Orange County Soccer Club is seeking to hire an Athletic Training Intern to assist the Athletic Training staff with day-to-day medical operations for the Club.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Head and Assistant Athletic Trainer’s, may perform the following but are not limited to:
- Assist Athletic Training staff in practice and game day prep
- Assist with pre- and post-training treatment
- Evaluation and assessment of injury
- Assist onsite Physical Therapist with rehab facilitation
- Accompany athletes to medical appoints and report back to medical staff
- Prepare kits for both home and away matches.
- Documentation of medical encounters in EMR
- Carry out other daily athletic training services as assigned by management.
- Applicants with previous experience in soccer (coach, staff, player) is preferred, but not required.
- Applicants must be in a CAATE accredited program or recently graduated.
- Must have high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations and information.
- Must be able to work successfully in a fast-paced environment while managing multiple tasks at once.
- Exceptional communication skills (both verbal and written).
- Flexible schedule with the ability to work weekends and evenings, as required.
About Orange County Soccer Club
- Orange County Soccer Club is a professional soccer team in the United Soccer League (USL) and the highest level of pro soccer in Orange County.
- The USL Championship is the world’s largest Division II professional soccer league, with representation in 35 markets across the U.S. and one division below the MLS.
- Games are played at the new Championship Soccer Stadium at the Orange County Great Park.
- Championship Soccer Stadium is a professional soccer facility that opened in 2017.
- The 2018 season was the club’s first full season playing at the 5,000+ seat capacity stadium.
- The stadium has played host to USL, MLS, Liga MX, and TJ League team exhibitions.
- OCSC won its first USL Championship Champion title in 2021.
- In November 2021, OCSC’s 17-year-old center back, Kobi Henry, became the first active USL player to be called up to the full US Men’s National Team for a friendly game against Bosnia and Herzegovina and in June of 2021 Henry was transferred to Ligue 1 side, Stade de Reims in the largest transfer in USL history.
- Premiered “Path to Glory” docuseries on CBS Sports Network, highlighting the groundbreaking partnership between OCSC and European powerhouse Glasgow Rangers of the Scottish Premier League (2020).
- Transferred Aaron Cervantes to Glasgow Rangers (2020). Aaron (age 18) signed with OCSC at the age of 15. Cervantes was a member of the U17 Men’s National Team (2019) and part of USL’s 20 under 20 list.
- Executed first ever player move from USL to the German Bundesliga with Bryang Kayo (2020).
- Announced first ever local TV Broadcast Partnership with COX and Spanish Radio Broadcast Partnership with Tu Liga 1120 AM KTMZ (2020).
- Launched Orange County Soccer Club Community Foundation (2020).
- OCSC’s 14-year-old phenome Francis Jacobs competed with Glasgow Rangers’ U16 Academy Team in Alkass International Cup (2020).
- 2021 USL Western Conference Winner. 2016 and 2018 USL Western Conference Finalist.
- Signed 16-year-old US U-17 International Kobe Henry (2020).
- Signed Sean “Ugo” Okoli, former USL 2016 MVP with Cincinnati (2020).
- Announced strategic partnership with Scotland-based Rangers Football Club (2019).
- Signed youngest pro soccer player in U.S. history Francis Jacobs (2019).
- Signed U.S. U-17 International, Diego Lopez (2019) from Atlanta United.
- Signed Michael Orozco, former member of the U.S. Men’s National Team and Liga MX stalwart (2019).
- Re-signed Thomas Enevoldsen (2019), 2018 USL Championship All-League First Team member.
Social Media Handles
- IG: @orangecountysoccer
- FB: @orangecountysoccer
- Twitter: @orangecountysc
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.