Full time collegiate athletic training position
Education: masters degree with collegiate experience preferred but not required.
Schedule: this position will include 1 half day clinic coverage responsibilities per week along with the collegiate athletic trainer assignment. This is a 12 month position.
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The Outreach athletic trainer is responsible for assisting in all aspects of the Sports Medicine program through daily operations, community outreach, injury prevention programming, research, and coordination of care. They will develop professional relationships with their patients and families to become a valued member of their health care team, and continually look for ways to improve the quality of their clinical and rehabilitative services. They will establish relationships with local sports programs (both school and community based), assist with marketing events, coordinate clinical care for sports medicine patients throughout the NCH system, assist with administrative reports, evaluate patients for rehabilitation, administer therapeutic treatment, document evaluations, results and progress, and educate patients and parents on treatment goals. All care shall be provided in a manner that promotes quality, continuity, and safe patient care. They will also demonstrate competency defined in the Principal Duties and Responsibilities? section by providing age appropriate care to patients from the age of 5 through 22 years and select adult patients, with a primary focus on Collegiate ages.