Syracuse University, a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, Intercollegiate Rowing Association, Collegiate Hockey Associate, and Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges, is seeking applications for the full-time position of Assistant Athletic Trainer. Responsibilities include but are not limited to prevention, treatment, management, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, daily athletic training facility operations, coverage of events and practices for assigned sports, supervision of athletic training students as well as other administrative duties assigned by the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine.
Serve as a certified athletic trainer for teams as assigned (primary sport Field Hockey). Provide quality comprehensive care for ALL student-athletes through prevention, evaluation, care and treatment of injuries and illnesses and assist with injury rehabilitation. Traveling nationally and internationally with the team. Compile and maintain injury and treatment documentation for the Sports Medicine Department including injury tracking and reporting – Assist with supervision of the Electronic Medical Records. Assist with establishing, coordinating, supervising, and monitoring athletics training services to all student-athletes.
New York Athletic Training Certification eligible by the start of employment
Master’s degree in health related field
Certified in Functional Movement Screening (preferred)
Soft Tissue Mobilization Certification (preferred)
Passed background check
1. Provide quality comprehensive care for student-athletes through prevention, evaluation, care and treatment of injuries and illnesses and assist with injury rehabilitation.
2. Responsible for screening and referral of student-athletes to team physicians when appropriate.
3. Serve as the in-season staff athletic trainer for teams as assigned including practice and game coverage as well as team travel.
4. Compile and maintain injury and treatment documentation for the Sports Medicine Department.
5. Assist with the supervision and daily operation of the main athletics training facility.
6. Assist with establishing, coordinating, supervising, and monitoring athletic training services to all student-athletes.
7. Communicate with coaches and athletic department staff on various issues, including but not limited to: the Sports Medicine Department policies and procedures, student-athlete status, restrictions and treatment/rehabilitation, appointment compliance and progress.
8. Assist team physician and staff with the operation of the physician’s clinic.
9. Assist with upkeep of the facilities, emergency equipment and modalities.
10. Communicate with coaches and athletic department staff on various issues, including the Sports Medicine Department policies and procedures, student-athlete status, restrictions and treatment/rehabilitation appointment compliance and progress.
11. Collaborate with other departments-strength and conditioning, academic services, and equipment room to provide a positive experience for the student-athlete.
Candidates must fill out an application at https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/94987. A cover letter, resume and a list of three references are required and can be attached to the application.
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Any offer of employment to a successful candidate will be conditioned upon the University's receipt of a satisfactory criminal background report.