Executive, Executive - Associate Athletics Director
The Senior Associate Athletic Director works closely with the Athletic Director and is responsible for a full range of complex work activities including: supervision of MPP's, Head Coaches and other staff, academic and compliance acclivities related to NCAA and Title IX, athlete eligibility, recruitment and development, coach and staff development and community outreach and leadership. This individual will process documents and records, research and analyze data, monitor team activities relative to compliance and provide corrective measures to address deficiencies, prepare standard and specialized reports for the University, Department of Education, NCAA and CCAA Conference. The Sr. Associate Athletic Director will also assist the Athletic Director by interacting with, and solving problems for coaches, staff and student-athletes.
The Senior Associate Athletic Director will represent the university and athletics program through active participation in the athletics governing organization and conferences, including the CCAA and NCAA committees. Monitor federal regulations governing athletics programs, including, but not limited to Title IX. Develop programs and institutional polices as a member of the senior management team. Participate fully in program analysis, strategic planning, formulation of goals and objectives, staffing decisions, facilities, operations, budget and travel. Make recommendations for short and long term planning needs for the gender equity plan, including staffing, facilities, operations, budgets and travel. Attend events, games, programs and functions when Athletics representation is appropriate. Submit bids, oversee and manage all NCAA and CCAA post-season home events and tournaments. Assist with all fund-raising and special events for Athletics. Prepare, review, revise and distribute policies and procedures manual.
The successful candidate must have a BA in a related field and four to five years of increasingly responsible administrative experience working in an intercollegiate athletics, NCAA, or similar intercollegiate athletic environment. Demonstrated knowledge of CSU, University, NCAA and CCAA regulations, practices and procedures related to Athletics and general management. Familiarity with Title IX and CSU Gender Equity goals and reporting. Strong Commitment to gender equity and student-athlete development. Thorough Knowledge of methods, practices and procedures associated with general office protocol and correspondence maintenance. Ability to apply independent judgement, discretion, and initiative to address problems and develop practical, thorough, and at times creative solutions. Ability to independently learn, interpret, and apply a variety of complex policies and procedures, identifying deviations from applicable policies. Experience in supervision and evaluation of department personnel. Fluency in standard office software packages (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills to enable positive relations with athletes, parents, coaches, staff, and community members, must have the ability to maintain confidentiality.
In addition, the ideal candidate will preferable have a Master's Degree in a related field; as well as one to two years college coaching experience (preferably at the DII or DI level), supervision and management experience in intercollegiate athletics, and prior experience in a highly changing, dynamic athletic organization, preferred.
Additional Salary Information: This is a 12-month, full-time, CSU Management Personnel Plan (MPP) position with an excellent benefits package.
Internal Number: 18/11M
About California State University Stanislaus
California State University, Stanislaus is a NCAA DII Institution with 8000 Students. Located in Turlock, CA in the Central Valley. We are part of the CSU System.