Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
4 Year Degree
The Assistant Athletic Trainer, under the direction of the Associate Director of Athletic Training, is responsible for the daily athletic training needs of the Men's Basketball team as well as overall care and maintenance of the athletic training facilities. This person must provide exceptional personal care for the student-athletes and sport programs, as assigned to them, with regards to injury prevention, rehabilitation, healthy eating and living and health insurance matters. Performs other duties as assigned.
Strong communication, organizational, and teamwork skills.
Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.
Experience working with healthcare professionals from variety of disciplines.
Possess a valid driver’s license and good driving record.
Work experience that demonstrates ability to work successfully with a diverse student population.
Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training or related field/concentration. A minimum of one (1) year of directly related experience as a certified athletic trainer. Possess state athletic training licensure, in good standing, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, or eligible to pursue upon being hired; Certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC). Demonstrated experience working with spreadsheets and relevant databases. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Three (3) or more years of experience at the Division I collegiate level
Experience managing multiple sports as an athletic trainer
In the performance of their functions as detailed in the position description employees have an obligation to avoid ethical, legal, financial and other conflicts of interest to ensure that their actions and outside activities do not conflict with their primary employment responsibilities at the institution. Employees are also expected to understand and be in compliance with applicable laws, University and employment policies and regulations, including NCAA regulations for areas and departments which their essential functions cause them to interact.