Associate Commissioner for Championships and Compliance
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Telecommuting is allowed.
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), founded in 1972, has been a leader in the advancement and promotion of intercollegiate athletics for men and women for 50 years. The Conference offers championships in 21 sports while rising to prominence on the national level as GLIAC teams and student-athletes have achieved success both in the classroom and on the fields of play.
The Associate Commissioner for Championships and Compliance is expected to complete the following and other duties as assigned:
1. Provide assistance to the Commissioner and oversight in the development and management of a comprehensive compliance program including enforcement of NCAA and GLIAC rules.
2. Provide interpretations of NCAA and GLIAC rules and regulations; assist member institutions with NCAA and coaches’ certification processes.
3. Conduct campus compliance reviews, educational seminars, and meetings. Process hardship waivers, national letters of intent, and secondary violations.
4. Disseminate updated rules information and interpretations through newsletters or like media.
5. Coordination of GLIAC SAAC meetings and communication.
6. Assist the Commissioner in developing and administering the Conference Strategic Plan using the NCAA Division II Strategic Plan, the NCAA Division II Strategic Positioning Platform and the Division II Model Athletic Conference document as a guide.
7. Assist in and/or manage processes related to identifying potential venues for GLIAC Championships, execution of any bid processes as requested, and assisting the Commissioner in selection of Championship venues.
8. Assist with operational aspects of GLIAC's 21 Championship events, including: arranging for/securing all operational necessities, developing and executing agreements, functioning as event manager for assigned Championships, and other related duties as needed/assigned.
9. Serve as conference liaison/administrator for multiple GLIAC Championship sports and for certain Standing Committees (as assigned).
10. Assist with the coordination of conference meetings for Management Council., as well as other constituent groups.
11. Serve as conference liaison to the NCAA legislative services staff.
12. Coordinate the National Letter of Intent program.
13. Record eligibility lists submitted by member institutions for waivers of regulations stated in the NCAA manual and the Conference Constitution.
14. Assists with negotiating and securing agreements for meeting space and hotel arrangements for various conference championships.
15. Work with GLIAC Eligibility Committee and Commissioner on membership violations and allegations.
16. Develop or assist with conference sport schedules.
1. bachelor’s degree or preferred master’s degree, 2. three to five years of athletic administrative experience in a compliance setting, 3. effective written or oral communication skills, 4. knowledge of intercollegiate athletics and NCAA rules and regulations, 5. experience planning or assisting with championships events, 6. sports supervision
About Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference was established in 1972. The conference has 11 members with universities located in Michigan, Wisconsin and Indiana. The conference sponsors 21 mens and womens sports.