The Associate Director for Compliance is responsible for the supervision and management of compliance requirements and associated aspects for the RIT Intercollegiate Athletics program. This includes but not limited to NCAA, University based compliance requirements as well as federal and state compliance matters that relate to intercollegiate athletics. This position constitutes the point person for rules education and enforcement and maintaining those associated with the RIT Intercollegiate Athletics program compliant with the prevailing legislation and requirements.
Reporting Relationship: To the Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
SPECIFIC DUTIES: Oversee and manage the NCAA, University and governmental Compliance requirements. Oversee and manage the NCAA team and individual eligibility process. Develop and maintain updated data bases in preparation for reports and NCAA and league requirements Responsible for the planning and implementation of all department training programs as they pertain to compliance. Oversee and manage the student-athlete conduct process. Access and interface with the online system as it pertains to eligibility and compliance. Serve/lead pertinent committees as assigned by the Executive Director Pursue professional development opportunities Other duties as assigned
The Center for Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to providing an outstanding student-centered athletic experience through the relentless pursuit of academic and athletic excellence. We do so within the context of integrity and respect. Our exceptional staff strives to create an unrivaled experience that fosters the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional growth of our student-athletes in order to prepare them for success beyond RIT and to be leaders in the global community.
The Center of Intercollegiate at RIT sponsors 22 NCAA Division III sports for men and women. The University also offers Division I programs in the sports of men's and women's ice hockey. RIT is a member of the NCAA, Liberty League, the Atlantic Hockey Association and College Hockey America.
Required Minimum Qualifications
2 years experience (preferably at the college level)
Strong computer literacy skills/proficiency in University enterprise systems
Ability to manage complex data systems and confidential information.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills with diverse groups.
Ability to foster relations with internal staff and student-athletes.
Significant understanding of NCAA rules and regulations.
Ability to manage effective relations with NCAA and League offices.
Ability to manage complex tasks and time sensitive projects.
Additional Salary Information: 120A Wage Band
About Rochester Institute of Technology
Founded in 1829, RIT is a privately endowed, coeducational university with eight colleges including the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. It is located on 1,300 acres in suburban Rochester, New York. The student population is comprised of approximately 15,000 graduate and undergraduate students preparing for technical and professional careers. The U.S. News and World Report has consistently named RIT one of the leading comprehensive universities in the North in terms of academic reputation. The Center for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation is composed of four major programs: Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals, Recreation and Wellness. It serves the needs of a diverse student population with innovative programs and state of the art facilities. The RIT intercollegiate athletics program offers 24 sports (12 for men and 12 for women) to over 500 participants. RIT is a member of the NCAA (Division III), ECAC, Empire 8, and the Atlantic Hockey Association (NCAA Division I)