Assoc Athletic Dir for Compliance
Posted on Nov 18, 2018 by University of Maine
1.Responsibility for monitoring recruiting, awards and playing and practice season to ensure compliance with the NCAA and conference rules.
2.Coordinate a rules education program for coaches and staff members
3.Coordinate the University's policy and procedures for responding to rule violations. These duties include:
4.Oversee the use of the University's compliance software system. Engaging with coaches to ensure that the system is being utilized for all applicable monitoring functions
5.Assist with completing and submitting all NCAA, EADA and University reporting requirements
6.Coordinate Student-Athlete employment regulations
7.Serve as a member of the President's Compliance Committee, develop communication materials and record minutes for the group.
8.Willingness to utilize coaching and mentoring methods which provide an environment that is anticipatory, supportive, and provides constructive feedback on performance.
9.Other reasonably related duties as assigned.
- Typically has the education associated with a Master's degree (and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience)
- Three to five years of relevant professional experience required.
- Minimum of two years' experience working with NCAA Division I compliance required.
- Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communications skills.
- Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and initiative and manage multiple priorities and deadlines.
- Working knowledge of NCAA rules and familiarity with the NCAA's Compliance Assistant and Legislative Services Database applications.
- Familiarity with Title IX as it impacts athletic programs and a demonstrated commitment to gender equity and diversity in collegiate athletics required.
- Experience in preparing and summarizing reports required.
- Experience with Excel, Microsoft Word, and other related software that allows for the efficient and effective preparation of reports preferred.
- Working knowledge of budget and business practices as they relate to athletics administration.
- Ability to travel, normally requiring a valid driver's license.