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Athletic Trainer (ND/MN)

Altru Health System Clinic

This is a Full-time position in Grand Forks, ND posted May 29, 2021.

Job Summary The Athletic Trainer may work in many different setting including coordinating and providing patient care in the physician#s practice, which may include first assistant in surgery. The Athletic Trainer coordinates the administration of athletic training services at assigned school, venue or events. This position works cooperatively and is actively engaged in the teaching of fellows, residents, athletic trainers, and other student. Essential Job Functions Assists with patient education involving the whole patient care and treatment plan according to validated skill level. Performs and functions as a first assistant by demonstrating appropriate skill level of procedures under the supervision of the Orthopedic Physician. Assists student athletes with physician referral and works with providers to return the athlete to play safely. Provides concussion management services utilizing IMPACT testing. Performs on-site injury assessment and treatment including first aid and Basic Life Support (BLS). Performs injury prevention services through identification of predisposing conditions and utilization of protective taping and bracing. Applies and removes all types of casts, appropriate dressings, splints, traction and other orthopedic appliances and equipment. Coordinates the administration of the athletic training program at assigned schools, including site visits, event coverage and sports related education and training. Performs other duties as assigned or needed to meet the needs of the department/organization. Demonstrates understanding and follows infection control policies and procedures according to standard operating procedure. Maintains requirements for age specific competencies for the position and demonstrates the knowledge or principles of growth and developments and the skills necessary to provide patient/customer care/services. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of and compliance with: All pertinent safety, health and environmental policies, procedures and guidelines. Working safely, without causing harm or risk to self, others or property. The work environment safety procedures and prompt reporting of unsafe practices, procedures, accidents, injuries or other safety violations to the Leader. The use of all safety equipment and personal protective equipment. Driving Requirements Professional Drivers: Persons who drive as their main responsibility OR transport passengers or hazardous materials. Frequent Drivers: Persons whose main responsibility is not driving, but drive daily or almost daily. Occasional Drivers: Persons who drive from once per month to as frequently as once per week. Infrequent Drivers: Persons who are generally not expected to drive. Driving Category Frequent Driver License, Certification # Registration Title Credentialing Body Timeframe When Needed Verified By Athletic Trainer North Dakota Board of Athletic Training Prior to Start Date HR Primary Sources Athletic Trainer Minnesota Board of Medical Practice Within 4 Months of Start Date HR Primary Sources Driver#s License with Acceptable Driving Record Drivers License – Current State Licensed Prior to Start Date HR Primary Sources Basic Life Support (BLS) American Heart Association (AHA) Within 2 Months of Start Date Learning Management SystemJob SummaryThe Athletic Trainer may work in many different setting including coordinating and providing patient care in the physician’s practice, which may include first assistant in surgery. The Athletic Trainer coordinates the administration of athletic training services at assigned school, venue or events. This position works cooperatively and is actively engaged in the teaching of fellows, residents, athletic trainers, and other student.Essential Job FunctionsAssists with patient education involving the whole patient care and treatment plan according to validated skill level.Performs and functions as a first assistant by demonstrating appropriate skill level of procedures under the supervision of the Orthopedic Physician.Assists student athletes with physician referral and works with providers to return the athlete to play safely. Provides concussion management services utilizing IMPACT testing.Performs on-site injury assessment and treatment including first aid and Basic Life Support (BLS). Performs injury prevention services through identification of predisposing conditions and utilization of protective taping and bracing.Applies and removes all types of casts, appropriate dressings, splints, traction and other orthopedic appliances and equipment.Coordinates the administration of the athletic training program at assigned schools, including site visits, event coverage and sports related education and training.Performs other duties as assigned or needed to meet the needs of the department/organization.Demonstrates understanding and follows infection control policies and procedures according to standard operating procedure.Maintains requirements for age specific competencies for the position and demonstrates the knowledge or principles of growth and developments and the skills necessary to provide patient/customer care/services.Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of and compliance with:All pertinent safety, health and environmental policies, procedures and guidelines.Working safely, without causing harm or risk to self, others or property.The work environment safety procedures and prompt reporting of unsafe practices, procedures, accidents, injuries or other safety violations to the Leader.The use of all safety equipment and personal protective equipment.Driving RequirementsProfessional Drivers: Persons who drive as their main responsibility OR transport passengers or hazardous materials.Frequent Drivers: Persons whose main responsibility is not driving, but drive daily or almost daily.Occasional Drivers: Persons who drive from once per month to as frequently as once per week.Infrequent Drivers: Persons who are generally not expected to drive.Driving CategoryFrequent DriverLicense, Certification & RegistrationTitleCredentialing BodyTimeframe When NeededVerified ByAthletic TrainerNorth Dakota Board of Athletic TrainingPrior to Start DateHR Primary SourcesAthletic TrainerMinnesota Board of Medical PracticeWithin 4 Months of Start DateHR Primary SourcesDriver’s License with Acceptable Driving RecordDrivers License – Current State LicensedPrior to Start DateHR Primary SourcesBasic Life Support (BLS)American Heart Association (AHA)Within 2 Months of Start DateLearning Management System