Provides direct support to student-athletes by supervising all operations related to services associated with their care and well-being. This includes the evaluation, treatment and follow-up care of all injuries as well as prescribing programs for the prevention of injuries and rehabilitation at the consent and direction of the treating physician. Also, collaborates with the Office of Health Services in the scheduling of athletic physicals and consulting with local medical practitioners regarding sports injuries.
Be in attendance at all home athletic games and, on occasion, away contests. Provide coverage for all regularly scheduled practice sessions and scrimmages as determined by the Director of Athletics. Ensure medical coverage during all intercollegiate contests and tournaments hosted by the college. Ensure that all medical kits are stocked and issued to each team for away contests, to include medical supplies and insurance documentation.
Maintain Training Room supply inventory and monitor overall maintenance and operation of rehabilitation and training equipment.
Compile, maintain, and report all statistical information annually of all athletic-related injuries. This includes coordinating all injury reports, physician referrals, health records, physical examination reports, treatment and rehabilitation reports with the Office of Health Services and coaching staff members.
Provide AED, CPR, and Lifesaving training to all coaches and appropriate Athletics staff members. Administer baseline testing for all student-athletes and incorporate concussion management policies and procedures. Keep up-to-date regarding current medical issues affecting student athletes, such as asthma, cardiac issues, etc., and provide guidance to coaching staff as to how to respond to any of these issues. Provide information update sessions to all coaches on the reporting requirements when injuries occur during games and/or practices on or off-campus.
Review, edit, and update the Athletic Office policies and procedures manual as it pertains to the health and safety of all intercollegiate programs and student-athletes.
Participate in all relevant health and safety, driving, and emergency management training workshops as required by the college.
In collaboration with the Office of Business and Finance, handle all matters related to insurance coverage for student-athletes, including documentation and reporting procedures.
Assist the Director of Athletics in any other duties that contribute to the efficient management of the Athletic Department including the coordination and management of summer athletic camps. Serve as one of the college’s Campus Security Authorities, responsible for reporting to Public Safety any activities that may be considered criminal incidences.
Current certification with the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), CPR, AED, and first aid training.
Currently registered and/or licensed with the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work with key personnel in various college divisions.
Familiarity with various computer software programs and student information systems.
Ability to work flexible schedule that will include nights and weekends.
Evidence of clean driving record.
A minimum of two (2) years experience working in Athletic Training, Physical Therapy, or treatment of sports-related injuries.
A Bachelor’s Degree required in Health and Physical Education, Sports Training, Physical Therapy, or related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
Internal Number: S062P
About County College of Morris
The County College of Morris is known for its outstanding faculty and staff, the superior quality of its programs and services, and the success of its students. CCM enrolls more than 8,000 students in over 70 degree and certificate programs each year, and boasts one of the highest graduation rates in New Jersey. Our graduates transfer to top colleges and universities in New Jersey and the nation. The County College of Morris is located in Randolph New Jersey in the suburban northwest of the state. Strategically situated just 40 miles west of New York City on the I-80 corridor and 39 miles east of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, this very special location offers easy access to the cultural center of NYC and also to outdoor recreational opportunities. From Morris County New Jersey it is a short drive to Philadelphia and just a few hours to Boston or Washington, D.C. Be prepared to be surprised by historic Morris County New Jersey!