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Description: Directs the Student Financial Services program at WWU. Oversees activities related to WWU Accounts
Receivable, Federal, State and Institutional Financial Aid Programs, Student Employment Program, Financial Counseling and Student Loan Center The incumbent supervises the receipt, evaluation, and requests approval for all programs; and establishes procedures for financial transactions with students. Five or more years of experience in all aspects of college student financial service administration is preferred. Experience within a program of similar complexity and scope is required. Experience with a highly automated financial aid management system and highly trained staff is required. Must have a general knowledge of federal, state and institutional regulations as they pertain to the programs administered by the office. Be willing to learn applicable state and federal regulations. Position depends heavily on a trained staff to be creative and establish daily policies and procedures for their area of responsibility. Works closely with Academic Records, MES, Student Life, Academic Administration and Advancement.
For more details and to complete WWU's on-line employment application, please visit: wallawalla.edu/HR Please Note: WWU doesn't have a resume due date for applying, once the position is filled, the job posting will be removed from WWU's website. The resume due date on the NAD website is a place holder.
Experience: o Education: Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field such as Business, Communications, Public Administration, or equivalent experience; Master’s degree preferred.
o Licenses/Certifications: NASFAA; WAFAA
o Years of experience: 3-5 years, 5-10 years preferred.
o Computer Programs, Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc)
o Must be able to communicate difficult and complex information effectively both in writing and verbally, to students, parents, auditors, high school counselors, employees, college administrators, and other constituents of the financial aid office. Must be able to oversee automated financial aid management systems and monitor and audit transactions to ensure compliance with all state, federal regulations and college policies. Needs to have a passion for affordability of Christian education; people person.
Contact:Human Resources204 S College Ave
College Place, WA firstname.lastname@example.org