The University of North Dakota is seeking a Compliance Coordinator. This position will provide guidance to the UND community with regard to NCAA rules, regulations and standards which mandate integrity and fair play in Athletics. Responsibilities include: • Provide assistance to the Associate Athletics Director for Compliance to educate, support, monitor, and enforce NCAA rules and regulations. • Assist Associate Athletics Director with monitoring and certification for initial eligibility and continuing eligibility in regards to practice, financial aid and competition. • Coordinate all facets of the National Letter of Intent program, and departmental grant-in-aid offers to prospective student-athletes, as well as monitoring all aspects of student-athlete financial aid. • Assist with the coordination and implementation of an effective athletic compliance monitoring system. This includes playing and practice, recruiting, amateurism, etc. • Approve prospective student-athlete official visits and monitor all official and unofficial prospective student-athlete visits • Supervise intern program. • Report any and all violations of NCAA and conference legislation to appropriate entities. • Flexibility, efficiency and the ability to meet deadlines for a wide variety of assignments. • Perform other duties as assigned. Other skills: • Excellent Computer Skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Must be detail oriented • Excellent organization and communication skills • Ability to work with a diverse group of students, coaches, faculty and staff • Must have a commitment to NCAA compliance and follow all NCAA, conference and UND rules and regulations. • Must provide support and encouragement and ensure the safety and well-being of the student athletes including having a valid driver’s license. • Must successfully complete a criminal history background check.
Must apply online at www.und.edu/jobs. Job ID#3346 Job closes: May 3, 2017
Minimum 2 semesters or 1 calendar year experience working in NCAA Athletics Compliance through an internship, graduate assistantship, or full-time employment at an NCAA Division I institution or the NCAA Office.
Experience with CAi
Experience with ACS Athletics
Experience with LSDBi and/or other NCAA systems or software (NCAA RSRO online)
Experience with Scoutware or Jump Forward
Experience with Division I Financial Aid and/or NLI program