Industrial Sports Medicine Professional

Job ID
2022-26303
Company Name
Briotix Health
Type
Part-Time w/o Benefits (Less than 30 Hrs/Wk)

Overview

Location: Lafayette, Louisiana
Job Title: Industrial Sports Medicine Professional
Job Type: Part-time
Hours:
Average of 9 hours per week
Shifts: Monday-Friday 1st shift, split between two days, coverage between hours of 7:00am - 6:00pm
Hourly Range:
$25 - $35
*negotiable based on credentials and experience
Local Benefits: Historical city with world-class festivals and museums

 

Position Overview: 

 

A day in the life of an Industrial Sports Medicine Professional will include using your clinical knowledge and our training to provide injury prevention, early discomfort management, body mechanic coaching, and assistance with overall health and wellness. Our primary goal is to develop strong relationship and assist in the overall well-being of the working athletes we serve.

 

This position allows for a flexible schedule that works for you, us, and our clients. While we must meet our contractual client expectations, Briotix Health values work/life balance. If you thrive in a people-focused environment and are great at working autonomously, you could be a terrific fit for this role.

 

Company Perks:

  • 401k with employer match
  • Continuing Education reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Annual Calm.com subscription
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Opportunities for professional development and specialized training 
  • Mentorship programs
  • Supportive Leadership Team who dedicates their energy to your success
  • DE&I Focus Groups

Job Duties:

  • Create and maintain positive relationships
  • Conduct musculoskeletal screens and provide Early Discomfort Management
  • Real-time Ergonomic Evaluations & Body Mechanic Coaching
  • Be the Subject Matter Expert and provide customized Education & Training presentations
  • Conduct Post Offer Employment Testing, Physical Demands analysis, and other client-specific assessments
  • Accurate and timely electronic documentation and support of client-specific reports

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of musculoskeletal injury care
  • Education in athletic training, kinesiology, exercise physiology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or related field
  • Appropriate certifications and/or state license in good standing required
  • Must meet the physical demands of on-site work needs; ability to lift, push or pull up to 50 pounds, frequent standing, walking, sitting, and or squatting
    *reasonable accommodations will be considered
  • 1-2 years of industrial / occupational experience in injury prevention or ergonomics preferred but not required
  • Ergonomic Certification or training preferred but not required
  • Current CPR certification

About Us:

 

At Briotix Health, we put our focus in the Industrial and Occupational realm. We consider ourselves life-long-learners and we strive to provide our team members with the education and nurturing they need to be successful while serving our clients.

 

We recognize that the team members we hire come from all walks of life. We believe that people from underrepresented backgrounds not only help us to be stronger, but also allow our team to connect, belong, and grow. If you share our values and our desire to build meaningful, diverse, and lasting relationships, we highly encourage you to apply. 

 

All offers of employment at Briotix Health are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check, possible drug screen, and any applicable credential verification.

 

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