Title: Certified Minor League Athletic Trainer (Part-Time)
Department: Dominican Baseball Operations
Reporting to: Minor League Medical Coordinator
Job Classification: Part-time, exempt
Full-time Location (City, State): La Victoria, Dominican Republic
About the A’s:
The Oakland A’s are a baseball team founded in 1901. They have a rich history, having won nine World Series championships and 15 American League pennants. The A’s are known for pioneering the “Moneyball” approach to team-building, which focuses on using statistical analysis to identify undervalued players.
In addition to their success on the field, the Oakland A’s also have a positive and dynamic work culture. They have been recognized twice as the Front Office Sports, Best Employers in Sports.
The A’s are defined by their core pillars of being Dynamic, Innovative, and Inclusive. Working for the A’s offers the opportunity to be part of an innovative organization that values its employees and strives to create a positive work environment.
The Oakland Athletics are currently seeking a Part-Time Certified Minor League Athletic Trainer who will be assigned to our facility in La Victoria, Dominican Republic. This position will work directly with the minor league players to aid in management of all medical and player care programs while also working proactively to prevent injuries. This position will work with the Minor League Medical Coordinator and other Athletic Trainers with responsibilities during the Dominican Summer League season.
- Provide prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation techniques for various injuries.
- Daily communication with respective medical, performance, and coaching staff.
- Documentation and recordkeeping using the electronic medical records system (EMR).
- Assisting with daily maintenance and treatment programs for all players.
- Perform various administrative duties as assigned.
- Adhering to and monitoring of Health & Safety Protocols per MLB and the Club.
- NATABOC certified and in good standing.
- Eligible to meet state Licensure requirements.
- CPR/AED certification.
- Strong communication and computer skills.
- Fluency in Spanish is a plus, but not required
- Experience working with players from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
- Prior experience in professional baseball.
- Ability to stand, walk, and actively participate in on-field practices and games for extended periods of time.
- Adequate mobility and physical stamina to engage in field activities and accompany players during practices and games.