Athletic Trainer (Full-Time, Non-Exempt)

  College Prep School ( 7-12 )
  West Region
  Posted/Updated: 07/16/20

Job Summary


Position Summary

The Athletic Trainer’s primary responsibility is to manage the health care of participating student athletes. This includes, but is not limited to, first aid/emergency care, on-site injury evaluation, appropriate modalities, and prevention and rehabilitation protocols. This position also works directly with parents to assist with student medical referrals and medical issues. A full-time, staff position is scheduled to work on average 30-40 hours per week and is subject to being furloughed.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:


  • Be present at all upper school and middle school athletic contests on campus—including some weekends and non-school days
  • Evaluate and care for injured athletes; communicate and act as a liaison with parents, physicians, hospitals, and the School as indicated
  • Implement the following, in cooperation with team physician(s) and local health care providers:
  • Management and treatment of injured athletes
  • Rehabilitation procedures
  • Operation of therapeutic devices and equipment
  • Application of braces, guards, tape and other devices
  • Referrals to physicians, health services and hospitals
  • Documentation of athletic training services
  • Concussion management and treatment in compliance with CIF regulations and State Law
  • Supervise athletic training room operations, including requisition and storage of supplies and equipment, maintaining an inventory
  • Provide water at home facilities for all practices and games
  • Prepare athletes for all competition including games and practices; taping, stretching, injury management, prevention, and prehab
  • Develop and provide rehabilitation programs for injuries
  • Direct parent, coach, and administration communication regarding all athletic concerns
  • Counsel athletes and coaches on matters pertaining to promotion of healthful lifestyles
  • Maintain and manage athletic records, treatment logs, rehabilitation plans, and private medical documents
  • Serve as a liaison to the community on athletic health care matters
  • Maintain accurate records of injuries and treatments and communicate with coaches on the status of the student-athletes
  • Develop and maintain a budget for the athletic training program
  • Coordinate the clearance of all athletes prior to their season start dates

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