Frontline National is currently seeking Certified Athletic Trainer for a full-time opportunity at Joint Base San Antonio in Texas. Please call our office directly at 513-528-7823 to learn more about this great opportunity!
Frontline National, LLC, founded in 2004, is a nationally-renowned staffing firm dedicated to identifying and placing superior candidates who possess the qualification, energy, and talent to match the high standards of client's expectations.
Frontline National is an SBA certified 8(a), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) firm, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Frontline National is dedicated to providing superior customer service to our clients and candidates. We have a proven track record and marketplace expertise to successfully recruit and place professionals on a National scale.
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Place of Work:
- The work to be performed under this contract will be at Government-provided facilities, or in field conditions, and in varied weather conditions (on or off military installations) throughout the Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA), TX area; Lackland Air Force Base (AFB), Lackland Medina Annex, and Camp Bullis. HCWs shall receive notification two (2) weeks prior to the reassignment to another location with a 40 mile commuting radius.
- The HCW shall oversee the Athletic Training Program, under direction of the Sports Medicine OIC. Work closely with other Athletic Trainers to ensure the Sports Medicine Hub and each ATFs are operating effectively, and within the scope and operational plan of the Athletic Training Program.
- The HCW shall ensure referrals are accurately and efficiently filtered from ATFs; ensure standard operating procedures and referral guidelines are followed.
- The HCW shall assist in developing, presenting and implementing CPI initiatives with the goal of improving patient care in support of the training mission.
- The HCW shall work congruently with Sports Medicine OIC, sports medicine physician(s), and 559 THLS leadership to ensure clinical care objectives are met; keeping patient safety, access to care, quality of care, and trusted care at the highest level of priority. Responsible for the oversight and management of infection control, patient safety, privacy, and other
administrative matters in the ATFs.
- The HCW shall collaborate with sports medicine providers, 559 THLS providers, and other medical experts to execute research initiatives; prospective and/or retrospective studies should be pursued in accordance with 59 MDW Institutional Review Board process. Ensure findings are shared with Department of Defense, recruit and cadet initial entry and technical training sites. Pursue peer-reviewed publication in a professional journal; goal one (1) article per year.
Education: Completion of the following:
- Doctoral degree (EdD or PhD) in addition to a Master’s degree from a CAATE accredited ATEP in Athletic Training.
Experience: Candidates must have the following experience:
- Ten (10) or more years of experience in diagnosing, treating, and/or preventing musculoskeletal injuries as a certified athletic trainer (after graduation) in a high school, college, professional sports, or military training setting is required.
- Three (3) or more years of experience overseeing a sports medicine or athletic training program is required.
- National Background Investigation
- Must be US Citizen
- Must have reliable transportation to and from work site
License/Certification and Training:
- Current, full, active, and unrestricted Texas state license.
- All athletic trainer HCW (regardless of position) shall be certified by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC). The HCW must maintain current certification with the NATABOC throughout the period of their employment, as per the most up-to-date requirements (see www.bocatc.org). This includes approximately 25 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) per year (50 CEU’s over each 2-year certification cycle) for most certified [athletic] trainers; but, depends on date of initial certification.
- In-person Basic Life Support (BLS) certification, as accepted by the American Heart Association (AHA), (Healthcare Providers for clinical providers) or by the American Red Cross, is required. Online courses are not acceptable to meet the BLS requirement. Additional stipulations regarding types of required CEU’s and acceptable activities may also apply.
- Monday-Friday 6:00AM – 3:00PM
- Nine hours in length including a one hour lunch break.
- During winter training hours (approximately November through March) the schedule shifts to 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
- Deviations to this schedule may include Saturday, Sunday, or evening hours, not to exceed (4) hours twice a month.
- No Federal Holidays.