Assistant Athletic Trainer – Baytown Lee High School 8/8

August 8th, 2022

Baytown Lee High School

Assistant Athletic Training Position. Baytown Lee High School.  $73,000+

Robert E Lee HS, GCCISD

Assistant Athletic Trainer




The athletic trainer and assistant athletic trainer work with the head coach of each sports assigned by the athletic director and campus coordinator to provide medical assistance to athletes. He/she is responsible for the care and treatment, or referring to a physician for treatment, of all athletic injuries sustained while participating in the athletic program(s) as designated. He/she is responsible to the high school campus coordinator, campus principal, and district athletic directors.


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Valid license from Texas Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers
  • Texas teaching certification preferred
  • TSATA Sports Medicine Instructor preferred
  • BOCATC certification preferred



Teacher Pay Scale:

$9,000 Stipend + 10 Days (Daily Rate)



Please send resume/cover letter to the following in one email:, GCCISD Athletic Director Head Athletic Trainer, GCCISD Assistant Athletic Director



  1. Treat all minor injuries
  2. Work under the direction of team physician in the treatment of major injuries
  3. Keep a record of all injuries
  4. Keep a written record of all treatment administered
  5. Keep on file physical examination reports signed by physicians
  6. Obtain all information about family insurance
  7. Keep athletic office informed about major injuries/surgeries
  8. Approve all medical and hospital bills when applicable
  9. Is responsible for working with and developing the proper relationship with team physicians, coaches, athletes, and family of injured athletes.
  10. Responsible for working with and developing the proper relationship with the athletes
    1. Addressed respectfully (Mr./Mrs./Coach)
    2. Displays signs on the walls of what is expected
    3. Develops training room rules
    4. Develops rules for student trainers
  1. Develop as many student trainers as possible. Develop daily, weekly, or monthly work schedule for all student trainers.
  2. Plans consistent and continuous efforts to maintain good relations between home and school
  3. Always contacts parents to give extent of injury – keeps parents informed
  4. Communicates with the physician about injuries
  5. Recognizes that the team physician has the final say concerning an athlete’sphysical ability to


  1. Ensures that parents understand policies concerning injury, medical payment, insurance coverage, and the team physician concept
  2. Report any playing hazard found on practice or playing fields
  3. Keep inventory of all athletic supplies
  4. Prepare annual requests for new and additional training supplies to be submitted to the athletic director
  5. Attends all home sporting events and out of town varsity events as assigned
  6. Treat injuries of students in all sports with equal enthusiasm
  7. Strives to maintain a close harmonious working relationship with coaches and athletes of all sports
  8. Keeps on file medicate certificate and parents’ permit for all high school athletes
  9. Schedules and help administer physical examinations for athletes in all high school sports when applicable
  10. Distributes student athletic insurance forms to assigned high school and junior schools and assist student athlete insurance claims at the high school
  11. Will arrange for a team physician to be present at allvarsity games, if possible
  12. Performs other duties that may be assigned by thecampus coordinator and athletic director
  13. Assist campus coordinator and athletic director with bids, specifications, equipment, supply purchases, and repair of equipment

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