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Assistant Athletics Director for NCAA Compliance | Gardner-Webb University
Boiling Springs, North Carolina, Gardner-Webb University has an immediate opening for an Assistant Athletics Director for NCAA Compliance. Evaluation of potential candidates will begin upon the receipt of a letter of application and other appropriate information. Responsibilities include: Maintaining a comprehensive campus-wide educational program that encourages compliance with NCAA rules and regulations, oversee the certification of eligibility for all student-athletes, process and submit APR information, monitor the activities of the athletics department to insure NCAA compliance, serve as the institutional contact on all NCAA compliance and eligibility issues and other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Vice President for Athletics related to NCAA compliance. Salary commensurate with experience. The successful applicant must have a strong commitment to Christian higher education. Gardner-Webb University is a NCAA Division I institution. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, list of references, Statement of Faith, and any other pertinent information to Chuck Burch, Vice President for Athletics, Gardner-Webb University care of: firstname.lastname@example.org. Materials may also be mailed to: Chuck Burch, Vice President for Athletics, Gardner-Webb University, P. O. Box 877 Boiling Springs, NC 28017. Review of applicants will begin immediately. Bachelors degree required, Masters degree preferred, minimum of two years of experience in the areas of NCAA Division I Compliance including knowledge of appropriate NCAA regulations, interpreting bylaws, and filing NCAA related waivers to determine student-athlete eligibility. Computer applications relative to the operation of NCAA compliance office.
Vice President of Advancement & External Affairs | Friends of the Public Garden
Boston, Massachusetts, Vice President of Advancement & External Affairs Friends of the Public Garden seeks a Vice President of Advancement & External Affairs to drive an impressive philanthropic program through its next growth phase. About Friends of the Public Garden The Boston Common, Public Garden, and Commonwealth Avenue Mall have been an integral part of Boston's identity for generations, in many ways the souls of the City, sites of countless events, public gatherings and private moments, and serve the recreational and restorative needs of millions of people. The Friends envisions these public parks to be accessible to all, and through contributions to vigilant care and purposeful innovation, reflect the natural world and the rich history of the City and country. After 50 years of working together on a handshake, the Friends and the City of Boston signed a formal cooperation agreement to enhance the care of the Boston Common, Public Garden and Commonwealth Avenue Mall. The City and the Friends recognize that a seamless partnership is essential to renew and care for these nationally recognized parks in the heart of the City, for today and for future generations. In 2005, the Friends made the transition from a volunteer structure to an organization supported by a professional staff. In 2011, after more than forty years of inspiring leadership, the Friends founding President Henry Lee became President Emeritus, and Elizabeth (Liz) Vizza took over. Strategic Plan This is a pivotal time for the parks and the Friends. While much improved from their low point in the 1970s, these iconic parks deserve an even higher standard of excellence. Now is the time to lay out an ambitious vision to engage the growing parks community in stewardship and advocacy, to raise additional funds, and to partner with the City of Boston to further elevate the quality of care. During the previous planning process beginning in 2013, the Friends engaged a consultant who worked closely with a task force to interview over 40 stakeholders, collect and analyze research data, and solicit board, staff and stakeholder group input to collaboratively shape the Strategic Plan, 2014-2018. A new strategic planning process began late last year and has continued to evolve throughout 2020. Specific attention has been placed on creating a plan that reflects the impact of COVID-19 and social justice conversations happening at a public level, and addresses implications for access, use, and mission of Boston's communal greenspace. The primary goals of the new plan include: Building a diverse and inclusive organization Increasing public engagement with the Parks, our work and its impact Growing organizational capacity to support operational goals Innovating and utilizing the latest science to apply best practices in our care for all three Parks Executing on high profile projects, delivering excellence and elevating the brand Stewardship The Friends plays a vital role in the stewardship of these parks. They work closely with the Boston Parks and Recreation Department to provide and fund the best possible professional care of their irreplaceable collection of mature trees, sculpture, and fountains. They also act as advocates, speaking out for the protection of these parks against misuse and encroachment and educating the public about park issues. The 3,000 members come from more than 130 communities across Massachusetts and 28 states. About the Position The Vice President of Advancement & External Affairs is a new position at the Friends of the Public Garden. As noted above, this is a pivotal moment for the Friends as the organization gets ready to publicly launch its 50th Anniversary Campaign. The Friends has an opportunity to elevate its brand and fundraising program overall, which the Vice President will lead and oversee. The Vice President will serve as a thought partner to the President and, when appropriate, will stand in for her for events, public speaking engagements and more. During the first three months, the Vice President will be responsible for conducting a comprehensive assessment of the development and communications departments and presenting recommendations for enhanced strategic