Pay Grade 42
Review of applications will begin on March 15, 2013.
Director of Sports Medicine will function to manage all aspects of the daily
medical care for the Women’s Soccer Program.
In addition, they will oversee an intern athletic trainer, and a
graduate student certified athletic trainer, whose primary responsibility will
be to care for the Women’s Varsity and Novice Rowing Programs. The Assistant Director will also assist the
Director of Sports Medicine in administrative duties of the Sports Medicine
Department as assigned solely by the Director of Sports Medicine.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage all aspects of
daily medical needs of Women’s Soccer program.
and mentor the intern athletic trainer and graduate student certified athletic
trainer for Women’s Varsity and Novice Rowing programs.
Directly supervise all
athletic training student assistants assigned to work with Soccer.
coordinate, lead, and track regularly occurring Journal Club for UT Sports
Medicine department staff, intern, and graduate assistant athletic trainers,
for purpose of continuing education.
coordinate, and track annual CPR/AED training for all Sports Medicine
department staff and students. Also
responsible for coordinating and tracking CPR/AED training for mid-semester, or
mid-year new Sports Medicine department employees, as well as other UT Athletic
Department employees upon request (i.e. strength coaches, sport coaches,
Act as liaison for
Sports Medicine department to UT Medical Center Lifestar Paramedics.
Update and maintain
current Sports Medicine department Cleaning Policy and Procedure manual.
with Women’s Soccer coaching staff regarding all injuries and illnesses of Women’s
Soccer student-athletes, as well as status of ongoing student-athlete
rehabilitation and treatments, medical appointments, and participation status
with Women’s Soccer Strength and Conditioning coach regarding all physical
restrictions due to injury or illness of Women’s Soccer student-athletes. Create and update regularly, a written report
detailing restrictions, rehabilitation progressions, and recommendations.
Communicate all major Women’s
Soccer student-athlete injuries and illnesses directly to the Director of
Sports Medicine, including all scheduled and emergency surgical procedures,
hospitalizations, and emergency department visits.
Assist in medical
coverage of other UT sports as requested by the Director of Sports Medicine.
Other duties as
assigned by the Director of Sports Medicine.
Athletic Training or other related field required. MS in Athletic Training or
other related field required. NATABOC
Certification as an Athletic Trainer.
Licensed, or license-eligible, as Athletic Trainer by State Board of
Health in Tennessee. Current CPR/AED
of 3 years experience as staff athletic trainer required. Preference given to NCAA
FBS and Professional sports
exceptional communication skills and ability to work effectively as a member of
the Sports Medicine Team. Demonstrate
high level of athletic training experience and competency in evaluation of
injuries and illnesses, treatment planning and implementation, rehabilitation
program design for major time loss injuries and illnesses.
maintain a positive attitude and show openness to working as a member of Sports
Medicine team at all times. Will
demonstrate attention to details via diligent documentation of all injury/illness
evaluations, treatments, rehabilitations, medical appointments, and
participation status. Will comply with
all pertinent SEC and NCAA rules and regulations at all times, and will report
all known violations to Director of Sports Medicine and Compliance staff. Will show acceptance of diversity in regards
to race, religion, gender, and beliefs. Will
adhere to all confidentiality policy rules and regulations in regards to
student-athletes’ protected health information in accordance with appropriate
HIPAA or FERPA standards.
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