Executive, Executive - Associate Athletics Director
Serves as a member of the athletics senior management team. Supports Department-wide strategic initiatives as well as the day-to-day administration. Incumbent is responsible for overseeing the area of NCAA Compliance ensuring adequate institutional control for our nineteen (19) varsity teams. This position oversees all compliance efforts, providing assistance to the entire department in the areas of NCAA and conference rules interpretations, current and prospective student-athlete eligibility, investigating potential rules violations, transcript evaluations, and on and off campus recruiting activities. Responsible for assisting in all reporting efforts inclusive, but not limited to EADA, Sports Sponsorship, financial audits/reports, ISSG. The Associate AD will also lead diversity and inclusion initiatives and education for all administration, coaches, and student-athletes.
Coordinate the education of student-athletes, coaches, institution personnel, representatives of athletics interests and prospective Student-athletes with regard to NCAA, Conference and institutional rules and guidelines.
Provide follow-up instruction, education and advising to student-athletes, coaches, institution personnel, representatives of athletic interests subsequently found to be in violation of any pertinent rules.
Administer the student-athlete guidelines, the Drug Test Consent and other required NCAA forms.
Research and investigate any reported or suspected instances of NCAA and conference rule violations. Recommend and administer appropriate penalties.
Identify potential NCAA rules violations and report them to the Athletic Director and Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR).
Develop policies and procedures to comply with NCAA and conference rules and regulations. Communicate the policies and procedures, monitor ongoing activity, direct and recommend action to correct deficiencies, and prepare reports.
Provide written and oral guidance, assistance and interpretation to the university administration, coaches, staff, student-athletes, and representatives of athletic interest in regards to NCAA rules.
Represent the University at conference and NCAA meetings concerning institutional compliance.
Actively seek professional development opportunities.
Assist in the development and delivery of rules education seminars for coaches and student-athletes.
Work closely with the national and conference offices in regard to NCAA Bylaws.
Work with various campus offices on initial and continuing eligibility certification for Student-athletes.
Respond to all administrative correspondence in the requested time frame and attend all staff meetings.
Monitor recruiting logs (unofficial and official visits).
In cooperation with the Athletic Director, monitor the scheduling process, verifying that the schedule meets NCAA and conference scheduling requirements and missed class time policies.
Educate and monitor NCAA regulations governing student-athletes and coaches involvement in camps and clinics.
Review coaches’ declaration of playing, practice seasons and schedules of contests.
Monitor Student-athlete amateurism.
Secure the release for potential transfer students and facilitate the release of student-athletes seeking to transfer, in consultation with the Head Coach and Athletic Director.
Maintain participation records and determine seasons of competition utilized by student-athletes.
Coordinate all NCAA appeals.
Educate and monitor employment of student-athletes according to NCAA Bylaws.
Monitor compliance with NCAA Bylaws regarding complimentary admissions to athletics events.
Ensure all changes to the Student-athlete Handbook, Operations & Compliance Manual are up-to-date.
Serves as a member of the Compliance Committee.
Is one of five individuals authorized to make contact with the NCAA membership services staff, in accordance with NCAA Constitution 22.214.171.124.1.2.
Conduct an audit of compliance systems.
Serve as a member of the senior management team and acts as a key decision maker in the athletics department.
Educate the Student-athletes, coaches and administration on issues of diversity and ensures compliance with all NCAA bylaws and guidelines for diversity.
Work with the Gender Equity Committee and assist with preparing the Equity in Athletics Report.
Provide knowledge and education of Title IX.
Advocate Student-athlete life balance through programs and initiatives to help them learn how to balance academics and athletics.
Work closely with Academic Advising and Records Office in the academic matriculation of Student-athletes.
Assist with compilation and reporting of the NCAA Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act each year.
Oversee the compilation and reporting of the NCAA Graduation Rates data, Sports Sponsorship report, financial audits/reports, Institutional Self-Study Guide (ISSG).
Serves as administrator for select varsity sports.
Budgeting, oversight and approval of expenditures throughout the fiscal year for assigned teams
Marymount is a comprehensive Catholic university, guided by the traditions of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, that emphasizes intellectual curiosity, service to others, and a global perspective. A Marymount education is grounded in the liberal arts, promotes career preparation, and provides opportunities for personal and professional growth. A student?centered learning community that values diversity and focuses on the education of the whole person, Marymount guides the intellectual, ethical, and spiritual development of each individual.