alignment, outreach and engagement and for growing membership and fundraising overall. They will work closely with both teams and the President to capitalize on the current momentum and help take the organization to a new level. Key Responsibilities Leadership and Staff Management · Collaborate with the President on all matters relating to fundraising, communications and external affairs · Work closely with the Board and Committees as needed · Serve as a spokesperson for the organization · Oversee and lead the Development and Communications team members, 4 in total Fundraising · In collaboration with the President and Development and Communications teams, set the fundraising strategy for growth for the organization and oversee its execution · Establish appropriate goals and plans to take fundraising to new heights · Lead and manage the 50th Anniversary Campaign effort · Staff the Campaign and Membership & Development Committees · Manage a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects External Relations · In collaboration with the President, the Development and Communications teams, and the external PR agency, set and implement the strategy for enhancing external relations, outreach and engagement, elevating the brand and growing membership · In collaboration with the President, attend external events and serve as an ambassador for the organization · Work with the President to build and grow relationships with the City of Boston and other elected officials · Oversee the creation of the overall messaging for the organization Key Qualifications · Passion for FOPG and ability to articulate the mission · 10+ years development experience, with at least 6 years in leadership roles, including campaign experience · Proven ability to build and sustain donor relationships, record of securing 6+-figure gifts · Prospect management and pipeline development expertise · 7+ years communications and/or external relations experience, including media experience · Expertise in and strong understanding of social media platforms · Strong staff management experience · Success partnering with senior leadership and volunteer leadership · Appreciation for and ability to work with multiple and diverse constituents · Innovative and strategic, with creative instinct · Highly collaborative · Excellent oral and written communication skills · Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed Equal Employment Opportunity The Friends is an equal employment opportunity employer. In accordance with applicable law, we prohibit harassment and discrimination based on race, color, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy or related medical conditions, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, transgendered status, or any other category protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Please email your cover letter and resume in confidence to: FOPG@developmentguild.com Suzanne J. Battit SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRINCIPAL Development Guild DDI https://www.developmentguild.com/current-searches/ Copyright ©2017 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-cdf21c16aa0d0d47ae0dcbedcd81aab1
Assistant Men's & Women's Track and Field Coach | Catawba College
Salisbury, North Carolina, Catawba College, a NCAA Division II Institution, member of the South Atlantic Conference, seeks applicants for the position of a Full-Time (10 month) Assistant Men's & Women's Track and Field Coach. The Assistant Coach reports to the Head Coach of Cross Country/Track and Field and is responsible for assisting with all aspects of the cross country and track & field programs. Summary of Responsibilities: -Assist with the administration and coaching of the cross country and track & field programs. -Plan and administer all aspects of the sprints, hurdles, jumps and relays. -Enhance the development of the student-athlete’s cross country and track & field skills through team practice and one-on-one instructions. -Assist with all aspects of the cross country and track & field programs recruiting process in order to maximize the roster size and attract quality student/athletes. -Assist with the scheduling of the cross country and track & field programs meets and practices. -Assist with the planning and organizing of team travel and meet preparation. -Assist with the daily preparation for practices. -Assist with the evaluation and selection of track and field equipment for the program. -Supervise work study students. -Promote a favorable image of the College. -Assist with fundraising for the cross country and track & field programs. -Assist with the management of team supplies and equipment. -Committed to College, Department of Athletics, SAC and NCAA rules and regulations. -Other duties as assigned. Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. Master's preferred. Prior experience in coaching track and field; Sprints, hurdles, relays and jumps coaching experience preferred. Experience recruiting prospective student-athletes preferred. Current knowledge of the rules and policies of the NCAA. A valid NC driver’s license. Willingness to travel and work nights and weekends as necessary. CPR/AED/First Aid Certification will be required within one month of starting. Please send all applications directly to email@example.com
Head Softball Coach | Miami University
