|Job title:||Athletic Trainer|
Greensboro Orthopaedics is an orthopaedic medical practice, dedicated to providing outstanding, comprehensive, & patient-centered care. Our Sports Medicine providers are focused on orthopaedic care for all types of athletes - professional, collegiate, high school, and recreational. As we continue to expand our Sports Medicine Program, we are seeking an Athletic Trainer (AT) to join our team of professionals.
The AT’s primary responsibility will be to provide athletic training services to the student-athletes of a local school under the direction of the team physician. The candidate will also have clinical responsibilities within our physician clinics as well as have the opportunity to serve others through our Sports Medicine Outreach Program.
Essential responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Athletic Injury Prevention.
• Athletic Injury Recognition.
• Athletic Injury Evaluation.
• Acute Athletic Injury Management.
• Medical Record Keeping/Documentation Management (Maintain accurate documentation of medical treatments, clinical evaluations, therapeutic intervention & rehabilitation of injuries & medical conditions, as well as DME and referrals using a computer-based management software).
• Development and Maintenance of Emergency Action Plans.
• Serve as an educational resource.
• Systematize and manage sports medicine supplies and equipment inventory.
• Communicate appropriately and effectively with coaches, administration, event coordinators, parents, student-athletes, and other healthcare providers.
• Schedule and be present for pre-participation sports physicals.
• Provide Community Outreach Sports Medicine Services as requested by Greensboro Orthopaedics.
• Clinical Responsibilities: patient intake, vital signs assessment, suture/staple removal, casting, post-op care, documentation, assist providers as needed.
• Report directly to the Greensboro Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Coordinator, Clinical Manager, and/or Team Physician.
• Maintain a clean and safe workspace.
• Candidate must possess & maintain NATA BOC Certification with good standing.
• Candidate must be licensed or eligible for North Carolina State licensure.
• Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training or similar program required.
• Strong communication skills.
• Ability to work independently and as a team member.
• 1-3 years of secondary school athletic training experience.
• 1-3 years of orthopaedic physician clinic experience.
• Expected lifting, bending, walking, running, kneeling, standing, sitting, and squatting.
• Requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity.
• Requires normal hearing and eyesight.
• Requires the ability to manage high stress situations. Must be able to adjust and adapt to changing conditions.
This position requires work in multiple environments including, but not limited to school athletic facilities and outpatient orthopaedic clinic.
Position type/Expected hours of work:
This is a full-time position (hours and days of work may vary). Some weekend and holiday hours may be required.
Travel between locations is expected.
This full-time position includes:
Excellent compensation package with competitive pay and benefits.
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