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Under administrative direction of the President, responsible for the administration of Intercollegiate Athletics and management of all programs related to athletics, which includes: Supervision of coaching staff, Athletic Training, and support staff; overseeing and setting game schedules and game contracts; overseeing and approving various University, departmental, NCAA, GLIAC, and related reports; setting, oversee recruitment and retention of student athletes; approving and monitoring budgeting and on-going budget and expense management; leading search committees as needed to fill vacant positions; overseeing and setting strategies for marketing, advertising, promotional events (ex: Women’s Walk and others); coordinating with the Foundation on an annual golf outing; modeling and setting standards for applicable compliance; coordinating with Compliance Officer and others regarding audits and issue resolution; fundraising; summer camps; and, GLIAC and WHCA representative. Serves as a member of President’s Cabinet. • Supervise and prepare the men’s and women’s Intercollegiate Athletic Program budget; recommend candidates for coaching positions; consult, advise, and evaluate coaching staff. Supervise the scheduling of Intercollegiate Athletic contests; prepare and distribute athletic contracts; supervise athletic grant-in-aid program, prepare tenders. Ensure compliance with all NCAA, GLIAC, and WCHA rules. Coordinate accurate and timely completion of required NCAA and government reports relating to intercollege athletic program. Administer all details of the program to ensure the academic integrity of the athletic program.
• Maintain contact and good relationships with various public groups, organizations, and individuals. Supervise special projects related to the athletic program; consult and advise athletic booster clubs. Serve on the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference or the Western Collegiate Hockey Association; act as chairman as required. Represent the college at meetings of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
• Assist in recruiting student-athletes; coordinate team travel, lodging, and meals with all coaches. Inform the public about the program; coordinate athletic banquets; arrange, supervise and evaluate pre-game, game, and post-game responsibilities; supervise student eligibility for athletic participation; entertain parents, news media, representatives of other schools.
• Consult with the sports information director and supervise his or her activities. Supervise the policy and sale of tickets. Solicit funds from the public for the grant-in-aid program and for the athletic programs. Coordinate Athletics marketing with LSSU Integrated marketing.
• Coordinate building scheduling for intercollegiate athletics and special events.
• Supervise all personnel assigned to intercollegiate athletics including the supervision and evaluation of clerical support staff and student assistants assigned to athletics. Supervise business and office procedures.
• Responsible for Athletics Department Budget Management.
• Responsibilities include NCAA, Title IX, Conference, and other Regulatory requirements.
• Perform related duties as assigned.
Master’s degree or equivalent in Administration or related field; two to five years’ experience in Athletic Administration, experience in college coaching preferred.
Adequate health and fitness to maintain long hours, busy schedule, and to travel with teams as required. Use of gross motor skills to perform supervisory and organizational duties; use of fine motor skills in operation of keyboard equipment to produce contracts, schedules, promotional materials, budgets and reports. Ability to hear, see and speak clearly, with or without aids, to represent the University in public appearances, promotional and recruiting activities. Mental capacity to assist with numerous administrative responsibilities; ability to work with numbers in budgetary preparations.
Lake Superior State University is a publicly funded, autonomous state university operated under the control of an eight-member board of trustees, who are appointed to eight-year terms by the governor.LSSU Mission StatementOur mission at Lake Superior State University is to help students develop their full potential. We launch students on paths to rewarding careers and productive, satisfying lives.... We serve the regional, state, national and global communities by contributing to the growth, dissemination, and application of knowledge.LSSU Vision StatementOur programs grow and evolve in ways that keep our graduates at the cutting edge of technological and societal advances. As such, we will be viewed by our constituents as:The preferred regional choice for students who seek a quality education which provides a competitive edge in an evolving job market.An institution where relevant concepts are taught by quality faculty, and are paired with practical real-world experience to provide a well-rounded education.An institution which capitalizes on its location to instill graduates with an understanding of environmental issues and an overarching desire to be responsible stewards of the environment.A University that is highly student centered and empowers all students to realize their highest individual potential.