Advanced Post-Graduate Athletic Trainer
The Department of Athletics is seeking an Advanced Post-Graduate Athletic Trainer. Reporting to the Director, Athletic Training, you will be working cohesively and collaboratively with coaches, researchers and world-renowned physicians to ensure the health and safety of student-athletes.
You must be an effective communicator, passionate about wellness and scholar-athleticism, skilled in injury prevention, evaluation and treatment services for intercollegiate student-athletes, and an expert in maintaining exceptional student-athletic performance.
You have the opportunity to influence student-athletes to lead successful and fulfilling lives. Are you ready to inspire champions? If yes, then this may be the right opportunity for you!
Your responsibilities will include:
- Deliver a high-level of medical service including, but not limited to, coverage, prevention, assessment, referrals, treatment, and rehabilitation to student-athletes.
- Ensure emergency readiness at all sanctioned practices and events.
- Maintain student-athlete compliance with team physician treatment guidelines.
- Assure confidentiality of student-athlete medical records.
- Provide effective written and oral communication between student-athletes, coaches, sports performance staff, administrators, as well as, the multidisciplinary medical team regarding the status and progress of student-athletes.
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with all relevant parties.
- Provide leadership in assigned administrative areas.
- Travel, evening and weekend work is expected, including off-season conditioning coverage.
- Collaborate with researchers involved with Stanford University and the Pac-12 Conference.
- Adhere to all policies and procedures, including but not limited to, DAPER, NCAA, Pac-12 Conference, and Stanford Hospital and Clinics policies.
- Serve as a host athletic trainer during NCAA post-season event(s) annually.
- Attend specific continuing education courses per year that will support ongoing clinical development.
- Collaborate with program managers, administrators, key stakeholders, and other departments at Stanford University.
To be successful in this role you will need to have the following qualifications:
- Prior experience working in Collegiate/University setting
- Ability to work long hours with irregular schedules.
- Ability to engage in physically demanding, manual tasks.
- Experience interacting and communicating effectively with coaches and medical personnel.
The minimum qualifications considered for acceptance are:
- Current BOC certification (or eligible for March/April exam)
- Master's Degree in Athletic Training or related field
- First Aid/CPR/AED certification
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