient status and reports pertinent information to Charge Nurse and/or Physician
  • Recognizes and follows through appropriately with clinical intervention
  • Establishes priorities, assesses workload and determines order of importance on a daily basis with minimal guidance required
  • Obtains and documents patient's weight, vital signs and initial information for providers
  • Obtains miscellaneous specimens and prepares them for laboratory testing. Obtains and files laboratory reports as needed
  • Answers phone in an appropriate and professional manner
  • Takes accurate messages and promptly relays messages to appropriate individuals. Takes messages for prescription refills
  • Under the direction of the physicians, phones pharmacy with prescription refills and record prescription in file
  • Conducts initial assessment of patients with orthopedic pathology
  • Presents case to the physician's assistant, fellow, or attending
  • Reviews diagnostic tests, such as x-ray, MRI, CT scan
  • Coordinates the scheduling of patients for surgery and post-operative appointments
  • Removes sutures/staples and provides wound care in the ambulatory setting
  • Assists with sterile prepping for aspirations and injections in the ambulatory setting
  • Evaluates and creates post-surgical rehabilitation protocol for acute and chronic injurie
  • Assists with post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Educates patient on home and gym therapeutic exercises, gait training, and fitting of durable medical equipment
  • Develops new methods of educating patients to ensure care given adheres to the latest standards
  • Educates patient and/or family regarding disability, treatment program, and goals established
  • Obtains authorization of benefits for patients requiring physical therapy, dia