Athletic Trainer Job Description Sample
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Working Title Athletic Trainer Position Location Fort Collins, CO Research Professional Position No Posting Number 201900279AP Position Type Admin Professional/ Research Professional Number of Vacancies 1 Work Hours/Week 40 Proposed Annual Salary Range Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Desired Start Date Position End Date (if temporary) To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by 11:59pm (MT) on 05/06/2019 Description of Work Unit
The Colorado State University Department of Athletics sponsors 16 men's and women's intercollegiate sports and competes as a member of the NCAA Division I-FBS and the Mountain West Conference. The University is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, 65 miles north of Denver. More information on the University and its intercollegiate athletics program can be found at www.csurams.com and www.colostate.edu.
This position is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of athletic training/sports medicine services for the NCAA Div. I Men's Basketball program with secondary sport coverage as determined by the Associate Athletic Director for Sports Performance.
Required Job Qualifications
Bachelor's degree required, preferably in health and exercise science, sports medicine, kinesiology, anatomy or related field
Current NATA certification required
Minimum of two years of previous experience as a certified athletic trainer required, preferably in an intercollegiate sports medicine or athletic training program at the NCAA Division I level
Current registration as an athletic trainer with the State of Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) required prior to the start date of employment
(see www.dora.state.co.us/athletic-trainer/ATOriginal.pdf for additional information)
High level of clinic athletic training skills
Effective communication skills, verbal and written
Ability to work effectively and productively within a team-based approach
Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a high demand/high stress profession
Ability to respond professionally and competently in emergency situations
Computer and social media technology competency
Must have a valid driver's license or the ability to obtain a driver's license or access to a licensed driver by the employment start date
Preferred Job Qualifications
Master's degree preferred
Broad-based experience preferred
Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Work Shift: DAY Work Week:
M - F Job Summary Licensed athletic trainer responsible for preventing, recognizing, assessing, managing, treating, disposing of, and reconditioning athletic injuries under the direction of a physician licensed in this state or another qualified, licensed health professional. HOUSTON METHODIST EXPERIENCE EXPECTATIONS Provides personalized care and service by consistently demonstrating our I CARE values: INTEGRITY: We are honest and ethical in all we say and do.
COMPASSION: We embrace the whole person including emotional, ethical, physical, and spiritual needs. ACCOUNTABILITY: We hold ourselves accountable for all our actions. RESPECT: We treat every individual as a person of worth, dignity, and value.
EXCELLENCE: We strive to be the best at what we do and a model for others to emulate. Focuses on patient/customer safety Delivers personalized service using HM Service Standards Provides for exceptional patient/customer experiences by following our Standards of Practice of always using Positive Language (AIDET, Managing Up, Key Words) Intentionally rounds with patients/customers to ensure their needs are being met Involves patients (customers) in shift/handoff reports by enabling their participation in their plan of care as applicable to the given job PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES PEOPLE - 25% Prepares athletes for practice and competition through the appropriate utilization of braces, bandages, wrapping and taping techniques to prevent injury (10%) E.F. Effectively communicates with the athlete, family, physician, and coach regarding the athlete’s ability to return to practice and competition (5%) E.F.
Demonstrates the components of I CARE values statement (10%) E.F. SERVICE - 25% Performs evaluations of injuries and follows standing orders for treatment and management of the injury or refers the athletes to a physician (15%) E.F.
Provides safe, effective athletic training appropriate to the athlete’s ability and injury based upon the relevant evidence base (10%) E.F.
Provides emergency care within the athletic trainer scope of practice (10%) E.F. Works in an integrated manner with the health care team in the provision of exercise and treatment modalities (5%) E.F. QUALITY/SAFETY - 25% 1.Follows all safety rules while on the job.
