Position: Coordinator of High School Review, NCAA Eligibility Center.
Duties and Responsibilities :
Evaluate course descriptions, course outlines/syllabi, and state curriculum standards for courses in all subject areas pursuant to legislative requirements, following policies and procedures set forth for core-course review.
Perform data entry necessary to process core-course decisions.
Communicate with members of the Eligibility Center high school review staff to ensure the decisions reached are reflected in the high school’s record in a timely and efficient manner.
Communicate with secondary schools to obtain information necessary to evaluate the core course or curriculum issue.
Track educational and curriculum trends identified through the review of materials and communicate those trends with members of the high school review staff.
Process information related to weighted grading policies and numeric grading scales.
Prepare correspondence in response to questions from secondary school administrators and NCAA member institutions, consistent with NCAA writing style.
Maintain security of confidential documents, information and database.
Maintain cooperative relationships with Eligibility Center staff, NCAA staff and customers.
Complete miscellaneous tasks and serve on various project teams as assigned.
Preferred Qualifications and Minimum Requirements :
Bachelor’s degree required.
One to two years related experience preferred.
Knowledge of secondary-school curriculum and educational trends including online and virtual education required.
Strong computer knowledge and skills, including word processing experience and knowledge of database operations.
Working knowledge of NCAA initial-eligibility rules, particularly core-course legislation and familiarity with higher-education administration desired.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong analytical skills.
Experience in intercollegiate athletics, either as a student-athlete or an administrator is preferred.
Principal Contacts :
High school administrators (including: principals, athletics directors and guidance counselors).
Representatives from various groups within the national office.
Representatives from various outside entities including national secondary-school agencies, high school athletics associations and coaching associations.
National Collegiate Athletic Association - 9 months ago