Athletic Trainer - Clinical

Why Mayo Clinic

Position description
Provides one-on-one clinic care as needed, under the supervision of a physician, and in accordance with the quality standards of the department including (taking a history, performing an initial evaluation, proxy orders, fitting of braces and splints per protocols, providing therapy per protocols and assisting with outpatient procedures such as injections). Individuals must have the knowledge base to be able to evaluate and report findings to the physician. Delivers treatment and care to patients under the supervision of the physician in accordance with quality standards of the department. Further the role of the clinical athletic trainer at Mayo Clinic Health System by continuing to improve the efficiency of the physicians they are working with. The individual must be able to be involved with the formation of new programs and materials focused on wellness, injury prevention, and fitness for physically active patients as time allows. Provides athletic training services in the interscholastic, intercollegiate, elite amateur, professional and recreational setting including event coverage. Participates in outreach activities as a representative of Mayo Clinic Health System. Delivers treatment to patients under the supervision of the physician in accordance with quality standards of the department. Assists in duties in physician clinic as directed by provider. Participates in other Mayo outreach activities, as directed.
A Bachelor's degree in athletic training or a related medical field and certification by the Board of Certification and National Athletic Trainer's Association, along with Minnesota Athletic Trainer's license is required. CPR certification is required. Must be able to demonstrate clinical proficiency with good manual dexterity in order to manipulate treatment equipment. Must have strong communication and human relation skills to interact with clinicians, administrators, students, coaches, parents, etc. Require at least two years experience working as a clinical athletic trainer in a clinical setting with patients in a one-on-one situation. Preferred Education and Experience Required:
Master’s degree in athletic training or related field.
Additional qualifications
Certified strength and conditioning specialist preferred. Prefer 5 years minimum experience in clinical athletic training related position working with patients in a one-on-one situation. Prefer experience with clinical procedures such as injections, removing sutures, and dressing changes. Also has experience with working with a variety of ages of patients in a one-on-one setting.
License or certification
Certified National Athletic Trainer, Licensed Minnesota Athletic Trainer, CPR Certification
Exemption status
Compensation Detail
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended.  The minimum salary every 2 weeks is approx $1709.60, based on a full-time position.
Benefits eligible
Full Time
Hours / Pay period
Schedule details
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Weekend schedule
Site description
Owatonna, Minnesota a thriving community of over 25,000 people, boasting one of the strongest economies in Minnesota. Located just 38 miles west of Rochester, MN and 60 miles south of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Owatonna is home to more than 40 industrial business firms as well as the headquarters for Federated Insurance. Minnesota State University, Mankato is located 40 miles west in Mankato as well as renowned private colleges, St. Olaf and Carlton located in Northfield, 35 miles north of Owatonna. Kaplan's Woods Parkway offers 225 acres for hiking, biking, jogging, picnicking and cross-country skiing. Excellent golfing is available at public and private courses, several of which are staffed by full-time golf instructors. For the tennis enthusiast, both outdoor and indoor facilities provide opportunities for year-round participation. Because many residents love music and the arts, the Owatonna Arts Center displays the work of many local and national artists.
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Casondra Johnson
Equal opportunity employer
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