Reports accidents promptly and corrects minor safety hazards (10%) FINANCE - 0% GROWTH/INNOVATION - 25% Participates in marketing events at the directors discretion (5%) This job description is not intended to be all inclusive; the employee will also perform other reasonably related business/job duties as assigned. Houston Methodist reserves the right to revise job duties and responsibilities as the need arises. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, minimum.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Six months experience preferred. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED Current licensure through the Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Must complete Competency Assessment upon hire and on annual basis. Must demonstrate knowledge of preventing, recognizing, assessing, managing, treating, disposing of, and reconditioning athletic injuries under the direction of a physician licensed in this state or another qualified, licensed health professional. Must demonstrate strong clinical reasoning skill within scope of practice.
Sufficient proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing the English language necessary to perform the essential functions of this job, especially with regard to activities impacting patient or employee safety or security. Ability to effectively communicate with patients, physicians, family members and co-workers in a manner consistent with a customer service focus and application of positive language principles. WORKING ENVIRONMENT May be exposed to blood and body fluids, contaminated open wounds, various flammable chemicals, adhesives, and electrical equipment in providing patient care.
Patient lifting is required (see physical requirements). Equal Employment Opportunity Houston Methodist is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Equal employment opportunity is a sound and just concept to which Houston Methodist is firmly bound. Houston Methodist will not engage in discrimination against or harassment of any person employed or seeking employment with Houston Methodist on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law.
VEVRAA Federal Contractor – priority referral Protected Veterans requested. Company Profile Houston Methodist The Woodlands opened on June 26, 2017 as the eighth hospital in the Houston Methodist system. This new 187-bed, 470,000-square-foot, full-service, acute care hospital offers many of the same services as our flagship hospital in the Texas Medical Center.
Also on the $380 million hospital campus, located at the intersection of I-45 and TX 242, is a medical office building, which opened in March 2016. Medical Office Building 1 includes a breast care center, cancer center infusion center, orthopedics sports medicine, rehabilitation services, wellness services, and an outpatient laboratory in addition to multi-specialty physician practices. A second medical office building and 785-car parking garage opened March 2018.
Work within an integrated high performance team as a member of the Sports Medicine staff assisting with the health care of of all student-athletes. Assist the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine in any aspect of the Sports Medicine program. Help reduce the liability of the College.
Bachelor's degree Licensures/Certifications: * BOC (Board of Certification) Certified
Eligible for licensure as an athletic trainer in the State of Virginia * CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer for the Healthcare Provider certification or equivalent Experience/Competencies:
Experience working in a college/university, professional, and/or clinical Sports Medicine program
Experience working with variety of student athletes in a variety of sports
Computer skills and experience utilizing an electronic medical records system
Demonstrated attention to detail and strong organizational, written and verbal communication skills .
Masters degree preferred;
Additional education or certification in manual therapies and/or instrument assisted therapies
Red Cross Professional Rescuer and Community First Aid Instructor;
Post-BOC certification professional working experience.
Kingman Community Hospital is searching for a full time Athletic Trainer. This individual will play a vital role in preventing, recognizing, managing, rehabilitating and educating athletes. Must interact with community, coaches, athletes, and parents as a positive representation of Kingman Community Hospital.
Able to provide pregame, game, and post-game coverage of USD 331 High School athletic events.
Able to perform evaluations of acute and chronic athletic injuries.
Initiates appropriate rehabilitation, design treatment plans and home programs.
Able to communicate with parents, athletes, and coaches regarding athletes’ condition and plan of care.
Licensed as an Athletic Trainer with the State of Kansas Board of Healing Arts.
Work environment is family and team oriented
Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
403 (b) Retirement Plan
Generous PTO package
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This position administers athletic training services in a community or clinic setting under the supervision of a supervising physician. These services include, but are not limited to, school screenings, injury prevention programs, athletic consults, injury assessment, and treatment and case management of injured athletes/clients undergoing rehabilitation. This position frequently attends practices and games for area schools and athletic clubs and community athletic events.
Evaluates injuries and develops treatment and exercise plans within the scope of practice. Re-evaluates treatment plans, as needed, to ensure maximum patient benefit.
