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28 days ago

Assistant Men's Women's Track And Field Coach

National Collegiate Athletic Association Fullerton, CA

Assistant Men's/ Women's Track & Field Coach Employer: National Collegiate Athletic Association Job Ref: 7483013 Industry: Sports Job…

28 days ago

Exercise Science Instructor Women's Soccer Coach Tenure Track

National Collegiate Athletic Association El Cajon, CA

Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants interested in applying to this position must submit the required application materials by the closing…

7 days ago

Assistant Director of Academic and Membership Affairs

Ncaa Indianapolis, IN +2 locations

• Serve as a primary member of the rules team within AMA. • Serve as a member of the institutional performance team, which includes subcommittee… Ncaa

18 days ago

Assistant Director of Championships and Alliances, NCAA DI Men's Basketball - Facility

NCAA National Office - Indianapolis

1. Assist in the administration of the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. a. Serve as basketball staff liaison to preliminary round hosts… NCAA

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    Pro used to be the summer flex program, until the requirements were changed. Now, most people do not do it because the requirements are too much. Not worth it to work 10 hour days just to have every other Friday afternoon off. No room for advancement for most people. Support staff are usually treated like second-class citizens.

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    HR really needs to actually do something about certain staff in higher level positions. The same problem directors and/or VPs in my department are almost always the reason why good people leave our company. HR stays silent and does nothing.

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