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College/University: Horry-Georgetown Technical College
Job Title: Director of Financial Aid and Veteran Affairs
Closing Date: Not specified
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Classification/Class Code: Director Financial Aid /AD87
Position/Slot Number: 085159 /0001
Pay Grade: 07 ($50,833 Min - $72,440 Mid)
Department: Financial Aid
Posting Date: April 28, 2022
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At Horry-Georgetown Technical College, we are innovators that cultivate students to deliver the future. We do this through utilizing cutting-edge technology and providing state-of-the-art training in such demanding job markets as Cisco networking, natural resources management, engineering, culinary arts, and many health-related fields. Now is your chance to join our talented community and become a member of one of the most progressive community colleges in South Carolina! Known for our innovative technologies, interactive classroom settings, offering more than 80 programs, we are cultivating the next generation of nurses, engineers, machinists, culinary artists, or students bridging their education to a 4-year university. As an integral part of our team, you play a role for this institution to deliver high quality instruction for over 7,000 curriculum students. We seek candidates to contribute to our commitment to engagement and inclusion of culturally diverse audiences in education.


The Financial Aid Department at Horry-Georgetown Technical College seeks applicants for a Director of Financial Aid and Veteran Affairs. The Director will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, direction, and guidance as it relates to all student financial assistance programs and practices. This individual will report to the Assistant Vice President Controller and will be responsible for the following duties (this list is not intended to be exhaustive):

  • Trouble-shoot problems, anticipate risks, and make projections about the administration of new and existing programs.
  • Assist in managing the college’s risk profile as it relates to student financial assistance.
  • Collaborate with Student Affairs and Student Financial Services for continuous improvement of the quality of services to students.
  • Ensure required system upgrades are developed and maintained.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree and five (5) years financial aid or related experience.

Preferred Qualifications  

  • Eight (8) years of experience in a college financial aid office, at least three years at the program manager, Assistant Director, or Director level is preferred  
  • Experience working in a two-year college environment.
  • The ability to understand complex student information systems and to use those systems effectively in management and a strategic capacity is required; experience with Ellucian Banner is strongly preferred.
  • Experience with supervision of staff and in-depth experience managing back-end setup preferred.
  • Ability to supervise and manage.
  • High level of analytical skills

Who We Are

Horry-Georgetown Technical College is a dynamic and progressive multi-campus comprehensive community/technical college serving Horry and Georgetown counties in the northeast region of South Carolina, with campuses in Conway, Georgetown, and Myrtle Beach. The three campuses are located near the center of South Carolina’s “Grand Strand,” a 60-mile coastline extending between the North Carolina boarder and historic Georgetown, South Carolina. Equal Opportunity Employer Horry-Georgetown Technical College provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Horry Georgetown Technical College complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Horry-Georgetown Technical College expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.

For more information in regard to our policies, procedures, Affirmative Action, and Non-Discrimination Statement; please visit our website at

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College/University: University of South Carolina Aiken
Job Title: Verification Coordinator/Financial Aid Counselor
Closing Date: May 24, 2022
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Position Description

Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, the Verification Coordinator/Counselor is responsible for performing preliminary financial aid counseling for prospects, students, and parents. Process the day-to-day operations of the office’s student verification process to ensure that the process is completed in accordance with federal regulations. Processes all SC Vocational Rehabilitation forms, other forms, and other Federal required documentation. Assists in the review of financial aid applications for all student aid programs and ensures accuracy and completeness. Assists with other financial aid programs as needed. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent education and experience. Preference will be given to those with experience with financial aid and knowledge of Title IV program regulations. Familiarity with enterprise-type systems such as Banner, and literacy with MS office and PC applications is preferred.

Application must be submitted at  Application deadline: May 24, 2022. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. USC Aiken is an AA/EOE.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent education and experience.

Preferred Qualifications

Preference will be given to those with experience with financial aid and knowledge of Title IV program regulations. Familiarity with enterprise-type systems such as Banner, and literacy with MS office and PC applications is preferred.