Implements individualized therapeutic interventions, and monitors responses to therapy to ensure client safety. Reports progress and medical changes to referring physician or appropriate medical provider.
Educates clients, families, and coaches regarding injuries, risk factor modification, and exercise programs.
Conducts injury screening clinics, educational programs, and workshops to promote safety and injury prevention.
Documents patient treatment according to professional and regulatory standards.
Bachelors degree in Athletic Training or related field from an accredited university training program.
Current National Athletic Trainers Association certification and must possess a valid athletic trainer license issued in the state of practice. Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
Requires the ability to work collaboratively with physicians and other healthcare providers. Must have strong interpersonal communications and human relation skills.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.
Overview and Qualifications
The Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) is an ancillary health care provider, principle member of the sports medicine team, and provides direct clinical care, to include evaluation, treatment, prevention, rehabilitation, and therapeutic intervention of emergent, acute, and chronic athletic injuries and illnesses, and is qualified to make return-to-play decisions.
The ATC serves as a medical liaison to coordinate and facilitate care with Providers and other clinicians, parents, coaches, school administration, co-workers, and hospital administration. The Athletic Trainer aligns with Mission Sports Medicine Physicians and maintains a clinical protocol on file with the NC Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners.Sports Medicine care is provided to professional and non-professional school age, adolescence, and early, middle, and late adult athletes participating in athletic events at off-site locations, to include schools and community events, at the discretion of the Supervisor, Medical Director, and/or Athletic Director.For Schools: The Athletic Trainer will be responsible for the medical care of the athlete for the entire calendar year, to include pre-season, mid season, and post 'season.
When the assigned school is hosting away teams, the Athletic Trainer will also be responsible for the medical care of the away athletes. Depending on the school, the Athletic Trainer will be responsible for multiple athletes at any given time (see table below):' Private Schools: 150+ student athletes' Middle Schools: 165+ student athletes' High Schools: varies depending on classification (1A, 2A, 3A, or 4A), but could be 300+ student athletes
Required Education: Bachelor's degree in Athletic Training or related field
Preferred Education: Master's degree in Athletic Training or related field
Required License: North Carolina Athletic Training License (LAT) or eligible National Athletic Trainer's Association Board of Certification (ATC) or eligible Current CPR/AED certification or obtained by 1st day of employment Current, valid NC driver's license or obtain one within 30 days of employment Must by at least 21 years of age to meet Mission Health established insurance guidelines
Preferred License: American Heart Association CPR Instructor
Required Experience: Direct athletic training care in a collegiate or secondary school setting.
Must be able to effectively and clearly communicate. Microsoft Office, Internet proficiency
Preferred Experience: Clinical affiliations in NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, or professional athletics; injury tracking surveillance system and neurocognitive testing.
Athletic TrainerSanta Clara High SchoolPosted 4/16/2019 until 5/3/2019Description:
Santa Clara High School is currently hiring for an Athletic Trainer for the 2019/2020 school year. This position is appointed by the Principal and reports to the Director of Athletics.
Advise athletes and coaches on matters pertaining to conditioning, diet, rest, exercises, re-conditioning and other related health matters.
Advise athletes and coaches in methods of prevention of athletic injury.
Provide pre-practice and pre-game taping and wrapping.
Attend all home athletic events and travel with teams when needed.
Provide first aid care for injuries sustained during practice sessions and games.
Evaluate and determine whether an athlete injured during a practice or game may continue to participate.
Employ proper preventive and safety measures before transporting an injured student to a physician or hospital by approved conveyance. Notify the parents of an injured athlete taken to a physician or hospital as soon as possible.
Carry out physician's orders (team or private) regarding treatment of injury.
Review written permission forms by the physician (team or private) before allowing student under treatment to practice or play
Keep a record of athletic injuries, including name, date, diagnosis, recommended treatment and physician's recommendation regarding student's participation.
Follow communication protocol established for student-athletes who sustain injuries.
Manage training room supplies, including inventory, maintenance, record of use, and labeling.
