The Assistant Athletic Director provides leadership to the Academic Center for Student-Athletes. Responsibilities include: Leading 3 full-time Academic Advisors and multiple student workers; Overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Academic Center for Student-Athletes (budget, staff meetings, all necessary reports); Coordinating & monitoring academic success for assigned teams; Partnering with Compliance relating to APR and eligibility; Representing department on America East meetings; Participating in Senior staff meeting; Teaching a freshman orientation course; Liaising with Residential Life, Admissions, Graduate School, and the Registrar’s office when necessary.
Requires a Bachelor's Degree in counseling, education, special education, curriculum and instruction, sports psychology or sport related field. At least three years (5-7 preferred) of professional experience working in an academic advising, teaching, or counseling, preferably with Division I student-athletes required. Must have excellent communication and organizational skills. Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds are required.
Master's degree preferred
Five to seven years of professional experience working in an academic advising, teaching, or counseling, preferably with Division I student-athletes preferred.
Previous leadership experience preferred.
N4A membership, understanding of NCAA/AEC rules and regulations, and experience with PeopleSoft and Retain desired.
A background check will be required.
For best consideration submit application materials by April 19, 2021 (applications will be accepted until the position is filled).
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
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