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  • Athletic Trainer, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

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    Job description
    USC Athletics is seeking to hire an Athletic Trainer to work with the Women's Volleyball and Beach Volleyball teams.
    Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree
    Minimum Experience: 3 years
    Minimum Field of Expertise: Certification in physical therapy and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
    Preferred Education: Master's degree
    Preferred Experience: 5 years
    This position plans and implements physical therapy and rehabilitation programs specific to student-athletes as medically prescribed by team physicians, and Director of Athletic Medicine.
    Advises and treats student athletes to maintain physical fitness for participation in athletic competition.
    Provides daily treatment of student athletes for injuries and rehabilitation.
    Evaluates athletes' physical condition, response and progress and discusses with appropriate
    physician and Head Athletic Trainer.
    Informs coaches of status of athletes' condition. Provides referrals to auxiliary medical personnel as needed.
    Trains and gives guidance to student trainers in physical therapy modalities used.
    Orients other allied health professionals. Is authorized to make decisions in
    absence of Head Athletic Trainer.
    Records and maintains appropriate medical records for treatments given.
    Provides medical emergency coverage to injured student athletes at practices and athletic events, as needed.
    Administers first aid until appropriate medical assistance can be obtained.
    Assists coaches in designing conditioning or rehabilitation programs. Stresses
    preventative medicine using conditioning exercises, weight training programs,
    padding, wrapping and taping.
    Arranges for injured athletes to be seen daily by team physician or Student Health
    Center physician.
    Interfaces with student athletes, staff, coaches, physicians, trainers and auxiliary
    medical personnel for counseling purposes and information exchange.
    Stays informed of developments in field. Reads pertinent literature, attends meetings and educational classes and participates in professional associations as appropriate.
    Ensures athletic facilities comply with safety procedures
  • Certified Athletic Trainer, Northside Hospital Holly Springs, GA

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    Job description
    Northside Cherokee Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is a full-service practice that specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, arthritis and sports injuries. Our physicians, Dr. Jimmy Jiang, Dr. Travis Jones, Dr. Brian Seng and Dr. Matthew Simmons, offer a wide range of services for adult and pediatric patients, including management of disorders of the upper and lower extremities, outpatient total joint replacement, management of concussions, fracture care and treatment for all sports-related injuries.

    Facility Overview

    Northside Hospital's Physician Office practices are dedicated to providing high-quality, compassionate healthcare. For the convenience of our communities, we offer an extensive network of Physician Office practices and locations throughout the state of Georgia. We handle a wide variety of health concerns, ranging from primary to specialty care.

    Service Area Overview

    Our practice serves patients of all ages and treats a variety of conditions involving muscles, bones and joints. We provide a wide range of treatment options, including simple exercises, rehabilitation, medication or surgery. We work with our patients to determine the most appropriate care plan using evidence-based protocols.

    Position Description

    The Athletic Trainer functions as a physician extender as part of an orthopedic team to assist in the office and OR. Practice focus on shoulder/elbow, adult and pediatric sports medicine, but also general orthopedics. Strong interpersonal skills, excellent communication and organizational skills is important to promote the health and well being of the patients.

    Position Requirements
    ATC (athletic trainer certification) or LAT (licensed athletic trainer)
    NATA (national athletic trainer's assoicaton or BOC-ATC (board of certification for athletic trainers)
    Licensure/Certification Requirements


    Work Hours


    Weekend Requirements


    On-Call Requirements


    Why choose Northside Cherokee Ortho and Sports Medicine? As part of the Northside Hospital Healthcare System, we support our employees’ professional and personal growth. We foster an environment that promotes work/life balance. We embrace diversity. We care about you. If you are ready to advance your career, apply online today to join Northside’s team!

    Northside Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, disability, citizenship, genetic information, veteran status or military service, or any other characteristic protected by federal law or Georgia law. .
  • Athletic Trainer III, Ortho - Exec Park, Emory Healthcare, Atlanta GA, US

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    JOB DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of the Sports Medicine or Orthopedic Clinic Manager, this is an experienced athletic training position with clinical and/or operating room responsibilities to one or more orthopedic physicians and/or surgeons. This position will require that the incumbent possesses the clinical evaluation and educational skills expected of an athletic trainer for Emory Healthcare. Additionally, the incumbent will provide athletic training services for Emory Orthopedics or Sports Medicine under the direction of a designated orthopedic physician. Employees in this position may also provide athletic training program development services. The incumbent has direct patient contact primarily for the evaluation and treatment of medical and musculoskeletal pathology consistent with the scope and practice of athletic training clinical competencies as defined by the NATABOC and the State of Georgia Athletic Training Credentialing Board. The incumbent must perform many of the outlined tasks with minimal or no supervision in the clinical setting. Problems encountered are of a moderate to higher level of complexity and a considerable amount of creativity, resourcefulness, and innovation are utilized in problem solving. Identifies, documents, and resolves complex patient problems related to musculoskeletal care and patient service. Assures continuity of care through effective decision-making resulting in quality patient care. Coordination of patient and/or athlete care services with other health care providers is essential. Performance of a thorough medical history and appropriate physical examination on each patient. Order and interpret diagnostic studies under the direction of a physician. Performance of educational responsibilities specific to the needs of each patient. Documentation of each patient visit. Assure a timely response to patient phone calls. Handles general office duties and any other duties as assigned by the physicians or clinic manager. Assist with physician research projects including publishing articles in peer reviewed journals. Assists in coordinating and managing the daily activities of the clinical staff and students to assure efficient and quality patient care. Management and coordination of community outreach relationships. Serve as a preceptor for the Athletic Training Residency program, including teaching responsibilities on a bi-monthly basis. Serves as a mentor to all new staff and students. Work cooperatively with all members of the Emory Orthopedic and Spine Center teams.

