Head Athletic Trainer/Assistant Athletic Director

Crownsville, MD Indian Creek School Expired 4 months ago - Inactive Job
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Indian Creek School is an independent, co-ed day school in which students age 3 to Grade 12 partner with innovative teachers in an outstanding educational program. Located on a beautiful, 114-acre campus in Crownsville, Maryland (just north of Annapolis), ICS students are nurtured and known as individuals while being challenged to discover their passions, purpose, and potential. ICS students develop self-worth, the confidence to take intellectual risks, and the ability to work collaboratively, and they are prepared to live in a dynamic and global community where achievement comes not only from knowing but knowing how to learn. The Indian Creek community is actively committed to diversity, equity, and belonging, and we foster an inclusive environment in which students feels understood, valued, respected, and affirmed.

ICS seeks faculty and staff who support our mission and values, who are committed to nurturing learners as individuals, and who are looking to join a vibrant community of professionals who are passionate about education. Faculty and staff are offered meaningful opportunities for professional growth. Because we are a small school, every member of our community plays a critical role in making sure the institution lives up to its mission.

The School is currently seeking a full-time Head Athletic Trainer/Assistant Athletic Director to oversee all aspects of the athletic training program of the Upper School and Middle School (grades 6-12). Indian Creek School is a member school of the IAAM and MIAA athletic leagues; most of our varsity teams compete in the B conferences of these leagues. Reporting to the Director of Athletics, the Athletic Trainer/Assistant AD is responsible for the health and well-being of student athletes through the care and prevention of athletic injuries. We seek a candidate with outstanding people skills and the ability to exercise sound judgment, prioritize and complete work independently, while working closely as a team member in a school community.

  • Provide preventative care to Indian Creek School student-athletes and support coaches by caring for players’ sports-related injuries.
  • Administer primary clinical evaluations and subsequent treatment and rehabilitation programs.
  • Assess, treat, and manage concussions.
  • Partner with the athletic department regarding on-field protocols such as severe weather plans, concussion protocol, cervical spine injuries, emergency action plans, etc.
  • Supervise Middle and Upper School practices and home athletics events as well as some select away games.
  • Verify, review, and organize student physicals, health records, and parental release forms to determine athletic eligibility (Magnus Health).
  • Maintain thorough and timely records of injuries and rehabilitation through Magnus Health.
  • Manage medical inventory and budgetary items.
  • Maintain a clean, professional, and welcoming training room.
  • Work closely with the athletic department administration in determining safety and medical concerns for athletics events, including EMS coverage, COVID-19 contract tracing/protocols, etc.
  • Work directly with coaches to discuss individual athletes’ injuries to ensure all parties are aligned on treatment, recovery, and return to play timeline.
  • Coordinate and Instruct CPR/AED/First Aid certification classes for coaches.
  • Work weekend, evening, and holiday hours as required during sports seasons.
  • Assist in preparing athletic venues for practice and competitions (putting out water, corner flags, etc.).
  • Provide administrative oversight of athletic events and game management, partnering with school staff and students.
  • Assist with various tasks in support of the Director of Athletics and department (game confirmation, communication of athletic schedule, transportation, and game logistics with opposing schools)
  • Hands-on involvement with the rehabilitation process by performing a variety of treatments and rehabilitation procedures consistent with orthopedic care.
  • Preferred ability to teach courses in the related field (Health, Human Development, Anatomy and Athletic Training)
  • Other responsibilities as determined by the Director of Athletics.
  • Bachelor’s degree. Master’s degree in athletic training from a CAATE-accredited institution and NATA-BOC certification preferred
  • Licensed (or eligibility) for Maryland Board of Physicians license
  • Possess first aid, CPR, and AED certification
  • Experience supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work in an educational setting
  • Has four or more years related experience
  • Proven track record of successful collaboration and innovation
  • Outstanding judgement and maturity
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Personal warmth, positive attitude, and a deep commitment to constituents of all backgrounds
  • Strong technology skills
  • Must pass Federal, State, and MSDE background checks
Questions? Feel free to reach out to Jason Werner ( ) and Tyler Larkin ( )