The Athletic Trainer would oversee all student athletes over the course of the school year. The duties of the Athletic Trainer include, but are not limited to, prevention of athletic injuries, recognition, evaluation, and rehabilitation of injured athletes, wellness care administration,the pursuit of professional development and to follow the professional responsibilities as specified in the domains of the NATA certified Athletic Trainer. The Athletic Trainer serves as a liaison between physicians, coaches, parents, and athletes and ensures that physician instructions are understood and followed.
Attends practices and games (travel to both home and away athletic events is expected)
Attends all school meeting and Athletic Department meeting as required by full time employees.
Coordinates with the Athletic Director to develop a schedule regarding attendance at athletic events.
Posts a weekly/daily schedule of hours of availability for students.
Exercises supervision and responsibility for student athlete safety and discretion when making health decisions.
Provides First Aid, injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for students.
Develops and implements injury management protocols and an emergency action plan.
Provides injury reports to coaches, Athletic Director, and other school personnel of the injury or status of an athlete receiving
Maintains accurate forms, reports, medical records, treatment logs, and CIF required clearances.
Maintains a professional, clean and organized athletic training room
Acts decisively in an emergency and in life threatening situations.
Leads and coordinates the Sports Medicine Club on campus
Maintains an accurate inventory of medical supplies and equipment.
Prepares an annual equipment/supply request which must fall withing the medical budget assigned for the year.
Oversees the training of Marymount personnel who request to use the weight room. Keeps track of the Liability Waivers
Oversees the equipment and use of the weight room with regard to faulty equipment and daily cleaning.
Current NATA BOC certified with a certified State Athletic training license. (NPI number required)
Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training or related field, Master’s degree preferred.
Maintain Current certification in CPR/Emergency Cardiac Care.
Comprehensive knowledge of athletics and high school athletics programs.
Experience working with High School Athletes (preferred.)
Candidate will have a minimum of 3-5 years of experience in Athletic Training.
Highly developed organizational and communication skills.
Exceptional writing, verbal communication, and interpersonal skills
Strong knowledge and ability to organize, prioritize, and perform multiple tasks at once in high stress situations.
Experience and knowledge in how to communicate with high school parents, administrators and coaches.
Candidate must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time, must be able to climb stairs, carry equipment, and must be comfortable working indoors and outdoors in a variety of weather conditions.
Operates with complete integrity and serves as a role model for good sportsmanship and appropriate behavior.
Team player with ability to delegate, motivate and empower others
Multi-tasker who can function in a fast-paced environment.
Flexible and adaptive, able to adjust when needed
Proactive approach to problem solving
Familiarity with culture of a private independent school
Passion for athletics education, particularly for single-gender, girls only institutions
Engages in self-evaluation with regards to leadership, performance, and professional growth.
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