Associate Athletic Director for NCAA Compliance

Saint Michael's College
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Location: Chittenden County,
About the Job

Applications are invited for the position of Associate Athletic Director for NCAA Compliance at Saint Michael’s College, a private, Catholic Liberal Arts and Sciences College located in the greater Burlington area of Vermont. Saint Michael’s is an NCAA Division II institution sponsoring 21 varsity sports and is a proud member of the Northeast-10 Conference. This is a full-time (12 month) position with benefits. 


The successful applicant will manage all aspects of a comprehensive NCAA (and related conferences) Division II compliance program, to include initial and continuing eligibility processing for over 450 student-athletes, and monitoring and educating students, coaches, and staff.  A key member of the department’s administrative team, this person will also have some varsity sport supervision responsibilities. 


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Serving as College’s Administrator for all NCAA DII Compliance 
  • Providing support and supervision for seven varsity programs 
  • Managing rosters of all varsity programs using Compliance Assistant and ARMS software 
  • Providing comprehensive monitoring program to ensure student-athletes, staff, and community members adhere to NCAA rules 
  • Generating all NCAA and NE10 Compliance-related reporting (GSR/ASR, Sports Sponsorship and Demographics, etc.) 
  • Serving as Athletic Department Liaison to Admissions, Student Financial Services, Registrar, and Academic Affairs 


This position will require regular work hours, as well as some evenings, weekends, and during some College holiday periods during the academic year. 


For a full job description, please click here. 


Our lived experience impacts how we self-assess our skills, experience, and qualifications. In particular, data and statistics have shown that candidates who are BIPOC, LGBTQ+, women, people from working-class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and others with minoritized and marginalized identities may not apply to jobs when they do not believe they meet 100% of the requirements and expected responsibilities listed in the job descriptions. Some responsibilities and skills are teachable and can be learned on the job. If you can imagine yourself in this position, bringing value to our students and community and meeting most of what we are looking for, please apply. 


Benefits include health, dental, vision, employer-paid life and disability insurance, voluntary life, critical illness and accident insurance options, parental leave, flexible spending accounts (healthcare and dependent care), 401(k), generous paid time off, paid holidays, employee and dependent tuition benefits, employee and family assistance program, well-being programs and opportunities, discounted gym membership, paid volunteer time, use of the athletic facilities and the library, and countless opportunities to attend presentations, lectures, and other campus activities.



Applicants should have the following: 

  • Bachelor’s degree; a Master’s degree is preferred 
  • Previous experience with NCAA Compliance rules and regulations required. At least three years of direct experience working in NCAA compliance, preferably at the NCAA Division II or I level, is preferred 
  • Outstanding organizational, management, and communication skills are essential, as is the ability to work effectively with a wide variety of constituents 
  • Valid driver’s license and must be able to successfully pass driving record check. For criteria please see the Driver Acceptability Matrix 


An offer of employment will be contingent upon the successful completion of a driving record and background check. 


Application Instructions: 

Please be prepared to attach the following documents after clicking on Apply Now button: 

  • Resume 
  • A cover letter including a statement reflecting on work with student-athletes and how your skills and experiences would contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts at Saint Michael’s. Saint Michael’s College is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and every member of the Athletics Department has an important role to play in that commitment 


For full consideration, please submit application materials by July 19, 2024. The position remains open until filled. 

Employer's Approach to Diversity, Equity, & Belonging

Saint Michael's College delivers a world-class education in a beautiful Vermont setting. Our close community allows students to form strong and enduring relationships with one another and with accomplished faculty and staff, providing an ideal learning environment where they have the space and support to challenge themselves and their peers. A fully residential college located minutes from Burlington, Saint Michael's offers an unparalleled mix of academic, spiritual, cultural, service, and wilderness experiences.

Saint Michael's is among the elite ranks of only 286 colleges and universities nationwide allowed to host a Phi Beta Kappa national honor society chapter on campus and is ranked 3rd in Best Colleges in Vermont by Niche, a popular college ranking website. In 2022, Saint Michael’s was once again named by The Princeton Review as one of the Best 388 Colleges, one of the Best Green Colleges, and one of the Best Northeastern Colleges. Situated next to Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains, nearby Burlington, Vermont, consistently ranks as one of the best places in America to live. This includes America's 10 Great Places to Live (Kiplinger's), Top 10 Cities for Outdoor Recreation (Outside Magazine), Top 10 Small Cities for State of Well-Being (Gallup-Healthways), Top 10 Tech Hubs in the U.S. (Forbes), Top 5 Healthiest Places for Women in America (Self Magazine), Top 10 Greenest Cities in America, and Top Public Square in America (USA Today). It was also recently named a “climate haven” and ranked in the 10 Best Places in America to Live for Climate Resilience.

At the heart of our Edmundite Catholic mission is a belief that experiencing new perspectives, cultures, traditions, and ideas helps us become fuller, more compassionate people. As a Catholic higher education institution with a social justice mission, we are called to be even more intentionally inclusive, celebrating the complexity and individuality that each person brings to our community. Each of us at Saint Michael's carries an obligation to ensure all students, faculty, and staff encounter a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive environment.

Building a culture of inclusion is an ongoing and evolving journey. We are continually striving to ensure our processes, policies, and behaviors support and encourage diversity, meeting the needs of all individuals, especially those from historically underrepresented and marginalized groups. Saint Michael's College's vision of inclusion and diversity embraces not only racial and ethnic identities but also gender, age, religion, language, ability/disability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, military service, geographic origin, and first-generation/multi-generation college experiences.

Saint Michael's College is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity, in compliance with applicable provisions of state and federal law that prohibit discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, sex (including pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions), gender, gender identity, age, ancestry, national origin, place of birth, citizenship status, ethnicity, religion, creed, sexual orientation, gender expression, veteran or current or prospective military service status, HIV-positive test result status, genetic information, physical or mental disability, crime victim status, or any other legally protected characteristic, as such characteristics and prohibitions are defined by applicable law. The College will not rely inappropriately on such characteristics, or upon related stereotypes or biases, in making employment-related decisions. Also, unless doing so would result in an undue hardship or otherwise would not be required by applicable law, the College will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities, as well as any employee who is limited in their ability to perform the functions of their job because of pregnancy, childbirth or a medical condition related to pregnancy or childbirth.

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