Assistant Director Compliance Job Description

Assistant Director Compliance Job Description

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Assistant director compliance provides full compliance with all applicable State, NCAA, Big Sky, Federal (e.g., Title IX), and University rules and regulations.

Assistant Director Compliance Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Directs compliance with federal, state, and or other regulatory requirements in an effort to build sound business practices, policies and procedures
Develop and implement policies and procedures related to monitoring recruiting activities, including contacts and evaluations, official and unofficial visits, recruiting services
Independently works with business partners to develop, document and maintain solutions, communications and policies and procedures necessary to implement laws, mitigate risk and ensure consistent, sound, compliant business practices
Advise senior management of deficiencies in compliance systems or violations of federal, state, or self-regulatory requirements
Hire, supervise, direct, and evaluate Compliance Coordinator, Graduate Assistant and Intern
Oversee planning for, and execution of, all home athletic events to include interface with VMI offices and external constituents
Work as department administrator for athletic camps, clinics and special events
Approve the BSA / AML and OFAC Reporting (in the absence of the Director of Branch BSA Compliance)
Coordinate complimentary admission program for prospects and high school coaches
Maintain interpretations database

Assistant Director Compliance Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Assistant Director Compliance

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: NCAA, APR, CPR, AED, NC, IX, CMMC, SSP, CSAT, MSN

Education for Assistant Director Compliance

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the assistant director compliance job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Education, Athletics, Law, Communication, Athletic, Computer, Faculty, Administration, Oral Communication, Graduate

Skills for Assistant Director Compliance

Desired skills for assistant director compliance include:

Program activity and best practices
Academic programs
Applicable compliance and legal issues
Department operations
Experience with student financial aid programs
Intercollegiate athletic programs
NCAA Rules and Regulations regarding compliance issues
Various company products and services

Desired experience for assistant director compliance includes:

Must be proficient in the use of basic computer applications (excel, word, Eudora, Filemaker, etc)
The position requires a person to pay close attention to detail and be comfortable with using various computer programs
Must be ethical
Effective computer skills Excellent written and oral communication skills
Familiarity with a recruiting software, preferably Jump Forward
Juris Doctorate and/or Master's Degree

Assistant Director Compliance Examples


Assistant Director Compliance Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of assistant director compliance. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for assistant director compliance
  • Play a vital role the departmental “CARA Monitoring Program” and associated initiatives
  • Assist with departmental “Team Leader Monitoring Program”
  • Coordinate and Monitor all Countable Athletically Related Activities logs inside the “ACS” online system
  • Monitor and approve all declaration of season forms
  • Coordinate and monitor all agent registration
  • Monitor and coordinate institutional camp approvals
  • Monitor and coordinate coach/SA involvement in non-institutional camps
  • Assist with providing NCAA and PAC-12 rules interpretations
  • Assist with research and preparation of NCAA SLR waivers as deemed applicable
  • Assist with rules education program as assigned
Qualifications for assistant director compliance
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Publisher
  • Assist with fiscal monitoring of Compliance Services budget and budgetary decisions
  • Prepare and present training and educational materials to coaches, student-athletes and staff
  • Work cooperatively with Athletics Department coaches, staff and student-athletes to monitor and manage all aspects of recruiting (Bylaw 13)
  • Coordinate and monitor all recruit complementary admissions
  • Coordinate and monitor varsity athlete pass lists for events

Assistant Director Compliance Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for an assistant director compliance. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for assistant director compliance
  • Contributes to professional/medical literature, conducts research, presents at state/national meetings, and actively participates in professional pharmacy and medical organizations
  • Oversee athletics compliance to ensure the University’s continued compliance with the NAIA and conference rules and regulations
  • Serves as the lead department administrator for all compliance and academic support programming
  • Supervise the Assistant Director of Athletics for Academic Services & Compliance
  • Provide leadership on all compliance matters, systems and operations
  • Develop, in conjunction with the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, the unit financial plan, summer school and 5th year grant-in-aid budget
  • Oversee all aspects of Academic Progress Rate data input, reporting and strategic planning
  • Design and administer community service projects for cadet athletes and sports programs
  • Serve as administrative liaison to Keydet Advisory Representatives (SAAC) and oversee organization
  • Support event operation and facility management efforts for department
Qualifications for assistant director compliance
  • Thorough knowledge of NAIA, WHAC, and ACHA rules and intercollegiate athletics
  • Must be able to successfully complete a background check
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, law or related field preferred
  • Strong interest in intercollegiate athletics, student-athletes and related issues
  • High degree of integrity and credibility
  • A maturing and contagious Christian faith

