Assistant Athletic Trainer – San Antonio Roosevelt High School 3/28

March 28th, 2022

North East ISD

Assistant Athletic Trainer – Roosevelt High School (Job Id 20481)
Location: Roosevelt HS (Data, ETA)
Category: Teacher – High School
Employment Type: Employee
Post Date: 03/24/2022
Close Date: 04/03/2022
**2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR OPENING **
Location: Roosevelt HS (Data, ETA)
Work Schedule: 10 Months
Work Type: Regular Full-Time
Exempt: Yes
Salaries for new classroom teacher and librarians are based on the salary ranges below (10-month work schedule)
Minimum 0 Years 6 Years 16 Years 20 Years
25 Years
$54,250 $55,450 $59,200 $61,000 $63,250
In accordance with House Bill 3, the ranges above include additional compensation for classroom teachers with more than five (5) years of experience. All salary ranges are adopted annually by the Board of Trustees. The District ensures salary placement for new hires will be based on verified years of experience according to the Commissioner’s Rules on Creditable Years of Service.
These ranges should not be used to project salary amounts for subsequent years.
Stipend Amount
Assistant Athletic Trainer $11,000
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four year college or university
Valid State Licensure by the Texas Department of State Health Services as an Athletic Trainer in conjunction with the Advisory Board of Athletic
PE or Health Certification required. If no certification in PE or Health , must be agreeable to obtain within two years of hire date
Valid Texas Teaching Certificate by the State Board of Educator Certification required. Certification in one of the following areas is also required:
• English
• Mathematics
• Science
• Social Studies
• and/or Special Education
*If no certification in core subject area, must be agreeable to adding certification by May of second year with District.
High School Diplomas and college/university degrees must be obtained from an accredited program or university approved by the United States Department of Education and the Texas Education Agency.
Assists the Athletic Trainer in providing oversight for campus athletic trainer program and emergency care, treatment and rehabilitation for injured student/athletes in order to minimize and to prevent injuries; to instruct, guide and train students in sports medicine.
1. Renders first aid to injured players such as giving artificial respiration, cleaning and bandaging wounds, and applying heat and cold to promote healing.
2. Responsible for wrapping joints on legs and arms as well as large muscle areas with gauze, adhesive tape and etc., for support and protection.
3. Works with the Athletic Coordinator in securing a team doctor.
4. Calls physician for injured persons as required.
5. Assists the Athletic Trainer with Coordinating the use of equipment and the operation of the Training Room.
6. Works with the Athletic Trainer to establish procedures to cover the preparation of athletes for all contests.
7. Assists with establishing a procedure for recruiting and training Student Assistants.
8. Attends contact sport activities and/or cooperate with other trainers in this area.
9. Processes insurance papers and maintenance of records relating to injuries and treatment to include all applicable required University Interscholastic League (UIL) forms.(Head Trainer only)
10. Ensures that all coaches understand their role of supervision and handling of athletes that receive injuries.
11. Works district tournaments and other University Interscholastic League (UIL) events organized through the athletic office.
12. Establishes a working relationship with physicians in the community.
13. Maintains confidentiality of all information.
14. Occasionally required to drive personal vehicle in the performance of assigned tasks.
15. Reports to work on time every day.
16. Performs additional duties and accepts other responsibilities as may be assigned.
• Knowledge of subjects assigned
• General knowledge of curriculum and instruction
• Average proficiency in the use of a computer, knowledge and ability to use and/or learn to use Spreadsheet, Internet, Word
Processing and Athlete Management and Scheduling Software
• Ability to instruct students and manage their behavior
• Ability to adjust and be flexible to a multitude of situations as they occur
• Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community
• Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format
• Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors
• Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems
• Ability to concentrate, interpret policy and procedures, reason, understand verbal instructions, analyze, differentiate, memorize, read, coordinate, compile, compute, instruct, and maintain emotional control
• Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
• Valid Texas Driver’s License with driving record that meets the requirements of the District
• Valid Class “B” Texas Driver’s License (Commercial) with a driving record that meets the requirements of the District. Employee must meet the standards set by the Texas Education Agency, Department of Transportation and the Texas
Department of Public Safety (This requirement is for those teachers assigned supplemental duties that require transporting students in District vehicles)
Application to a specific job opening does not guarantee an individual will maintain this assignment permanently upon employment. All employees are subject to reassignment based on their qualifications and the needs of the District.
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