Goldey-Beacom College is accepting applications for a full-time Assistant Athletic Director position. The holder of this position will assist the Athletic Director and Associate Athletic Director in matters related to the administration of the Athletic Program, including responsibility for the College’s Compliance with NCAA and Conference Activity, Athletic Business Operations, Athletic Scheduling/Athletic Team Travel, Officials, Summer Camp Program, etc. Position will also serve as the NCAA Athletics Diversity and Inclusion Designee and Chair for The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The job responsibilities include the following: 1. Serve as the primary Compliance Coordinator for the Athletics Department. 2. Attend conference, regional and national meetings/conventions as necessary. 3. Ensure maintenance of accurate and up-to-date data on all student athletes. 4. Maintain all aspects of the NCAA Eligibility Center. 5. Ensure NCAA Compliance Website is kept up-to-date. 6. Facilitate Rules Education Program. 7. Coordinate Athletic Business Office Activity. 8. Coordinate Athletic Scheduling and Game Contracts. 9. Coordinate Officials for all home athletic contests. 10. Coordinate Summer Camp Program. 11. Coordinate Student Worker Program. 12. Research, form and chair an Athletic Diversity Committee. 13. Sport Supervision as assigned. 14. Supervise interns, student workers, and student assistants as assigned. 15.Event Management Responsibility as assigned.
A Bachelor’s degree is required with a minimum of three years of experience in Athletics, including some experience related to NCAA Compliance. Interested applicants should send a resume, letter of application, and a completed GBC Employment Application to Jeremy Benoit, Associate Athletic Director, Goldey-Beacom College, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.
**This position is being funded in part by the NCAA Strategic Alliance Matching Grant to promote increased diversity in collegiate athletics administration. Therefore, a qualified applicant for the position must identify as an ethnic minority and/or a woman. For the purposes of the grant, racial ethnic minorities are described pursuant to the Federal guidelines of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
About Goldey-Beacom College
In its second century, Goldey-Beacom College reaffirms its commitment to the proud tradition of providing accessible, high-quality, career-focused education.
An independent, multilevel college, Goldey-Beacom College offers challenging undergraduate and graduate programs. As a teaching-oriented institution of higher learning, the College emphasizes instructional excellence in the classroom and is committed to sustaining faculty who are caring, dedicated and knowledgeable in their respective fields, who motivate their students to realize their full learning potential, and, above all, who represent teaching excellence.
Goldey-Beacom College is further committed to providing a caring, wholesome, intellectually stimulating learning environment to its students so they may grow as individuals and become worthy, productive members of society.