The Assistant Athletic Trainer has primary responsibility to assist with the overall medical and health related care of student athletes participating in NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic teams within the University. Essential duties include but are not limited to: assist in prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, physician referral, and medical documentation of all injuries associated with assigned student athletes; communication with coaches, student athletes, parents, staff and physicians within NATA and HIPAA guidelines; maintain and observe all athletic policy and procedures in accordance with NATA regulations and remain certified to perform these duties on a daily basis. Provide supervision of daily practice and game coverage, in season travel, and summer sports workout coverage for assigned sports as permitted by NCAA legislation: required to be flexible and adapt to schedule changes. Required to adhere to all policies, procedures, and regulations of the NATA, NCAA, Conference USA, and MTSU Athletic Department. Serve as an approved clinical instructor (ACI) within the CAATE accredited undergraduate athletic training curriculum program, teach athletic training curriculum program and teach athletic training courses in the Health and Human Performance program as assigned; assist Associate Trainers in the supervision of certified graduate assistant athletic trainers and our sports medicine athletic training students in the Sports Medicine educational program: instruct these students in professional prevention, care and rehabilitation of assigned athletes. Expected to attend national NATA and Conference USA meetings and/or conventions to remain current in their field for changes that occur. Required to comply with NCAA legislation and immediately report any known violations of NCAA rules to the Compliance office and submit all required documentation to the Compliance office in a timely fashion; perform other related tasks or special projects as assigned.
Required Related Experience: Two (2) years of relevant collegiate and/or clinical athletic training experience required. Graduate Assistantships in Athletic Training in a university training room accepted. Knowledge of NATABOC rules and regulations required. CPR, AED, First Aid Certified required.
Desirable Related Experience: Four years of Division I A Athletic Training experience preferred. Graduate Assistantships in a university training room will be accepted as relevant experience.
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