Oxford, Ohio, To administer a Division I program in the sport of softball consistent with the policies of Miami University, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, and other appropriate governing bodies (i.e. Mid-American Conference). The Head Softball Coach will be responsible for facilitating the human development both academically and athletically, of every softball student-athlete. Additionally, this individual, will work closely with the Softball Sport Administrator and Athletic Director, to continually assess and elevate the program's status in the areas of academics, recruiting, budget tracking and reporting, equipment ordering, marketing/public relations, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, departmental compliance, alumni engagement, facility management. Specifically, this candidate will work toward the athletic department goal of graduating at a rate equal to or above the undergraduate cohort of Miami University. This position specifically supports the mission of the University and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics by assisting in institutional compliance with NCAA and Conference rules and regulations. Duties: 1. Responsible for developing and monitoring the academic and athletic progress of students through high graduation rates and championship success. 2. Plan, organize and direct all activities involved with a Division I program. 3. Develop, track, manage and be fiscally responsible for the sport budget. 4. Recruit qualified student-athletes of character who can developmentally thrive at Miami University. 5. Plan and administer practice to promote holistic skill development of athletes that serves them not only athletically but in future endeavors outside athletics. 6. Hire, supervise and mentor assistant coaches. 7. Purchase and coordinate sport equipment along with assigned Equipment Manager. 8. Process initial and renewable financial aid recommendations as appropriate for the softball program. 9. Coordinate admission process for incoming student-athletes. 10. Review and update all NCAA squad lists. 11. Represent the softball program to outside constituencies (media). 12. Conduct the softball program in accordance with all NCAA rules, including attendance at compliance meetings, appropriate record keeping for recruiting and playing/practice seasons, monitoring eligibility of student-athletes in the program, successfully completing the annual NCAA Certification test, and assisting in the education of student-athletes about NCAA rules. 13. Participate in departmental activities, including service on committees and attendance at all scheduled meetings and events. 14. Participate in activities as requested by the Miami Athletic Fund/Athletic Development Office. 15. Perform other duties as assigned by the athletic administration. 16. Identify and provide an annual outreach opportunity for student-athletes in the softball program. 17. Work with the Academic support staff to monitor the academic progress of all student-athletes. 18. Work with the Human Performance staff to develop a program suitable for student-athletes. 19. Work alongside Wellness Services personnel to ensure the physical and mental health of all student-athletes is being monitored. 20. Engage the Miami Softball alumni across the country through a systematic stewardship process along with the help of the Sports Administrator and University Advancement Office. *Miami University, an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, encourages applications from minorities, women, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Miami University prohibits harassment, discrimination and retaliation on the basis of age (40 years or older), color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, military status, national origin (ancestry), pregnancy, race, religion, sex/gender, status as a parent or foster parent, sexual orientation, or protected veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, facilities, programs or employment practices. Requests for reasonable accommodations for disabilities related to employment should be directed to ADAFacultyStaff@miamioh.edu or 513-529-3560. As part of the University’s commitment to maintaining a healthy and safe living, learning, and working environment, we encourage you to read Miami University’s Annual Security & Fire Safety Report at: http://www.MiamiOH.edu/campus-safety/annual-report/index.html, which contains information about campus safety, crime statistics, and our drug and alcohol abuse and prevention program designed to prevent the unlawful possession, use, and distribution of drugs and alcohol on campus and at university events and activities. This report also contains information on programs and policies designed to prevent and address sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Each year, email notification of this website is made to all faculty, staff, and enrolled students. Written notification is also provided to prospective students and employees. Hard copies of the Annual Security & Fire Safety Report may be obtained from the Miami University Police Department at (513) 529-2223.* Minimum: 1.Bachelor's Degree 2.Knowledge of NCAA rules and policies 3.Experience in teaching Softball skills, recruiting and coaching 4.Strong interpersonal skills in dealing with prospective student-athletes, current student-athletes, staff and University personnel 5.Having the ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds and promote an inclusive team environment. 6.Strong organizational skills to manage and lead an athletic program Preferred: 1.Master's Degree 2.Network of contacts in primary recruiting areas 3.Division I coaching experience 4.Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach/Lecturer | Shepherd University
Shepherdstown, West Virginia, Shepherd University has an immediate opening for an assistant coach for its Division II Women's Basketball program. This is a full-time 9 month position with State benefits from mid-August to mid-May. The applicant will assist with all facets of the women's basketball program as assigned by the Head Coach including student-athlete recruitment, scouting, academic monitoring of players, game and practice planning, fundraising, and on-the-court coaching. As a Lecturer, the applicant will be responsible for teaching six credit hours/semester of coursework in Shepherd's Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sports Department and will serve on committees, assist with accreditation processes and programmatic review. This position is split 50% basketball coaching and 50% teaching. Requirements include a master's degree in a field in Health, Physical Education, Recreation or a related field and a valid driver's license. Previous college playing, college coaching and college teaching experience is strongly preferred. Computer experience with Microsoft programs, and Front Rush and Digital Sports Video software is preferred.