Excellent communication skills, including the ability to exercise tact and discretion when dealing with students, families, and staff. Excellent phone and verbal communication skills. Strong customer service skills. Ability to work at a very detailed level, using good judgment. Demonstrated ability to set priorities, manage time and workflow, and to manage multiple, concurrent high priority duties in a time-pressured environment. Ability to understand and explain university policy to others. Ability to work as an effective member of a team, identify and implement process improvements. Ability to use multiple financial aid systems, document management systems, and window-based environment and office applications.  

College/University: Columbia College (Columbia, SC)
Job Title: Senior Director of Financial Aid
Closing Date: Not specified
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General Description

The Senior Director of Financial Aid provides leadership and has oversight of all day to day functions of the financial aid office; assists Columbia College in proactively and successfully addressing the financial aid needs of a diverse student body; and facilitates the efficiency and effectiveness of financial aid services to students. Responsible for managing and overseeing Compliance policies and procedures, to ensure achievement of specific objectives jointly established within Columbia College. Position requires evaluating, approving and awarding financial aid to students in accordance with all laws and regulations. Conducting workshops and presentations to interested parties on financial aid policy and procedures. Coordinating and providing an operational resource to department staff. Managing the collection and reporting of financial aid data.

Essential Job Functions

  • Planning and implementing effective financial aid strategies to attract and retain undergraduate students.
  • Successfully administering financial aid and other student services programs, including an effective and informative communication flow to prospective financially-assisted students.
  • Innovation in leveraging technology to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of financial aid processes and other student services operations.
  • The support of financial wellness for our students, including effective debt management strategies and counseling.
  • Provide leadership and direct supervision for the Director of Financial Aid and ensure that all financial aid processes and services implement best practices and are delivered in a timely manner with the highest level of customer service to support new student recruitment and overall retention efforts in addition to complying with all federal and state laws. This includes ensuring that appropriate processes, policies and initiatives are in place so that all new and returning students have completed the financial aid application process, submitted all required information, and have received and understand their financial aid award prior to attending classes at the beginning of each semester.
  • Collaborate with the Controller and the Director of Financial Aid to develop an annual plan for awarding institutional aid to support the achievement of new student recruitment goals within assigned financial parameters including the development of regular reports to track periodic progress towards the achievement of target discount rate levels.
  • Serve as a key resource in response to state/programmatic accreditation reports and a technical expert for program submissions of state reports.
  • Identifying and implementing strategies to prevent excessive financial aid liabilities including: (i) the development and coordination of programming and advising tools related to financial aid and financing options, (ii) participation in Open House, admissions, and orientation sessions, (iii) providing entrance and exit counseling and financial management workshops; and (iv) developing and overseeing the implementation of a Financial Literacy Initiative to better equip students and families to make sound, informed decisions on the implications of loan debt, payment plans, and financing their Education.
  • Overseeing internal and external communication systems, mechanisms, and literature used to inform students and families about financial aid policies and procedures.
  • Implementing and assessing strategies that specifically address the unique economic needs of students.
  • Ensuring regulatory and procedural compliance for Federal (Title IV and ultimately, Title VII), for Columbia College; as well as reporting data to internal and external parties including the Department of Education.
  • Completing all survey instruments in coordination with the Office of Student Affairs and the Registrar, and any additional internal requests, as well as all surveys and information requests by all governing and accrediting bodies.
  • Analyzing and evaluating financial viability of students and families; providing advice and counsel regarding available financial aid opportunities, eligibility requirements, and the application process; and reviewing and assessing the eligibility of applications for financial aid in concert with professional judgment to determine whether adjustments should be made.
  • Reviewing for accuracy and providing signature approval/disapproval of loan applications, promissory notes, and other financial documents.
  • Overseeing the development and maintenance of the: financial aid application process; annual cost of attendance budget; financial aid communications; and creation and presentation of educational materials related to financial aid.
  • Selecting, supervising, and evaluating financial aid staff, including the Director of Financial Aid and Financial Aid Coordinators. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance: rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints, and resolving problems.
  • Collaborating with the Office of Admissions and the Office of Student Affairs, associate and assistant deans, supervisors, and representatives throughout Columbia College in supporting the delivery of student support services in an efficient manner.
  • Utilizing a data-driven and participatory approach to decision-making that supports continual service and program improvement.
  • Promoting and initiating research projects designed to increase and enhance student success.
  • Representing Columbia College at various district and statewide meetings, workshops, and conferences.
  • Working flexible hours, including evenings and weekend, when necessary.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.