Prepare and process medical supplies order for the following year.
Collaborate with Athletic Department staff and School leadership.
Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university.
Maintain current NATA Certification.
Maintain current CPR and First Aid Certification.
Strong interpersonal skills and enthusiasm.
Ability to communicate effectively with middle school/high school age students and their parents.
Must be self-motivated and able to complete job assignment without direct supervision.
Organized and detail oriented.
Schedule will include evening and weekend work.
Work will require sitting, standing, lifting, and carrying (up to 50 pounds), reaching, climbing stairs, squatting, kneeling, and moving equipment/light furniture may be required.
Work environment will include a variety of indoor and outdoor surfaces, climates and weather conditions.
Qualified candidates should send a resume, Statement letter, three recommendation letters to Teresa Palmisano, Vice Principal at email@example.com
Information/Application Contact:Santa Clara High School
2121 S. Saviers Rd
Oxnard CA 93033
Steward Health Care System LLC (#Steward#) is a fully integrated, physician-led national health#care services organization committed to providing the highest quality of care in the most cost-efficient manner in the communities where our patients live.# Steward - the largest privately held health care company in the U.S. -#owns and operations 35 community hospitals across nine states, serves over 1,000 distinct communities and employs approximately 40,000 health care professionals.# In addition to our hospitals, the Steward provider network includes 4,800 providers, 25 urgent care centers, 87 preferred skilled nursing facilities, substantial behavioral health offerings, over 7,300 hospital beds under management, and approximately 1.5 million full risk covered lives through the company#s managed care and health insurance#services.# The total number of paneled lives within Steward#s integrated care network is projected to reach 3 million in 2018. #Steward Medical Group (SMG), Inc. is Steward#s multi-specialty group practice with over 4,500 employees including over 1,800 physicians and advanced practitioners. SMG operates approximately 450 practice locations throughout Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Utah, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, and provides more than 4 million patient encounters per year. The role of the Athletic Trainer is to provide outstanding support to physicians and helathcare providers while providing exceptional care to patients and customers within the clinical scope of an Athletic Trainer.# The Athletic Trainer ensures that patients are treated in a warm and friendly manner and sees that their needs and expectations are met.# Athletic Trainers are responsible for ensuring the smooth operations in the fast paced environment of the clinic with the goal of a positive patient experience with every encounter.
QUALIFICATIONS Completion of an Athletic Trainer Program Athletic Trainer License NATABOC Certification Current BLS Certification Physical
Standing, sitting, walking, speaking, listening, bending, reaching, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping and manupulating tools, typing, using peripheral computer tools. All positions subject to close without notice Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled #
This position requires a four-year degree, a license from the State of Texas as an Athletic Trainer, and instructor certification in CPR and first aid. Prefer a national trainer's certification, teaching certificate, sports medicine I and II instructor certification, and five (5) years of experience in athletic training at the high school level.
This position requires knowledge of all sporting events, anatomy/physiology/kinesiology, characteristics of various injuries, nutrition, first aid, CPR, AED, and current injury prevention and rehabilitation techniques.
JOB PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITY:
This position is responsible for the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, as well as documentation of injuries and care provided to student athletes, insurance information, and physical exams. Incumbent must be able to use the knowledge described in skill requirements and apply it to the daily work situations in evaluating injuries, determining proper care and rehabilitation, and discussing injuries with athletes, parents, coaches, and physicians.
Judgment is used by incumbent in determining type and extent of injury, need for further outside assistance, type and extent of rehabilitation necessary, and ability and timing of student athlete to return to sport. Incumbent must have the ability to communicate with all parties to ensure proper understanding of severity of injury, intended care and rehabilitation, and anticipated recovery period. Errors may result in misdiagnosed injury severity and improper level or type of care. Incumbent will also be responsible for ensuring all athletic personnel have first aid, CPR, and AED certification as well as state mandated concussion training.
Provide care for injuries that result from athletic activity, including observation and evaluation of injury and application of first aid techniques.
