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19 days ago

Certification Manager

NCAA Ashburn, VA

**: Manage all certification application and approval processes. Assists in developing and implementing growth strategies for the certification…

8 days ago

Deputy Director

NCAA Leesburg, VA

Loudoun County (VA) Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Services is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time Deputy Director position…

11 days ago


NCAA Arlington, VA

DPR is a CAPRA (Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies**)**-accredited organization since 2006 and provides a full range of…

25 days ago

Associate AD /Senior Associate AD for Business

NCAA College Park, MD

include: supervising the day-to-day operations of the business office; monitoring of monthly financial statements; serving as departments liaison…

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5 Ratings

    Don't work here if you want to move up

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    I have been working at Ncaa full-time for more than 5 years


    -Excellent benefits and perks
    -Nice location downtown
    -People are great


    -Morale is very low
    -Senior management is elitist and clueless
    -Pay is well below market value -- unless you're an executive, of course
    -Very political environment
    -No career path or upward mobility
    -Favoritism is rampant
    -Focus on "diversity/inclusion" goes way overboard

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    The NCAA needs to be run like a business, not a higher education institution, and that includes paying people the market value and not promoting incompetent favorites or hiring Managing Directors with only a couple of years of experience.

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