Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
Saint Anselm College, a private, liberal arts college in the Benedictine tradition, is seeking a full-time, 10-month Assistant Athletic Trainer. The Assistant Athletic Trainer will report to the Head Athletic Trainer/Director of Sports Medicine and provide day to day assistance with the administration of the Sports Medicine Program for the health, safety and welfare of student-athletes. The successful candidate will place highest priority on the medical treatment and well-being of the more than 400 student-athletes we serve.
Essential Responsibilities and Position Accountabilities: •Evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate athletic injuries. •Supervise sports medicine needs of specific teams as assigned by head trainer. •Assist in establishing and maintaining a working relationship with coaches, physicians, parents and college Health Services and refer students as necessary. •Assist with the medical record-keeping and insurance for student-athletes. •Coordinate pre-participation physical examinations with head athletic trainer. •Schedule doctor’s appointments for injured athletes. •Assist with inventory of medical supplies and equipment. •Counsel student-athletes with regard to a variety of medical issues •Remain in full compliance with NCAA, conference and college policies and procedures, and acknowledges this compliance as part of the evaluation process. •Obtains the required continuing education credits to fulfill the requirements for licensure renewal and national certification. •Perform related duties as assigned. •Frequent evenings and weekend work required.
Bachelor’s degree in athletic training or related discipline is required. Master’s degree preferred.
Two years of experience as assistant athletic trainer, graduate assistant athletic trainer or four years as student trainer at intercollegiate level is required. Must be certified by the National Athletic Training Association (NATA), earn certification from the state of New Hampshire and hold current First Aid, CPR/AED certifications.
Ideal candidate will have excellent leadership and mentoring skills. Must be comfortable working in a flexible, team environment with a positive attitude and sense of humor. Unwavering commitment to academic integrity, inclusion, diversity, gender equity, student-athlete welfare and knowledge of NCAA and Title IX compliance.
Additional Certifications, licenses, professional designations, or other qualifications required for this position include:
-Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record
-NCAA compliance background check
Successful candidates will be able to assist the college to further its strategic goals for institution-wide diversity and inclusiveness.
Interested candidates are asked to apply on-line by visiting the college's website at www.anselm.edu/hr.
About Saint Anselm College
Saint Anselm is located on a hilltop overlooking Manchester, N.H., within an hour of the seacoast, Boston, the White Mountains, and New Hampshire's Lakes Region.Founded in 1889 by the world's oldest religious order, the Benedictines—a Catholic order that has endured and thrived for more than 1,500 years.Whether you want to be a doctor, teacher, nurse, or lawyer; start your own business or make films—or you simply know you want to make a difference and you want to figure out the best way to do it, Saint Anselm will give you the options, experience, and mentors to connect, solve, to serve, lead and especially to do the right thing.Named one of the country's "Colleges with a Conscience" by The Princeton Review, Saint Anselm shapes the kind of leader the world is hungry for; not only smart, but good. We invite you to be one of them.