Knowledge, Education and Skills Required:

  • Masters degree.
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in Financial Aid.
  • Minimum of 2 years of leadership experience in Financial Aid or Admissions, including the supervision of full-time staff.
  • Experience with Student Information Systems.
  • Knowledge of recruitment principles, policies and procedures, as well as of marketing, communications and public relations.
  • Proficient knowledge and understanding of Title IV programs and regulations.

College/University: University of South Carolina Union (Union, SC)
Job Title: Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Closing Date: Open until filled - desired start date 6/1/2022
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Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Position Description:

  • Coordinate and successfully implement Federal College Work-Study Program from start to finish which typically involves:
    1.       Determining positions needed across campus and community.
    2.       Advertising positions.
    3.       Assisting supervisors and students with work-study awards and the interview paperwork.
    4.       When a student is hired, complete paper/computer work between campus and Columbia.
    5.       Complete all hiring paperwork, including E-Verify.
    6.       Instruct supervisor/student on timesheet procedure.
    7.       Monitor FWS budgets.
    8.       Manage Off Campus FWS timesheets.
  • Assist with alphabetical portion of student records and processing.
  • Prepare and work BANNER, COGNOS and Data Warehouse Reports as they are generated.
  • Be responsible for initial certification and periodical enrollment status checks.
  • Report status changes to VA.
  • Make required forms available to eligible students.
  • Advise and counsel students/families regarding financial aid opportunities.
  • Help students/families with the completion of the FAFSA Form and other related Financial Aid forms.
  • Prepare & coordinate bulk mailings from the Financial Aid Office.
  • Attend Financial Aid Training and Workshops in South Carolina when applicable and funding is available.
  • Perform other duties as required in a small campus setting which may involve working evenings or weekends.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree and 1 year financial aid or related experience, or equivalent education and experience.


Computer Skills required. Ability to work with others. Ability to perform detailed and complex routines with electronic information systems. Ability to work independently and to demonstrate initiative. Excellent people and communication skills are essential.

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College/University: Central Carolina Technical College (Sumter, SC)
Job Title: Financial Aid Counselor
Closing Date: Open until filled
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Position Description:
Under the limited supervision of the Director of Financial Aid, performs all duties associated with the processing of student financial aid, and oversees the Direct Loan Program. Manages all student loan programs and trains relevant staff members.  Monitors Direct Loan reconciliation regularly to ensure student eligibility and regulatory compliance.  Ensures Entrance and exit counseling notification is completed and results are tracked to ensure compliance.  Works closely with Loan Default Servicer in an effort to reduce loan default cohort and reports effectiveness to relevant college staff. Provides timely responses and exceptional customer service to requests for information or service providing complete and accurate information at all times.  Develops and presents workshops as needed for informing and empowering internal and external customer base. Works with the Financial Aid and other CCTC Student Services Staff to ensure compliance for events and processing on campus. Serves as needed for Outreach Campuses in cooperation with the Financial Aid Outreach Counselor and the Office of Student Engagement in providing financial aid counseling and processing.  Also serves as back up for Title IV overpayments and Transfer Monitoring. Serves on College committees.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Master's Degree in a related field; or a Bachelor's degree plus two (2) years of experience in student services programs.


