The athletic trainer is a ten month position responsible for rendering first aid and instilling prevention of injuries in athletic activity.
Adhere to all NCAA, conference, and institutional guidelines, policies, and rules
Assist in medical care and rehabilitation activities of injured athletes (40%)
Maintain positive constructive working relationships with student-athletes, athletics department coaches and staff, and all members of the College community
At all times promote the athletics program in a positive way
Attend team practices and contests for oversight of safety measures (40%)
Assists with administrative duties (insurance coverage, following up with doctors) (13%)
Works with work study student employees (2%)
Acts as liaison of College Health Service (3%)
Performs duties as may be assigned by Athletic Director (2%)
Education / Experience:
Bachelor's degree required in a curriculum accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. Masters Degree preferred with athletic training concentration. NATA (National Athletic Trainer Association) Certification required.
Competencies / Skills:
Ability to demonstrate interpersonal skills between students, staff, alumni and friends of the College.
Must be knowledgeable of all OSHA regulations.
Supervision of Employees:
Assist in the coordination of duties and supervision of work study students and part time hourly athletic trainer support.
Physical and Mental Demands:
Physical Demands: Normal sitting, standing and walking throughout the course of the day. May require some lifting of an injured player for evaluation and rehab.
Mental Demands: Must be able to work in loud environment and keep mental concentration associated with events. Maintain professional attitude and demeanor in difficult situations. Ability to multi-task in a very busy environment.
Must be able to work weekends, travel, drive rental vehicles and be away from home for extended periods of time. Extensive weekends and evenings required of the job.
It is the policy of St. John Fisher College to provide Equal Employment Opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with the applicable federal, state, and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in each locality in which the College has employees.
The College does not discriminate against applicants or employees in hiring, promotion, termination or the terms and conditions of employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sex, perceived sex, gender identity, gender expression, the status of being transgender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital status, military status, veteran status, predisposing genetic, characteristics or genetic information, arrest or conviction record, status as a victim of domestic violence, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The Title IX Coordinator is the designated College official with primary responsibility for coordinating compliance with Title IX and related federal and state laws. The Title IX Coordinator, Meg Flaherty, Ph.D., can be reached by phone (585-385-8232), email (firstname.lastname@example.org), in-person in Campus Center 206, or outside of business hours by contacting the Office of Safety and Security (585-385-8111).
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About St. John Fisher College
St. John Fisher College is an independent, liberal arts institution in the Catholic tradition of American higher education. The College emphasizes liberal learning for students in traditional academic disciplines, as well as for those in more directly career-oriented fields. We are committed to enriching the work, teaching and life experiences for all faculty and staff, in support of the College’s mission. Human Resources is dedicated to providing high quality service with a true sense of personal value for all faculty, staff and their families and consistently meeting or exceeding expectations in all human capital disciplines. Mission: St. John Fisher College is a collaborative community dedicated to teaching, learning, and scholarship in a student-centered educational environment. The College is guided by its liberal arts tradition and its Catholic heritage, as expressed in the motto of its founders, the Basilian Fathers: “teach me goodness, discipline, and knowledge.” Fisher engages individuals in lives of intellectual inquiry, professional integrity, and civic responsibility, where diversity and service to others are valued and practiced.