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Asst Mgr, Title IV Systems & Compliance

Princeton University
Nassau Hall

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The Undergraduate Financial Aid Office seeks a motivated individual for the position of Assistant Manager of Title IV Systems and Compliance.  This position is a complex administrative position supporting the management of Title IV program administration.

The demand of constant federal aid activity throughout the year requires extensive knowledge of federal rules and regulations and the ability to exercise professional judgment when required. The Assistant Manager of Title IV Systems and Compliance will also be required to collaborate with colleagues in the aid office, the Office of Information Technology, and the Office of Finance and Treasury. Flexibility and adaptability are necessary to keep up with the fast-paced changes in financial aid as well as the needs of the office.

  • Serves as one of the financial aid systems functional leads by configuring and monitoring systems for accuracy and timeliness in compliance with all federal and state regulations, and determining and implementing methods to gain efficiencies with the software by working collaboratively with office staff.
  • Serves as a liaison to student service offices, OIT, and other institutions through systems communities.
  • Manages oversight of electronic file submissions to and from the Department of Education, National Student Loan Data Systems and private student loan entities, providing resolution of programmatic issues, and researching database information state and Department of Education.
  • Oversee/Administer SAIG mailbox including daily ISIR imports/exports, exception reports, Duplicate aid reports, Pell LEU reports, and General ED notifications
  • Assists with monitoring federal and state regulations and communicating requirements that do not directly impact the compliant processing of financial aid, but that are requirements of the University. This includes assisting with the creation and maintenance of the University's financial aid policies and procedures manual and working closely with other university departments, such as student accounts, registrar, and academic units to ensure compliance.
  • Responsible for reviewing sample files and processes to make sure the financial aid staff is meeting federal and state guidelines.
  • Serve as the liaison for the federal, state, and system auditors.
  • Provides oversight of the reconciliation process for the federal and state financial aid programs.
  • Assist with analysis of the need for various system-generated reports, create, schedule and run cyclical and ad-hoc reports as requested by University leadership, as necessary.






  • Bachelor’s degree
  • At least 5 years experience in financial aid with increasing responsibility for federal aid programs
  • Experience with functional ownership and maintenance of technology solutions
  • Extensive knowledge of federal aid rules and regulations
  • Excellent analytical, writing, speaking, and collaborative relationship-building skills

A remote work arrangement within the United States may be considered for candidates with the appropriate background and experience.



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Standard Weekly Hours36.25Eligible for OvertimeNoBenefits EligibleYesProbationary Period180 daysEssential Services Personnel (see policy for detail)NoPhysical Capacity Exam RequiredNoValid Driver’s License RequiredNo Experience LevelMid-Senior Level#LI-NR1


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