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Bay FC

Bay FC

Assistant Athletic Trainer


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Dec 20, 2023


Employer: Bay FC  Role: Assistant Athletic Trainer Reports to: Head Athletic Trainer    Background    Bay FC is the first NWSL team in the Bay Area. Co-founded by four U.S. Women’s National Team legends—Brandi Chastain, Aly Wagner, Danielle Slaton, and Leslie Osborne—in partnership with global investment firm Sixth Street, Bay FC is changing the face of women’s soccer as we know it. Beginning play in the 2024 season, we are building a squad that will play the beautiful game with power, passion, energy, and creativity.  Bay FC is a team that defies convention and transcends culture. We are proud to represent the Bay Area with its tapestry of different ethnicities, languages, climates, and ideas. Our team will be a uniting force, building a culture of belonging and shared pride. We will become a beacon of hope and connection, welcoming and embracing all fans. Our stadium will be a home for people of all backgrounds and identities. We will be the bridge that unites the Bay’s diverse communities. Through our actions and our love of the game, we will inspire and improve the lives of others.   While our community is our foundation, our love of football is our reason for being. We have the fire to be the best, and we will show up on the field every day with intensity, competitiveness, passion, and a drive to win.    Position Summary   The Assistant Athletic Trainer is responsible for assisting in the administration the daily prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses. Above all, this individual will help execute effective and efficient operations and communications, and provide a positive and professional experience for all players and staff.    Key Responsibilities  Delivers the healthcare of players including first aid/emergency care, on-site injury evaluation, application of appropriate modalities, development and implementation of rehabilitation and prevention programs, and scheduling of medical referrals. Attends all practice sessions, home games, away games and scrimmages, as directed Applies and evaluates the effectiveness of interventions using evidence-based practices to guide decisions  Electronically documents accurate first report of injury, physician diagnosis, player assessments, player treatments, and return to play dates. Works collaboratively with performance staff to design and implement programs to reduce the risk of injury and illness. Complies with OSHA standards regarding blood-borne pathogens. Keeps athletic training room and other areas safe, clean, and organized. Maintains a complete and up-to-date roster of player health and participation records in the League’s Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system. Assists in the completion of insurance/Workers’ Compensation claims for players. Complies with all League medical policies and protocols. Abides by all local, state, and federal laws and regulations specific to their profession, codes, and standards of their governing bodies, must follow all applicable League Rules and Team policies  Attends all activities/meetings/programs as required by the League. Attends activities/meetings/programs to maintain professional license(s) and continually improve the level of healthcare services delivered to the players Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications:  Must be certified by the Board of Certification (BOC) and in good standing with the BOC  Minimum of three (2) years of experience as an athletic trainer after receiving BOC certification working in collegiate, professional, or international environments  Experience working in a professional women’s sporting environment preferred First Aid and CPR certification Personal liability insurance High degree of personal integrity, supporting club culture, values, and objectives  Strong cross-departmental collaborator with an excitement for working in a start-up environment    Compensation: Salary range of $80,000-$90,000; actual base compensation within the identified range will vary based on factors relevant to the position such as experience and skill level.    Bay FC is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation.

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