Full time exempt position: Monday-Friday 10:00am-6:00pm with some late and weekend coverage for athletic programs and sports events. On the 4thweekend date, a flat daily rate will be issued.
Position will assist the School Nurse in the day-to-day operation of the Health Office and provide coverage for afterschool sports activities as well as develop and conduct healthy programs for faculty and staff. The position demands confidentiality, good communication and interpersonal skills, excellent data entry and computer skills and the ability to multitask, take initiative and undertake projects.
Provide first-aid and treat athletic injuries during the school day and after school activities
Develop therapeutic exercise programs and oversee post-surgical conditioning
Develop appropriate fitness and training programs for students
Ensure compliance with NYS mandated concussion protocol
Electronic data entry and injury surveillance
Oversee AT budget, supplies and maintenance of AED kits
Attend weekly Athletic Department Meetings
Health Care & Education
Assist with basic first aid as needed by students, faculty and staff
Monitor self-directed students who take prescribed medications kept in the Nurse’s office
Provide supervision to ill students in the Nurse’s office
Conduct CPR/AED classes for faculty and staff
Develop Wellness program for faculty and staff
Assist in developing a health section for the Brearley website
Provide coverage in the Nurse’s office as needed
Assist in maintaining health files for all students by tracking dates of physical exams and follow up with parents/guardians regarding information on student records
Assist in developing list of students with special medical needs
Provide current immunization records to graduating seniors
Assist in completing required records to ensure compliance with applicable NYS laws
Enter student data into Magnus Health Center program
The Brearley School actively seeks diversity in its faculty and student body and encourages people of color to apply.
Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training or related field required; Masters degree preferred
Must be BOC certified and NYS registered
Proficiency in data entry and computer-related skills required
Athletic Training Experience preferred
About The Brearley School
The Brearley School, an independent school for girls, was founded in 1884 to provide its students with a college-preparatory education equal in rigor to that of boys, and, in the words of the mission statement today, to prepare them for “active responsible citizenship in a democratic society.” Within a highly articulated 13-year curriculum, and with a 6:1 student-faculty ratio, teaching methods are varied, flexible and pragmatic, taking into account individual patterns of development and ways of learning. The School’s program is designed to challenge eager, able students intellectually, and to give each one the opportunity to gain competence, self-reliance and self-knowledge through academic achievement as well as experience in the visual and performing arts, sports, community service and a wide variety of extracurricular activities.
Brearley’s K-12 enrollment is divided into Lower School, Middle School and Upper School, and consists of about 690 students from throughout the New York metropolitan area who represent a diversity of backgrounds, experiences and points of view.