Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 Illinois Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposium
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Head Athletic Trainer
Illinois Wesleyan University This position is for a Head Athletic Trainer interested in working Division III College Football. The Head Athletic Trainer is also responsible for the day to day schedule and activities of athletics covering 24 sports and managing 7 other ATC's. This person will report to the Director of Sports Medicine (ATC) and the Athletic Director to privide NCAA support and follow the Policies and Procedures provided to enahance athlete care.
Athletic Trainer Field - Rehab Sports (IPT)
Springfield Clinic Sports Medicine The Athletic Trainer - Field is responsible for serving as a community outreach athletic trainer providing injury evaluation and treatment to area athletes at local schools and community events. Responsible for serving as a clinical and educational resource for staff, students, area coaches, athletic directors and physicians while providing quality care to patients of all ages through the proper utilization of assessment, planning, implementation and instruction.
Head Athletic Trainer - Roosevelt University
RUSH Physical Therapy Full time college athletic training position. Join a team of three other ATs providing sports medicine to the athletes at Roosevelt. Sport assignments will be determined as a team based on schedules and experience. This position is full time outreach through RUSH physical therapy. You’ll work closely with team MD and PT to provide the full spectrum of sports medicine care to these students athletes. Start end of July
Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer
Carle Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Working directly with a Sports Medicine surgeon rooming patients, evaluating patients and delivery of evaluation to physician, and any post visit care needed. Float as needed to work with primary care Sports Medicine physicians. Event coverage at a contracted area high school.
Orthopedics Athletic Trainer
Carle Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Working with a variety of orthopedic providers rooming patients and prepping patients to see providers as well as any post visit care needs. In addition, event coverage at a contracted area high school.
University of Illinois Athletic Trainer
University of Illinois DRES The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Disability Resources and Educational Services Certified Athletic Trainer position is a one-of-a-kind position and a great professional career opportunity. The DRES Certified Athletic Trainer works with the oldest and most recognizable wheelchair athletics program in the world. The Certified Athletic Trainer will work with student-athletes in a dynamic health and wellness teaching setting.
Associate Athletic Trainer
Athletico Physical Therapy Reporting to the AT Manager, the Associate Athletic Trainer will be working alongside medical professionals, Athletic Directors, coaches, and athletes to review medical conditions of athletes and develop plans to meet athlete goals. This includes prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate care, treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning; organization and administration; and professional responsibility.
Certified Athletic Trainer
Southern Illinois Healthcare Responsible for sports medicine and rehabilitation care to the athlete in the clinic and during athletic practices and events.
Responsibilities Assists with coverage during staff shortages and periods of high census/workload. Develops appropriate Plan of Care. Documentation is accurate, complete and timely. Implements preventive care instruction/programs for schools, parents and athletes. Performs thorough sports medicine assessment. Provides care to the athlete during organized athletic events. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training Illinois Athletic Trainer licensure or eligible BLS
Certified Athletic Trainer
Wabash General Hospital At Wabash General Hospital, our Athletic Trainers are crucial to the success of our outreach program and an invaluable asset to the health of our athletic communities. They work collaboratively with our Orthopaedic providers, providing access to injury assessments, treatment, and prevention strategies for local and area athletes. We currently serve thirteen high schools and two community colleges and counting. Our Athletic Trainers enjoy autonomous practice, mentoring and engagement with a professional peer network, readily accessible physicians, paid continuing education, opportunities for career advancement, paid time off, and many other benefits. We welcome new grads and offer full scholarship programs for student loan reimbursement.
Responsibilities include: Duties of the certified athletic trainer include, but are not limited to: evaluation, treatment, management, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries under the direction of WGH sports medicine physician Dr. Karsten Slater, home event and practice coverage; with some travel to away events. Proper and prompt clinical documentation. Communication liaison between primary care provider or specialist and school administration, athletes and parents/guardians. Cognitive baseline testing and preventative program development and implementation. New graduates are encouraged to apply