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Meet the Teams that Power NCSA

 

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Our people bring NCSA to life. See what makes our employees passionate about NCSA - and find the right department for you.

 

Human Resources

The HR team keeps NCSA employees happy and healthy by providing top employee benefits, recruiting new talent, onboarding team members, and organizing health services. Are you passionate about creating an exceptional employee experience?

Lisa Amann

"NCSA is an amazing and special place. It is a critical priority to the HR team and me that we do everything we can to provide a fun, vibrant environment and compelling perks and benefits for the team. We want every teammate happy, healthy, and set up for success." - Lisa Amann, VP of Human Resources

Recruiting Coordinators and Specialists

Our recruiting coordinators and specialists get to talk about sports every day. They help high school athletes and their parents better understand the recruiting process and how they can use NCSA to play their sport at a college that's right for them. Plus, our recruiting coordinators and specialists enjoy the benefit of flexible work hours.

Cory Wallman

"It’s a great feeling leaving work knowing you’ve helped dozens of student-athletes get one step closer to reaching their dream of competing in college." - Cory Wallman, EVP of Recruiting

The Career Development Program

Heavily based on cultivating real-world skills, the Career Development Program equips Recruiting Coordinators with the expertise they need to succeed in NCSA’s fast-paced, innovative and exciting workplace—and beyond. 

  1. Qualify into the Career Development Program as a Recruiting Coordinator: available on a continuous cycle, admission to the Career Development Program can be earned upon hitting monthly goals consistently.
  2. Take Career Development Program courses:
    1. Conceptual Selling: learn widely applied sales methodology, focusing on a prospect’s concept of a product or service and relating it to their needs.
    2. Business Improv and Public Speaking: receive communication-skills training that will promote active listening and adaptive problem solving.
    3. Business Marketing: receive an in-depth breakdown of marketing strategies and business development.
    4. Entrepreneurship: acquire the necessary knowledge and skills required to launch and run a new business. 
  3. Graduate the Career Development Program: the program takes approximately six months from start to finish.
  4. Get promoted from Recruiting Coordinator to Senior Recruiting Coordinator: receive a boost in salary and a higher commission scale.
  5. Open doors to new career opportunities: graduating will allow you to apply for more roles within NCSA and provides access to external opportunities.

"NCSA was my first sales job. Aiming to get into CDP was extra motivation for me to do well right away. I had no idea how great the CDP classes would be, and how the skills I learned would help me develop both personally and professionally in my sales career." - Trent Tornincasa, Account Executive at Docusign 2016 CDP graduate, promoted to Senior Recruiting Coordinator, 2017 Recruiting Coordinator of the Year, 2018 Sales Development Rep MVP (Global) at LinkedIn

"CDP was an extraordinary experience that made me not only more knowledgeable about the world, but also taught me about different arenas of business that I otherwise would not have been exposed to as a twenty-something-year-old. CDP is a great way to develop and explore areas outside of your responsibilities as a Recruiting Coordinator." - Johnny Mago, Senior Recruiting Manager, 2015 CDP Graduate, promoted to Senior Recruiting Coordinator, 2015 Recruiting Coordinator of the Year, Promoted to Recruiting Manager in 2016, 2018 Sales Employee of the Year

Working At NCSA As a Recruiting Coordinator from Next College Student Athlete on Vimeo.

Recruiting Coaches

The head recruiting coaches are former collegiate athletes and coaches who are passionate about college recruiting and know the process inside and out. They live and breathe their sport. And they love helping the next generation of athletes reach their dreams of playing college sports. Our HRCs help athletes and their families every day - see if you have what it takes to join their ranks.

Rick McDole

"We are in a position to really influence a student-athlete’s entire recruiting journey, and it’s so much fun to watch a young athlete gain confidence and self-awareness throughout the process. I come to work every day knowing that I get to help another family on their path to college." - Rick McDole, VP of Recruiting Operations

Working At NCSA As a Recruiting Coach from Next College Student Athlete on Vimeo.

Product Development Team

Our developers are responsible for creating and maintaining in-house products and applications, which attract millions of users each year. Working in an agile environment, our collaborative product development team can code in their sleep and navigate Ruby on Rails blindfolded.

Bill Seitz.

"We strive to provide best-in-class products and applications, and it’s really exciting to keep redefining excellence in our industry." - Bill Seitz, Director of Product Development

Marketing and Design

Our marketers tell the story of NCSA with video, email campaigns, social media, content, our website and event collateral. They spread the word - and share our passion for college recruiting to the families who need our help. Are you a data-driven creative who's excited about finding new ways to reach families?

David Frank.

"Great content marketing doesn’t sound or feel like marketing. It’s not so much about the stuff you make or the service you provide, but more about the stories you can tell. Here, you’ll craft, produce, and amplify content that will have a profound and positive impact on the lives of high school athletes everywhere." - David Frank, VP of Marketing

Data Science and Analytics

The Data Science and Analytics team at NCSA provides data-driven insight that helps support the decisions that shape our business. Their work touches all departments, so they pride themselves on acquiring a wide array of skills to tackle a diverse set of problems. If you love stats, coding, or learning new skills each day, take a look at the opportunities available on our data team.

Adam Greuling.

"Our team works with every part of the business: marketing, sales, finance and more. It’s exciting to be in a position where you get to continually grow and learn new skills." - Adam Greuling, VP of Engineering

Accounting and Finance

Our Accounting and Finance team is responsible for some of the company's most crucial functions: ensuring employees get paid, accounts are settled, balance are paid and NCSA has a sound financial infrastructure. In other words, they make sure the cash is coming in and going out the right places. If you're an Excel enthusiast who has a deep interest in accounts receivable, meet our Accounting and Finance team.

Jaff Plack

"The company’s bottom line is important but is overshadowed by the importance of helping student-athletes and changing lives." - Jeff Plack, Chief Financial Officer

Information Technology

Our IT employees maintain the system that enables everyone to effectively do their job - and they must create innovative solutions to any number of technology issues. At NCSA, you have the opportunity to update network infrastructure and keep essential systems performing at their best for a fast-paced company with over 600 team members.

Rick Nelson

"The best part of my job is knowing every day is going to be different. There are always new problems to solve and new teammates to work with." - Rick Nelson, IT Manager

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