Slippery Rock University invites applications for a non-teaching, tenure track, 12 month faculty position, Instructor rank. Organize and implement all aspects of a successful NCAA rules compliance and education program, certification of student-athlete eligibility and financial aid limits, process NCAA Initial Eligibility reports and all required NCAA reports and forms associated with a Division II athletics program, complete NCAA academic performance and graduation and retention reports, provide oversight of NCAA responsibilities and activities within the institution, assist with event management of assigned games, assist with fundraising activities as needed, oversee golf outings, SAAC Advisor, and other duties assigned by the Director of Athletics
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s Degree required. Demonstrated experience working with the NCAA Compliance Software and related NCAA Apps, conducting NCAA rules compliance education programs, processing eligibility reports for both freshmen through the NCAA Initial Eligibility portal and transfer students, monitoring and updating NCAA squad lists and related forms, completing NCAA graduation and retention reports, certification and monitoring of student-athlete eligibility. Demonstrated understanding of gender equity as it relates to athletics, including Title IX compliance. Commitment to the education of diverse populations. A successful performance in an on-campus interview as well as a background checks.
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Internal Number: I01052
About Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania has a long tradition of providing quality education. Established in 1889 as a teacher education institution, the university has developed into a multi-purpose institution with over 8,200 students and over 400 faculty offering more that 60-degree programs at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctorate level. Located in Western Pennsylvania , the town of Slippery Rock is within seven miles of two major interstate highways, I-79 and I-80, which make the University easily accessible to Pittsburgh, Erie and Cleveland, Ohio.