Company: Allied Health Job Cafe
Location: Fort Sill
Posted on: September 18, 2023
CHENEGA RELIABLE SERVICES LLC Fort Sill OK Athletic Training
services are provided to reduce medical attrition and increase
military m Work includes providing forward MSK care, early medical
intervention, injury prevention (IP) and performance optimization
- Screen target population for conditions related to readiness
and deploy ability, within scope of practice as defined by the NATA
and refer to the clinical supervisor as appropriate and in
accordance with standard operating procedures.
- Apply, evaluate and modify prophylactic and protective
equipment and techniques for Soldiers/Trainees to minimize the risk
of injury or re-injury per BDE requisitioning procedures.
- Provide medical screening, assessments and treatment services
following established protocols to prevent serious injury from
- ATs shall provide emergency first aid and immediate treatment
for soft-tissue injury, acute inflammation/edema, and pain related
to musculoskeletal injury or trauma.
- Document functional limitations up to 7 days, with no more than
an additional 7-day extension. Conditions requiring more than
14-days of physical limitations for the same condition require a
referral to a clinical supervisor.
- If needed, may communicate with the clinical supervisor or
privileged provider through virtual health if that is the best
method of communication for their location.
- Document in the Trainee s official electronic health record
(EHR) any encounter involving the observation, treatment, or care
of a medical condition.
- Participate in a peer review of ATs documentation in the health
care records in accordance with local procedures
- Provide education, instruction, and guidance to
Soldiers/Trainees and leadership, to include generating training
materials to support mission requirements.
- Coordinate with unit Master Fitness Trainers, Master Resilience
Trainers, and Senior Drill Sergeant as requested/needed to support
unit development and execution of training programs in the physical
domain for Soldiers/Trainees with and without physical
- Observe Soldier physical training sessions and identify
Soldiers who may be at risk for injury and provide recommendations
to the Soldiers and leadership regarding observations.
- Provide intervention/education to improve Soldier performance
and reduce/mitigate the risk of injury.
- ATs shall ensure proper execution of special conditioning
programs, such as, reconditioning of injured Soldiers/Trainees and
enhanced conditioning of low-fit, high-risk Soldiers/Trainees.
- Provide an AT orientation overview brief to each new class of
- Participate in meetings with the assigned clinical supervisor
to review and evaluate the injury control services provided to
Soldiers/Trainees, discuss medical issues of concern that affect
safe and appropriate Soldier care, identify existing problems,
identify opportunities to improve delivered care, and provide
recommendations for corrective action.
- Share best practices and lessons learned among all ATs in an
internal, professional venue and reported on in the monthly
- Attend and participate in meetings with leadership as requested
- AT s shall prepare and submit reports as requested.
- Attend and follow mandatory Government training in accordance
with Army regulations. Maintain copies of all training,
certificates, licenses, etc.
- Other duties as assigned
- A Bachelor s degree from a college or university accredited by
the commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
- Board of Certification (BOC) for the Athletic Trainer
examination and hold credentials of Athletic Trainer, Certified
- A current, active, valid unrestricted license in any of the 50
Unites States, the District of Colombia, the Commonwealth of Puerto
Rico, Guam, or the US Virgin Islands.
- Two years of relevant AT work experience within the last five
- Current certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) for
Healthcare Providers from the American Heart Association or the
American Red Cross with Automated External Defibrillators (AED)
certification. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Have the ability to read, write, and speak English well enough
and enunciate with sufficient clarity to effectively communicate
with Soldiers/Trainees, staff and other ATs.
- Demonstrate sufficient initiative, interpersonal relationship
skills and social sensitivity such that they can relate to a
variety of Soldiers/Trainees from diverse backgrounds.
- Have the ability to operate a computer utilizing Microsoft
applications, such as Word, Excel and EHR System.
- Must be physically able to hike in an austere environment and
terrain (e.g., rocky, no running water, no shelter, no bathroom, no
climate control, inclement weather, loud, smoky, etc.) while
carrying their own backpack with necessary supplies on occasion
- Be physically able to lift and manipulate loads and weight
plates up to 45 pounds.
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