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This position coordinates and administers the evaluation and determination of freshman initial eligibility, transfer and international student-athlete eligibility, and continuing eligibility for all UVU student-athletes. The incumbent must monitor, interpret, apply, and certify compliance with University, WAC, and NCAA rules and regulations for assigned sports. The incumbent must also maintain an effective and collaborative working relationship between Athletics and the Registrar’s Office.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a Bachelor’s degree in a related field plus one year of experience in academic administration or a relevant combination of education and experience totaling five years.
Master’s Degree. Two-three years of experience certifying NCAA student-athletes at the Division 1 Level. Familiarity/proficiency with Compliance Assistant, Eligibility Center, Academic Performance Program, and Banner.
Knowledge of NCAA, WAC and University rules and regulations dealing with initial and continuing eligibility of student-athletes.
Knowledge of computer applications (i.e. Office, Banner, CAi, etc.)
Knowledge of University degree and certificate requirements.
Knowledge of research and interview techniques.
Knowledge of NCAA Bylaws (especially Bylaw 14).
Skill in organization.
Skill in verbal and written communication.
Skill in attention to detail and extreme accuracy. Skill in working with various constituencies in a professional manner.
Ability to commit to NCAA, WAC, and University rules.
Ability to apply Bylaw 14 in a systematic and logical approach to approximately 350 student-athletes.
Ability to organize and track complex data including: Progress Towards Degree, GPAs, 6/18/24 rule, Transfer Credits, etc.
Ability to communicate complex ideas verbally and in writing with Athletics Department Compliance and Academic Staff, Coaches, Student-Athletes, Prospective Student-Athletes, and NCAA or Conference Staff in a proficient and professional manner.
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