This position is a direct report to the Director of Financial
Aid with supervisory responsibility for the financial aid staff in
the absence of the Director of Financial Aid. The Assistant
Director of Financial Aid position is responsible for advising
students and their families. This position requires skills
necessary to analyze complex situations and exercise judgment in
conducting a federal need analysis, verification and initial
packaging for the processing of Title IV aid applications. This
position works with a team of professionals under the direction of
the Director of Financial Aid.
Advising students regarding all aspects of their financial need
including need analysis and award calculations using federal, state
and institutional policies and procedures.
Processing and monitoring of documents to ensure expeditious
processing of FASFA aid applications and ISIR/SAR. Ensure accurate
disbursement of federal and institutional funding.
Certification and processing in ELM and monitoring of documents
to ensure expeditious receipt of student and parent loans offered
through the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) program.
Oversight of federal and institutional verification policies and
Review financial aid student files and documents to determine
accuracy of a student’s eligibility for state, federal and
institutional aid prior to the students class start.
Responsible for reviewing satisfactory academic progress of aid
Training and development of student financial aid personnel and
follow-up to ensure compliance with federal, state, and institution
policies and procedures.
Completion and maintenance of required records and reports.
Completion of reports within prescribed deadlines as required by
federal, state and institutional policies and procedures.
Assure compliance with school catalog.
Has an in depth knowledge of Title IV.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Coordinate with the Business Manager to ensure proper
disbursement of federal funds. Monitor retention of required
Coordinate and monitor institutional campus based policies and
Assist students and parents with financial aid questions and
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelors degree preferred, associates degree required with
willingness to acquire a bachelors degree.
3-5 years of Title IV administration.
Knowledge and ability to run and interpret CAMPUS Vue
Knowledge of current federal financial aid regulations with
operational knowledge of needs analysis and packaging.
Supervisory experience preferred.
Must be highly organized and willing to rearrange priorities to
meet changing workload needs and deadline demands.
Must be computer literate and have a familiarity with CLASS and
ELM a plus.
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