Day-to-day oversight of the Compliance Office. Oversees all aspects of NCAA Division I compliance relating to staff, students, alumni, boosters and other constituents to ensure accountability with NCAA and Atlantic 10 Conference rules and regulations. Advises the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics of instances when violations occur. Ensures that all student-athletes are eligible to participate in intercollegiate athletics by working with NCAA Eligibility Center in processing the initial eligibility requirements of freshmen student-athletes and junior college transfers and working with the Registrar’s Office in processing and certifying the continuing eligibility of current student-athletes. Works closely with coaches in the recruitment process of prospective student-athletes and is the liaison for the department to the Admission’s Office. Oversees the process for awarding initial and renewable athletically related financial aid and is the liaison for the department to the Financial Aid Office. Instructs, evaluates and monitors coaching staff regarding NCAA rules and regulations including but not limited to governing recruitment of student-athletes; playing seasons; amateurism issues; academic eligibility; financial aid; sports camps and clinics; and permissible benefits. Reduces the likelihood of a violation of NCAA rules and regulations governing alumni/booster clubs involvement with intercollegiate athletics programs by educating members/donors about NCAA rules and regulations governing such activities, and advising the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics of instances when violations occur. Gathers, completes and files all intercollegiate athletics program reporting requirements as required by NCAA as well as the Atlantic 10 Conference. Works jointly with the Faculty Athletic Representative to review, investigate and process alleged and actual violations of NCAA rules. Serves as a standing member of the Compliance Executive Committee and works closely with the committee’s Chair to further the charge of the committee. Assist with game operations as an On-Site Administrator. Represent administration while traveling with sport programs.
Required: 1-2 years, Preferred 3-5 years of experience in the administration of intercollegiate athletics preferably at the NCAA Division I level.
About St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure University is committed to proactively providing equal and equitable opportunity in its admissions, employment, and all educational programs and activities without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, gender expression or identity, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected category. St. Bonaventure fosters diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community. The University is committed to ensuring that all qualified candidates receive full consideration in the recruitment process and that our policies, procedures and practices remain consistent with this commitment. We do expect that faculty, staff, and students show appreciation for, and respect of, our Catholic, Franciscan mission..