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Job ID: 1064. Under the direction of the Athletic Director, this position is responsible for advising, monitoring, and assisting in the work required to comply with The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Mid-American Conference (MAC) and the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) rules and regulations which include but are not limited to: amateurism, eligibility, playing and practice seasons; financial aid, education and monitoring of student athletes, coaches, and athletic department staff; sportsmanship, ethical conduct, equity, and related matters. The Assistant Athletic Director assists with student-athlete career development and community service and other responsibilities as determined by the Director of Athletics.
This position specifically supports the mission of the University and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics by assisting in institutional compliance with NCAA and Conference rules and regulations.
Direct, coordinate, monitor, and verify compliance with all NCAA requirements; Educate various constituencies of the University and the community regarding NCAA/MAC/NCHC regulations; Work with institution's registrar, faculty athletic representative, and NCAA Eligibility Center to certify requirements for student-athletes' initial, continuing, and transfer eligibility; Complete and monitor rosters/squad lists for all 19 Division I sports teams, including financial aid; Coordinate NCAA Recruiting Test with Faculty Athletic Representative; Educate and monitor playing and practice seasons, including but not limited to CARA logs, summer leagues, employment, competition dates, and tournament/post season play; Educate and monitor student-athletes and staff regarding amateurism including, but not limited to professional teams, agents, employment, promotions; Administer the Student-Athlete Guidelines, Drug Test Consent, and other conference and national forms to all student-athletes; Assist with investigations and reporting of any suspected regulation violations, including follow-up instruction and education to those staff and/or student-athletes subsequently found to be in violation of any pertinent rules; Comply with NCAA and Conference rules and regulations. Identify and oversee the education of and work product of compliance assistants and interns.
Bachelor's Degree and NCAA regulation-related experience; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; the ability to make independent, informed decisions in a demanding environment; excellent communication skills across multiple constituencies. Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
Master’s Degree in appropriate area of specialization; 2-5 years of full-time experience working in an NCAA Division I athletics compliance setting (NCAA office, conference office, collegiate institution). Division I compliance experience in eligibility, financial aid, amateurism; experience monitoring bylaws related to eligibility, recruiting, financial aid, playing and practice seasons, employment, agents.
Miami University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with smoke- and tobacco-free campuses, is committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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