Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
4 Year Degree
Purpose: Reporting to the Associate Athletic Director, the primary purpose is to ensure the success of student athletes’ health and well-being as well as the effectiveness and efficiency of student athlete prevention of injury, rehabilitation, and treatment plans for injured student athletes. Another function of this position will be to work in collaboration with the strength/conditioning staff in delivering a comprehensive, practical and evidence-based strategies that foster an environment for nutrition, performance enhancement, injury prevention, recovery and reconditioning. Develop and oversee a student athletic trainer program.
Additionally, to assist in athletic administrative duties and leading equipment services on behalf of the athletic department.
For more information on the position or the Episcopal School of Dallas, please contact Kelly Howe in the Human Resources department via email@example.com. To apply, please visit our career opportunities page on our website at www.esdallas.org. Only applications submitted there will be considered. Position will be posted until filled. Please DO NOT apply on ncaa.org.
-Licensed in the State of Texas by the State Board of Health as an Athletic Trainer or ability to obtain. -Bachelor’s Degree in athletic training from an accredited program required; Master’s degree preferred. -Certification by the National Athletic Trainers Association -Certified in First Aid/CPR/AED -Three years Athletic Training experience required, with head experience preferred. -Ability to multi-tak and make effective decisions related to health, safety, equipment and customer service. -Must have organizational, supervisory, and management skills -Must be able to work independently, prioritize tasks, and meet scheduled deadlines -Must have budgeting, maintenance and purchasing skills -Must have the ability to assess student needs and be able to respond to those needs effectively -Should have the necessary interpersonal skills necessary to be successful in a team environment.
About Episcopal School of Dallas
The Episcopal School of Dallas is an academic community whose mission is to prepare young men and women for lives of intellectual discovery, integrity, and purpose. The first ESD class was held in 1974 and included eight 7th graders. Today, more than 1,150 students attend ESD, aged Beginner (age 3) through 12th grade, with 400 students in the Upper School (9th – 12th grade). Built upon our Founding Tenets of Daily Worship, Community, Ethical Decision-Making, and Service, ESD is committed to the intellectual, spiritual and physical wellness of every member of its community.
ESD’s gifted faculty and staff are the backbone of our institution and paramount to the school’s success. They are committed to inspiring, developing, and sustaining excellence, and are deftly able to balance the rigors of a college-preparatory environment with nurture and compassion. More than 200 serve the ESD community and all are appreciated and respected for their individual and collective contributions.