Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Finance
University of Chicago (UC)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Internal Number: JR18216
Location: Chicago, IL
Involved in all phases of the departmental budget preparation, submissions, special requests and general oversight of fiscal and daily budget operations.
Manages the purchase of practice and departmental apparel.
Approves all expenditures, travel, purchasing and payment of outside contractors.
Monitors team travel and reserves team flights.
Supervises Fiscal Assistant, Head Athletic Trainer, and Strength and Conditioning Coaches.
Reviews and approves department foreign tours and camps/clinics operations.
Oversees the Sports Medicine and Sports Performance operation.
Collects and submits data for all Federal and NCAA reporting requirements.
Coordinates fall pre-season and serves as the liaison to Housing and Residence Life and UChicago Dining.
Serves as liaison to IT Services and monitor computer replacement program.
Updates the departmentâ™s operations manual and policies annually.
Develops and implements an overall recruiting plan. Determines fiscal requirements and prepares budgetary recommendations; monitors, verifies and reconciles expenditures of budgeted funds.
Manages a team of managers and professionals responsible for the planning, coaching, recruiting, administration, and promotion of University intercollegiate athletics programs. Ensures student-athletes and athletics representatives comply with NCAA and University rules and regulations.
Performs other related work as needed.
Seven plus years of athletic administration experience.
Strong financial and accounting knowledge.
Strong knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
Exceptional analytical problem-solving skills and the ability to prioritize and manage issues and tasks.
Must demonstrate strong organizational skills, and the ability to conduct research and present data in a clear and persuasive manner.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, the ability to exercise excellent judgement, effective interpersonal skills and the ability to establish effective working relationships, professional rapport, and effectively accomplish work within a University setting.
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