Academic Coordinator | Gonzaga University
Spokane, Washington, The Academic Coordinator oversees the daily operations and functions of the Academic Support Programs for assigned athletic teams and other assigned student-athletes. Assists the Director of Academic Support Services to administer developmental and support programming for all student-athletes. This position will develop and maintain strong communication with supervisor, peers, internal and external constituents, coaches, administrators, faculty, and the Faculty Athletics Representative. For position details and application information, please follow the application link included in the posting. Position is open until filled with application review to begin on 8/17/2020. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree 1-3 years of professional work experience in academic advising or instruction at university level Demonstrated ability to motivate and work effectively with a diverse group of student-athletes and work effectively with a diverse staff Excellent interpersonal, organization and problem solving skills and an ability to communicate with numerous University constituencies in an effective manner to clearly explain options and solutions Demonstrated ability to operate with a high level of confidentiality and discretion. Ability to: Work in a time sensitive, team-oriented, collaborative environment with irregular hours, including nights and weekends; Problem solve, think creatively and organize; Have a sense of urgency and work well under pressure; exercise good judgement, flexibility, and sensitivity in response to changing situations and needs. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 3-5 years professional work experience in academic advising or instruction at university level. Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations. Experience with NCAA Compliance Assistant internet database. Experience with BANNER student records system. Experience with GradesFirst student monitoring system. Familiarity with Gonzaga University catalog, academic requirements, and policies and procedures.
Head Coach, Women's Tennis | Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri, The Head Coach, Women’s Tennis will hold a full-time, 10-month appointment in the Department of Athletics and will report directly to the Sr. Associate Director of Athletics, with regular and unlimited access to the Director of Athletics. The coach will manage the daily operations of an NCAA Division III intercollegiate women’s tennis program competing in the University Athletic Association (“UAA”), with responsibilities including, but not limited to, the supervision of any assistant coaches and the planning, recruiting, coaching, developing, implementing, and administering of the women’s tennis program to meet university and department objectives. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Administer all elements of a Division III sports program, including developing team policies and procedures; scheduling contests and planning for home and away competition; demonstrating fiscal responsibility and budget oversight; promoting a team culture conducive to academic and athletic excellence; assisting, as needed, with fundraising strategies and events; outreaching to alumni and other members of the Washington University community; encouraging team members to participate in community service; and attending department, university, conference, and NCAA meetings. 2. Coach the team, including developing in team members the skills necessary for successful competition in the sport; recruiting, hiring, developing, and overseeing a staff of assistant coaches; devising and implementing strategy for practice and competition; defining team and individual goals; and demonstrating positive sportsmanship and leadership. 3. Coordinate the recruitment of prospective students to Washington University, requiring the identification of academically qualified prospective student athletes, ongoing communication with prospects, initiation of applications and matriculation of prospects. 4. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director and Sr. Associate Director of Athletics. Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. All external candidates receiving an offer for employment will be required to submit to pre-employment screening for this position. Current employees applying for a new position within the university may be subject to this requirement. The screenings will include a criminal background check and, as applicable for the position, other background checks, drug screen, employment and education or licensure/certification verification, physical examination, certain vaccinations and/or governmental registry checks. All offers are contingent upon successful completion of required screening. Required Qualifications Bachelor’s degree. Previous experience playing tennis at the collegiate and/or professional level. An understanding of, and commitment to, the NCAA Division III philosophy. Preferred Qualifications Master’s degree. Experience teaching the game of tennis, as either a coach or a teaching professional. Recruiting experience. Ability to recruit, coach and teach highly talented student-athletes. Effective communicative and public relation skills. Strong organizational and administrative skills. Competent knowledge of sport specific techniques, skill development and game/meet planning. An understanding of how to build and manage a team. The ability to understand and articulate program needs. Demonstrated competency in helping to meet program objectives, working independently, supervising others, and helping to establish program priorities. An ability to communicate with and interact positively with students, faculty, staff and the broader University community. Knowledge in the operational use of computer and video technology. The ability to develop a safe, functional, and inclusive working environment. An appreciation of and a willingness to adhere to the NCAA Division III philosophy, rules, and regulations.