    Nationally certified athletic trainer (ATC), Georgia state licensure, bachelor's degree in a health related field required, master's degree preferred. CPR/AED certification required. 4 years of experience required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the use of relevant medical terminology, are essential. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS (Medium Max 25lbs): up to 25 lbs, 0-33% of the work day (occasionally); 11-25 lbs, 34-66% of the workday (frequently); 01-10 lbs, 67-100% of the workday (constantly); Lifting 25 lbs max; Carrying of objects up to 25 lbs; Occasional to frequent standing & walking, Occasional sitting, Close eye work (computers, typing, reading, writing), Physical demands may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.

    Factors affecting environment conditions may vary depending on the assigned work area and tasks. Environmental exposures include, but are not limited to: Blood-borne pathogen exposure Bio-hazardous waste Chemicals/gases/fumes/vapors Communicable diseases Electrical shock, Floor Surfaces, Hot/Cold Temperatures, Indoor/Outdoor conditions, Latex, Lighting, Patient care/handling injuries, Radiation, Shift work, Travel may be required. Use of personal protective equipment, including respirators, environmental conditions may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.

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    Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) is looking for the best and brightest to join our Team! MCCS is a comprehensive program that supports and enhances the quality of life for Marines, their families, and others in the Marine Corps Community. We offer a team oriented environment comprised of military personnel, civilian employees, contractors and volunteers who keep the organization functioning smoothly and effectively. As a service-oriented organization, we never waver in our commitment to our Corps.

    Serves as the Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) on site at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune for the All Marine Wrestling and provides athletic training expertise, guidance and services to participants and training staff as recognized by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Provides guidance and expertise on prevention, recognition, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries sustained during rigorous training to establish and maintain physical readiness of personnel for competition. Develops and provides strength and conditioning training for the All-Marine Corps Wrestling team.
    Functions as a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer and performs services within the guidelines established by the National Athletic Trainers Association under the clinical supervision (direct/indirect) of a physician supervisor assigned by US Naval Hospital, Camp Lejeune. Performs work under the oversight of the assigned physician who oversees and approves the care rendered in accordance with the established Memorandum of Agreement (MOA).
    Provides the full range of direct treatment and rehabilitation services as prescribed by the appointed physician supervisor. Applies professional competence in the field of sports medicine and athletic training to: interpret treatment prescriptions; plan therapy treatments; evaluate the condition and progress of patients; research therapeutic techniques and devices, and evaluate and advise on limitations and effectiveness of wrestling training protocols.
    Travels with All-Marine Wrestling team to competitions, training facilities and competitive areas to perform work as assigned by the HQMC Fitness, Aquatics and Sports office. May work a fluctuating work schedule to complete work assignments outside of the typical work week and work hours. May serve as the ATC for other All-Marine Sports teams on an as needed basis.
    Provides evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic injuries to include concussion management and treatment, and treatment protocols within the scope of practice of a Certified Athletic Trainer and in accordance with the MOA with Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune. Provides appropriate follow-up evaluations and maintains documentation, records and reports of all treatment provided in accordance with the MOA.
    Performs administrative duties to include maintaining statistical records of clinical workload, participating in education programs and conducting medical research. Documents all assessments, treatments and follow-up care rendered through written or computerized means on a daily basis in accordance with local directives.
    Responds to emergencies as they occur within the training facilities and competitive arenas. Provides emergency care, evaluation and treatment of injuries, and aids in preliminary diagnoses to include recognition of severity of injuries, rendering initial treatment and performing initial examinations. Establishes guidelines and procedures for Emergency Action Plans (EAP) s and implements plans immediately.
    Actively practices, participates in, and assists coaching staff in implementation of all safety and operational risk management (ORM) requirements as stated by the Naval Safety Center Office. Stays abreast of current safety and ORM practices to implement improvements.
    In Cooperation With The Physician Supervisor, Utilizes The Following Public Health Model Of Managing Injury Risk To Assist In The Ongoing Effort Of Designing Effective Physical Readiness Programs
    Determines existence and size of injury problems.
    Identifies causes of the problem.
    Determines what measures can be taken to prevent the problem.
    Implements prevention strategies, training and programs.
    Continues surveillance and monitors effectiveness of prevention efforts.