Apply online at or visit  You can also apply in person between 8am-4pm, Mon-Fri at the Human Resources Office, Central Carolina Technical College, 506 N. Guignard Drive, Sumter, SC 29150 or fax a SC State application to 803-778-7878. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

College/University: Tri-County Technical College (Pendleton, SC)
Job Title: Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Closing Date: 5/31/2022
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Job Responsibilities

Tri-County Technical College invites applicants to the role of Assistant Director of Financial Aid. Under the limited supervision of the Director of Financial Aid, the successful candidate will manage, lead, and direct the daily operations and policy implementation of institutional policies and procedures encompassing federal and state financial aid regulations. Additionally, the successful candidate will supervise the creation, development, and offering of financial planning services to students across all Tri-County campuses as well as be responsible for researching, developing, implementing, monitoring and maintaining the College's efforts in financial literacy and default prevention. In partnership with the Director, the Assistant Director will provide extensive knowledge, leadership and strategic vision within the Office of Financial Aid and should possess substantial knowledge of federal and state financial aid laws and regulations, higher education, and student information systems.

Job Duties Include (but are not limited to):

Hire, train, and supervision of Financial Aid Staff and provide leadership within the Office. Align the staff and office culture with college wide strategic initiatives, providing students with a transformative student experience and the TCTC EDGE. Plan, evaluate, and organize day to day operations of the office of financial aid to ensure a smooth and efficient operation. Represent the Director in their absence.

Project Management/Leadership – Lead departmental and institution projects that have lasting impacts on the campus community and students in support and execution of the college’s mission and vision. Ensure successful project completions through detailed documentation, thoughtful strategy development, and intentional execution by engaging in with diverse populations and team members from across campus.

Responsible for the implementation and dissemination/alignment of federal, state, and institutional policies and procedures with office staff and service providers. Develop and maintain written departmental processes and procedures, including strategies for maintaining high quality service and advising protocols throughout the year and during high work volume periods. Must be able to look at current processes with a keen eye and use LEAN methodology to improve efficiencies to work in a more systemic manner that better serve our students. Oversee and organize the review of the department’s annual self-audit and A-133.

Develop, implement, lead, monitor and maintain all campus wide strategic initiatives for comprehensive loan default prevention and management program and Financial Literacy programs (Money Management Center) for students and employees. Improve the college cohort default rate by researching and using local and state resources. Partner with internal and external departments and agencies to provide a regular cadence of events and services to campus.

Develop and conduct regular trainings both within and outside the financial aid office within the matrix-management framework of enrollment services. Develop and oversee strategic initiatives and cross-training within the financial aid office and through external departmental partnerships associated with at-risk students as relates to financial aid, financial literacy, and student debt management under the construct of supporting the whole student.

Counsel and assist students and parents in all aspects of student aid eligibility, application, renewal, and financial planning and assistance. Be an effective counselor by being a good listener and communicator. Educate students and parents on regulations, policies, procedures, and processes so that every student understands why we must do certain things and make certain decisions. 

Represent Office of Financial Aid through the forward vision of predicting, preparing, and understanding the multilevel impacts of emerging trends and new regulations. Articulate/disseminate regulations and policy through representation on college committees, teams, or work groups. Responsible for a small case load that provides life-cycle processing for their cohort of students requiring significant breadth and depth of financial aid knowledge. Attend professional development conferences at the state, regional, and/or national level

Minimum and Additional Requirements

Bachelor's degree and financial aid or related experience.

Preferred Qualifications

Five (5) years of experience working in a higher education financial aid department; experience with Banner student information system; previous supervision experience.

Additional Comments

Tri-County Technical College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans are encouraged to apply (EOE/AA/M/F/D/V)

It is the policy of Tri-County Technical College in accordance with applicable laws to recruit, hire, train and promote people throughout all college levels without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. All employment decisions shall be consistent with the principle of equal employment opportunity. 

Tri-County Technical College is a tobacco-free institution.

