Chatham Hall is excited to begin a search for a part time head Athletic Trainer for the 2023-2024 academic year. Chatham Hall—a girls’ grades 9-12 boarding and day school in southern Virginia—has been a leader in educating girls since 1894.
Chatham Hall Athletics ensures that students are engaged, motivated, and inspired to achieve goals in a variety of athletic opportunities that are offered. The successful candidate is one who loves facilitating learning and who is invigorated by time spent with young people. Proven experience as a coach and athletic administrator is strongly preferred.
Chatham Hall Athletics offers the following sports: field hockey, volleyball, cross country, tennis, riding, basketball, swimming and diving, soccer, golf, track and field, lacrosse and a year round riding option. Additionally, we offer these afternoon activities: dance, theater, robotics, and yoga.
Chatham Hall is in a very exciting position of carrying out the final pieces of its most recent strategic plan. At the core of that plan is the health and wellness initiative which strives to create balance in the lives of both students and adults. Aspects of Living Well at Chatham Hall include:
Moving away from AP classes in favor of our own advanced classes
Implementing a January Term beginning in the next school year
Creating a new daily schedule that should allow students and teachers time to take the deep dives as well as time for reflection to process learning
Chatham Hall seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices. Chatham Hall seeks candidates who demonstrate a dedication to working in a diverse community. The school seeks candidates who: communicate effectively with diverse populations, create an inclusive work environment, and will engage in professional development opportunities to further develop inclusive practices.
Assist the Director of Athletics and Assistant Director of Athletics in ensuring the vision of Chatham Hall through its mission, values, and health and wellness program
Provide athletic training services to all team sports and activities.
Aid in the residential life program to help promote the living well initiative
Assist in Athletic supervision of athletic contests each season
Assist with social media of the athletic department
Communicate with a diverse group of students and parents
Seek professional development opportunities as they become available
Provide a fun and creative environment
Must be certified by NATA (National Athletic Trainers Association) Board of Certification.
Must be licensed by Virginia Medical Board of Medicine as an AT or be eligible for licensure.
Must have either a bachelors or masters degree in Athletic Training accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training.
Availability between 3:30 - 6:30 PM
Previous teaching and athletic training experience
Energy drive, creativity, and dependability
Position is part-time
This position description is not all-inclusive, as other tasks and responsibilities may be assigned
Chatham Hall seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices and demonstrate a dedication to working in a diverse community. The School seeks candidates who communicate effectively with diverse populations, create an inclusive work environment, and will engage in professional development opportunities to further develop inclusive management practices.
Candidates with athletic training experience are preferred. Salary and benefits are competitive; meals provided.
To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and list of references to Director of Athletics Mary Semler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chatham Hall, an all girls boarding and day school in Southern Virginia, seeks a dynamic, collaborative advancement professional to grow its fundraising programs and manage relationships with key constituents and groups, all in support of the school’s strategic priorities.
ABOUT CHATHAM HALL:
A leader in all girls education, Chatham Hall inspires integrity, academic excellence, and global perspectives in tomorrow's leaders. Its signature academic, community, and athletic programs provide comprehensive preparation for college and for productive lives. Now in its 125th year, Chatham Hall is grounded in Episcopal heritage and includes a vibrant extended community of more than 3,000 alumnae plus dedicated families and friends. The school is located on a 360-acre campus in Chatham, Virginia, within driving distance of Greensboro, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Lynchburg, Roanoke, and Charlottesville.