Accountant/Fiscal Analyst I
Internal Title: Financial Aid Accountant
Posting Number: STA01355PO18
College/Division: USC Upstate College/Division Level
Department: UPS Financial Aid
Advertised Salary Range: Salary commensurate with education and experience.
Part/Full-time: Full Time
Job Search Category: Administrative
Advertised Job Summary: - Upon Cashier entry of journal entries, recoveries, repayments, etc., ensure Banner is updated regarding all appropriate records and that updates are reported to ED via electronic software programs and websites. Institutional refunds - calculate the funds to be returned based on institutional policies and procedures. - Responsible for Pell reporting and reconciliation - monitors NSLDSoverpayments. Ensure Pell LEU reports are reconciled. - Prepare and edit FISAP information to Department of ED which reports Title IV activities for current year and submits application to participate in federal funding for future years. - Counsels with students and parent concerning the awarding of financial aid. - Responsible for Return to Title IV calculations and adjusting financial aid awards, determining proper distribution, and updating records in all accounting systems. Responsible for establishing aid source accounts; accurately calculating, processing refunds and repayment to student's aid source accounts, and ED. - Supervise the distribution and posting of College Work Study, JLD, America Reads, EMPL to ensure proper posting to Banner system and appropriate account numbers. - Reconcile Pell Grant funds and Direct Loans with Banner and COD, monthly and yearly. - Other duties as assigned. - Complete Counselor Review and Process Verification for a portion of the student alphabet.
Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Associate's degree with 12 semester hours of accounting courses and 2 years of clerical accounting or bookkeeping experience; or high school diploma and 4 years related experience; or equivalent education and experience. Successful background check is required.
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