This position is responsible for processing cases on behalf of the high school review staff. Specifically, this position will review secondary schools and programs seeking to establish or maintain accounts with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
· Process high school account and program cases according to NCAA legislation, criteria for review as established by the NCAA High School Review Committee (HSRC), and internal operating procedures.
· Review and analyze documentation from high school accounts and programs and conduct extensive research in support of the review. This includes high school curricula, instructional model(s), and school policies and operations.
· Coordinate communication process with high schools for which a decision has been reached.
· Serve as a resource for high schools new to the initial-eligibility process in the development of resource materials and training.
· Knowledge of secondary-education practices and trends.
· Working knowledge of NCAA initial-eligibility rules and legislation.
· Plans and Aligns – planning and prioritizing work to meet commitments aligned with organizational goals.
· Communicates Effectively – Develops and delivers multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences.
· Manages Complexity – Make sense of complex, high quality and sometimes contradictory information to effectively solve issues.
· Situational Adaptability – Adapt approach and demeanor in real time to match the shifting demands of different situations.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a membership-driven organization dedicated to safeguarding the well-being of student-athletes and equipping them with the skills to succeed on the playing field, in the classroom and throughout life.
We support learning through sports by integrating athletics and higher education to enrich the college experience of student-athletes. NCAA members – mostly colleges and universities, but also conferences and affiliated groups – work together to create the framework of rules for fair and safe competition.
Those rules are administered by NCAA national office staff, which also organizes national championships and provides other resources to support student-athletes and the schools they attend. The NCAA membership and national office work together to help more than 460,000 student-athletes develop their leadership, confidence, discipline and teamwork through college sports.