This full-time, twelve-month position will serve as sport administrator and is also responsible for all processes, procedures and systems necessary to comply with NCAA and Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) rules and regulations for all NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. This position also will direct the student-athlete leadership & academic support for the department of 300+ student-athletes. The position is part of the department's senior staff will contribute to the overall operation and decision making of the department.
Sport administrator for 8+ sports as assigned by the Assistant Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics. Supervision of graduate assistants and student employees.
Develop & execute all student-athlete leadership initiatives and oversee GC-You freshmen success and other developmental efforts. Oversight of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and mentor programs.
Develop and direct a comprehensive program for educating, monitoring, reporting and complying with all NCAA, Conference, and University rules and regulations as they relate to intercollegiate athletics.
Analyzes and recommends necessary changes to departmental policies and procedures including recommendations to increase overall effectiveness of the University compliance program and leadership efforts.
Serve on Department, University, Conference and NCAA committees as assigned; may serve as SWA and/or ADID
Integrate the core values of respect, integrity, compassion, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
Other duties as assigned including tournament director, event/site coordinator and case-by-case assignments by the Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics.
Bachelor's degree required, master's preferred.
Five to eight year's professional experience in an athletic department.
Knowledge of NCAA compliance at Division I or II level preferred.
Excellent organizational skills with an eye for detail.
Strong communication skills, both oral & written.
Ability to work with off campus constituents including, parents, NCAA, and conference office.
Ability to work with variety of campus departments, including admissions, registrar, financial aid, Academic Development Center, faculty, and information technology.
Excellent computer skills (MS Office Suite) and NCAA compliance software.