| This is a professional position in which the incumbent exercises discretion and independent judgment. The incumbent performs activities to assist staff members in understanding and adhering to rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the University, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and to monitor for compliance. This position reports to the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance. |
Provides guidance to alumni, coaches, staff, student-athletes, prospects, and parents concerning the application of institutional, NCAA, and SEC rules.
Manages the University’s athletic recruiting processes, procedures and monitoring efforts.
Coordinates activities of the Athletics Department’s initial eligibility and admissions process and certifications.
Assists in oversight of the Athletics Department’s financial aid, athletic scholarship and National Letter of Intent program.
Coordinates the Athletics Department’s efforts to monitor regulations related to playing and practice requirements.
Reviews and evaluates the effectiveness of compliance monitoring programs and suggests enhancement options.
Uses NCAA, conference and other athletic web based systems to prepare squad lists and reports and monitor records.
Researches and provides interpretations of NCAA, SEC and University rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Assists with the preparation of institutional, SEC and NCAA reports relating to athletic rules compliance.
Assists with the preparation and delivery of educational programs and literature.
Trains and supervises graduate assistants and interns.
Visits practice sites to monitor practice activities.
Assists with monitoring complimentary admission activities of prospects, parents, and high school and junior college coaches at athletics events.
Meets with coaches, support staff, and student-athletes on a regular basis.
Performs related or similar duties as required or assigned.
Ensures all assigned tasks are in compliance with University, SEC Conference, and NCAA rules.