Fanshawe College Athletics Department

Varsity Team Manager/ Trainer Position Description


Overview:  Fanshawe College, under a partnership agreement with the Fanshawe College Student Union, competes in selected intercollegiate sports within the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (O.C.A.A.) and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (C.C.A.A.).  The college maintains competitive status in both associations and has the potential of leading to the national championship level.  Each varsity team is operated under the direction of a coach who reports to the Manager of Athletics or a designate.


Duties:  The team manager/trainer reports to the Manager of Athletics or designate and works under the direct supervision of the team coach and Program Officer.  The manager/trainer helps prepare uniforms and equipment for all games and practices and assists in the preparation of facilities. They collect & inventory the uniforms after each game, race and/or tournament. The incumbent's duties also include laundry, immediate treatment of sports injuries, protective taping, water management, completing and reporting all incidents/accidents on the required report forms and also maintaining medical records.  The manager/trainer assists in the overall promotion of his/her team. 


Qualifications:  Candidates should have good knowledge of the sport he/she will manage, and a basic knowledge and understanding of some of the injuries that could occur is preferred along with good interpersonal skills, reliability and punctuality.  Applicants must be a full time registered student at Fanshawe College.  The applicant must have First Aid & CPR. Preference will be given to students in the School of Health Sciences and Fitness & Health Promotion.


Remuneration:  The applicant will be paid the current minimum wage.


All applicants are required to apply online for the Work Study Program.


Applications and Enquiries to:  Fanshawe College Athletics Department


Internal:  Room J2003                                    

Fanshawe Athletics Department                 

Phone: (519) 452-4202