Assist in the administration of multi-faceted federal and institutional financial aid programs primarily through the determination of financial need and awards while simultaneously counseling parents and students on aid programs consisting of grants, loans, and work study opportunities.
1.Determine financial need for a caseload of prospective/current undergraduate, SCE, and graduate students. Create offers of financial aid based on current regulations/guidance and disburse to the student account. Communicate the College's methodology (internal/external) and the type/level of awards available/offered in support of recruitment and retention efforts.
2.Coordinate private/alternative student loan program – approximately 600+ loans totaling $14.8 million per academic year. Certify private loans selected by students/parents to finance College costs. Oversee Requests for Information (RFI) in support of our suggested lender list and annually update programmatic instructions and institutional information within the loan management system. Train a back-up.
3.Act as primary liaison to the offices of the Bursar and Admissions, as well as the compliance officer in Athletics for scholarships based on athletic talent and early assessment of eligibility. Annually update programmatic instructions and ensure back-up is trained.
4.Contribute and collaborate with peers on presentation content and speaker notes for presentations. Represent the office on an individual basis and/or larger venues.
5.Re-determine financial need for a caseload of prospective/current undergraduate, graduate, and SCE students in light of new or changed information not on original applications. Revise offers of financial aid based on professional judgement utilizing institutional policy and guidance set forth from the U.S. Department of Education.
1.Perform all other duties as may be required.
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor's Degree in related field from an accredited institution required.
One to three years of financial aid experience preferably in need analysis (Federal Methodology and/or Institutional Methodology), or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Progressive and thorough understanding of federal/state regulations governing financial aid programs.
Analytical and quantitative skills.
Strong interpersonal, written, and public speaking skills.
Experience and comfort utilizing computer systems (Banner, EdConnect, COD, NSLDS, FAL Access, SQL Developer) as well as skills with various Microsoft applications.
Employee Status: Full Time
Union Status: Non-Union
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Internal Number: 5053
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