Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
The Athletic Trainer serves in the Division of Athletics and reports to Assistant AD for Athletic Medicine – Rehabilitation Services. This position is responsible assisting in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the medical and rehabilitation programs and needs of student-athletes.
Provide medical care to athletes at practice, training, and competition events. Administer treatment under the supervision of the Assistant AD of Athletic Medicine and Team Physician.
Maintain communication with student-athletes, parents, coaches, team physicians, and administration on progress of student athletes. Maintain proper documentation as necessary.
Assist in the maintenance and proper use of athletic training facilities in order to create an efficient and safe working environment.
Assist with the management of the student athletic training education program.
Maintain working knowledge of and adherence to all NCAA, Big 12 Conference, and institution rules and regulations and to communicate immediately any possible infractions of such rules and regulations to the Athletics Compliance staff.
Other program duties as requested by the Director of Athletics or the area head.
A Master's Degree along with one year of relevant work experience is preferred. National Athletic Training Certification is required. Texas Athletic Training License is required but can be obtained after employment offer is accepted.
Internal Number: 10770
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