Manitoba Athletic Therapists Association

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RINK - Graduate Therapist

57 SouthLanding Drive
OakBluff, MB, R4G 0C4


Graduate Athletic Therapist

In the following text, the masculine form applies to women as well as to men. The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed. They are not representing an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.

50 Below Sports + Entertainment Inc. (50 Below) is a Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada based company founded by local investors and hockey enthusiasts. The company owns and operates the Winnipeg ICE, Winnipeg Blues, RINK Player Development, RINK Goalie Development, RINK Hockey Academy, RINK Testify Performance as well as the Rink Training Facility at 57 South Landing Drive. 50 Below is excited to bring families, millennials and hardcore hockey fans together in the Hockey Capital of Canada--Winnipeg, Manitoba.

RINK Testify Performance is seeking qualified and dedicated individuals to fill a position as a Graduated Athletic Therapist. Reporting to the Athletic Therapy Coordinator & Teams, the incumbent will provide athletic therapy services and assist with the assessment, management and treatment of acute and chronic athletic injuries among the hockey teams in the 50 Below organization. The clinic provides a busy, diverse, client-centered work environment for all its employees. This role may require the ability to work in non-traditional hours, often for extended periods of time outside the course of a typical working day.

Nature of duties and responsibilities
• Provide on-site athletic therapy coverage for home and away games;
• Clinical assessment and treatment of injuries on site of games;
• Collaborate with other members of the Sports Medicine, development, coaching team to ensure quality health care delivery for athletes and patients;
• Flexible schedule as most tasks require the ability to work non-traditional hours, often for extended periods of time outside the course of a typical working day;
• Other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications and Requirements
• Recent graduates of a recognized school of Athletic Therapy
• Punctual for games
• Ability to work effectively both independently and in a team environment, displaying initiative, excellent customer service, and abiding by the CATA code of ethics;
• Maintain professionalism
• Communicate positively with the clients and staff;
• If interested, please submit your curriculum vitae and cover letter, including what position you are applying for by August 23rd at 16h00 to Izzy Satoudian at izzy@therink.ca

Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted and testing may be required; thank you for your interest. Please also note that this is a non-paid position. We implement an equal access employment / program under the Act respecting equal access to employment in public bodies for women, visible minorities, ethnic minority, Aboriginal and disabled people (including the possibility of accommodation during the selection and pre-selection of candidates).

MMJHL St. Boniface Riels - Athletic Therapist


MMJHL ST. BONIFACE RIELS – ATHLETIC THERAPIST

The St. Boniface Riels are accepting resumes for the position of Athletic Therapist for the
2019-20 MMJHL Season.

The successful applicant must be a team-oriented individual who is out going, organized and willing to work closely with the coaching to serve players needs.  The position requires strong organizational skills and communication skills with a positive attitude. The individual will also be required to attend home and away games. 

Job Duties include, but are not limited to:

-Attend all games and practices (usually 2 games per week and 1-2 practice a week).  All home games at Notre Dame Arena. 
-Keeping an accurate log on all injuries and medical supplies
- Working with the players and assessing player injuries, rehabilitation and documentation.
- Injury prevention and physical preparation guidelines.
- Communication of injuries to coaching staff.
- Maintaining an inventory of medical supplies within a budget.

Interested applicants are asked to outline their qualifications certified athletic therapists or related programs & previous sports team experience. Salary will be based on experience and certification. 

Those interested are asked to forward a resume to:

Jason Frykas- General Manager of the St. Boniface Riels Major Junior Hockey League. jfrykas16@hotmail.com or 204-470-8655.

MMJFL team looking for 2 certification candidates



East Side Eagles Major Junior Football team is looking for 2 certification candidates for this summer/fall season.

Practice and game commitment
Practices are Tuesday & Wednesday from 6:30pm-9:30pm each evening
Games Friday or Saturday night from August 10th - October 27th, 2019
Games can vary between 12pm kickoffs to 6:00pm kickoffs on Saturdays and Fridays are 7pm kickoffs
There are 2 bye weeks in the Fall

Schedule can be forwarded upon request

Honorarium - $500.00 for each certification candidate

Medical kit and supplies provided by team.
 
For more information, contact head coach, Travis Paskaruk, tpaskaruk@shaw.ca

Research Survey for Athletic Therapists

I am part of a group of athletic therapists creating a course on acute knee injuries and we are looking for some more information on what athletic therapists would like to learn regarding such injuries.

