We are a member-led, higher education association that appreciates the impact a college degree can have in transforming a life. NCAA employees come to work every day believing in their ability to make a difference.
We support opportunities for student-athlete success in the classroom as well as in competition. NCAA student-athletes receive more than $2.7 billion in scholarships annually and are provided access to medical care, academic support services and first-class training opportunities. The result is that NCAA student-athletes are graduating at a higher rate than other college students.
The foundation of that success is a team that values leadership, inclusion, communication, collaboration and accountability. If you are someone who wants to help shape lives while working with talented and engaged colleagues, we want to hear from you.
Join our team and help us carry our mission into the future.
Due to the high volume of interest in employment with the NCAA and the NCAA Eligibility Center, we do not accept unsolicited resumes.
National office openings
The national office staff is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of quality and professionalism by working together in an environment that promotes respect, communication and teamwork; by encouraging professional growth and training; by supporting creativity and vision; by seeking out diversity; and by fostering individual empowerment and personal well-being.
College athletics openings
The NCAA is the national governing body for almost 1,300 member institutions, athletics conferences and affiliated organizations.
Find the career in intercollegiate athletics that you've been seeking. Review job postings from colleges and universities across the country. You can establish an account, post a resume and create search tools that will let you know when a career match is posted.
Former NCAA Student-Athlete Career Center
Your academic and athletic experiences at an NCAA member school provided you with marketable skills in today’s workplace. Use this career center to achieve your career goals and to establish meaningful connections with employers who recognize you bring something special to the workplace by virtue of being a former NCAA student-athlete.