Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations
This full-time position provides administrative leadership for an NAIA program in the competitive River States Conference fielding seven sports teams and two spirit squads. The Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations is responsible for all elements of athletic facility management; supervision of personnel; game management and operations, facilities scheduling and supervision, and assisting in the overall management of the athletic program for both men’s and women’s sports. Regular evening and weekend work required. Serve as chief of staff for the athletic department and oversee office support staff. Serves in absence of the Athletic Director and is responsible for all team travel planning and scheduling. Position reports directly to the Athletic Director.
This position will help ensure the compliance and eligibility requirements for competition under the NAIA and the River States Athletic Conference. This position will require constant contact between university staff, coaches, and student-athletes in seven collegiate sports in order to monitor academic progress and duties assigned by the Athletic Director.
Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, organizing practice schedules for the gymnasium; preparing for game day operations; hiring and managing student workers for use at sporting events; managing revenue from ticket and concession sales; coordinating deliveries from vendors; field, court, and gymnasium maintenance; and reviewing publications in conjunction with the sports information director.
Bachelor’s Degree (Sports Administration or other relevant degree), Master’s Preferred.
Three (3) years intercollegiate athletic experience, Three (3) years supervisory experience, facility management, internal operations, and/or game operations experience preferred
Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:In depth knowledge of NAIA rules and regulations, proficiency with Microsoft office, webpage design, Excel. CPR & AED certification, ability to be an approved IU driver with valid operator’s license, ability to lift and transport up to 100 lbs., required training as floor warden for University Police, active shooter training, Serve-Safe Certification (certified food-handler) required. Above average mobility required. Excellent interpersonal and written communications skills, proven orientation toward quality service and teamwork, proven leadership and organizational skills, strong commitment to the academic achievement and personal growth of student-athletes.
NAIA Eligibility Center Processing Software, NAIAHelp Admin. Software, SIDHelp website software, OneStart, Canvas, KFS, Daktronics Scoreboards, Bleachers systems, manage department keys and key systems.
Long hours, ability to lift and transport up to 100 lbs., opening and closing the activities building, must be able to navigate stairs with ease as several athletic facilities do not have elevator access, small maintenance projects, must be able to work with outside vendors for delivery, transportation, etc. (GFS, Coca-Cola, Enterprise, etc.)
Additional Salary Information: Full benefits
Internal Number: 19-27
About Indiana University Southeast - New Albany, IN
IU Southeast is one of eight degree-granting campuses of Indiana University and is located minutes from downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The area is known for cultural, sports and recreational activities and has a very low cost-of-living index. IU Southeast has an enrollment of over 5000 students and offers bachelors and masters degree in a wide range of disciplines.
IU Southeast is an AA/EOE employer.