This position requires a valid license from the Texas Advisory
Board of Athletic Trainers. In addition, the candidate must obtain
a Texas Educator Certificate with Health Science Technology
Brenham Independent School District - Job Description
Athletic Trainer/CTE Teacher
Brenham High School
Teacher Compensation Plan
Director of Health & Safety
Plan, coordinate and supervise all components of the athletic
training program for student athletes. Work under the direction of
the team physician to prevent, recognize, assess, manage, treat,
and recondition athletic injuries and illnesses.
Bachelor's degree; Master's degree preferred; Valid license from
Texas Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers; Valid certification from
the Board of Certification preferred; American Heart Association
CPR Instructor Certified required; professional experience
preferred. Must enroll in an alternative certification program and
must obtain Health Science Technology Education Certification
within the first year of employment.
- Teach High School CTE course(s) in Health Science Pathway.
- Prevention, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation
and disposal of athletic injuries for junior high and high school
- Maintenance of student records required by UIL and BISD
- Provide healthcare for student athletes before, during, and
after school, during athletic periods, practices, and events.
- Liaison between parents, student athletes, physicians, coaches,
- Management of student athletic training aide program.
- Communication with parents, coaches, and the public.
- Observe employee performance record observations.
- Comply with district policies and state and federal laws and
regulations affecting the schools.
- Compile and maintain all reports, records, and other required
- Manage athletic training facilities. Supervise maintenance of
facilities to ensure cleanliness and safety.
- Regularly evaluate athletic facilities and report concerns to
- Maintain current and accurate emergency action plans for
- Participate in annual emergency/safety drills.
- Maintain professional continuing education as required by the
Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers
- Participate in professional growth to improve skills
appropriate to job assignment.
- Assist with duties as assigned.
- Thorough understanding of athletic training principles
- Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal
- Ability to administrate sports medicine operations
- Ability to coordinate sports medicine coverage at multiple
venues and campuses
- Ability to manage budget
Direct the work of student assistants.
Working Conditions (Mental Demands/Physical
Tools/Equipment Used: Exercise equipment and devices including
stationary bike, pulleys, weights, whirlpool, paraffin bath,
ultrasound equipment, and cold packs; automated external
Posture: Prolonged standing; frequent kneeling/squatting,
bending/stooping, pushing/pulling, and twisting
Motion: Continual walking; moderate reaching
Lifting: Frequent moderate lifting or carrying (15-44
Environment: Work outside (exposure to sun, heat, cold, and
inclement weather) and inside; exposure to noise; exposure to
biological hazards, bacteria, and communicable diseases; frequent
district-wide and state-wide travel
Mental Demands: Maintain emotional control under stress;
frequent prolonged and irregular hours