Geneva, NY

Athletic Trainer

Athletic Trainer

Direct Hire Position

Geneva, NY

$50,000-$62,000 / year

Under a physician’s supervision, the Athletic Trainer will manage athletic injuries, focusing on preconditioning, conditioning, and reconditioning. They will use preventive devices and offer guidance to coaches, athletes, parents, and medical staff. The role includes working in schools, physician clinics, and hospitals, providing patient care and event coverage as per the Health System contract and organizational schedule.

Our Athletic Trainer is expected to be on site 40 hours per week, working alongside the school’s Athletic Trainer to provide a full-service athletic training program. During the summer, our Athletic Trainer provides coverage for two local collegiate summer baseball teams.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide coverage for home contests on a schedule determined by the hiring organization, the athletic trainer, and the athletic director.
  • Cover most varsity contests and selected non-varsity contests based on the needs of the school and risk in the sport. Coverage would include post-session contests as determined by the athletic director of varsity and non-varsity sports.
  • Provide practice coverage as determined by the athletic trainer and athletic director of varsity and non-varsity sports.
  • Provide prevention of athletic injuries through the applications of protective tapings, wraps and braces, and assist in the design of practices to help reduce the incidence of injury.
  • Conduct workshops for staff as needed concerning injury prevention, CPR, injury recognition, treatment, and injury rehabilitation.
  • Assist physical therapists or physicians in the flow of patient care by assisting to keep equipment in order, change linen, and assist with bracing and splinting.
  • Ability to meet deadlines, manage multiple priorities and enhance the spirit of teamwork through effective role modeling.
  • Must demonstrate flexibility in work sites, schedules, duties, etc. and have demonstrated ability to independently work efficiently and effectively.
Education: Minimum: Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine or related program

Preferred: Master’s degree in athletic training

License: NYS Registration and License as a Certified Athletic Trainer

Certifications: NATABOC Certification, BLS Certification required through the RQI system during clinical orientation.
Experience: Preferred: 1-2 years’ experience as an Athletic Trainer in a high school and/or physician practice setting.

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