JOB POSTING DETAILS
Duties and Responsibilities include:
- Works directory under the supervision of the medical director.
- Establish an effective athletic training program for high school and middle school athletics.
- Coordinates with Team MD (Medical Director) to establish home football game coverage, standing orders, and adopting best medical practices
- Provides first aid and injury assessment/treatment/rehabilitation/reconditioning for Saint Louis School student-athletes. The athletic trainer will also be responsible for making appropriate physician referral.
- Provide coverage at home events, away events as allows and practices from the beginning of the fall sport season to the conclusion of the spring season and summer events as mandated by the athletic director.
- Maintain a line of communication with the team physician(s) regarding athletic health care and recommended treatment/rehabilitation for all athletic injuries.
- Maintain communication with parents on the care & treatment of their student-athlete.
- Coordinates with teaching staff in communication and assisting in implementing academic accommodations for concussed students. Must facilitate annual concussion education for teaching staff.
- Responsible for maintaining inventory, ordering supplies and maintaining the budget of the sports medicine dept.
- Responsible for maintaining and updating SLS sports medicine policy and procedures.
- Assist coaching staff in evaluating and implementing sport specific conditioning programs and methods.
- Communicates with University Hawaii at Manoa’s ATEP department in regards to being a preceptor within ATEP program and making Saint Louis School a clinical site for athletic training students.
- File all necessary reports associated with athletic injuries and/or incidents.
- Maintain a daily treatment log.
- Assists in ensuring that all students have up-to-date physical examinations and before participating in sports during seasons.
- Monitors the participation of students who are injured or ill.
- Create a safe playing environment by monitoring and controlling environmental risks
- Share professional literature relative to athletic training with the school’s coaching staff, i.e., Concussion education, heat acclimatization/contact rules.
- Accepts additional duties as may be assigned by the Athletic Director and head athletic trainer for the betterment of the program.
Must be a NATA BOC certified athletic trainer and eligible for Hawaii athletic trainer registration. Must be certified and have a minimum three years of related experience, responsible and ability to work well with others. Application must be an effective communicator and be able to lead preseason coaches and sports medicine meetings. Weekend, holiday and nighttime work hours required.
4 Year Degree