Children's Hospital Colorado Athletic Trainer- Outreach Setting - 60782 in Aurora, Colorado

Why Work at Children's....Children's Hospital Colorado has defined and delivered pediatric healthcareexcellence for more than 100 years. Founded in 1908, Children's Coloradois a leading pediatric network entirely devoted to the health and well beingof children. Continually recognized as one of the nation's outstandinghospitals by U.S. News & World Report, Children's Colorado is known bothfor its nationally and internationally recognized medical, research andeducation programs as well as the full spectrum of everyday care for kidsthroughout Colorado and surrounding states. With more than 1,000 healthcareprofessionals representing the full spectrum of pediatric specialties,Children's Colorado Network of Care includes its main campus, 16Children's Care Centers and more than 400 outreach clinics.A career at Children's Colorado will challenge you, inspire you, andmotivate you to make a difference in the life of a child.Additional InformationDepartment: Sports Medicine CenterHours per week: 40, eligible for benefitsM-S, typical hours within the afternoon hours with frequent weekends foroutreach coverage depending on seasonalityOutreach athletic trainer position working in the outreach setting withresponsibility to local high school coverage. The majority of responsibilitieswith be in North Denver area (Thornton, Broomfield) In addition toassigned outreach coverage, this position also has other programmaticrequirements including, but not limited to, continuing education,training, meetings and other fill in outreach coverage as needed forschools, clubs and tournaments.Job OverviewThe primary responsibilities of the outreach ATC are to provide superiorrehabilitative care to injured athletes and patients; to educate the publicon injury prevention, rehabilitation, wellness and other health-relatedissues; maintain the highest standards of care and integrity and provide"Athletic Training Services"* to student athletes under the direction ofthe team physician or by written referral from a physician, and inaccordance with state athletic training practice act.The ideal candidate for this position will have:Effective interpersonal skills to communicate both in person and in writingStrong work ethic and ability to prioritize multiple tasks and follow throughin a timely mannerExcellent customer service skills and initiativeAbility to work independently and as an effective team memberHave initiative to ask questions, make proposals, and effectively problemsolveAbility to clearly organize and maintain files and documents, both digitaland printedInsight to work efficiently and effectively; proactively rather thanreactivelyExperience and/or passion in working with young athletesResponsibilitiesPopulation Specific Careb.) Infancy - >30 days to 1yrc.) Toddlers - >1yr to 3yrsd.) Pre-Schoolers - >3yrs to 5yrse.) School age - >5yrs to 13yrsf.) Adolescent - >13yrs to 18yrsg.) Adult - >18yrs to 65yrsOther InformationSCOPE AND LEVELContacts: c - Most often externally with patients and families, involvescoordination with other departments; exchanges require explanation &interpretation and involves matters possibly sensitive in nature.Financial Accountability: a -Responsible for personal use of resources,supplies and materials, tracking personal spending and submitting accurateexpense reports.Impact of Decisions: Decides policy and functional goals, exerts someinfluence on overall objectives and long-range organizational goals.Judgment: b -Sets priorities for own work within overall guidelines;manages own workflow in cooperation with others.QualificationsBachelor's degree, Master's preferredBOC certificationColorado registration (or eligible)NPI numberCurrent CPR/First Aid CertificationPhysical RequirementsAbility to Perform Essential Functions of the JobAudio-Visual: Color Discrimination: GoodAudio-Visual: Depth Perception: GoodAudio-Visual: Far Vision: GoodAudio-Visual: Hearing: GoodAudio-Visual: Near Vision: GoodGeneral Activity: Drive: 1-2 hrs. per dayGe