D1.dossiers & D2.dossiers

Why invest in dossiers? (Note: Examples below)

  • Save hours upon hours researching AD and executive level openings…we’ve already done the work for you!
  • Solves: 1) Should you pursue the job?; 2) If so, prepare for your interview; and, 3) You got the job! Use the dossier to help strategically plan your first 90 days.
  • Just $299 per year to receive a comprehensive dossier for every open AD job over a 12-month period.

Currently Available (subscription necessary)

Coming Soon

  • Houston
  • Le Moyne
  • Northwestern
  • Portland State
  • St. John’s
  • Wright State

Testimonials

  • “The D1.dossier was extremely helpful for the interview process by identifying the key stakeholders and providing the current landscape at Coastal Carolina. It saved me a tremendous amount of time from having to research and gather it myself. I appreciate the service and highly recommend it to my counterparts around the country. Let me know if you ever need anything and look forward to speaking with you soon.” – Chance Miller, AD at Coastal Carolina
  • “The D1.dossier was a great resource for me during my process with FGCU. It provided me with a comprehensive overview of the department and university while also presenting granular information in many areas. The time saved by utilizing the dossier was invaluable. I would highly recommend a D1.dossier subscription to any administrator considering or entering a search process.” – Colin Hargis, AD at Florida Gulf Coast
  • “D1.dossiers were a huge asset during the education and interview process. Having high level, detailed information at your fingertips was extremely helpful. I would recommend it if anyone is going through the process, saves time and energy digging trying to find the correct information.” – Nathan Christiansen, AD at Indiana State
  • “D1.dossiers was a great tool for the process, really allowed me to obtain a strong sense of what the mission and values of the institution were as well as if they aligned with my values. It also gave me a wider perspective on how the budget was formulated, staff size and retention and the past and current success of the programs. I really appreciated the in depth information regarding the campus structure and organization as well. I’d highly recommend reviewing the dossiers going into the interview to best prepare yourself for the not only the questions you will answer but also to ensure that you are truly committed to the job and feel you have a strong pulse on whether or not you can be successful in this position.” – Kimya Massey, Associate VP & Executive Director of Athletics at University of San Diego
  • “Possessing information lacks true value if it’s not pertinent, and D1.dossier offers a competitive advantage because it provides the right information to prospective candidates to help them prepare for an interview and the job itself when hired. I developed my unique outline to help get ready for my interviews at Ball State while using the D1.dossier feature. I found the information to be relevant and comprehensive. D1.dossiers is a must-have resource for college coaches and administrators.” – Jeff Mitchell, Director of Athletics at Ball State
  • “On the front end of the process, the information provided by D1.dossier saved me at least 12 hours of research time. I was able to use those hours to not only prepare my interview responses, but also to continue to do my current job at a high level. Undoubtedly, it helped me land my first AD opportunity, and furthermore, on the back end of the process, the D1.dossier information has helped me to be very effective the first thirty days in the chair.” – Andrew Goodrich, VP & Director of Athletics at Gardner-Webb
  • “It allowed me to focus on prep work, and not the research needed to pull it together. Worth every penny!” – Brian Mann, Director of Athletics at William & Mary
  • “It really helped me consolidate some research. I don’t know how many hours, or days, of research it saved me from finding information to the right links, but it was hours at a minimum and probably a day or two in total.” – Jude Killy, Director of Athletics at Maine

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