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Athletic Therapist/Equipment Manager Job Opportunity


Description: The Athletic Therapist/Equipment Manager is responsible for managing all injury related needs of the athletes such as assessment, treatment (or co-ordination of), documentation, injury reporting and maintaining relationships with other local health care professionals. Previous hockey team experience would be an asset. This is a fast-paced work environment that encourages equal opportunity and is teamwork oriented. Must work closely with the coaching staff with respect to day-to-day operations and affairs of the hockey club. The successful applicant will report to the Head Coach and General Manager.

Key Responsibilities

Evaluation, Management, Rehabilitation and Documentation of Athletic Injuries

Coordinate with physicians/medical personnel on care of players.
Maintain all medical records pertaining to treatment required and coordination of medical insurance claims.
Provide medical coverage at all practice sessions and games both home and away.
Communicate with coaching staff and management on all matters related to player injuries and illnesses and the required rehab, remedy and developing a return to play plan for each injury.
Able to wrap ankles, wrists, knees, shoulders, etc.
Keep an up-to-date Inventory of medical equipment.

Equipment Management and Repair

Manage stick and equipment orders.
Maintain team equipment: sharpen skates, perform minor fixes.
Keep an up-to-date inventory record of all equipment and order as required.
Repair broken equipment quickly and efficiently during games and/or practice.

Laundry and Apparel Maintenance

Ensure the players apparel, jerseys, and towels are laundered daily.
Keep an up-to-date inventory of team gear and order as required.
Order name bars for jerseys.
Capable of small sewing repairs

Road Trip Management

Travel with the team to away games.
Prepare and pack for road trips.
Organize hotel and food for road trips.


Athletic Therapist certification (CATA)
Criminal Record Check
Standard First Aid/ First Responder/ CPR
A minimum of 2 years of prior experience in junior, college or professional hockey is preferred.
Must have a valid class 5 driver’s license.
Proficiency with MS Office applications, including Excel, Word, and Outlook

Additional Details

Salary will be based on experience and certification.
This position requires non-standard hours.
Presence at team practices, pre-season camps and all games is a requirement.

How to Apply:

Email: Please no phone calls or walk-in applications.

Applications will be accepted until July 26, 2024.