The Assistant Director of Compliance assists with the day-to-day operations of Athletics Compliance Office. Monitor and organize recruitment documentation involving telephone calls, contacts, evaluations, unofficial visits, and official visits. Monitor playing and practice season information related to countable athletically related activities (CARA) logs, playing season declaration, dates of competition. Enter, update, and maintain student-athlete information in various databases. Maintain records of rules eduction sessions and materials. Monitor student-athlete participation awards. Assist with legislative interpretations. Assist with processing secondary violations. Other duties as assigned.
Essential Functions: Monitor and organize recruitment documentation involving telephone calls, contacts, evaluations, unofficial visits, and official visits Monitor playing and practice season information related to countable athletically related activities (CARA) logs, playing season declaration, and dated of competition. Enter, update, and maintain student-athlete information in various databases. Maintain records of rules education sessions and materials. Monitor student-athlete participation awards. Assist with legislative interpretations. Assist with processing secondary violations. Other duties assigned.
Bachelor's degree is required.
A minimum of one year of work experience in athletics compliance, which includes experience implementing/managing an NCAA athletics compliance program, is required.
Experience at Division 1 level is preferred. Experience investigating and processing violations of NCAA rules and regulations is desirable. National Association for Athletics Compliance (NAAC) Education Certification is a plus.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Candidate must demonstrate strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to forge strong working relationships and manage interests of multiple stakeholders. Must also demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing. Strong presentation skills with the ability to present clear and accurate information when conducting training for various groups is essential.
Candidate must possess strong problem solving skills with the ability to identify need for corrective action and develop alternatives. Must also possess strong analytical skills to identify and assess facts and determine outcomes. A strong commitment to confidentiality is essential, as this position will be required to handle confidential and sensitive information.
Candidate must demonstrate a strong commitment to integrity, professionalism and ethical behavior in regards to adherence to NCAA and University rules and regulations. Must also have a strong focus on attention to detail. Working knowledge of NCAA Division I manual essential.
Candidate must have a strong working knowledge of MS office and Adobe products. Experience with NCAA databases and websites (e.g., LSDBi, Compliance Assistant, Requests/Self-Reports Online) is preferred.
Sits for long periods of time
Walking long distances
Handle objects (Dexterity)
Deadline to Apply:
May 21, 2018
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