Sports Performance Assistant (Olympic Sports) – Internship Position | The University of Connecticut
Storrs, Connecticut, University of Connecticut Division of Athletics The University of Connecticut is currently accepting applications for the Sports Performance Assistant (Olympic Sports) - internship position. The internship will provide an intensive practical and educational opportunity to help prepare young professionals for a career in sports performance training. Candidates will have a dedicated team(s) assignment which will provide mentored experience in scientific and research-based training of Division I varsity student-athletes. Responsibilities: Work as a Sports Performance Assistant (Olympic Sports) under the supervision of staff strength coaches in providing training programs and coverage to Division I student-athletes in the Division of Athletics. Date of Service: The tentative starting date is August 24, 2020. This is a 12-month position. Following administrative review, the position may be renewed for a second term. Benefits: The annual stipend is $26,640. Your temporary appointment may afford you the opportunity to purchase optional State employee health insurance at group rates. You will find specific information, rates and forms on the Human Resources website https://hr.uconn.edu/health-insurance-for-adjuncts-and-temporary-employees/. As you consider this option, you should be aware that you have 31 days from the commencement of your employment to enroll in medical and/or dental insurance. For further information, contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 486-3034. Contact Person: Joel DeMarco, Senior Associate Director Olympic Sports Performance. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field, NSCA-CSCS Certification, Current CPR & First Aid. Preferred Qualifications: Previous coaching experience at the collegiate level. Application Procedure: Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and 3 references to: email@example.com (subject line should read Sports Performance Assistant (Olympic)). Screening of applicants will begin immediately. Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check. Applications will not be accepted electronically through other sites. Questions about the position should be directed to Joel DeMarco, Senior Associate Director Olympic Sports Performance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Assistant Coach - Women's Soccer | Carthage College Athletic Department
Kenosha, Wisconsin, Carthage College, a member of the NCAA DIII and the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin, seeks a graduate assistant to work in conjunction with the Head Women's Soccer Coach in all aspects related to the operation of the Women's Soccer program. The graduate assistant must successfully enroll as a full-time graduate student in a qualifying program. Responsibilities include effectively recruiting and retaining qualified student-athletes; and assisting with all aspects of coaching, planning, and day-to-day office operations and administrative tasks, including team practice, individual player evaluation and development, scouting, developing game plans, and travel to competitions. Additional responsibilities are included, as assigned by the head coach or athletic administration. The preferred candidate will have demonstrated success and knowledge in playing Women's Soccer at the collegiate level; recruiting; strong knowledge of NCAA rules; and excellent communication and organizational skills. Applicants will be working with various departments on campus including, but not limited to: admissions, facilities, development, academic advising, and student affairs. This position, available beginning Fall 2020, will require weekend and evening work, including team travel. Compensation for this position will be offered as tuition remission and a competitive stipend. The successful candidate may be subject to a background check and driving records check as a condition of employment. Applications Interested applicants should send their cover letter, resume, and at least three (3) professional references to email@example.com, with the subject title: 2020 Carthage GA Women's Soccer Coach Application. *This position's compensation is subject to change, and may be dependent on Carthage College remaining open for in-person attendance throughout the academic year, and the Women's Soccer season occurring.*
Assistant Coach Cross Country & Track (WSF VanDerveer Fellow) | Loyola University Maryland
Baltimore, MD, USA, Loyola is in search of an Assistant Coach for Track and Cross Country. Visit careers.loyola.edu for more information and to apply. PI122358235
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