Provides support to Men's Basketball student-athletes both academically and professionally. Tracks academic eligibility of Men's Basketball and works with compliance office and coaching staffs to determine eligibility. Develops a comprehensive life skills program for men's basketball.
Supervise academic progress of men's basketball student-athletes. Provide academic advising and tutoring to men's basketball student athletes. Monitor NCAA eligibility requirements. Report and communicate student-athlete problems with men's basketball coaching staff. Work closely with at-risk men's basketball student-athletes and routinely monitor academic progress.
Assist with the review of prospective men's basketball student-athletes files and assist with admission process needs.
Develop and direct a robust outreach and community service program for men's basketball student-athletes to enhance their professional development.
Provide information for NCAA required reports. Maintain knowledge of the rules and regulations of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, the Southland Conference and the NCAA.
Develop and manage life skills programming for men's basketball student-athletes to ensure their success both in and out of the classroom.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Two (2) years of related experience.
Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office Suite.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work outside normal business hours and travel as needed.
Knowledge/experience in APR, graduation rates and NCAA academic eligibility requirements.
Experience with ACSA, Front Rush, Gradesfirst, NCAA compliance assistance and Banner.
Experience in college athletics at the NCAA DI level, working with MBB student athletes, and experience with life skills programming.
Islanders Athletics offers a variety of opportunities to get involved throughout the year. Information on graduate assistantships, internships, work study, part-time and volunteer positions will be posted below as they become available. For full-time opportunities, candidates should visit Islander Jobs, the University's Human Resources website.