The Director of Enrichment Services is responsible for assisting with the management of the area of Enrichment Services that serves over 750 student-athletes. Enrichment Services includes NCAA academic progress, academic enhancement and life skills programing, advising, tutoring and career development Responsibilities Include; -Manage the career development program, providing pre- and post-graduation guidance and career counseling to student-athletes; develop, implement and facilitate career programs, workshops and guest speaker series -Build relationships with and engage the Columbia Athletics alumni community, and work cooperatively with the Columbia University Center for Career Education and Beyond Barnard to enhance career development initiatives -Manage the student-athlete tutoring program and develop academic enhancement programs -Manage the Department's academic and athletic awards programming -Develop and implement life-skills and student-athlete well-being programs as well as other Office of Enrichment Services initiatives -Assist the Associate Athletics Director for Enrichment Services with budget preparation and expenditure controls -Serve as a resource for coaches, prospective students-athletes and parents/guardians during the recruitment process -Work with the Administrative Assistant in the supervision of work study students -Work with the Associate Athletics Director for Compliance to ensure that the Office of Enrichment Services is in compliance with University, Department, Ivy League and NCAA rules -Exhibit the highest professional standards and ethical behavior with regard to adherence to NCAA, Ivy League, University and Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education's Code of Ethics -Assume other duties as assigned by the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education
A Bachelors degree and/or its equivalent required
3-5 years of related experience.
Internal Number: 503545
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