The University of California, Santa Barbara is seeking qualified applicants for a Compliance Coordinator. The Coordinator for Compliance is responsible for the day to day oversight of selected aspects of the Intercollegiate Athletics Compliance Program. This includes interpretation and implementation of NCAA Rules and Regulations, NCAA Initial Eligibility, Big West Conference and institutional rules and regulations as they relate to NCAA eligibility and Admission standards. Incumbent must exercise professional judgment in the interpretation of UC and NCAA regulations. Incumbent will be responsible for developing and implementing systems, procedures and monitoring techniques for student athletes' pre-enrollment and initial eligibility activities. Coordinator will also implement programs for student athletes in the areas of athletic excellence, personal development, career development, and community service. Incumbent will oversee the ICA Academic Study Center, computer lab and proctored study hall for student-athletes.
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent combination of years of experience
At least one year of experience working in intercollegiate athletics
Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat
Must have strong work ethic, attention to detail and possess effective communication skills (written and verbal) along with demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups.
At least one year of experience working in an NCAA compliance office and have a working knowledge of Compliance Assistant (CA), LSDBi, and ARMS software.
Internal Number: 20190699
About UCSB Intercollegiate Athletics
UC Santa Barbara is located on the Pacific Ocean, ranks among the top-10 public universities in the nation and is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities. The UCSB Athletics Department includes 20 intercollegiate sports teams and 450 student-athletes that compete for championships in the Big West Conference and at the NCAA Division 1 level. The Gauchos have won a record 10 Big West Conference Commissioner's Cups, representing the league's all-sports champion, including 2018-19.