Minor League Athletic Trainer

San Francisco Giants

Minor League Athletic Trainer

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POSITION: Minor League Athletic Trainer

LEVEL OF POSITION: Minor League Athletic Trainer

ORGANIZATION: San Francisco Giants

JOB STATUS: Full time

CONTACT PERSONS: Ryo Watanabe, Minor League Medical Coordinator and Dustin Luepker, Minor League Medical Director

METHOD OF CONTACT: rwatanabe@sfgiants.com; dluepker@sfgiants.com

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The San Francisco Giants are seeking a full-time Certified Athletic Trainer for one of their minor league affiliates.  This staff member will participate in spring training and transfer to respective affiliate at the beginning of their season, continuing through the minor league season, along with off-season requirements.

Primary job responsibilities will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Athletic training services and sports medicine care for all players and staff members
  • Understanding and implementation of a holistic approach to injury prevention and injury rehabilitation as outlined by the medical staff leadership group
  • Competency in injury evaluation, injury management, rehabilitation/treatment interventions based on current research and best standards of care
  • Communication with the medical coordinators on injury management process
  • Communication with team physicians and player development staff
  • Communication with coaching staff on player’s most updated medical/game status
  • Communication and collaboration with strength and conditioning staff to implement preventative and rehabilitative protocols
  • Accurate and timely documentation in the EMR of ALL information regarding the health of players as outlined by the basic minimum standards established by MLB
  • Administrative duties including scheduling physician appointments and diagnostic imaging
  • Establish and maintain an environment supportive of ALL medical staff members
  • Maintenance of a clean and well organized athletic training/strength and conditioning facility
  • Professional values in line with organizational standards
  • Participation in off-season camps and medical staff development opportunities as needed or assigned by medical coordinators

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Current NATA BOC Certification and CPR/AED Certification required
  • Eligible for licensure in the states of Arizona and corresponding affiliate when applicable
  • Strong communication skills