he NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) and the CCA (Collegiate Commissioners Association) are looking for one regional advisor of officiating (preferably in the EAST) who will be retained as an independent contractor for Division I Women’s Basketball. The NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional Advisors support the coordination of women’s basketball program and evaluation of Division I women’s basketball officials via an independent contractor services agreement. The Regional Advisor shall assist the National Coordinator to further the NCAA’s ongoing commitment to improving the overall quality and consistency of officiating throughout collegiate women’s basketball. Additionally, the Regional Advisor will assist the National Coordinator and support the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee in the identification, training, selection and evaluation of officials for the Division I Championship. The independent contractor services will include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following:
1.Monitor and evaluate officials to ensure proper application of the areas of concern as defined by the NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee. 2.Serve in a consultative capacity to the national coordinator of officiating in connection with the selection, assignment and advancement of game officials during the Division I Women’s Basketball Championship as well as other officiating matters. 3.Attend a regional officiating clinic where the National Coordinator will present to the Division I, II and III conference coordinators of officials, outlining the new rules, areas of concern, mechanics and other officiating matters. Throughout the season, work regularly with the National Coordinator and Division I conference coordinators of officials, as appropriate; to assure the most consistent and effective teaching and communication is being utilized in developing the available “pool” of officials. 4.Evaluate regular-season game video and complete NCAA Call Chart after each game. Submit video clips from games evaluated in person and from games viewed on media platforms. Send suggestions to the National Coordinator for the development and enhancement and maintenance of the NCAA officiating website. 5.Participate in the in-season teleconferences with the conference coordinators of officials and participate in teleconferences with the National Coordinator. 6.Attend the coordinators of officials meeting in September each year and attend at least one regional officiating clinic each fall. 7.Attend official’s pre-selection and selection meetings as designated by National Coordinator. 8.Shall not be an active coach, official, or Division I conference coordinator/assignor. 9.All travel related to this position must be pre-approved by NCAA women’s basketball staff. 10.Perform other duties as assigned by the national coordinator, NCAA staff and/or NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Committees.
1. Experience in women’s college basketball as a coach, administrator, officiating coordinator or official. 2. Ability to work with little or no supervision, quickly and under pressure. 3. Excellent written and oral communications skills. 4. Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills. 5. Extensive knowledge of NCAA women’s basketball rules and officiating mechanics and techniques. 6. Ability to use electronic mail as a means of correspondence. 7. Strong computer (i.e. Excel, Word) and technology skills (i.e. using DVSport or Synergy and other video analysis tools) to provide teaching and training video clips to the National Coordinator. 8. Shall not be an active NCAA coach, official or Division I conference coordinator of officials.
NOTE: East Regional Advisor primary area of coverage: CT, DC, DE, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, WV and at times OH. Application Process: Send a letter of application outlining your experience as it relates to basketball officiating and/or basketball officiating management and why you should be considered to provide the foregoing services, a resume and three basketball officiating references not later than August 26, 2019 to: Lynne Andrew Associate Director of Women’s Basketball Championships NCAA P.O. Box 6222 Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6222 Office: 317/917-6666 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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