Salary starts at $46,051.20 and is commensurate with experience. Boise State University is committed to offering a benefits package that provides health and financial protection plans as well as resources to promote health and well-being. Our program provides flexibility so you can choose the benefits that are right for you and your family. Learn more about our benefit options at https://www.boisestate.edu/hrs/benefits/.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Boise State University is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Athletic Trainer to assist with the delivery of quality medical care for men’s basketball student-athletes. This person should have men’s basketball related experience in a college or professional setting and be able to work with multiple individuals at once. All interested persons must be eligible for Idaho state licensure.
Provide emergency medical coverage and athletic training services including injury prevention, management, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation strategies for assigned athletic teams for all home and away competitions and practices for designated teams.
Maintain adequate records concerning athletic injuries, their etiology, treatment, and follow up treatment along with outside referrals as necessary.
Coordinate physician and medical staff referrals, appointments and surgeries for injured athletes with Idaho Sports Medicine Institute and outside vendors.
Coordinate claims, payments and coverage of insurance benefits for athletes who have received medical care outside of the university setting medical facilities by working directly with the Athletic Student Insurance Coordinator on all insurance paperwork necessary for athletic injuries.
Participate in coaches meetings to help provide injury updates.
Maintain current certification and licensure as required for all staff.
Act as the primary athletic trainer for the men’s basketball team
Assist with the daily management of the Athletic Training room, including restocking supplies, maintaining inventory and assisting with preparation of supplies and services for home and away contests.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Certification by the NATABOC & must meet standards for State of Idaho Licensure
CPR and First Aid certifications (must be completed within one month of hire).
Two (2) + years of experience working directly with men’s basketball at the collegiate or professional level.
One (1)+ years of experience supervising staff athletic trainers.
Experience working in a collaborative environment with other health and wellness professionals in an athletics setting.
Experience in leadership roles in a professional setting.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Some knowledge and understanding of NCAA rules and regulations regarding compliance issues
Communication skills and ability to work well with staff, student-athletes, physicians and parents
Ability to perform adequate and competent evaluations in regard to health status of student-athletes
In place of a cover letter, please answer the four (4) questions below, in 100 words or less per question, on a Word document and upload to your application:
Describe what collaboration looks like to you between Sports Medicine, Sports Performance, Sports Nutrition, and Mental Health.
List three (3) character traits that you think define you as a professional and as a person.
Describe the ideal work setting for you?
Describe your leadership philosophy and how you see yourself applying it in relation to student-athletes, coaches and staff in the collegiate athletics setting.