Serve on an eight-member staff unit performing functions related to compliance, risk management, rules and policy monitoring, education, and training for a 350-member full-time employee base of staff and coaches, 500-plus student-athletes, Longhorn Foundation donors, fans and the University community.
Support Texas Athletics in monitoring the daily operations of assigned NCAA bylaws. All assigned duties are designed to ensure the Athletics Risk Management and Compliance Services office continuously assesses and demonstrates that The University of Texas at Austin meets the National Collegiate Athletic Association's definition of institutional control and adheres to applicable University policies and/or state and federal regulations. This includes, but is not limited to, evaluating and detecting infractions, monitoring, documenting, educating, and developing policies and procedures.
In accordance with office policy, coordinate and conduct office monitoring, education, and training initiatives related to NCAA bylaws 11 (personnel) and 13 (Recruiting) and provide administrative support for Texas Athletics risk management program and processes;
Maintain office policies and procedures and ensure they operate as outlined in assigned areas; research and respond to interpretive issues; prepare and conduct rules education initiatives in assigned areas; draft waivers for submission to the NCAA and/or Big 12 Conference; and draft/report violations to the Big 12 and/or NCAA.
Bachelor's Degree or other advanced degree. At least one year experience working with NCAA compliance issues in an athletics department, conference office, and/or NCAA national office. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills to perform at a high level of accomplishment. Demonstrates excellent written, verbal, interpersonal communication, and presentation skills. Excellent PC skills using standard office automation software (e.g. Microsoft Office). Working knowledge of NCAA and other athletics compliance-related software systems (e.g., NCAA CA/LSDBi, Front Rush/ARMS/Jump Forward). Upholds high ethical standards and core values, maintains integrity, has professional demeanor and understands professional boundaries. Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.
Master's Degree or other advanced degree. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills to perform at a high level of accomplishment.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: R_00007133
About The University of Texas at Austin, Intercollegiate Athletic Department
Texas Athletics creates an environment that is stimulating and rewarding. At Texas Athletics, we believe our success cannot be accomplished without the drive and devotion of our staff, student athletes and volunteers. We strive for excellence and accomplish it with you! Our mission is to prepare students to win with integrity - in academics, in athletics, and in life.