The Athletics Department is seeking an Assistant Director for Eligibility and Compliance. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, professional faculty position.
The mission of the OSU Department of Athletics is to Go Build Excellent, Authentic, Visionary Student-Athletes (GO B.E.A.V.S.)
Individual serves the Athletic Department as the Assistant Director for Eligibility and Compliance. Responsibilities include assisting with the daily operation of the Athletics Compliance Office and making recommendations to the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Sport Services to ensure institutional control in regards to NCAA Compliance. Specific responsibilities include serving as the liaison between the athletic department staff and the office of admissions in monitoring the recruitment, academic credentials and initial-eligibility of prospective student-athletes. Individual will also monitor the pre-enrollment eligibility (including matters specific to Bylaws 12 and 14) of prospective student-athletes. Individual will have responsibilities specific to NCAA Bylaw 13 through monitoring and education on NCAA legislation specific to on-campus and off-campus recruiting activities. Individual will also have additional responsibilities specific to Bylaw 14 through monitoring and education on NCAA legislation specific to transfer eligibility, including monitoring and education of transfer eligibility requirements. Individual will be asked to file pertinent NCAA and Pac-12 Waivers. Individual will assist the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Sport Services in team roster management and JumpForward, the student-athlete information management system. Individual will also assist the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Sport Services in the monitoring, organization and dissemination of required APR and GSR reports to the NCAA, staff and coaches. Individual will have other NCAA Compliance related monitoring and rules education duties as assigned by the Executive Deputy Athletic Director, Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance. Individual will report to the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Sport Services. Bachelor's degree required, Juris Doctorate and/or master's degree preferred. At least three years of full-tine experience working in a NCAA Division I athletics compliance office or related area is required.
Typically requires Bachelor's Degree in field relevant to work assigned. Experience interpreting and training stakeholders regarding compliance with areas such as policies, laws, regulations and industry standards. May require certification or licensure and/or continuing education.
Minimum of three years working in a Division I Athletic Compliance Office or applicable higher education setting
This position is designated as a critical or security-sensitive position; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a criminal history check and be determined to be position qualified as per OSU Standard 576-055-0000 et seq. Incumbents are required to self-report convictions and those in youth programs may have additional criminal history checks every 24 months.
This position is mostly sedentary but may be required to stand at games and events. Some non-standard hours (i.e. weekends, evening events) will be required.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with education, training and experience
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