UCSB Seeks an Athletics Academic Advisor

The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) is seeking to fill a newly created Athletic Advising position in its Barber Academic Center. This position will serve as the primary undergraduate advisor to student-athletes on assigned teams and will assist in course selection, academic skill building, and monitoring academic progress and eligibility. 

To review the full job description or apply, click HERE.

Review of applications will begin on September 8, 2021.

Ideal candidates are those who have a passion for the student-athlete experience as well as a drive to grow in this field. Individuals currently in graduate assistant or internship positions are encouraged to apply, as well as any current advisors who simply cannot pass up the opportunity to relocate to one of the world’s most impeccable climates.

Compensation and Benefits:  This position will start at $55,600 with an anticipated 3% cost of living adjustment each year. All full-time UC employees are provided a comprehensive benefits package, which includes comparatively low premiums as well as free dental and vision.

Additional Benefits: UCSB’s athletics department is prepared to cover up to $1500 in relocation expenses as well as provide this position a cell phone and laptop.

About the institution:  UC Santa Barbara is a Division-1 institution and proud member of the Big West Conference. Consistently ranked as a Top 10 public institution by US News and World Report, UCSB combines the best of both the academic and athletic experience while being located along the beautiful California coast.

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