The primary sport assignments will be designated by the Head Athletic Trainer. Serves as the primary medical care provider for injuries sustained to student-athletes in the Washington University Athletic Department program. Provides quality comprehensive health care through prevention, evaluation, treatment of injury or illness and act as a therapist for rehabilitation care.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Prevention, evaluation, treatment, referral, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses to Washington University student- athletes.
2. Assist in teaching and instruction of the athletic training class, PE 291.
3. Assist in organizing and conducting the in-service educational program for the athletic training students.
4. Assist in supervision of students employed in the athletic training program.
5. Manage the computer storage of the electronic medical records.
6. Work in conjunction with colleagues in athletic training and strength and conditioning to address injury issues.
7. Perform other duties as assigned.
Bachelor of Science; no experience needed as an athletic trainer. Certified Athletic Trainer in good staning from National Athletic Trainers Association. Licensed as an Athletic Trainer in the State of Missouri.
Critical Skills & Expertise needed:
Advanced knowledge and proficiency with injury evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation. Prior experience with administration responsibilities.
Master's degree with two years of experience as an athletic trainer.
Additional Salary Information: The hiring range for this position is $37,489 - $47,807 annually for a ten-month period (August - May).
Internal Number: 49476
About Washington University in St. Louis
WashU has a rich tradition of athletic achievement that began over 100 years ago and competes at the Division III level of the NCAA. WashU’s varsity sports portfolio contains 19 programs. Men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, and track and field. Women’s sports consist of basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. WashU’s primary conference affiliation is the University Athletic Association Conference (UAA) while football competes in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW). With an alumni base spread throughout the country, the reach of WashU’s athletic programs continues to grow. Over the past year, WashU’s live-streaming viewership has increased by nearly 30%. Washington University’s Athletic Complex has been fortunate to host numerous national championships, renown speakers, musical groups, and political events. Additionally, Francis Field, WashU’s signature outdoor facility, has a storied history as it served as the primary facility for the first Olympic Games in the Western Hemisphere. Another one of WashU’s premier at...hletic facilities is the Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center, which opened its doors in October 2016. The state-of-the-art recreation center has become a highly sought-out destination with over 2,000 daily visitors and 83% of undergraduate students utilizing the space. Earlier this winter, WashU welcomed its 1,000,000th visitor to the Sumers Recreation Center in just over three years of operation.