Under close supervision by the Director of Athletic Training Services or the Athletic Trainers on staff, work as a certified athletic trainer fellow with a team of seven certified athletic trainers in a NCAA D-I athletic program composed of 23 sports and 650 student athletes. Team assignments to be determined by the Director of Athletic Training Services.
85% MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF ATHLETIC INJURIES Duties Assist with practice/game coverage as well as providing injury treatment/rehabilitation to student-athletes. Ensure that all needed supplies, equipment, and personnel are available for intercollegiate athletic contests. Assist in monitoring daily treatments of injured intercollegiate studentathletes. Create, review and authorize progress notes. Communicate daily status of injured athletes to the athletic training staff, team physician(s) and coaches as allowed by HIPAA regulations. Other duties as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer.
10% RECORD KEEPING Duties Assist in maintaining complete sports medicine files on all intercollegiate student-athletes. Must input, maintain, and communicate up-to-date medical clearance reports.
5% INSTRUCTION Duties Assist in the supervision of athletic training interns. Teach appropriate rehabilitation, injury evaluation and treatment skills to athletic training interns
Minimum Qualifications Additional Minimum License/Certification: Current certification by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification or must be certified by May of 2021. CPR/AED certification. Minimum Education/ Experience: Collegiate athletic training experience. Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA):
Preferred Qualifications Preferred License/Certification: Preferred Education/Experience: Experience teaching lecture and symposium style classes to general student body. Experience traveling with athletic teams. Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA): Ability to assist in the supervision, management, and education of student athletic training interns in the athletic training room setting. Ability to design and administer post injury, pre-op and post-op rehabilitation programs. Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills. Ability and initiative to learn and apply athletic training skills within the UC Davis program parameters.