Select Physical Therapy in
BRIDGEPORT, CT is seeking a licensed athletic trainer (ATC) for a
high school sports contract.
We have a
steady 32 hours of coverage needed in Bridgeport, CT. We have
additional sports contracts on the horizon as high school sports
continue to re-open in the state. An ideal athletic trainer has
previous experience, but new graduate athletic trainers are welcome
to apply. You MUST have
your Connecticut license to begin and we are looking to hire
This would be
an hourly paid position based on experience and coverage may
fluctuate (more or less) based on sports coverage needs and
returning teams in the area.
Athletic Trainer is involved in the Athletic Training Services
program: coordinates medical coverage of contract school’s or
professional team’s athletic events and practices, coordinates the
access of healthcare for athletes at contract locations, and
designs/implements specific therapeutic programs for rehabilitation
of injured athletes.
For additional details on this or any of
our outpatient opportunities nationwide contact our Regional
NovaCare Rehabilitation and Select Physical
Regional Recruiter- Outpatient Division
Physical Therapy is part of Select Medical's Outpatient Division.
We are a nationally prominent, locally driven provider of
outpatient physical rehabilitation with almost 1800 locations in 37
states, including the District of Columbia. Throughout
the country we operate primarily as Select Physical Therapy,
NovaCare Rehabilitation, Physio, Kessler Rehabilitation
Center, KORT, Saco Bay Physical Therapy, Concentra, SSM
Physical Therapy and Keystone Physical
Therapy. Our highly respected clinical team
provides preventative and rehabilitative services that maximize
functionality and promote well-being. We develop individualized
treatment plans to help achieve each patient's specific goals. Our
integrated local market network allows us to effectively partner
with physicians, employers, payors and case managers to achieve
optimal patient outcomes in a cost-effective manner. We also
provide physical therapy and athletic training services to
professional sports teams, colleges, universities and high schools.
for patient care under supervision of a licensed physical
in the Athletic Training Services program, participation in the
coverage of school athletic events and practices.
and implements specific therapeutic programs for rehabilitation of
the injured athlete
the need for and administers proper athletic training techniques
prior to and during games/practices to decrease risk of injury.
Athletic training techniques can include: taping, wrapping,
bracing, proper hydration and minor wound care.
with interpretation, selected measurement procedures such as
isokinetic testing, range of motion, gross strength of muscle
groups, length and girth of body parts, and vital
the effectiveness of athletic training/rehabilitative techniques
and records change as indicated by athlete response within limits
of specified plan of care.
closely with physical therapists and area physicians to treat
athletes. Maintains proper lines of communication to ensure athlete
is getting optimal care within the team.
manages emergency incidents, coordinates EMS and acute care
procedures including Basic Life support to reduce the impact on
function of an injured athlete.
outreach opportunities and participates in events to promote the
company (races, club teams, etc).
to assist in the development of marketing strategies which lie
within the athletic trainer’s area of clinical
one year clinical experience
Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) certification
Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification
state license where required
• Ability to lift patients using biomedical techniques frequently
throughout the course of a work day/shift; must be capable of
easily lifting fifty (50) pounds of weight alone.
• Ability to walk, bend, stand, and reach constantly during a work
• Visual acuity (near and distant) sufficient to maintain accurate
records, recognize people, and understand written direction.
• Ability to speak and hear sufficiently to understand and give
• Ability to push wheeled equipment throughout the facility and in
• Fine motor skills adequate for scheduling and preparing athletes,
equipment, and supplies for treatment.
• Ability to participate in sustained activities for many hours in
duration in accordance with state labor laws.
Medical is committed to having a workforce that reflects diversity
at all levels and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified
applicants are considered for employment, and employees are treated
during employment without regard to race, color, religion, national
origin, citizenship, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran
status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable