Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Compliance Coordinator (Program Coordinator II) for The Rutgers Division of Intercollegiate Athletics. This position reports to the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and exists to assist with managing all aspects of compliance monitoring, including, but not limited to, student-athlete forms, recruiting activities, and playing and practice seasons.
Among the key duties of this position are the following: • Acts as a resource who can assist coaches in regards to recruiting contact and evaluation logs, reactive call monitoring, and team activity logs. • Assists with the compliance oversight of sport programs in regard to NCAA rules education and interpretations, as necessary. • Provides game day support at various sporting events, and executes other duties assigned to assist the Office of Athletic Compliance with day-to-day responsibilities. • Assists other members of the Office of Athletic Compliance in developing and implementing new processes and procedures as deemed necessary to enhance the overall function of the office.
• Requires a bachelor’s degree
• Excellent written and oral communication and organizational skills with strong attention to detail • Moderate working knowledge of NCAA Division I rules • Working knowledge of Word processing, spreadsheets, and databases
• Advanced degree and experience using LSDBi preferred.
• The position requires a computer to include all Microsoft software, access to JumpForward, access to NCAA applications, and access to Teamworks.
Internal Number: 19ST2556
About Rutgers The State University of New Jersey
The Rutgers Division of Intercollegiate Athletics sponsors 24 intercollegiate sports, comprised of 14 women’s and 10 men’s programs, that compete at the Division I level. The Scarlet Knights are members of the prestigious Big Ten Conference, the nation’s premier academic and athletic conference, after officially joining the league on July 1, 2014. Known as “The Birthplace of College Football, Rutgers hosted Princeton on Nov. 6, 1869 in the first intercollegiate football game, with RU earning a 6-4 victory.