Job Title: Medical Administrative Coordinator
Location: Jupiter, FL
Reports to: Minor League Medical Coordinator, Major League Head Athletic Trainer
The Miami Marlins are seeking an individual with desire to be a part of an innovative culture that is cultivating progress in modern strategies while respecting traditional tactics. The ability to develop systems and processes that focus on staff education, development and collaboration is imperative.
This role is to serve as Medical Administrative Coordinator for the Miami Marlins Medical Team. This position will require daily interaction with field staff, strength & conditioning coaches, team physicians, Minor League Medical Coordinator, Head Athletic Trainer as well as other staff and front office members in addition to daily player care responsibilities. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, Spring Training in Jupiter, FL, administrative tasks for the organization, physician visits and providing care to athletes throughout the minor & major league season.
Essential Function & Responsibilities:
- Lead contact staff member providing player medical risk assessments for:
- MLB & MiLB player acquisitions including draft eligible amateurs, free agents, in-season & off-season prospective trade candidates, internal players & international signee draft eligible players.
- Ability to manage time between high-medium-low priority time-sensitive requests
- Work alongside Head Athletic Trainer & MiLB Medical Coordinator(s), front office, baseball operations and scouting department staff.
- Navigate the MLB Electronic Medical Record System to gather player medical history information and surmise a projected medical risk rating.
- Coordinate post-draft and MiLB free agent mid-season imaging and physicals
- Attend MLB’s Draft Combine to develop and communicate prospective player medical risk to organization
- Ability to demonstrate professionalism in high stress situations.
- Coordinate and communicate with Workers Compensation and billing departments
- Oversee EMR documentation alongside MiLB Medical Coordinator and Head Athletic Trainer
- Ability to build relationships with team physicians, their assistants and administrators
To apply: Send resume and cover letter to Lee Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Education, Experience & Skills Required:
- Master’s degree & CSCS preferred, Certified Athletic Trainer, or Doctorate in Physical Therapy
- Preferred: Bilingual Spanish/English; CPR Certified
- Preferred: Experience working with MLB EMR
The position will work in an athletic training room, weight room, baseball complex, office, and stadium environment. The noise level is usually moderate but can be loud within the stadium and weight room environments. Work is medium in demand. Lifting 100 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects. Medium strength is required to position patients for examination. May assist patients as needed, helping them on and off the exam table. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Off-season demands may include remote work, responsibilities on-site in Jupiter are a possibility. Travel is expected occasionally in this role.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.