Athletic Trainer D, Medical Assistant, or LPN – Full-Time, #51998


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Posted Date: October 18th, 2019

Job Description:

The TRIA Certified Athletic Trainer will oversee daily clinic flow by assisting the provider with standard rooming, clinical procedures, casting, triage, after visit education, rehabilitation, and care for TRIA patients that is within the scope of practice of the Certified Athletic Trainer. Provide communication to area high schools and colleges on athlete injury status and return to play. Exhibit leadership qualities and serve as a professional role model within the clinic. Represent TRIA Orthopaedic Center Sports Medicine Program by providing athletic training services at games and events as directed by the sports medicine program manager where TRIA is designated as the medical provider. Represent TRIA at Marketing events and activities. Will represent self and TRIA based on the TRIA Employee Traits and will maintain a positive attitude and the highest level of professionalism across all duties. Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s degree preferred. 1-5 years of experience required. Current BOC Certified Athletic Trainer required. Current Registration with the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice required. NATA member in good standing. Must have valid driver’s license and meet the insurability requirement relating to Park Nicollet’s motor vehicle violation criteria. Strong clinical and human relations skills are required. Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing, and maintains standards of clinical skills and professional ethics as established by the NATA and BOC. Basic computer/keyboarding/mouse skills required. Excellent interpersonal, listening, critical thinking and organizational skills. Team player that collaborates to achieve highest outcomes.

Additional Comments/Requirements:

If applying as a Certified Medical Assistant:
Technical Degree is required.  Certification/License is required.  Provide assistance to physicians in basic patient care, room patients, schedule patients and clerical duties. Must be graduate of a medical assistant program accredited by CAAHEP or ABHES.

If applying as a Licensed Practical Nurse:
Provides practical nursing care to patients in accordance with the Minnesota Nurse Practice Act, recognized professional standards and PNHS policy.

Provides safe and effective nursing care by promoting a safe, therapeutic environment and by advocating for the best interests of individual patients.

Supports multiple areas within a clinic setting with strong interpersonal skill and flexibility while maintaining patient confidentiality and protecting patient rights.

Education/Experience:

Graduate from an accredited school of practical nursing.

One or more years of nursing experience is desirable (preferably in a related field of medicine).

Special Knowledge/Skills/Certifications/Licenses:

Strong clinical and interpersonal skills.

Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing, and maintain standards of clinical skills and professional ethics as established by the Nurse Practice Act and PNHS.

Basic computer/keyboarding skills required.

Demonstrates knowledge of age related growth and development principles necessary to provide appropriate service and ensure safety of patients.

Must maintain a current state license of practical nursing and skill in performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Union Name: Non-Union

Job Code: PD3PF

Department: Clinic Services

Job Number: 51998

Status: Full-Time

Work Schedule: M-F, Regular business hours, Varies on need

Site: TRIA Orthopaedic Center, Bloomington

Hours/Pay Period: 80

Benefit Eligible: Yes