Assistant Director Compliance Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of assistant director compliance. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for assistant director compliance
  • Oversee the academic certification of cadet athletes through the use of Compliance Assistant and the Eligibility Checklist (satisfactory progress toward degree certification) and any other software programs
  • Provide rules interpretations and promote atmosphere of compliance for department
  • Responsible for sport supervision for selected intercollegiate programs
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
  • Participates in the design and implementation of internal compliance testing and audits
  • Partners with the Law Department on regulatory research and establishes regulatory compliance standards, in an effort to promote awareness and relevance to business leaders, compliance colleagues and staff throughout the various lines of business
  • Regularly monitors and analyzes compliance related metrics and performs all duties associated with reporting
  • Provide daily eligibility report to coaches and support staff
  • Approve and monitor official visits and unofficial visits
  • Monitor playing and practice seasons
Qualifications for assistant director compliance
  • Knowledge of and the willingness to actively support the Christian mission of the University and accept the life-style standards of the Christian Community
  • Master's degree or Juris Doctorate is preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree – preference for Master’s degree or CPA
  • At least 3 years – preferably 5 years – of accounting or financial management in gift accounting
  • Exceptional organizational, management, accounting, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated ability to think flexibly and possession of high level of energy, creativity, and initiative

Assistant Director Compliance Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for an assistant director compliance. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for assistant director compliance
  • Conduct appropriate securities, insurance and other compliance related training to members of the company's distribution systems through Continuing Education, face-to-face compliance meetings, and new personnel training (for new Supervising Registered Representatives, Registered Representatives, Investment Adviser Representatives and Office Managers) to ensure understanding of state and federal laws and regulations, company policies and procedures
  • Assist the CCO and business unit leaders with ongoing risk assessment to ensure all risks have been identified and responsive policies and procedures have been developed and implemented to mitigate risks to the extent reasonably practicable
  • Design and implement a written supervisory manual for the BD and RIA that is responsive to corporate needs, regulatory requirements, to ensure the documentation of acceptable business practices and procedures
  • Conduct reviews and approvals of requests for meetings with HCPs and payments to HCPs and HCOs to ensure compliance, alignment and consistency with internal and external guidelines, policies and procedures
  • Audit and oversee the athletics department recruiting program
  • Process all NCAA waivers and violations
  • Issue National Letter of Intent and Grant-in-Aid scholarship letters
  • Conduct initial eligibility evaluations on all recruited prospective student-athletes to ensure adherence to NCAA standards
  • Oversee all aspects of recruiting
  • Oversee approval process for camps and clinics
Qualifications for assistant director compliance
  • Strong communication skills with demonstrated record of being a leader and spokesperson both internally and externally, and ability to articulate a clear vision for the program
  • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with faculty, staff, administrators, and donors
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills in computerized financial software
  • Demonstrated understanding of gift accounting and administration
  • Strong oral and written skills, with ability to explain complex accounting concepts to non-accountants and non-financial audience
  • Two to three years of experience providing academic advising and counseling to intercollegiate student-athletes is required

Assistant Director Compliance Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking to fill the role of assistant director compliance. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for assistant director compliance
  • Produce, send and ensure receipt of transfer release and permission to contact letters
  • Monitor and approve prospective student-athlete ticket requests
  • Prepare, organize, and administer a comprehensive NCAA rules education program for athletics staff, student-athletes, boosters/alumni and staff outside of athletics
  • Provide NCAA and Big East rules interpretations for coaches, student-athletes, athletic department staff, constituency groups, boosters, and the Villanova community
  • Review and approve all activities involving student-athletes and promotional activities, employment, and other requests
  • Review and monitor Athletic Development, Athletic Communication and Marketing activities to ensure consistent compliance
  • Serve as the Athletics Compliance Office lead for all sports in the areas of NCAA Bylaws 12 (Amateurism and Athletics Eligibility) & 16 (Awards, Benefits, and Expenses)
  • Develop and implement the Elite Prospective Student-Athlete and Elite Student-Athlete Education and Monitoring program
  • Serve as the Athletics Compliance Office liaison for the Athletic Business Office, Travel Coordinator, Villanova Athletic Fund, and Alumni Association in order to ensure compliance with NCAA bylaws
  • Departmental responsibility for the strategic vision, goals, and initiatives associated with the medication quality and regulatory compliance
Qualifications for assistant director compliance
  • Experience overseeing a budget
  • Experience with providing NCAA rules interpretations and presenting education sessions
  • Experience with Compliance Assistant, NCAA, LSDBi and RSRO systems
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required * Experience with NCAA CA software and recruiting software programs
  • 3-4 years of experience in sports administration, specifically in both compliance and basketball administration/operations
  • Working knowledge of the collegiate basketball landscape as it relates to NCAA/Conference/Institutional bylaws and regulations

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