ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES, External Operations
Location: BOSTON, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 22500073910331
The Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Academic Support Services will serve as a member of the departments senior staff and as the Student-Athlete Academic Support Services director, overseeing all aspects of the academic center including, but not limited to, academic planning support, initial eligibility, tutoring, study hall, and monitoring the progress of all 24 intercollegiate athletic programs.
Collaborate with the Director of the Bloom Family Leadership Initiative on student-athlete awards, summer bridge programming, career development and post-graduate opportunities.
Assist the Senior Associate Director of Athletics with strategic planning of academic support and resources.
Serve as the liaison to various University departments, and as a representative on internal and external committees in relevant areas as assigned.
Maintain knowledge of all NCAA rules and regulations related to academic support and eligibility.
Serve as liaison to schools and colleges for NCAA eligibility certification.
Prepare and submit all internal and external reports and publications related to academics and student-athlete academic support services, including APR and GSR.
Master's degree or equivalent educational experience required
8+ years of full-time professional experience in an academic support office in intercollegiate athletics department or related area of higher education administration (e.g. student affairs, counseling) with 5+ years of management experience
Knowledge and adherence of NCAA, Patriot League and Hockey East rules and regulations
Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication and strong presentation skills with the ability to present clear and accurate information
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