The University of Pittsburgh's Athletics Administration Department is seeking a Compliance Coordinator. This individual reports to the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and will work with various aspects of the compliance program. The Compliance Coordinator will assist with the day-to-day operations of the Compliance Office and will help ensure that the University's 19 varsity sports are in compliance with NCAA, ACC, and institutional regulations. The primary responsibilities of the Compliance Coordinator include, but are not limited to, the following duties: - Management of compliance team rosters, maintenance, and use of student-athlete compliance databases (JumpForward and Teamworks) - Generating reports (as needed) from the above databases - Administration of student-athlete, coach, and staff compliance forms, and monitoring of student-athlete awards and extra benefits. - Reviewing the permissibility of Athletic Department donation requests - Monitoring playing and practice seasons (including all countable and required student-athlete activities) - Reviewing student-athlete employment and promotional activities - Securing travel arrangements - Tracking and coordinating record storage - Completing the required University forms - Reviewing camps to ensure compliance with NCAA legislation - Assisting with rules, conducting education meetings, and recruiting-related audits/reviews In collaboration with the Ticket Office, the Compliance Coordinator will monitor complimentary admissions for prospective student-athletes, high school and club coaches, and guests of current student-athletes. The individual will also be responsible for various administrative duties within the Compliance Office.
Previous experience working in an Athletic Department compliance office is preferred. An advanced degree as well as experience with the JumpForward and Teamworks software programs is also preferred. The employee must be able to communicate effectively (both verbally and in writing) to various constituents, have demonstrated a commitment to high ethical standards, and possess strong organizational skills. It is expected the incumbent will have the ability to take initiative, effectively complete time-sensitive matters, multi-task under minimal supervision, work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, and manage stressful situations.