On March 28 the University of Alabama posted a job opportunity on the NCAA job search database.
The want ad was for “Compliance Coordinator or Director of Compliance.”
The University of Alabama Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is soliciting applications for a Compliance Coordinator or Director of Compliance position.
As a member of a staff of seven full-time compliance officers serving intercollegiate athletics, this position will be responsible for various components of a monitoring and education program.
The ideal candidate will be able to help the department evaluate current policies and procedures and improve efficiency and effectiveness of process. Salary is between $30,000 and $45,000, depending on experience.
Meanwhile, here’s an excerpt from page 10 of The University of Alabama 2009-2010 Financial Report:
The University’s auxiliary activities are comprised of Intercollegiate Athletics, food service, housing, supply store, telecommunications, and other miscellaneous auxiliary enterprises. Auxiliary income increased $22.0 million in 2010 over the prior year, primarily from increases in athletic ticket sales, television revenue, and licensing income.
On Dec. 8, 2010, the TUSCALOOSA NEWS reported Alabama football coach Nick Saban’s salary to be $6,087, 349 for the preceding year.
A quick search of the NCAA Legislative Services Database on major NCAA infraction involving member institutions revealed four prominent cases involving the University of Alabama since 1995.