College/University: University of South Carolina Upstate (Spartanburg, SC)
Job Title: Financial Aid Loan Counselor
Closing Date: Not Specified -- Desired Start Date 5/1/2022
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Financial Aid Loan Counselor
University of South Carolina Upstate
Spartanburg, SC

Responsible for the daily operation of all Federal Direct Loans (Stafford, Plus and Perkins) the SC Teacher Loan Programs, and private loan programs on all lender platforms to include the ELM site. Performs FA counseling to prospects, parents, students, faculty, and staff. Performs file review, required follow-up and verification of data as required by the Department of Education. Responsible for the oversight of summer school processing and awarding. Responsible for the oversight of transfer student processing within NSLDS. Responsible for the awarding of the Teaching Fellows program. Responsible for the oversight of the Study Abroad Program.

  • Counsels prospects, parents, students, faculty, and staff.
  • Reviews student files for packaging. Prep system for follow-up correspondence to students. Ensure system is properly coded for electronic submission to CPS, lenders and guarantors, and posting of awards from Financial Aid system.
  • Monitors loan approvals, rejects, and denials via paper and internet. Responsible for adjustment to loans and other sources of aid. Reconciles loan records and ensures proper integrity of Financial Aid system. Responsible for the setup and processing of all loan funds for all lender platforms (to include the Educational Loan Management System (ELM) which will ensure the integrity for lender certification, reallocations, and receipt of funds. Responsible for the processing and monitoring of $24+million in educational loans.
  • Responsible for the entrance and exit counseling via paper and internet. Ensure the update of system records for such counseling.
  • Review and process all loan applications via Financial Aid system, internet and paper.
  • Responsible for the set up of all transfer students as appropriate within the NSLDS system to ensure the transfer, monitor, and alert system is compliant with the Department of Education. Also is responsible to ensure that all mid-year start students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are appropriately coded as FA recipients (as appropriate) to ensure institutional compliance.
  • Responsible for the awarding of Upstate Athletic awards, and sending correspondences to students as required by NCAA regulations.
  • Responsible for the oversight of students who are Studying Abroad and monitoring of their awards.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
  • Prep system to ensure proper setup of payment terms and disseminates this information to lenders and guarantors. Ensures disbursement dates are communicated and supplied within mainframe. Ensure proper file layout on annual basis.
  • Responsible for the overall setup and awarding of all summer aid.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent education and experience. Successful background check is required.

Preferred Qualifications: Financial aid office experience and familiarity with financial aid related software systems and aid modules. Experience with student integrated systems, mainframe processing, and various personal computer software.

Salary: $28,215 – $34,000; Salary commensurate with education and experience.

For more information and/or to apply, go to:

The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, sex, gender, gender identity, transgender status, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, protected veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions.

College/University: Converse University (Spartanburg, SC)
Job Title: Senior Financial Aid Counselor
Closing Date: Not Specified
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The Senior Financial Aid Counselor & Veterans Services Coordinator will through a courteous, helpful, unbiased, and professional manner serve students, staff, parents, and community members through Student Financial Aid, working on a broad array of student service issues, including: student accounts, financial aid, veterans' benefits, loans, payment plans, orientation, admissions, and registration. The Senior Financial Aid Counselor works with prospects, students, and families to navigate the financial aid process each year from application to awarding to counseling and on financial literacy. The Senior Financial Aid Counselor works directly with the Associate Director of Financial Planning to provide support with office operations, policy, and procedure development, preparing reports, attending meetings, seminars, conferences, and other assigned by the Director.

The Senior Financial Aid Counselor will perform such duties as Federal Workstudy and Institutional employment program administration, assisting with the management of SC State financial aid programs to include evaluation of eligibility for SC residency, and the administration of the SC LIFE, Palmetto Fellows, Hope, and SC Tuition Grant programs, document review and processing, verification of eligibility for federal Title IV financial aid, and organization of the office's filing system. The Senior Financial Aid Counselor must remain up-to-date on federal and state regulations to ensure compliance and must be able to communicate well with students, faculty and staff, and outside agencies. The Senior Financial Aid Counselor must be able to organize, control, and follow through on major projects. Excellent computer skills are required and the candidate must perform complex computer operations and write reports. Oral and written communication skills are necessary.

