Assists in enrollment procedures. Assists with admissions process. Provides student counseling, as requested. Provides student counseling, as requested. Assists with on-campus recruiting. Works with faculty and coaches, as needed, to monitor class attendance, study hall attendance, reports on student progress, and performs other related tasks.
Assists with the maintenance of student-athlete records. Assists in the maintenance of current information on student-athletes' academic degree program. Assists in the maintenance of accurate records relative to student-athlete eligibility. Assists with reports and surveys related to academics.
Provides liaison services with University faculty, as well as admissions and registrar personnel. Assists with informing coaches on academic matters relative to student-athletes. Supervision of student-workers, tutors, and/or interns as needed.
Bachelor's degree in Education, Counseling, or related field required. At least two to three years’ experience in an Athletic Academic office on a university campus.
Strong verbal and written communication skills along with knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Knowledge of NCAA and SEC rules and regulations.
Master's degree in Education, Counseling, or related field preferred with at least four years of experience working with Student-Athletes at a Division I University.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Must have strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Excellent verbal/written communication skills.
Computer/Technological skills, able to work with a diverse group of people with various backgrounds, education levels, and cultural differences.
Knowledge of GradesFirst, NCAA and SEC Rules and Regulations.
Internal Number: 497571
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