The Operations Coordinator for Women's Soccer is responsible for assisting the coaching staff and sport administrator with the management and coordination of day-to-day operations for the Women’s Soccer program.
Works with compliance staff to create a culture of compliance to meet NCAA, ACC, University and departmental policies and procedures. Serves as a liaison to Compliance Office for National Letter of Intent Process. Insure that the NLI’s are prepared correctly and sent in the appropriate time frame. Works with coaches to get admissions applications returned and NCAA Eligibility items completed in a timely manner to facilitate final NCAA Eligibility Center certification on all student-athletes. Coordinates permissible correspondence to incoming student-athletes regarding financial aid, workout programs, orientation schedules, fall housing requirements, required physical documentation and equipment needs. Coordinates all team travel with business office staff, including: coordination of flights, hotel and buses with travel coordinator, creation of agendas and processes all spend authorizations. Assists in planning and execution of off-campus and on campus recruiting events. Serves as a direct representative of the University’s coaching staff to potential recruits and their families.
Coordinates all practice session scheduling and setup. Works with the game management and facility staff to coordinate home meets/games, including, but not limited to, pre and post-game meals.
Processes all reimbursements and purchase requisitions.
Assists head coach and business office with monitoring of current fiscal year budget and formulation of next year’s budget.
Assist academic services with study hall and class attendance.
Monitors the academic performance of the team with assigned academic counselor to achieve desirable academic outcomes.
Works with equipment staff to order and allocate all athletic equipment.
Acts as a liaison to student athlete enhancement services including the student-athlete development staff, department nutritionist, department sports psychologist and strength trainer.
Plans and assists in the oversight of the annual team banquet.
Responsible for maintaining compliance with NCAA, Atlantic Coast Conference, institutional and departmental policies and procedures.
All other duties as assigned by the women’s soccer head coach.
Bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization; and one year of appropriate experience.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: P100038807
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