Provide preventative treatment to student athletes prior to athletic events.
Provide rehabilitation care to student athletes after sustaining injuries; utilize various techniques to promote healing and quick recovery.
Attend all student athletic practices and assigned events in order to be present if injury occurs.
Meet with physicians, students, parents, and coaches to discuss such topics as injuries that have occurred, need for rehabilitation, and injury prevention.
Provide information to student athletes and coaches on training techniques and nutrition.
Certified instructor of CPR, AED, and First Aid. Will provide training in CPR, AED, and First Aid for all athletic staff at respective campus.
Maintain records of injuries sustained and care provided; handle insurance claim information and filing.
Obtain and organize all athletic physicals. Enter information in Rank One and file in locking cabinet.
Facilitate administration of baseline computerized concussion testing.
Order and monitor supplies and equipment for training room.
Ensure that safety inspections of football equipment are performed by staff on a weekly basis.
Serve in a consultative capacity regarding athletic equipment.
Supervise and direct a student athletic trainer program.
OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED:
Perform other related duties as assigned; however, all employees are expected to comply with lawful directives in rare situations driven by need where a team effort is required.
PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Incumbent spends approximately half of time in an office environment and half at athletic practices and events. Incumbent spends a portion of time at certain athletic events exposed to both the outside environment and elements, as well as indoor elements.
Provision of care and rehabilitation involves handling, moving, and lifting of athletes and equipment. Travel to athletic events is required. Services are provided within general professional guidelines.
This position may involve routine exposure to blood or body fluids. Regular attendance is required for this position.
PERSONAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS:
Incumbent reports directly to the Area Athletic Coordinator in the Central Athletic Office and the School Athletic Coordinator. Incumbent is accountable to respective campus administrator.
Incumbent works with a high degree of independence during day-to-day activities and at athletic events in evaluating injuries, providing treatment and rehabilitation, and providing preventative care. Incumbent receives assignment of which events to cover, and instruction and interpretation of Austin ISD policies. This position interacts with student athletes, student trainers, parents, coaches, school administrators, and physicians in caring for and discussing injuries.
Trainers contract days will begin fifteen days prior to the first day teachers report and end the same as the teacher contracts. Trainers are to be at school and on duty no later than the start of the first athletic practice or period.
Trainers will be available during all athletic periods. The trainers are also required to be in attendance at activities which occur before and after school hours and on Saturdays. The trainer will be responsible for setting a schedule and making sure the athletic coordinator is aware of and satisfied with the schedule.
- CPR AND FIRST AID CERTIFICATION
All trainers will obtain and maintain current instructor certification in both first aid and CPR from the American Heart Association. Each trainer is required to teach four classes every two years to maintain their certification.
All paperwork will be completed and turned in to the athletic office no later than one week after the class occurs. The correct paperwork must be used and filled out completely and accurately. All supplies will be maintained and kept in working condition.
Trainers will be responsible for maintaining test security and following all guidelines with regard to course protocol. The trainer at each high school will be responsible for ensuring that all athletic staff at their respective campus has current certification in first aid and CPR.
Event coverage will be coordinated through the athletic office. Trainers will be present at all varsity football games-home and away.
Trainers will be permitted to request four nights off per school year where athletics provides contract trainer coverage. Trainers requesting certain nights off will send their request to the athletic office no later than one week in advance. Requests in excess of the four nights will be evaluated by the coordinator and athletic office before being granted.
When a conflict arises with the schedule, please notify the athletic office as soon as possible. When a trainer is to be absent during the school day, they must notify the Athletic office and school athletic coordinator and fill out the appropriate absence from duty form with the main office.
- GAME PROCEDURE
Trainers should report to assigned contests early enough to perform taping and other duties necessary to get the team on the field. This means arriving no later than thirty minutes before the game starts.
Trainers should stand in a position visible to both teams so that he/she may be found easily in case of an injury. Trainers will service both teams equally without regard to home team, visitor, or sex. Trainers will remain at the site until the game has been completed and after speaking with both coaches to ensure that no athlete requires care.
