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Under the direction of the Athletic Director, the Head Athletic Trainer supports and works with athletes to provide injury prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation for athletic injuries and illnesses.
Essential Job Functions
Attends athletic events and practices which requires flexible work hours.
Provides training and information for the prevention, recognition, evaluation, management, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries for athletes and coaches.
Administers preventive or rehabilitative treatment to athletes engaged in various school sports.
Maintain general treatment orders to be reviewed/approved annually by team physician.
Oversees athletic training facility, including the maintenance of equipment and the inventory of supplies.
Assigns coverage responsibilities for Sports Medicine staff, ensuring games and practices are covered.
Establishes and maintains accurate records of athletes for eligibility based on physical examinations as well as reports concerning accidents, injuries, treatments, and physician referrals.
Maintain an effective and efficient athletic training facility.
Maintain accurate records of injuries and treatments in daily treatment log and Magnus Health.
Follow/Manage Concussion Protocols established by CIF and Marlborough and ensure timely proper communication to appropriate parties.
Maintain communication with parents on the care and treatment of their student-athlete.
Equips each team with appropriate medical supplies.
Assist in creating a safe playing environment by monitoring and controlling environmental risks and hazards.
Tracks all required coaching certifications - CPR, First Aid, AED, etc.
Provides CPR/First Aid classes for coaching staff seasonally.
Follows-up with coaches to complete appropriate reports for all accidents and files reports with appropriate offices.
Works collaboratively with the Athletic Director and coaches in providing technical services and information for the prevention, recognition, evaluation, management, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries.
Analyze situations accurately in order to take an effective course of action and to administer first aid and injury management as needed.
Understand and utilize various modalities used in athletic therapy and treatment and follow standing orders issued by physicians.
Supports and educates coaches and faculty by providing information and offering in-service workshops.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director and Upper School Director.
Advances the school’s professional image
Maintains open/effective communication
Promotes the school’s mission, philosophy, and vision
NATA-BOC certified, CPR/AED and First Aid certified, CPR/AED and First Aid Instructor. Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of 2 years experience working with college or high school student-athletes
Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience
Flexibility is required to meet needs of changing athletic schedule
Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Communicate clearly and effectively in a variety of situations with athletes, parents, and coaches, in writing and orally.
Proven ability to maintain accurate detailed records and confidentiality
Proven ability to establish working relationships with co-workers and function as part of a cohesive team
Advanced computer skills including document/memo preparation, spreadsheets, and presentations
Expected knowledge in the following areas: Principles of anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, and nutrition; Emergency medical procedures; Expertise in physical fitness and in safety procedures and equipment related to athletic programs.