Orthopaedic Institute of Western Kentucky
The Orthopaedic Institute of Western Kentucky is currently seeking a full-time Athletic Trainer for a high school outreach position. This is a fulltime position with benefits. Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: assessment and treatment of athletic related injuries, daily practice coverage, home varsity event coverage, travel with football, varsity tournament coverage, and some special event coverage, coordination of office referrals for physician visits, scans, and physical therapy. Clinical responsibilities will be between 4 and 8 hour/week, depending upon coverage that is needed. Requirements include: NATABOC certification, Kentucky Licensure requirements, 5 years experience preferred, current First Aid and BLS certification, excellent time management skills, and excellent interpersonal relationship skills.Salary: openAbout the Orthopaedic Institute of Western Kentucky:The Orthopaedic Institute of Western Kentucky is the region's only orthopaedic center of excellence and offers orthopaedic surgery, full service rehabilitation, full service imaging, and an Urgent Care Clinic. We are the region's premier source and largest provider of comprehensive musculoskeletal services. We care for surgical and non-surgical patients in the Western Kentucky area with a wide variety of bone, muscle and joint problems. When you choose our team of physicians, you can be assured that each has advanced specialty training enabling each surgeon to evaluate and treat patients with the most modern techniques and information available. We have 10 surgeons in varying specialties to provide the utmost care in orthopedics. Our onsite outpatient physical therapy center is second to none. Marshall County High School is located approximately 30 minutes away from Paducah, Ky. It is a Class 5A sports high school, know for its dedication and support to its athletic programs. Sports include: Football, Soccer, Cross Country. Basketball, Track and Field, Baseball, Softball, and Swimming. The school boasts some of the best facilities in the region, and nearly all sports participate on-site, at the high school.
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University of the Cumberlands (Graduate Assistant):
The University of the Cumberlands is seeking 2 Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers for the 2016-2017 school year. Position details outlined below.
ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist in supervision of undergraduate work-study staff and First Aid Responders• Provide source of transportation to medical appointments for athletes if needed• Daily management of rehabilitation activities during assigned morning athletic training room hours• Assist with On-campus physician clinics as assigned• Other responsibilities as assigned by the Head and/or Assistant Athletic Trainer(s)POSITION DURATION: 10 month contract (Summer hours negotiable)• Contract renewal yearly• Graduate Assistant positions are available until filled
EDUCATIONAL DEGREE OPPORTUNITIES: Master of Arts in Teaching (On-line format)(Does not require teaching certificate to enter) (2 year program)• MA in Education (requires a teaching certificate)(on-line format)Please note that admission to the UC Masters programs are subject to entrance criteria and books and on-line course fees ARE NOT included as part of the tuition remission at this time
Please Send the Following to Peggy Blackmore-Haus MA, ATC, Head Athletic Trainer: Resume, Official transcripts from each institution attended (Unofficial copy OK for position application),Three letters of recommendation (can be emailed), Letter of application, Proof of current PR certification or similar credential (If Instructor status - send card)
Email:email@example.com JOB REQUIREMENTS:
NATABOC Certified or Eligible