Trainers must dress professionally at practice and at contests. Trainers represent AISD and the school they are assigned and should dress accordingly.
- INJURY DATA
Each trainer is required to enter their schools injury reports into the computer. All injuries causing an athlete to miss practice and/or games should be recorded. At the end of the year, the data will be collected and tabulated, evaluated, and reported to the athletic office.
It is the responsibility of the trainer of each school to keep an inventory of all training equipment and supplies. This report is to be completed on the furnished forms and given to the athletic office at the end of the first semester. The trainer will not be permitted to order additional supplies until this inventory is complete.
There will be a district trainers meeting when necessary. They will be scheduled in advance and will start at 10:00am on the designated day. Attendance at these meetings is required, unless the athletic coordinator and athletic director have approved the absence.
- MODALITY GUIDELINES
Modalities are for the use of a licensed professional only. Under no circumstances are any modalities except ice to be used without the trainer's direct supervision.
No athletes or coaches are to administer modalities. All modalities are to be kept secure and in working condition.
All athletic training equipment is to be kept clean and sanitized. Water bottles and coolers are to be sanitized a minimum of once every week.
Training rooms are to be neat and orderly and properly cleaned. Sanitizing systems have been provided to every school and are to be used appropriately.
Duty Days: 202
Pay Grade: P6
Comprehensive Benefits Package
Employee Discount Program
Closing Date: Until Filled
An Equal Opportunity Employer
The University of Virginia's College at Wise invites applications for an Athletic Trainer. UVa Wise is a four-year, public liberal arts college located in the mountains of southwestern Virginia. This position's primary sport coverage will be determined upon hire, and is responsible for ensuring that student athletes receive proper evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries; assisting in the supervision of training room facilities; assisting with the College's athletic insurance program; and other duties as assigned.
A Bachelor's degree in physical education or a related field is required, as well as NATABOC certification, Virginia license, or eligible to receive a Virginia license. Experience with college athletics is preferred. Successful candidates will also possess good communication skills, knowledge of and ability to comply with OSHA standards, the ability to teach courses, the ability to handle insurance claims, and knowledge of athletic injuries, prevention and rehabilitation.
To apply, please visit jobs.virginia.edu and complete an online staff application, attaching a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references. The position will remain open until filled. UVa's College at Wise is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity.
UVa-Wise is committed to helping the campus community provide for their own safety and security. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report containing information on campus security and personal safety, including alerts, fire safety, crime prevention tips, and crime statistics is available at www.uvawise.edu/ASR. A copy is available upon request by calling 276-328-0190 or 276-376-3451.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to demonstrate good communication skills; reporting and maintaining accurate inventory; knowledge of and ability to comply with OSHA standards; the ability to handle insurance claims; good organizational skills. Knowledge of athletic injuries, prevention and rehabilitation is a must.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent
Required Experience: Some - up to 4 years
Kind of Required Experience: At least one year experience in treating athletes.
Required Degree/Training: A bachelor's degree in physical education or a related field.
Required License or Certification: NATABOC certification.
Required Computer Applications: Microsoft Office Suite
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Preferred Education: Master's Degree
Preferred Experience: Some - up to 4 years
Kind of Preferred Experience: At least two years experience treating athletes in a college setting.
Preferred Degree/Training: A master's degree in physical education or a related field.
Preferred License or Certification:
Preferred Computer Applications:
It is the practice of the University of Virginia to conduct in-depth background checks on all candidates identified as a finalist for employment consideration at the University. The type of background checks performed are dependent upon the type of position for which you have been identified as a finalist and may include: reference checks, criminal history including sexual offender registry checks, degree validation, DMV (driving) Record checks, license verification, credit report reviews, etc.
The results of background checks are made available to University employing officials. You will be requested to sign a reference release form, so your past schools and/or employers may be contacted concerning your academic or employment history.
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