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Budget title: Instructional Support Associate (SL-2)
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Serve as the Department's primary purchasing agent.
Work directly with Head Coaches (or designated Assistant Coaches) to confirm and finalize placement of all team equipment and apparel orders after appropriate approvals have been secured.
Serve as primary liaison with uniform/equipment, suppliers, and coordinate seasonal apparel/equipment "showcases" to facilitate timely orders.
Make final payments (P-Card) on all orders after confirmation of delivery/inventory.
Explore potential secondary agreements and serve as primary agent for any/all vendor agreements i.e. Rawlings. Secure necessary documentation and approvals.
Serve as department liaison to AE Conference office regarding compliance to any/all uniform regulations i.e. logo placements, logo size, etc. Assure that all uniform designs meet department standards, specific to use of approved logos, markings, etc.
Provide any necessary documentation and support of semi-annual inventories of issued equipment and uniforms for all sport programs.
Must demonstrate strong communications skills
Organized and professional
Ability to work effectively with staff, coaches and administrators
Familiarity with software ordering/tracking/inventory systems
Understanding of NCAA compliance regulations relating to apparel and equipment
Bachelor's degree in Business/finance preferred
Purchasing work experience
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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Internal Applications by: February 26, 2020
External Applications: open until filled.
Persons interested in the above position should apply online.
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