Muskingum University invites applications in the department of Intercollegiate Athletics for the newly created, full-time position of Athletic Compliance Coordinator. As a member of the Athletic Leadership Team, this position manages and maintains the University’s compliance with all NCAA and OAC rules, regulations, and policies. This position will also be the designated Deputy Title IX Coordinator from the athletic department and will work closely with the University’s Title IX Coordinator to ensure athletic compliance with Title IX.
Major responsibilities will include, but may not be limited to:
• Manage daily compliance operations of the athletic department to ensure strict adherence with university, conference, and NCAA rules and regulations for amateurism, eligibility, recruiting, financial aid, awards and benefits, and playing and practice season enforcement. • Create compliance monitoring mechanisms that support all athletic programs and student athletes. • Provide rule interpretations and coordinated educational programs for coaches, staff, and student athletes. • Release semester eligibility reports. • Coordinate and prepare NCAA institutional reports. • Serve as the compliance liaison to various campus stakeholders. • Manage all pre-season compliance paperwork. • Manage and track both incoming and outgoing transfer student athletes. • Manage all aspects of the University’s Name, Image, and Likeness policies and procedures. • Monitor student athlete retention. • Under direction of the Title IX Coordinator: o manage completion of all NCAA sexual violence prevention requirements and monitor general Title IX principles of equity within the athletic department. o provide coverage for the Title IX Coordinator in the event that a conflict-of-interest prevents the Title IX Coordinator from functioning in that role. o Obtain and maintain adequate training to serve as a Title IX Coordinator and civil rights investigator. Relevant topics will include, but are not limited to, interviewing skills, investigative report writing, due process, trauma-informed approaches, and determining credibility. Receive other training as determined by the Title IX Coordinator. o Assist with educating the University Community on the University’s policies, procedures, rights, and standards of behavior. Assessment of learning may be required. o Be available to receive reports related to Title IX; coordinate appropriate interim measures in collaboration with the Title IX Coordinator and other campus partners. Promptly notify the Title IX Coordinator of all reports received.
Utmost discretion and ability to maintain confidentiality.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated commitment to a strict adherence to NCAA, conference, university, and department rules and regulations, as well as a solid commitment to student achievement in academics.
Knowledge of or ability to learn federal and state laws, rules and regulations and institutional policies and practices specific to Title IX, VAWA, the Campus SAVE Act, FERPA, and related laws.
Advanced analytical, evaluative, and objective critical thinking skills and the ability to effectively summarize and present information and draw conclusions.
High ethical standards, along with the ability to take initiative, demonstrate integrity, and make independent decisions.
Demonstrated knowledge and ability to work effectively with individuals and groups with a variety of identities, cultures, backgrounds, and ideologies. Must have the ability to treat others with respect, civility, and courtesy and to work honestly, effectively, and collegiality with employees, students, and the community.
Proven use of appropriate conflict management skills to effectively manage any disagreement that might arise or to bring the disagreement to supervisors, as necessary.
Detail-oriented and skill in keeping accurate, timely, and appropriate documentation of interactions and conversations.
Computer skills including all Microsoft Office products; proficiency in Word, Excel and Access; ability to work in a web-based environment.
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of Maxient or a similar case management system.
Understanding of the impact of trauma on individuals who have experienced gender-based and sexual misconduct.
To apply, send a letter of application, resume, and three references to Steve Brockelbank, Vice President and Director of Athletics to firstname.lastname@example.org or materials may be faxed to 740-826-8300. Please include the position title in the subject line of your email. This position will remain open until filled.
Muskingum University, a comprehensive institution with a strong liberal arts tradition, is located just seventy miles east of Columbus, Ohio, in the village of New Concord. Founded in 1837, the university’s total undergraduate, graduate, and adult-learner student population is approximately 3,000. Muskingum is an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates from populations traditionally underserved by higher education to apply.
About Muskingum University
Muskingum University, founded in 1837, is located on a scenic 225 acre campus in east central Ohio approximately 70 miles from Columbus in the village of New Concord. Muskingum is a comprehensive University in the liberal arts tradition and offers 47 undergraduate majors, Master of Art in Education and Master of Arts in teaching degrees, and a Master's Degree in Information Strategies, Systems and Technology. The combined undergraduate, adult and graduate enrollment is approximately 2,200. Muskingum University is an equal opportunity employer.