Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance/Student Athlete Services
Posting DetailsPosition Information Job TitleAssistant Athletic Director for Compliance/Student Athlete ServicesFLSA StatusExemptPosted Salary RangeCommensurate with experience.Employment StatusFull TimeDepartmentOffice of Athletic ComplianceMinimum Qualifications
Bachelors degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Two to three years of full-time experience working in NCAA Division I athletics compliance.Purpose of Job
Leads and coordinates all aspects of a comprehensive and service-based compliance and student athlete services program/department. Manages a comprehensive and service-based compliance department for a FCS athletes program.Scope of Responsibilities
The Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance/Student Athlete Services is responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of all systems designed to ensure compliance with NCAA, Southwestern Athletic Conference and University rules. Responsibilities also include the coordination of academic services for student-athletes and sport supervision.Essential Job Functions
•Coordinate, conduct and maintain a comprehensive recruiting monitoring system for telephone calls, text messages, official and unofficial visits, off-campus recruiting and camps and clinics;
•Review and approve all coach reimbursement requests and financial documents from business office;
•Research, prepare and present rules interpretations for coaches, staff, student-athletes and general public;
•Assist with rules education for coaches, staff, student-athletes, parents, university staff, boosters and general public;
•Coordinate academic services for student-athletes;
•Monitor class schedules, grades and student-athlete academic progress toward degree;
•Work with the student-athletes, coaches and the office of student records on all add/drop requests;
•Maintain accurate and complete student-athlete and department files including compliance manual;
•Monitor and manage continuing eligibility/satisfactory progress in regards to academic compliance with Alcorn State University, Southwestern Athletic Conference and NCAA rules; and
•Provide sport supervision for assigned sports
•Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
•Two to three years of full-time experience working in NCAA Division I athletics compliance
N/AKnowledge Skills and Abilities
•Experience using CA, LSDBi and other applicable NCAA programs and computer software
•Experience and knowledge working with NCAA Bylaws – especially Bylaws 13, 14, 15 and 17
•Experience and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) and Banner.
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- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Unofficial Transcripts
- Letter of Recommendation (Professional)
- Letter of Recommendation (Personal)
- Letter of Recommendation (Professional or Personal)