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Assistant Executive Director Compliance and Governance
The Ivy League, a Division I athletics conference office founded in 1954 and located in Princeton, N.J., seeks applications for the position of Assistant Executive Director Compliance and Governance. The Ivy League utilizes Princeton University's Human Resources.
Reporting directly to the Associate Executive Director for Compliance and Governance
Compliance and Governance: • Respond to complex NCAA and Ivy League rules interpretation questions from institutional compliance personnel, researching precedents and submitting inquiries to NCAA as needed. • Prepare educational materials for institutional compliance staffs, coaches, student-athletes and other constituents. • Assist with processing Ivy League and NCAA violations • Assist with Compliance Reviews at Ivy League institutions • Update and maintain back end of compliance web site, and compliance databases • Other duties as assigned • Assist Associate Executive Director in managing the Ivy legislative process, including producing reports, updating and researching in the database and drafting legislation • Coordinate the updating process of the Ivy League Manual annually • Assist Associate Executive Director in coordinating League participation in NCAA governance, including committee nominations, educating committee representatives, and proposing NCAA legislation • Staff coach group meetings, including presenting information related to legislation and governance to coaches groups as needed. • Serve as liaison to coaches groups to facilitate annual meeting and operations. • Assist with the compilation and presentation of coach group recommendations and items to League committees; • Staff championship events as needed
Admissions and Student-Services: • Work with the Deputy Executive Director to manage Ivy League admissions and financial aid regulations, including collecting data, preparing summaries, and writing reports. • Coordinate ongoing communications regarding Ivy League policies on recruiting, admissions, and financial aid. • Assist with preparing meeting and conference call materials for Ivy League Deans of Admission and their staffs. Monitor the national landscape and development of rules, formats and procedures in supervised sports; • Assist Associate Executive Director in the management and execution of annual Student-Athlete Advisory Committee meetings and call. • Other duties as assigned
The final candidate will be required to complete a background check successfully. To apply visit our jobsite at https://careers.princeton.edu/
Princeton University/The Ivy League is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Applications will be accepted until June 7th or until position is filled.
The successful candidate must be proficient with technology, creative in providing solutions to complex and sensitive issues and be able to work independently and in a team setting to efficiently meet established goals and deadlines. Candidates must also have strong written and verbal communications skills.
Bachelor's degree required. Minimum of two to five years working with NCAA rules; experience as a primary supervisor and/or administrator of sports and events preferred. Familiarity with Conference office operations will be highly valued.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience.
The Ivy League is the most diverse intercollegiate conference in the country with more than 8,000 student-athletes competing each year. Sponsoring conference championships in 33 men's and women's sports and averaging more than 35 varsity teams at each school, the Ivy League provides more intercollegiate athletic opportunities per school than any other conference in the country. All eight Ivy schoo...ls are among the top 20 of NCAA Division I schools in number of sports offered for both men and women and enjoy regular competitive success at the highest championship levels of NCAA Division I athletics.The League’s schools -- Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton and Yale -- share a rich history of success and influence in college athletics, dating back to the origins of intercollegiate competition. Ivy League institutions have won 287 team national championships and 579 individual national championships since intercollegiate competition began. The Ivy League conference was formally established in 1954, based on the mutual agreement that intercollegiate athletics competition should be "kept in harmony with the essential educational purposes of the institution." For more information, please visit www.ivyleaguesports.com.