The Compliance Coordinator will serve as an integral part of the KSU Athletics Compliance Staff. The Compliance Coordinator will help create monitoring systems and educate staff on NCAA, ASUN/Big South and Kennesaw State University rules and policies. This position will provide research and recommendations on educational outreach efforts and NCAA rules interpretations. Day to day specificities of job delegation will be assigned by the Assistant AD for Compliance.
Entry level position
Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation), planning, problem-solving, organizational, analytical, and customer service skills.
Ability to read, analyze, interpret, instruct and effectively communicate complex rules, regulations and policies from the University, ASUN/Big South Conference and NCAA.
Ability to effectively communicate with coaches, administrators, student-athletes, parents, faculty, staff, and high school staff members.
Interpersonal skills in dealing sensitively with a wide variety of constituents.
Ability to influence and build work relationships among a diverse workforce at all levels.
Handle multiple tasks and meet established deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
Possess a learning orientation to changing technology impacting business processes.
Personal computer and related software skills, e.g., excel, power point.
Master’s Degree and one year of appropriate experience. Working knowledge of recruiting/monitoring systems (JumpForward or ACS/FrontRush) and NCAA Applications (RSRO, LSDBi).
Kennesaw State University (KSU), the third-largest university in the University System of Georgia, is a comprehensive university with expanding undergraduate and graduate programs in Kennesaw, Georgia, one of metropolitan Atlanta's burgeoning northwest suburban communities.Founded in 1963, Kennesaw State is located in Cobb County on a beautifully landscaped and pedestrian-friendly campus of 240 acres within easy access of Interstate 75 and the northwest quadrant of Georgia. Nearly 35,000 commuter and residential students, including more than 1,700 from 136 countries, pursue their undergraduate and graduate studies at Kennesaw State. The student body is a mix of traditional and nontraditional students with an average age of 26. Approximately 20 percent of students are members of ethnic minorities.Kennesaw State students can choose majors from more than 60 bachelor's and master's degree programs, including undergraduate degrees in education, health, business, the humanities, the arts, science and math. Graduate degree programs are offered in professional concentrations including nursing, business, information systems, conflict management, education and professional writing. KSU has ...continued to expand its graduate programs by adding a new Doctorate of Education in Leadership for Learning in 2006 - the first doctorate in the university's history. The Kennesaw State Owls compete in the Atlantic Sun Conference in NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics, enjoying the first full season as a Division I member in 2005-06. KSU has won more than five team championships since joining the NCAA during the 1994-95 school year, with numerous appearances at national championships dating back to KSU's days as a member of the NAIA. KSU won NCAA titles in men's basketball (2004) and women's soccer (2003). The former was the first NCAA basketball crown ever won by a Georgia college or university.