The Assistant Athletic Trainer will assist the Head Athletic Trainer in all aspects of the health care of the Club Sport student-athletes for the Drexel University Recreation department. Reporting to the Head Athletic Trainer, the Assistant Athletic Trainer will assist with organizational and administrative duties as assigned, as well as supervise student staff, and athletic training students. The Assistant Athletic Trainer will also assist in the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries sustained during participation in Club Sports at Drexel University.
Assist in providing athletic training services for the club sports program including attendance at scheduled team practices, home competitions, selected away competitions and rehab hours.
Assist in developing and maintaining a club sports athletic training program policy manual for club sports.
Maintain student-athlete record system, adhere to record keeping protocols (HIPPA).
Assist in clinical affiliation with universities with programs in athletic training and supervising "student athletic trainers" from those programs.
Assist in establishing, maintaining, and enforcing code of conduct and rules for athletic training facilities and equipment.
Responsible for athletic training supplies and inventory
Assist in establishing and maintaining relationships with varsity sports medicine, student health center, and team physicians/medical consultants to ensure program service and effectiveness.
Assist in collecting all materials required for participation (Physicals, Waivers, etc)
Assist with developing and implementing club sports safety officer program to assist with management of daily practices.
Assist in establishing, maintaining, and enforcing an emergency action plan for athletic training facilities.
Participate in annual professional development.
Required to attend all Department meetings and activities.
Perform any other duties and/or jobs deemed necessary for the functioning and success of the Sports Medicine Program.
Ability to transport self to campus venues required.
1+ years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience .
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training from an accredited CAATE Program.
National certification through the NATA BOC, State Licensure (by Law). Must possess and maintain NATA (National Athletic Trainers Association) Board of Certification & CPR Certification for Professional Rescuer.
1 +Years of experience in an intercollegiate/related setting preferred (experience in Recreational Athletics a plus).
CPR/First Aid Instructor Certification preferred.
Master's degree in Sports Medicine or related fields preferred.
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