Oversee the prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, care and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions for student-athletes. Act as a Preceptor for students in the athletic training education program, but does not include teaching. This position works under the medical supervision of the College team physician. This is a 10 month position Aug-May and requires variable work hours including weekends.
- Provide direct student health care services to varsity student-athletes (and club sport athletes when appropriate). Includes assessment of injuries and medical conditions, establishing plan of care, and providing rehabilitative and/or preventive treatment for future encounters.
- Facilitate student-athlete referrals as needed on a case by case basis.
- Administer pre-participation examinations for all varsity student-athletes.
- Serve as a preceptor and clinical instructor to students completing clinical experiences as assigned by the athletic training education program clinical education coordinat6r.
- Work collaboratively in creating and implementing policies and procedures for the effective operation of the sports medicine clinic.
- Provide athletic training services during scheduled varsity team practices and contests including traveling with the teams, when appropriate.
- Communicate effectively with coaches, student-athletes, faculty, parents, and others as necessary regarding the participation status of student-athletes.
- Perform required record keeping and documentation for designated student athletes.
- Evaluate and recommend new techniques or equipment that would enhance the benefit of the student-athletes and sports medicine clinic.
- Work collaboratively in the maintenance and upkeep of the sports medicine clinic.
- Master's degree in athletic training or related field preferred.
- Current BOC certification in good standing and current New Hampshire licensure (or eligible for NH licensure).
- Two or more years' experience as an Athletic Trainer at the college level, or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired.
- Current CPR for Professional Rescuers and Healthcare Providers/BLS for Healthcare Providers certification. Red Cross Instructor Certification in First Aid and CPR preferred. (Note: 2 staff Athletic Training staff members will have instructor certification for first aid and CPR).
- Strong written and oral communication skills.
- Strong technological skills a plus.
- Physical requirements include ability to perform athletic training functions described above, and to physically demonstrate these functions for athletic training students. Ability to work a non-traditional schedule to meet the needs of students and teams; including evening and weekend events throughout the academic year.
E-mail your cover letter and résumé to CSCjobs@colby-sawyer.edu or stop by the Human Resources office in Colgate Hall room 230 to complete an application.
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