• Athletic Trainer

    Job ID
    2018-4077
    Category
    Allied Health Professionals
    Department
    ATHLETIC TRAINING
    Status
    Part-Time Non-Benefit Eligible
    Shift
    Day/Evening
    Schedule
    day position including evening event times.
    Regularly scheduled # hours per pay period (biweekly):
    30
    Weekend Rotation
    Occasional
    Holiday Rotation
    Occasional
    On Call
    No
  • Overview

    Grand View Health is a leader in the healthcare community, recently earned 'A' Grade for Patient Safety from The Leapfrog Group. Located in Upper Bucks County, Grand View Health is a well-established, independent hospital offering a full range of health care services. Our employees enjoy the best of both worlds by working for a top-ranked hospital in a collaborative, community environment. Grand View Health: Recognized for excellence, chosen for caring.

    Responsibilities

    The ideal candidate will feel comfortable working with middle school, high school athletes, coaches experience working as an athletic trainer.

     

    Provide Athletic Training Services at local area schools with middle and high school student athletes under the direction of the team physician in accordance with state athletic training practice act. Foster and maintain strong relationships between sports medicine team, schools, youth organizations, athletes, and providers.

     

    General Responsibilities:

    • Engage in the prevention, recognition, evaluation, immediate care, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of student athlete injuries
    • Educate athletes, coaching staff, and parents on various aspects of injury prevention, first aid, and strength and conditioning
    • Conduct taping and other pregame/pre-practice preparation
    • Communicate confidentially with student athletes, parents, athletic directors, coaches, and physicians regarding student athletes’ playing status and ability to return to competition or practice
    • Communicate with the Head Athletic Trainer on a regular basis
    • Attend and provide medical response coverage for home athletic events
    • Refer athletes to appropriate physicians and specialists
    • Perform administrative duties including the maintenance of injury reports for student-athletes; establish an Emergency Action Plan for all sports and venues
    • Assist with pre-participation medical/orthopedic screenings
    • Regularly use therapeutic modalities therapeutic/rehabilitation equipment, first aid supplies, standard athletic training supplies, and possibly a golf cart/gator

    Qualifications

    Education Requirement: BS in health care related field 

    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • Pennsylvania Athletic Training License
    • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
    • NATA BOC Certification
    • Computer literacy to include Microsoft Office and internal computer systems

     

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