Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
St. Olaf College seeks an assistant athletic trainer to be responsible for the day-to-day sports medicine/athletic training operations for assigned sports to include prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of student athletes.
A successful candidate will have: Bachelor’s in Athletic Training; 1+ years of experience within Sports Medicine as a licensed/registered athletic trainer; certification through the Board of Certification in Athletic Training; be eligible for Minnesota athletic trainer licensure; hold CPR, AED, Blood Borne Pathogens certifications; possess a NPI Number or be in the process of getting one.
A helpful background includes: Master’s Degree in Athletic Training, or related field; 2+ years of relevant and independent experience within Sports Medicine
Skills and attributes, we would like you to have: Knowledge of or willingness to learn and adherence to the MIAC Code of Ethics with the ability to follow the MIAC and NCAA Division III guidelines and regulations, while exhibiting behavior that represents a positive image of the athletic program and college.
Ability to work a flexible schedule which includes evenings, weekends, and holidays, as well as be willing to help out and adjust workload quickly.
Ability to delegate, direct, and train several student workers.
About St. Olaf
St. Olaf offers 26 intercollegiate sports and is a member of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) and NCAA Division III. One of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges, St. Olaf College offers a distinctive education grounded in academic rigor, residential learning, global engagement, and a vibrant Lutheran faith tradition.Many excellent colleges provide one, two, or even three elements of the St. Olaf experience. What makes St. Olaf unique is the combination of so many distinguishing features working together at the highest level: an intense academic program that sharpens minds and an emphasis on a global perspective that broadens them; the vitality of a residential community that engages thoughtful people across the full range of human experiences; and a faith tradition that encourages reflection and honors different perspectives.