Application Procedure: To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume and two letters of recommendation from members of the NCAA collegiate gymnastics community (e.g., coach, judges, etc.) no later than March 1 to Noel Couch via email at email@example.com. Hard copies of this information will not be accepted.
Compensation: A stipend will be paid to the successful candidate.
Reports to: NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Committee.
Duties and Responsibilities:
a. Record NCAA rules modifications changes adopted by the committee and update the NCAA rules modifications manuscript accordingly.
b. Adhere to publishing deadlines in submitting updated or new material for publications.
c. Ensure the technical accuracy of the NCAA rules modifications in submitting them for publication and in proofreading the corrected version.
d. Facilitate production of finished artwork of diagrams or equipment that the committee wishes to include in the published NCAA rules modifications.
e. Act as the official interpreter of the NCAA rules modifications between meetings of the committee.
f. Work with the NCAA, and USA Gymnastics to produce bulletins, rules updates, points of emphasis, and interpretations.
g. Attend the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships as needed as the official rules interpreter of the committee.
h. Attend coaches’ convention as needed to facilitate discussions on USA Gymnastics, FIG and NCAA rules modifications;
i. Respond in a timely manner to questions regarding the NCAA rules modifications from coaching and judging communities, and parents of student-athletes when appropriate.
j. Perform such other duties as the committee chair and/or championship liaison may direct.
Preferred Qualifications and Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree (essential).
Excellent written and verbal communication skills (essential).
Ability to relate effectively with umpires and coaches on a national level (essential).
Extensive knowledge of FIG and USA Gymnastics rules and NCAA rules modifications and their relationship to judging mechanics and techniques (essential).
Strong administrative and organizational skills (essential).
Ability to use electronic mail as a means of correspondence (essential).
Experience in judging or coaching at the collegiate level (essential).
Shall not be an active NCAA coach, judge or conference coordinator/assignor; and
Experience coaching at the collegiate level (preferred).