Sports Development (3615)
The Assistant Athletic Trainer will assist the Head Athletic
Trainer in all areas of the daily operations of the Sports Medicine
Department. Offering a competitive salary. Will cover licensure
fee, NATA dues, and CEU costs. Work phone included. Ability to work
sports camps over the summer for additional compensation. This will
be a 10-month position within the Athletics Department.
Examples of Duties
• Function as a CAATE (Commission on Accreditation of Athletic
Training Education) approved preceptor for athletic training
students from the University of Maine to include the following
responsibilities. Clinical instruction will consist of 20
o Supervise students during clinical education.
o Provide instruction and assessment of the current knowledge,
skills, and clinical abilities designated by the Commission.
o Provide instruction and opportunities for the student to develop
clinical integration proficiencies, communication skills and
clinical decision making during actual patient/client care.
o Provide assessment of athletic training students' clinical
integration proficiencies, communication skills and clinical
decision-making during actual patient/client care.
o Facilitate the clinical integration of skills, knowledge, and
evidence regarding the practice of athletic training. • Prevention,
evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation of injuries, illness and
medical issues and the daily health care of all student-athletes. •
Medical coverage of athletic teams through daily practice coverage.
• Electronic medical record documentation. • Athletic training room
coverage during operation hours. • Administrative duties as
assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer. • Event coverage (home and
away) • Overnight travel will also be required.
Education: B.A. or B.S. degree required from a CAATE -approved
Athletic Training Education Program, Master's degree preferred NATA
BOC certification Maine State license CPR certification
Experience: Minimum of one year working as a Certified Athletic
Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities: Knowledge of Athletic Training
skills which will include but not limited to: administrative
skills, first aid, evaluation and assessment, rehabilitation and
therapeutic modalities, as well as organizational skills and
excellent verbal and written communication skills. Seeking
individuals with character, integrity, and the leadership skills
necessary to complement the Husson University Sports Medicine Team
and the Athletic department as a whole.
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