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College/University: Claflin University (Orangeburg, SC)
Job Title: Associate Director of Financial Aid
Closing Date: Not Specified
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The Associate Director of Financial Aid will report to the Director of Financial Aid and assist in managing and supervising the daily operations of the department/division in alignment with the business and strategic objectives of the University. The Associate Director will operate from a data-informed and equity-focused approach to enhance student access and enrollment in collaboration with multiple internal and external stakeholders. Assumes responsibility for assisting in the management of all facets of the Financial Aid operation and providing oversight for the administration of federal, state, institutional, and outside financial aid programs in accordance with all applicable regulations. The Associate Director will coordinate and manage all state programs to include SCTG, SC HOPE, LIFE, and Palmetto Fellows, oversee the awarding for incoming freshmen and transfers and the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeals, counsel and advise all students who are approved and denied, and conduct audits of state awards. Serves as Coordinator of the South Carolina Tuition Grants Program and all scholarships from the Commission on Higher Education and accepts accountability for the actual transcript verification of eligibility which must be completed in order to request funding from the state agencies. The SCTG program has an estimated funding of $2.9 million and over 1100 students annually. The CHE programs have an estimated funding of $2.5 million and an estimated 550 students annually. Assists in the development of presentations related to student financial aid information and conduct workshops for staff, high schools, and the community. Performs other duties as required to support the mission of the University and to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.


Bachelor’s degree required and a Master’s degree with three years of progressively responsible supervisory experience in a college/university financial aid setting preferred. The successful candidate must possess an exceptional degree of professionalism and demeanor, trust worthiness and dependability, and absolute confidentiality. Must be able to interact effectively with individuals and groups from various social, economic, and educational backgrounds as well as a diverse population. Candidate must be knowledgeable of federal, state, and institutional regulations and guidelines governing student financial aid and applicable programs. Ability to perform need analysis and to award, verify and process student financial aid records, exercise excellent decision-making, and problem-solving skills is required. Must be able to work independently with minimum supervision, manage personnel and coordinate programs, develop and establish financial aid procedures and information, conduct training workshops, and work in a deadline driven environment. Excellent customer service, communication, (oral and written) and presentation skills are necessary to counsel and advise students, provide information to students, colleagues, and the campus community, and interact with Student Financial Aid professionals, agencies, and other stakeholders. Experience implementing Federal and State regulations pertaining to student financial aid and/or student employment is preferred. Experience with current higher education PowerFAIDS/Financial Aid Software, including but not limited to, Jenzabar, MS Office, COD, and NSDLS is strongly preferred.

College/University: Morris College (Sumter, SC)
Job Title: Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Closing Date: Not Specified
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Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Morris College has an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Financial Aid professional. We are looking for an Assistant Director of Financial Aid to assist in the management of our Financial Aid Department. The Assistant Financial Aid Director will ensure that all students are properly packaged and that Title IV funds are received on a timely basis and will lead the financial aid office in the absence of the director.

  • Supervision of the financial aid administrators
  • Knowledge of Powerfaids and Jenzabar financial aid software
  • Management of Pell Grant
  • Return of Title IV calculations
  • Management of South Carolina Tuition Grant Program
  • preparing and posting Title IV monies
  • Knowledge of NAIA regulations as it pertains to administration of Title IV funds and athletic scholarships.
  • Knowledge of the administration of all military funds.
  • Take appointments with students when needed.
  • Knowledge of administration of all Title IV funds.
  • Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Supervisory experience in a Financial Aid department
  • Must have a true sense of customer service
  • Accounting or excellent math skills
  • Attention to detail
  • The successful candidate must demonstrate strong, progressive experience in financial aid.
  • Effective communication skills, and experience working in the for-profit sector are highly desirable.
  • The successful candidate should also posses an in-depth understanding of current rules and regulations affecting financial aid and higher education.
  • Compliance/Regulatory issues. In service training programs.
  • Proficient in all forms of Government Financial Aid; Title IV/ Pell Grants
  • Financial Aid Packaging Procedures
  • State and Federal regulations
  • Student counseling issues.

Benefit Information: Health Insurance, 401K, Dental.

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