Director of Compliance and Student-Athlete Services
University of Evansville
July 23, 2018
Full-time - Entry Level
Operations, Operations - Compliance
The primary responsibility of the Director of Compliance and Student-Athlete Services will be to provide leadership and oversight with the development, administration, evaluation, and oversight of a comprehensive compliance program, including education, monitoring, interpretation, and enforcement of all related policies under the direction of the Sr. Associate Athletics Director for Internal Operations. The Director for Compliance and Student-Athlete Services coordinates the daily compliance operations of the athletics department to ensure strict adherence with University, Missouri Valley Conference, and National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) rules and regulations for amateurism, eligibility, recruiting, financial aid, awards and benefits, and playing and practice seasons.
• Develops, recommends, and implements policies, procedures and compliance monitoring instruments to ensure department and University compliance with applicable rules
• Provide rules interpretations and coordinates educational programs and resources to University and external community (coaches, staff, student-athletes, faculty, alumni, etc.)
• Produce, publish and distribute rules education materials
• Serve as the Athletics Compliance Office liaison to various campus constituents including, but not limited to: Financial Aid, Registrar, Enrollment Services and others
• Monitor Beeler Athletics Academic Center and assist with monitoring academic progress of student-athletes
• Assist with preparation of standard NCAA, MVC and institutional reports
• Serve as an official representative of the University at institutional, conference and NCAA meetings as necessary
Bachelor’s degree required; previous experience in NCAA compliance, preferably at the Division I level.
About University of Evansville
The University of Evansville is a member of the Missouri Valley Conference located in Evansville, IN.