Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Athletics Posted On: Thu Jul 18 2019 Job Description:
Budget title: Division I Assistant Athletic Director (SL-4)
Salary: Commensurate with experience
The Student-Athlete Success Center in the department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Binghamton University invites applications to fill the position of Assistant Athletic Director, Student Athlete Support and Development. This position reports to the Associate Director of Athletics-Student Services and NCAA Compliance. The selected candidate will manage all aspects of academic support for student-athletes on assigned teams, with a primary focus on men's and women's basketball, keep consistent and open communication with coaches and staff, and will have a thorough understanding of NCAA rules and regulations. The selected candidate will also work with student-athletes requiring individualized support and academic skill development, as well as perform other duties related to student-athlete development and associated responsibilities.
Duties and responsibilities:
Provide academic advisement, academic skill development and design individualized academic success plans for assigned sport programs and at-risk student-athletes. The primary function of this position is centered around academic support for the men's and women's basketball programs and another sport program as assigned, in addition to other selected academic support assignments for student-athletes.
Assist in the management of the tutoring and mentoring program, including direct oversight of all athletics department tutors and mentors. Execute weekly, monthly, and annual reporting responsibilities as required.
Monitor student-athlete NCAA academic eligibility and progress towards degree requirements;
Educate student-athletes on rules of eligibility and personal responsibility. Serve as a mentor to new student-athletes; schedule regular appointments and assist with developing daily and weekly academic objectives;
Communicate with coaches and administrators of assigned teams through scheduled academic meetings and share detailed information (including appropriate intervention) regarding the ongoing academic progress of assigned student-athletes. Utilize standard reports to communicate student athlete progress to appropriate constituents;
Assist with the recruitment process during prospective student-athlete visits to campus for assigned sport programs and other prospective student-athletes as needed;
Maintain regular communication with campus officials and administrators related to student-athlete academic matters. Make recommendations regarding improvement of programs and services.
Become familiar with various University software programs; Banner, Student Records, Starfish, JumpForward, etc. Assist the supervisor in the delivery of services to student-athletes.
Position requires a Bachelor's degree and three (3) years of professional work experience in a student services/academic advisement setting on a college campus. Work experience that demonstrates genuine concern and interest for the welfare of student-athletes and the ability to work with a diverse student population. Experience with NCAA Division I eligibility requirements and NCAA rules compliance.
Minimum three (3) years of experience working in a related area such as advising, tutoring, teaching, or academic counseling. Demonstrated work experience in learning assessment and developing and implementing individual academic success plans. Demonstrated success in developing and teaching learning strategies and study skills.
A Master's degree in a related field and three (3) years of professional work experience in a student services setting within a Division I Intercollegiate Athletics department. Experience working with academically under-prepared students, specifically student-athletes at the Division I level, with time management, organizational strategies, self-assessment, goal setting, and overall tracking of academic progress as a focus. Excellent interpersonal, decision-making, problem solving and teamwork skills in an academic setting. Demonstrates the ability to work with students, coaches, and administrators in a broad range of situations.
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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