Rice Athletics is seeking a paid Compliance Intern to work 20-25 hours per week (August 2018 – May 2019). The goal of the program is to provide the intern with real-world experience detailing the inner workings of a Division I-FBS Athletics Compliance Office. The internship will cover various aspects of NCAA and C-USA compliance with an emphasis on monitoring and initial eligibility. The intern will work closely with full-time staff and will gain experience in recruiting, eligibility, financial aid, ticketing, playing and practice seasons and other administrative/data entry roles as needed.
This is an entry level, career-based internship and is intended for professional development of applicants who have a vested interest in athletics compliance. Previous experience is not required, but candidates who wish to learn more about compliance and pursue a career in college athletics are preferred. The Office of Compliance Services will support students seeking academic credit for their committed hours, if applicable. Candidates must demonstrate excellent written and verbal skills as well as an understanding of and commitment to confidentiality in their work.
Closing Date: June, 30th 2018
Contact: For consideration please submit a resume and cover letter via email to Curtis Canty – email@example.com
Timing: Internship positions are appointed on an annual basis (with the possibility of renewal). Start date of August 1, 2018 (flexible) through May 2019.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, demonstrated ability to work independently, show initiative and meet established goals and
Strong computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Acrobat, Power Point, and Outlook
Additional Salary Information: This position will be paid on an hourly basis and will be scheduled to work between 20-25 hours per week.
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