Pending Contract Award with an anticipated late Fall start.
Athletic Trainer job in Wahiawa, Hawaii.
Support brigade-based Human Performance Teams focused on optimizing Soldier readiness and performance
Work within the Army's new system by providing expert coaching on proper body mechanics and efficient movement techniques in the training and field environment and in coordination with the physical therapist.
Collects and reports data and recommends and advises the HP team and unit leadership on all injury issues related to physical readiness training.
- Provides evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of acute musculoskeletal conditions before, during, and after physical readiness training.
- Screen target population for conditions related to readiness and deployability,
- Refer to the clinical supervisor as appropriate
- Apply, evaluate and modify prophylactic and protective equipment and techniques for Soldiers to minimize the risk of injury or re-injury per unit requisitioning procedures.
- Provide medical screening, assessments and treatment services.
- Provide emergency first aid and immediate treatment for soft-tissue injury, acute inflammation/edema, and pain related to musculoskeletal injury or trauma.
- Prepare physical profile to document functional limitations.
- Document EHR
- Participate in a peer review
- Assist with the proper execution of special conditioning programs
- Participate in meetings with the assigned clinical supervisor
- Advise on basic acute care, injury control, reconditioning, and performance optimization.
- Provide education, instruction, and guidance to Soldiers and unit leadership,
- Attend and participate in meetings
Athletic TrainerJob Qualifications:
- 2 years relevant experience within the last 5 years
- Board Certification
- Bachelor's Degree
- Graduate from a college or university accredited CAATE
- BLS Providers with AED by AHA
- Licensure: active, current, unrestricted. Any U.S. state.
- Physical Demands -Essential and marginal functions may require maintaining physical condition necessary for bending, stooping, sitting, walking, or standing for prolonged periods of time; most of time is spent sitting in a comfortable position with frequent opportunity to move about.
- Ability to lift 55 lbs without injury
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