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Schedule: full-time (1.0 FTE - 80 hours per payperiod)
Shift: As Scheduled
Pay Grade: 47
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    Job Summary: Performs duties and is accountable for responsibilities of a Certified Athletic Trainer as defined by the National Athletic Trainers' Association. Serves as an Athletic Trainer at the assigned high school or college. Coordinates health care of scholastic and/or collegiate athletes. Communicates injury information to physicians, coaches, parents, and athletes. Supervises reconditioning and treatments to athletes as a result of their injury. Serves as a communication link between coach, parent, athlete, and The Sports Medicine Center.

    Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Skill in preparing and maintaining records, writing reports, articles, and responding to correspondence. Skill in public speaking. Skill in developing and maintaining effective working relations with staff, physicians, coaches, parents, and patients. Knowledge of equipment used in testing and rehabilitating patients. Ability to maintain accurate inventory of supplies.

    Education: Bachelor's degree from an NATA/BOC curriculum athletic training program required. Master's degree preferred.

    Experience: No experience required. One year experience as a certified athletic trainer in a high school setting preferred.

    License/Certification/Registration: Current license through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Certified Athletic Trainer required. National Athletic Training Association certification required. Act 33 & 34 Clearance, valid driver's license, and current CPR certification required.

    Professional Affiliations: Member of the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society and the national Athletic Trainer's Association required.

    Physical Requirements and Working Conditions: Requires frequent standing, sitting and walking - varies from day to day. Requires lifting and carrying of boxes (supplies)/equipment up to 25 lbs. i.e. boxes of supplies, papers, folders, or charts from floor to waist and waist to overhead level). Requires kneeling/squatting or forward bending at the waist to reach objects stored or filed near the floor, or attending athletes. Requires ability to respond to emergency situations, providing CPR, if necessary. Ability to ascend/descend stairs. May require repetitive hand and wrist motions to operate computer/document on charts/demonstrate exercises/operate exercise equipment. Requires pushing and pulling of carts (with weights up to 100 lbs.). May require reaching to all levels to locate/store supplies or files. Requires average upper extremity and eye-hand coordination to write/type/operate equipment. May be required to assist in removing an injured athlete from the field. Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. Communication and presentation skills. Written, hearing and listening skills. Working under stressful conditions or irregular hours. Exposure to communicable diseases and/or blood and body fluids. Work is primarily performed in high school athletic settings. Periodic travel to different athletic events or Divine Providence Hospital campus is required. Work site conditions may vary from office setting to athletic field.


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