Associate Athletic Director, Compliance with UCLA - University of California Los Angeles, Intercollegiate Athletic Department in Los Angeles, CA

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The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is accepting applications for the position of Associate Athletic Director, Compliance. This is a career, full-time position with a targeted salary range of $100,000 - $115,000/year with full health benefits and membership in the UC Retirement Plan. The Associate Athletic Director, Compliance will coordinate and oversee all facets of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics (DIA) Compliance & Recruiting department.  The position has functional responsibility for developing the strategic vision for the Compliance program and will ensure the department and all of its 25 athletic programs are in compliance with all department, university, conference, state, and NCAA rules and regulations.  The Associate AD, Compliance shall assess the effectiveness of the program by developing and reviewing metrics of success and will make recommendations to the Director of Athletics and Senior Associate Athletic Director for long range programming, staffing, and budgeting based on requirements of the department, university, conference, and NCAA legislation. The various areas include department education, monitoring, investigations and other areas within the program that strengthen the athletic compliance effort.Position will inform and educate DIA personnel, student-athletes, university staff (including the financial aid office), student support groups, donors/boosters, former student-athletes, and the public regarding NCAA rules and regulations.  All aspects of recruiting, financial aid, academic eligibility will be administered.  Any non-compliance issues will be investigated and reported in a timely manner in conjunction with appropriate staff. The Associate AD, Compliance will oversee management of the Amateurism Program, Head Coach Responsibility Program, Booster Education Program and assist with the administration of the Drug Testing Program.  The position will evaluate compliance with admissions and eligibility criteria.  Many of the tasks will require collaboration with a variety of department and university staff, including the Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR).  Furthermore, this position will serve as the department’s administrative liaison in many areas in the department, on campus, within the Pac-12 Conference, and nationally through the NCAA in regards to compliance matters.
All applicants should demonstrate the following abilities and requirements:  The Associate Director must have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in intercollegiate athletics compliance and management; Comprehensive understanding of NCAA rules and regulations; Detailed knowledge of Pac-12, Experience of working at an Autonomy Five athletic department, conference office or NCAA  preferred; Experience of working at a large state university preferred; Bachelor’s degree is required, additional degree preferred as well; Must be skilled in managing and organizing personnel, equipment and material resources in order to provide the most efficient working environment; Knowledge of Title IX and Gender Equity policies and issues; Knowledge of and experience working with JumpForward, Teamworks and Compliance Assistant preferred; Be able to analyze situations and systems, identify problems and implement objective and fair solutions; Make decisions on immediate problems within prescribed scope of authority, based on knowledge of policies and procedures; Have skill in prioritizing tasks to reflect the importance of the job; Utilize skills in hiring and training employees to perform a variety of tasks; Possess the ability to communicate and collaborate with personnel in an understandable manner; Employ excellent writing, editing, and oral communication skills to communicate effectively at a variety of levels; Have the ability to synthesize complex information, including legal and financial information, for presentation in a clear and comprehensive manner; Work cooperatively with other university departments in a complex administrative environment; Ability to travel and attend competitions at night and on weekends when required.
Expressions of interest must be received by May 3, 2018.  All applicants must submit their cover letter, resume and references via the following website link:

Visit the website link and search by requisition # 27725.  

UCLA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

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