Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
4 Year Degree
Under general supervision of the Director of Sports Medicine, Director of Athletics and Team Physicians, the Associate Athletic Trainer assists in the operation of the Sports Medicine Department within the Intercollegiate Athletics Department. The incumbent is responsible for screening, prevention and care of sports related injuries and conditions: - Assists in program development, including coordinating athletic training center operations, coordinates or assigns other athletic trainers and provides direction and training to less experienced athletic trainers, interns or students; - Provides direct athletic training coverage of athletic practices and contests, including evening and weekend assignments as assigned; and - Performs other duties as assigned.
Equivalent to bachelor’s degree in athletic training, physical education, kinesiology or related field of study or combination of education and experience, which provides the required knowledge and abilities. Master’s degree in Athletic Training or related field and three (3) years of experience (as a certified athletic trainer) in Intercollegiate Athletics at the NCAA Division I level, preferred. Course work must include completion of the Board of Certification (BOC) curriculum requirements.
Athletic training experience with both women’s and men’s teams and classroom or clinical teaching experience in accredited undergraduate curriculum, also preferred.
Possession and maintaining Board of Certification (BOC) certification for Athletic Trainer.
Possession of a valid California Driver's License is required.
Internal Number: 501472
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