The Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER) is currently accepting applications for the position of Men’s Club Lacrosse Athletic Trainer. This position will report to the Club Sports Athletic Trainer. The Athletic Trainer position is a contract position and is responsible for the athletic training service of the Lacrosse Team. This position is not affiliated with Stanford Sports Medicine.
Serve as the Athletic Trainer to Club Sports Men’s Lacrosse Team. Supervise the prevention, evaluation, treatment and care of team athletic injuries.
Attend all practices and games, including travel.
Make injury referrals to appropriate medical personnel. Recondition and rehabilitate athletes upon referral from physicians using appropriate modalities, physical agents and therapeutic devices.
Maintain records and files on all aspects of the athletic training operations.
Update coaches regularly on the status of injured athletes.
Responsible for ordering, upkeep, and inventory control of all sports medicine supplies.
Ensure safety of all team members, coaches and equipment is the top priority at all times
Work collaboratively with team officers and the Club Sports administration to develop and achieve program priorities.
Represent the team in regional or national meetings with other coaches or organizations
Enforce and comply with all policies and procedures established by Stanford University policy and procedures, Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER) Student Activities and Leadership (SAL), and Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) policy and procedures, while serving as a positive role model for the program and Stanford University.
Responsible for the enforcement of rules, policies, and procedures as outlined in the Club Sports Handbook as well as all duties associated with coaching a collegiate club program.
Report any policy violations to supervisor immediately
Interface regularly with Stanford Club Sports and other offices of the University.
Represent the University in a positive fashion.
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES
Current Certification from the NATA BOC
Current CPR, AED and First Aid
Physical requirements include but are not limited to: walking, walking over rough or uneven surfaces, bending, stooping, climbing, and working in confined space, lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying loads.
Depending on job tasks, physical demands may require standing and walking for extended lengths of time and may require lifting, pushing, pulling, moving and carrying items up to 50 pounds (unassisted) and 75 pounds (with assistance), and using ladders.
Routine work during evenings and weekends. May need to work occasional extended hours.
Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, Physical Therapy, or related field required. Knowledge of and experience using methods and aids associated with the prevention, evaluation, care and treatment of athletic injuries for a wide variety of sport required. Excellent interpersonal skills as well as demonstrated effective oral and written communication skills.
WORK STANDARDS • Integrity and Values - Can be trusted to act in a manner that is truthful and values direct, honest, and professional communication within all levels of the organization. • Interpersonal Confidence – Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills in dealing with student-athletes, peers, and the general public; creates and builds positive and productive relationships. Manage collaborative and positive relationships with support services, such as athletic training, recreation and wellness programs, other club sports coaches, intercollegiate athletics teams and intramural sports staff.
Adaptability – Responds quickly and effectively to changing trends and circumstances; embraces change and welcomes fresh/different perspectives; learns from situations and adjusts accordingly for future. • Managing People and Processes – Strong abilities to organize people, projects, and processes. Provide constructive feedback with goal of professional and personal development. • Strategic Thinking – Strong ability to set short and long term program goals and articulate a plan for continued program growth and development. • Administrative Proficiency - Computer literacy with common office applications as well as appropriate use of social media required.
All Athletic Department positions share responsibility for promoting and maintaining the integrity and reputation of Stanford University and its club sports program. In fulfilling this responsibility of this position the person hired is required to comply with both the letter and spirit of all University policies and procedures, laws, and league and national governing body rules and regulations.
Commesurate with education and experience. This appointment is contingent upon the continuing availability of funds for the position and upon satisfactory work performance.
ABOUT STANFORD ATHLETICS AND CLUB SPORTS: Stanford’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (“DAPER”) supports the nearly 1,200 student-athletes who compete on the 32 club sports teams sponsored by the university. DAPER also supports the campus athletics, physical education, recreation and wellness initiatives. Stanford’s club sports department is seen as a premier club sports program in the country, achieving the highest levels of success both in the classroom and on the field. The core tenants of the DAPER culture—the “The DAPER Way”— are: Embrace scholar-athleticism, Pursue and revere excellence, Lead with courage, and Work cohesively. All department actions and employees are guided by these principles. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via the website http://stanfordcareers.stanford.edu/job-search. Final offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check that includes employment history, national criminal background check, national sex offender registry search and, where applicable, a credit check and/or driving record. Your application will be reviewed and qualified applicants will be interviewed. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
We are not able to provide relocation costs for this position.
If you have questions regarding the position, please contact Ken Look at email@example.com. Thank you for your interest!
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