We have been sending out a survey to athletic therapists in Alberta/BC but would love to get a broader picture.  When you have a moment, please click the link below.


https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/F75DJQS


Thank you in advance,


Jodi Toews (Reimer)

Fort Garry Lions Football Club - Athletic Therapist or Certification Candidate this season

MMJFL Fort Garry Lions 


Major Junior Football Team and opportunities with other age groups

Season:  July 17th to October 26th (championship finals)

Time Commitment:  Practices Wednesday/Thursday 7:00pm-9:00pm and games starting early August, Fridays/Saturdays

Honorarium:  TBD

Roles & Responsibilities:  athlete prep, record keeping, practice and game coverage, concussion reviews, referrals

Medical Kit & Supplies:  all provided by the team

Team Contact:  Mike Sosiak  Michael.Sosiak@gov.mb.ca


Contact Mike directly if interested or further questions

Volunteers for Triathlon at Hecla

Insahyu Training & Therapy is providing athletic therapy coverage at the 2019 Hecla Triathlon and looking for interested athletic therapists to help volunteer.

When:  July 20, 2019    9:00am-4:00pm

Where:  Hecla Lakeview Resort

Athletic therapists will already be on-site, they're asking the membership if there are others that would like to join them.  Carpool with a friend and make it a great day!

Contact Melanie for more details mtalastas@insahyu.com

MMJFL football team looking for 2 certification candidates

MMJFL Eastside Eagles - 2 certification candidates

Adult teams

Season:  July 9th to October 26th (championship finals)

Time Commitment:  Tuesday/Wednesdays 7:00pm-9:30pm during season and games starting early August, Fridays 8:00pm start or Saturdays 3:00pm/7:00pm

Honorarium:  $500 for each candidate

Roles & Responsibilities:  athlete prep, record keeping, practice and game coverage, concussion reviews, referrals

Medical Kit & Supplies:  all provided by the team

Team Contact:  Barry Berard, head coach, Coachberard@outlook.com or 204-391-0338.


Contact Coach Berard directly if interested or further questions


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Rugby Teams looking for Athletic Therapists or Certification Candidates

Assassins Rugby Football Club

Senior men's and women's rugby club

Looking for 2 athletic therapy certification candidates or athletic therapists

Time commitment would be one day a week (primarily Thursday evenings) approximately 3-4 hours.  Athlete prep, first aid, first responder responsibilities along with game coverage.

The season has already begun and runs until the first week of October.  Games are played at Maple Grove Rugby Park (south Winnipeg)

Honorariums available to both individuals based upon experience.

Taping equipment and first aid supplies are provided by the team.

Any individuals interested in the positons can contac, Brenna McNulty at bmcnulty@ualberta.ca or by phone 204-293-8485.


2020 Manitoba Summer Games - Volunteer Opportunity

Volunteer Opportunity

Calling all Physiotherapists and Athletic Therapists in Manitoba. Dr. Sara Scott is leading the medical volunteer coordination of the 2020 Manitoba Summer Games, being held in Dauphin during the 1st week of August, 2020.
She is looking for a Manitoba PT or AT to help coordinate.
She has a great team including a nurse, EMS member, and general coordinator already on board. 
Coordination does not need to be done from on site, is my understanding.

Please contact Dr. Sara Scott at sascott@hotmail.com if you are interested in learning more about the PT Lead role for the 2020 Manitoba Summer Games.

Or please share the info with PT friends of yours to see if they (or their friends) are interested!

PT Lead
Manitoba Summer Games
August 2020
Dauphin MB

Thanks! Sara appreciates the help!

Abra Whyte BMR (PT)
Physiotherapist – Therapy Services
Dauphin Regional Health Centre
625 Third Street SW
Dauphin, MB R7N 1R7
PH: 204 638 2164 ext 6 / FAX: 204 629 3430
Mark

Sport First Responder Recertification - July 2019

Sport First Responder Recertification Course

Date:        July 5, 2019  5:30pm-9:30pm
                July 6, 2019  8:30am-4:30pm
Location:  U of W Duckworth Centre Room 0D65
Instructor:  Ben Trunzo
Cost:         $300.00 (MATA member); $350.00 (non- MATA members)