This job will report to Vice President of Finance and Administration and pays $4,071. (Minimum Monthly Salary under 12-Month Contract)
Oversees financial aid operations for the college. Directs and monitors FA personnel with regards to scheduling, training, consistency of procedures, staff meetings; provides updates and assistance with student and PeopleSoft problems; provides technical assistance for various computer programs; works with other offices in reconciliation processes, cancellation and registration; communicates with other KCTCS FA offices regarding students and problems and KCTCS System Office for procedural updates and direction with problems.
Provide counseling and assistance to students about various types of educational funding, probation and suspension, satisfactory academic progress for FA; SAP appeals; return to Title IV issues; completion of forms; consortium agreements; acts as a liaison for students with other internal and external offices.
Oversees the colleges default management efforts including leading the default management team, planning and executing default intervention strategies, coordinating with the default management servicer, as well as developing and implementing the college's default management plan with responsibility for reducing the overall college default cohort rate.
Conducts financial aid presentations for various groups, hosts external financial aid workshops on campus. Works with area high school and outside agency counselors. Serves as local representative on various committees.
Make updates and corrections to the Program Participation Agreement (PPA) as needed. Anticipate KCTCS Board of Directors meeting notes 4 times per year to see if new programs have been added or others updated.
Work with Registrar's Office and KCTCS Financial Aid to educate advisors and students of the importance of enrollment in classes required for declared credential. Reduce aid when student chooses to stay in non-applicable courses.
Process request for recalculation and dependency overrides. Request additional information when necessary. Make changes to FAFSA and aid package when appropriate. Notify student of decision and changes to aid package.
Complete home school section and send to host school for completion. When received from host school, add remote hours if classes meet requirement for SKYCTC degree.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree (Business, Accounting, Student Personnel, or related field), and three years related experience, or equivalent. Master's degree preferred. Management and/or supervisory experience are required. Candidate must demonstrate strong communication, verbal and written, and organizational skills.
Internal Number: 61746
About Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College
SKYCTC is one of sixteen separately accredited colleges that comprise the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS). The college operates six campuses and serves ten counties in south central Kentucky. The Kentucky Society of Human Resource Management has named SKYCTC one of Kentucky’s Best Places to Work for five out of the last six years. SKYCTC values a work environment and organizational culture that reflects the society and community in which we are located and provides a climate for the success of every employee by appreciating the uniqueness that each one brings to the workplace.The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is an equal educational and employment opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of; race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, family medical history, or genetic information. Further, we vigilantly prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation, parental status, marital status, political affiliation, military service, or any other non-merit based factor.