Oversee all aspects of student-athlete athletic scholarship, eligibility and letter of intent processes, including required NWAC eligibility records and files.
Provide appropriate orientation and information sessions for prospective and current student-athletes.
Assist in providing interpretations regarding Clark College and NWAC rules for coaches, student athletes, parents, alumni and boosters.
Provide student-athletes with proper academic guidance towards completion, while managing athletic eligibility.
Provide support with roster management, gender equity, and Title IX compliance.
Oversee all game-day operations: assign part-time and work study; liaison for officials and visiting teams during home events; provide supervision at all home athletic events; manage ticket procedures for home games; and assist in the maintenance of athletic facilities.
Oversee athletic website and social media content.
Assist with special events for the department as assigned by the Director (banquets, luncheons, golf tournaments, etc.)
Assist with the recruitment, hiring, training and assigning of work to part-time staff and students.
Contributes to achievement of and support for equity objectives as established by the College.
Student Support Responsibilities:
Perform high-touch, holistic intakes using a case-management model; supporting students in identifying their academic/career goals and objectives, identifying obstacles and challenges that may impede their success, and support students in developing a plan of action that promotes the persistence, completion and achievements of their academic/career goals.
Provide supportive and appropriate guidance and support for students struggling academically and suggest college success strategies to retain students in academic difficulty.
Assist students in the development of effective problem-solving skills, self-advocacy, decision-making, and personal responsibility to support their ability to persist in goal attainment.
Provide academic and career guidance to new and continuing students.
Collaborate with college partners in retention and completion efforts.
Provide quality student services as demonstrated in patience, tact, courtesy, flexibility, and responsiveness to student needs.
Possess a strong desire to build and maintain positive relationships with faculty and instructional colleagues, staff and administrators, and students.
Employ effective critical thinking skills; seek resources for direction when necessary.
Exercise appropriate judgment in decision making. Practice within legal and ethical guidelines.
Possess demonstrated leadership experience and the ability to take initiative.
Comfortable using and introducing technology to reach students and increase efficiency.
Effective written and oral communication, including the ability to engage in one-on-one settings and in public forums.
Exercise effective problem-solving abilities, especially in cases requiring quick action and resolution.
One year of experience in college sports administration/management.
Demonstrated knowledge of NWAC, NCAA, NAIA rules and regulations, and college academic and athletic programs.
Demonstrated success effectively working with diverse populations from systemically non-dominant backgrounds, life experiences and abilities.
Ability to work, communicate, and develop rapport with students, faculty, administration, alumni, community groups, and media.
Excellent professional/interpersonal communication skills.
College athletics' compliance experience.
Academic advising experience.
Financial aid experience.
Demonstrated knowledge of federal gender equity requirements.
Internal Number: 2642874
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