Assist with developing, implementing, coordinating and administering NCAA, ACC and UNC compliance initiatives related to all aspects of compliance. Monitor NCAA, ACC and UNC rules and regulations associated with current student-athletes, former student-athletes, prospective student-athletes, Department of Athletics staff members, University faculty and staff members and representatives of athletics interests. Develop, oversee and maintain a comprehensive rules education program.
Qualifications and experience: Minimum of 5 years full-time experience in NCAA compliance; NCAA Division 1 conference office or FBS preferred. Rules interpretation experience preferred. Demonstrated written communications and interpersonal skills essential. Working knowledge of the NCAA Eligibility Center, Compliance Assistant Internet (CAi), Requests/Self Reports On-line (RSRO) and LSDBi essential.
About The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Department of Athletics at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill exists to provide educational and athletic opportunities to young men and women and to serve the interests of the University by complimenting and enhancing its diversity and quality of life. Through its athletic programs, the University seeks to unite alumni, faculty administration, and students in a common and shared experience. The purpose of the Athletics programs is to provide an environment for student-athletes to learn, advance and excel both academically and athletically. This unit is a highly visible public relations arm of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,with state-wide and national recognition. As such, it is an extremely
important recruiting tool, not just for student-athletes, but for students from all walks of life.