JOB SUMMARY The Assistant Athletic Director of Academic & Student Services is responsible overseeing the academic success of the student-athletes. Incumbent is responsible for programming for the unit in the area of academic advising, life skill, general support for students-athletes. Is responsible for mentoring and monitoring high risk student-athletes by working with student-athletes and coaches directly. It is the responsibility of the Assistant Athletics Director of Academic & Student Services to coordinate, implement, and monitor all applicable policies and procedures pertaining to student-athletes and their academic performance. The Assistant Athletics Director of Academic & Student Services supervises two full-time employees.
Salary: Annual $63,962.50 - $73,713.00 Total Hours: 8-5, M-F, Some nights Career Position. REQUIRED
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent combination of education/experience.
5 years' experience in intercollegiate athletics administration.
Thorough experience with academic advising and CHAMPS/Life skills.
Ability to work Under Pressure
Excellent computer skills
Service oriented attitude
Teaching skills or excellent skills in public speaking.
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