Education/Experience: Bachelors’ Degree from 4 year university with emphasis on athletic training; required number of athletic trainer apprentice hours (1800 hours); Texas State licensure certification REQUIRED. A.T.C. Certification preferred.
Hours: After school and weekend practices and games. About 2-6pm daily.
- Works with students on their general health and to prepare for games and recover from injuries, and maintains equipment and uniforms
- Assists with general rehab
- Assists with organizing pre-participation physicals
- Prepares athletes for games
- Organizes taping, rehabilitation, stretching, hydration of athletes in order to prevent injuries
- Evaluates Injuries – history, observation, assessment, treatments, record keeping, and notification
- Supervise activities of student athletic trainers
- Assist with organization of nutritious meals before games
- Meet with each in season head coach on a daily basis to evaluate and discuss injury reports
- Input season ending injuries and concussions into TAPPSTER
- Monitor and evaluate students with concussions using Baseline testing and Sport Concussion Assessment Tool
- Assist the coaching staff with the proper sanitation of equipment, in particular shoulder pads and helmets
- Communicate effectively with parents concerning referrals to team physicians and medical clearance/return to play release policies
- Advise all undergraduate assistants concerning diocesan, TAPPS, DPL, NFHS, and Safe Environment Program polices
Please send resumes to Assistant Principal Stephen Guerrero at email@example.com.
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