Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
4 Year Degree
The University of Virginia is a highly competitive Division I program committed to academic and athletic excellence. The Department of Athletics at the University of Virginia is now accepting applications for the position of Certified Intern Athletic Trainer to support the Sports Medicine program.
This Certified Intern Athletic Trainer position is an hourly wage position intended for those candidates who have completed their undergraduate or entry-level Master's degree in a Sports Medicine program and are seeking experience in a clinical setting.
This position is responsible for providing assistance to the Associate AD for Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer in the prevention, evaluation, treatment, referral and rehabilitation of injuries/illnesses to student athletes. Specific duties include, but are not limited to: assisting in the daily health care of student-athletes; recording and maintaining appropriate medical records for treatment given; interfacing with various internal and external personnel for referral purposes and information exchange; providing support in the administrative management of the Sports Medicine unit, including assisting in the coverage of sports camps; and other miscellaneous job related duties as deemed necessary by the Associate AD for Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer.
This position will work primarily with Men's Baseball.
This is an hourly wage position limited to 1500 working hours per year and does not include fulltime benefits. It is established on a 10-month basis, intended to work during the academic year only.
To apply, create an application at: https://jobs.virginia.edu by searching under Posting Number 0623990 and include a CV/resume and cover letter.
The University of Virginia is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Required qualifications include: a Bachelor's Degree, BOC certification, and First Aid/CPR certifications.
Knowledge of NCAA, ACC and institutional rules and regulations.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituents in a diverse community.
Demonstrates genuine concern and interest for the welfare of student-athletes.
Ability to read, understand, follow, and enforce safety procedures.
Knowledge of CPR and emergency medical procedures.
Ability to evaluate therapeutic requirements for student-athletes, and to fit and modify therapeutic and/or protective equipment.
Ability to function professionally in highly stressful situations and to provide clear information on an impromptu basis to individuals or groups of people.
Ability to maintain poise in emergency situations and effectively interact with people in a calm, positive manner.
Ability and desire to perform accurate, detail-oriented work, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and maintain confidentiality and a professional demeanor.
Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and sound judgments.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Organizational and computer skills.
Ability to relate to both men's and women's athletic injuries and rehabilitation of injuries to student-athletes.
About University of Virginia Department of Athletics
The University of Virginia is a highly competitive Division I program committed to academic and athletic excellence. The University, located in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a selective public institution known for its teaching, research, and public service. The University of Virginia sponsors a twenty-seven sport intercollegiate athletics program, which includes approximately 650 student-athletes.