Assistant Director, Athletic Compliance - Division I
Description: The Assistant Director, Athletic Compliance will assist the Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and the Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance to evaluate, improve, and effectively administer all functions of the Office of Athletic Compliance. The Assistant Director, Athletic Compliance will also serve as the Office of Athletic Compliance's liaison to multiple offices on campus, including financial aid, admissions, registrar, bursar, and housing. Additionally, the Assistant Director, Athletic Compliance will serve as the primary sport contact for several of the institution's athletics programs to provide rules interpretations and assist in other areas.
Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Coordination of day-to-day compliance activities Serve as liaison with multiple offices on campus; athletics, registrar, financial aid, housing, admissions Provide legislative and interpretive guidelines for institution Oversight of specific compliance components as noted
Responsibilities: Monitors Financial Aid: reviews all aid (institutional, outside, and athletic financial aid) to ensure compliance with NCAA limitations (individual and team). Monitors team limitations (counters and overall). Monitors and approves institutional donation and appearance requests. Obtains all necessary information to determine if the requests will be in compliance with NCAA Rules. Performs initial eligibility assessments of prospective student-athletes to determine if they will meet NCAA standards. Provides NCAA rules interpretations as primary sport contact for several of the institution's athletics programs. Writes violation self-reports and waivers of NCAA rules as assigned by the Associate Athletics Director for Compliance. Assist with compliance-related projects and perform other administrative duties as assigned by the Associate Athletics Director for Compliance.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree/Juris Doctor preferred. 1+ years of experience in applying Division I NCAArules and regulations at a Division I institution. Experience as a student intern or GA is acceptable Experience with NCAAfinancial aid and bylaw 15 rules is preferred Experience with compliance and policy issues concerning the administration of intercollegiate athletics is preferred Strong knowledge of Compliance Assistant and LSDBi. Knowledge of PeopleSoft is preferred Proficient in Microsoft Office Strong written and oral communication skills Willing to work evening and weekend hours
Application: Please complete online application on our website: (Job# 035013)
Syracuse University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to equality of opportunity and a diverse work force. Women, military veterans, individuals with disabilities, and members of other traditionally underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.