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Health Care Services Provider - PT Fellow

Company: U.S. Olympics
Location: Colorado Springs
Posted on: August 3, 2022

Job Description:

Are you mission-driven and passionate about helping others succeed?Do you strive to lead, follow, and act with integrity?Are you the one who honors your commitments?Is building trusting relationships an integral part of why you do what you do?Do you push limits and challenge the status quo?If you answeredYES,keep reading to find out how you can contribute to the success of Team USA!Here's a summary of responsibilities:Under the direction and supervision of the Health Care Services Provider - PT, provide injury and illness evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of athletes in support of sustained competitive excellence. Complete all Fellowship educational and mentoring requirements. Upon assignment, serve in the capacity of Sports Medicine staff at USOPC-sponsored events.Here's how you'll have an impact:Complete all Fellowship requirements including participation in assigned educational, didactics, venue coverage, and mentorship opportunities in addition to standard clinical practice hours.Coordinate and execute special projects related to educational experience and Sports Medicine needs. At least one project is to be completed and submitted for presentation at a national conference.Perform as a HCSP for athletes and NGBs as assigned. Health care includes emergency care, examination and evaluation of injuries and illnesses, developing and applying care plans to include rehabilitation programs through the use of active care, therapeutic modalities, manual treatments, and Athlete 360.Perform as a high performance medical team member and participate in the functions and activities essential to clinic operations. Assist in developing and maintaining professional working relationships with Sport Performance partners, NGBs, coaches, athletes, and others to maintain and enhance athletes' performance, health, and well-being.Participate in the daily care of athletes, including performance-enhancing, preventative, routine, and rehabilitative cares.Provide for patient care activities as needed in accordance with the licensure, scope of practice, standards and functions of his/her individual professional licensure, job description, and standards for appropriate practice, including clinical competency and documentation.Gain and maintain knowledge of up-to-date techniques in the enhancement, prevention, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.Record and enter athlete medical data into Electronic Medical Record system in a timely manner for maintenance of athlete medical records.Operate and maintain equipment as permitted by and in accordance with local and state regulations.Maintain active licensure and compliance with medical/legal requirements for the States of employment, as well as any other States in which the individual supports the USOPC or NGB at sporting events or activities.Maintain compliance with IOC, WADA, USADA, and the Olympic & Paralympic Code in order to provide for maximum sports performance from each athlete.Here are the skills and experience you'll need to be effective:Master's degree in Physical TherapyState Licensure for the state of employmentABPTS-Certified Sports or Orthopedics Clinical Specialist (SCS or OCS) or certification of completion of a Physical Therapy Residency Program (Sports or Orthopedics)Current Health Care Provider CPR certificationDocumented experience working with elite high-performance athletesDocumented manual therapy experienceElectronic Medical Record experienceHere are some things that will make you super competitive for this role:Doctorate in Physical Therapy preferredDual licensure in Athletic Training or course completion of Emergency Medical Response for the Athlete (ERA) preferredMinimum 1 year of clinical experience in sports medicine after licensure - experience with a variety of high-level athletes and sports preferredHere's where you'll work:This is a hub-based role that will regularly work from our Colorado Springs Olympic & Paralympic Training CenterApplication Requirements:Cover letterCV/Resume3 letters of Recommendation (at least 2 from clinicians in the sports medicine filed)Please make sure all application documents are uploaded via external attachments as supporting documents (i.e. Word or PDF)Here's some more information you need to know:Hiring Pay Range:$22.60 - $28.68 per hourThis is a full-time, non-exempt, position intended to work 40 hours per week.This is a temporary position intended to be a one year assignment.Benefits: This position will be eligible for USOPC benefits.You can view a summaryhereor download a pdfhere.Effective November 1, 2021, the USOPC is requiring all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.In accordance with the USOPC's duty to provide and maintain a workplace that is free of known hazards, we are adopting this requirement to safeguard the healthand safety of our team members,Team USAathletes, coaches, trainers, contractors, and vendors. Any and all job offers will be contingent upon proof of vaccination or an approved exemption from the requirement due to medical or religious reasons. For more information, please visithttps://www.teamusa.org/Coronavirus/Vaccine-Requirement**Application deadline: July 31, 2022**

Keywords: U.S. Olympics, Colorado Springs , Health Care Services Provider - PT Fellow, Other , Colorado Springs, Colorado

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