Executive Director of Student Financial Services

Location
Muscle Shoals, Alabama
Salary
$65,968 to $98,658 based on experience + benefits
Posted
Jan 03, 2018
Executive Administration Jobs
C-Level & Executive Directors
Position Type
Tenured & Tenure-Track
Institution Type
Community College

Essential Functions:

    • Supervise employees in Student Financial Services
    • Plan, organize, and implement the student aid programs in accordance with goals and objectives of the college and as required by state and federal regulation.
    • Review and stay updated on all federal and state mandated changes each year.
    • Maintain and update a financial aid policy and procedure manual.
    • Stay abreast of financial aid regulations and implement modifications as required.
    • Work with students and their families to determine which financial aid options are available and assist them with related application procedures.
    • Oversee and balance all federal and state funds handled by the financial aid office.
    • Represent the college with external groups.
    • Provide training for students each semester regarding financial debt and general financial literacy.
    • Provide financial aid and FAFSA workshops for local high school counselors in order to train them to provide financial aid and FAFSA training to their students.
    • Provide training for college personnel regarding financial aid basics so they may assist students with general financial aid questions.
    • Assure the proper completion and submission of federal, state, and institutional reports (FISAP, EDCAR, ASAP, etc.)
    • Coordinate Student Financial Services operations to ensure that students needing assistance to attend college are served appropriately.
    • Work with students to resolve conflicts related to the application and understanding of financial aid policies.
    • Ensure the Scholarship Committee fulfills its obligations each year.
    • Prepare and maintain the Student Financial Services departmental budget.
    • Visit local high schools, businesses, and organizations to provided financial aid information.
    • Set-up security passwords for COD, EdConnect, and NSLDS, periodically changing passwords as required by CPS, as needed. 
    • Attend all Financial Aid workshops and conferences as required.
    • Train and monitor employees’ ability to follow applicable Federal, State and Local policies and procedures.
    • Assist the college in achieving its institutional goals.
    • Serve on various college committees as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution, required.
  • Five (5) years of full-time work experience in financial aid, required.
  • Three (3) years of supervisory experience, required.
  • Experience with Banner educational software, preferred.