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Assistant Director of High School Review

NCAA | Indianapolis IN 46202 USA | Full Time - 12 Month | Revised: 03/13/2013

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Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  1. New School Review. 
    1. Review high schools wishing to establish a list of NCAA courses to be used in the NCAA initial-eligibility process, in accordance with NCAA legislation and established policies and procedures.
    2. Ensure that high schools are identified for review in a timely and accurate manner.  
    3. Assist with the development and implementation of new school registration and associated technology initiatives.
    4. Assist with development of metrics and reporting tools that help measure and streamline the new school process.
    5. Prepare and present appeal case materials when necessary for review by the NCAA High School Review Committee.
    6. Develop and maintain an extensive knowledge of educational trends in the secondary school environment.
    7. Coordinate with customer service staff regarding best practices for handling escalated cases.
    8. Coordinate with academic certification staff to develop strategies that strengthen existing and new processes.

 

  1. Nontraditional Program Review.       
    1. Review information provided by the school or program to determine whether the program is compliant with NCAA nontraditional course legislation.
    2. Collaborate with other members of the staff regarding the outcome of the review.
    3. Prepare and present appeal case materials when necessary for review by the NCAA High School Review Committee.
    4. Assist in the further development of policies, procedures and metrics regarding the review process.
    5. Serve as a resource to the high school review team, the Eligibility Center and the Association.

 

  1. Reviews and Investigations.
    1. Assist a team of administrators across departments in the evaluation of complex case reviews involving schools, programs and individuals.
    2. Assist with site visits and interviews of schools and programs when appropriate.
    3. Assist in the gathering and analysis of documentation for schools and programs.

 

  1. Education/Outreach
    1. Assist with the management and maintenance of relationships with state departments of education, regional accrediting agencies, high school athletic associations, coaching organizations and other relevant entities in the high school review process.
    2. Represent the Eligibility Center through participation as a presenter at various departmental, Association, conference and professional organizations' seminars, workshops and meetings.

 

  1. Other duties as assigned.

 

Preferred Qualifications and Minimum Requirements:

 

  1. Bachelor’s degree required; master or advanced/professional degree(s) preferred.
  2. Three to five years secondary school experience (e.g., teacher, counselor, administrator) preferred.
  3. Detailed knowledge of secondary school educational trends desired.
  4. Ability to analyze and process a large volume of complex case documents quickly, efficiently and accurately.
  5. Experience in secondary school or intercollegiate athletics, either as a student-athlete or an administrator is strongly recommended.   Experience and knowledge regarding NCAA academic matters is preferred.
  6. Strong verbal and written communication skills required.
  7. Strong organizational and analytical skills with keen attention to detail required.
  8. Ability to work independently and manage various job assignments required.
  9. Database knowledge and fluency required.  Extensive expertise with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word required.

 

Principal Contacts:

 

  1. Secondary school administrators (including superintendents, principals, athletic directors, counselors, teachers, coaches).
  2. Member institution and conference administrators (including directors of athletics, senior woman administrators, faculty athletics representatives, compliance coordinators and coaches).
  3. Other secondary-school contacts (including state departments of education, regional accrediting agencies, athletic associations and other relevant entities).
  4. Other NCAA staff members from all departments, including but not limited to enforcement, legal, reinstatement and academic and membership affairs.

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Location Indianapolis, IN, United States
Categories Law/Policy
Organization Type Non-profit Organization
Grade Level High School, College/University
Experience Years 3 yrs

Location Maptop

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