The Athletic Trainer School is responsible for providing athletic training services to an assigned school system for which a full-time contract has been made with CCMH to provide this service.
- Maintains daily hours for evaluation/rehabilitation of athletic injuries.
- Prioritizes athletic training coverage of games and practices.
- Communicates with parents and coaching staff of various sports.
- Maintains the needed athletic training supplies and equipment.
- Communicates with team physician, coaches and parents.
- Follows the school operational athletic training budget.
- Advises coaches on in-season and out-of-season conditioning programs.
- Develops educational programs for coaches, students, and parents at assigned school.
- Maintains records of injuries and rehabilitations.
- Demonstrates behaviors that anticipate and meet the needs of athletes, school personnel, and the public, both internally and externally.
- Follows system and department policies and procedures with special attention to attendance and punctuality, confidentiality, dress code and display of ID badge, and safety.
- Completes mandatory education and training in order to maintain organization and department specific competencies and requirements.
- Other duties as assigned
- National certification (NATA) and licensed to practice Athletic Training in the state of Florida.
- American Heart Association BLS certification required
Complexity of Work:
- All employees are expected to meet the standards of performance outlined in the Organizational-Wide Competencies listed below as applied to the position:
- Customer Service Orientation: Includes attitude, behavior, interpersonal skill, and problem solving that enable an employee to respond to internal and external customer needs and expectations in a positive manner.
- Adaptability: Includes teamwork and flexibility needed to fulfill job responsibilities including adapting to changes in work environment and accepting supervisory feedback.
- Efficiency and Effectiveness: Includes quantity and quality of desired work, as well as organization skills necessary to perform successfully.
- Essential Job Requirements: Includes adherence to all relevant policies, procedures, and guidelines affecting the work environment, including maintenance of required competencies and communication skills.
- Managerial Responsibilities (if applicable): Includes overall accountability for assigned work group relative to operational goals, personnel requirements, and budgetary constraints.
- As an Organization, all employees with patient contact are expected to demonstrate competencies, specific to their job duties, for the follow patient population categories: Elderly, Children, Cardiac, Neuro, Surgical, Impaired (Hearing/Visual), Cultural, Age.
- Note: The above stated duties are intended to outline those functions typically performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This description of duties is not intended to be all inclusive nor to limit the discretionary authority of supervisors to assign other tasks of similar nature or level of responsibility.
- Current demonstrated clinical competence.
- Ability to work independently without direct supervision.
- Understanding of human anatomy sufficient to perform duties of the job.
- Basic knowledge of math.
- Good verbal, written and interpersonal skills.
- One year experience as an athletic trainer/ cast technician or in a related position in a Clinic or Hospital patient care setting.
- Requires full range of motion, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination.
- Requires standing or sitting for extensive periods of time.
- Able to lift and transfer patients.
- Requires some exposure to body fluids.
Personal Protective Equipment:
- Follows Standard Precautions using personal protective equipment as required for procedures.