Under general supervision of the Assistant Registrar, collaborate with UC Irvine Athletics, admissions offices, Academic Advisors, and a broad set of campus stakeholders to certify student-athletes for NCAA competition. This position requires an in-depth understanding and knowledge of UC Irvine academic standards and progress expectations along with UC Irvine Academic Senate policies. Additional knowledge of NCAA Division I rules and regulations, set forth in Bylaw 14, and Big West Conference bylaws is required.
Salary: Hourly $21.54 - $29.29
Total Hours: 8-5, M-F
Knowledge of NCAA Division I and Big West Conference regulations as they apply to academic and athletic eligibility.
Experience determining student-athlete's academic and athletic eligibility for intercollegiate sports participation under NCAA Division I Bylaws.
Experience analyzing complex academic information, identify problems, and finding solutions.
Experience analyzing, interpreting, and applying rules, regulations, policies, and procedures in a higher education environment.
Knowledge and application of federal and state laws and University policy related to access to and disclosure of information from student and applicant records.
Analytical and math skills to perform mathematical calculations pertaining to a student-athlete's academic standing and athletic eligibility.
Excellent oral and written communication skills to present information effectively.
Ability to assemble and organize material into logical, effective, clear, and concise formats.
Excellent analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work with attention to accuracy and detail.
Ability to work independently and follow-through on assignments.
Ability to work as part of a team and establish rapport with students, faculty, and staff.
Bachelor's degree or higher and three or more years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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