Assistant Director of Championships and Alliances, Operations
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Preferred Education: Masters
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Job Function:Provide day-to-day management of assigned championships. This position also is responsible for implementing the policies and procedures that govern the designated championships, as determined by the respective NCAA sport committee and appropriate divisional oversight committee.
Job Responsibilities •Plan and conduct the championships and related activities within the budget established. In addition, conduct the selection, seeding and bracketing process successfully by following established principles and guidelines. •Facilitate responsibilities of assigned sport committee(s) as primary staff liaison. •Develop meeting agendas and supplementary materials; write and distribute reports; prepare necessary follow-up correspondence. •Provide training of NCAA technology programs (online score reporting, selection/bracketing software, committee collaboration zone, RPI reporting system, host reporting system) with internal and external stakeholders. •Track legislation and other issues applicable to the committee(s) and assist in the preparation of legislation and policies developed by the committee(s). •Develop and perform against a business/performance plan for assigned championships. •Manage budgets for each championship including operations budgets, financial reports and forecasting. •Develop positive lines of communication with respective sport committees and external groups such as coaches’ associations, national governing bodies and officiating organizations. •Coordinate with various internal and external groups the administration of projects related to and executed at the championships. •Direct and supervise the national coordinators of officials for the Championships and oversee postseason officials’ selection/assignments. •Other duties as assigned.
Three – five years of experience in athletics/event operations.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong organizational skills.
Strong relationship skills, both interpersonal and leading a group.
Knowledge and understanding of the Association’s structure, function and mission.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Estimated Travel Required <20%
This position will be based out of the national office in Indianapolis, Indiana. Current work environment is hybrid; 3 days in the office and 2 days are remote.
All national office staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. As a new hire, you will be required to be fully vaccinated within 8 weeks from acceptance of offer and you will be required to show proof of that vaccination. New hires may submit a request for a medical or religious exemption to the vaccine requirement 1-week post offer if they are unable to comply with this mandate.