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Company: Aultman Health Foundation
Location: Canton, OH
Career Level: Associate
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

Description

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITES (SUMMARY)

The Financial Aid Administrator reports directly to the Director of Finance and Financial Aid.  The Financial Aid Administrator is responsible for the day to day activities related to financial aid.   

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor Degree; preferably in business, social science, humanities, counseling, education, or a related field
  • Two years of financial aid experience
  • An understanding of Department of Education regulations pertaining to financial aid

 

POSITION PREFERENCES

  • Experience using PowerFAIDS
  • VA School Certifying Official (SCO) training
  • Familiarity with Ohio grant and scholarship programs

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Strong verbal, written, analytical, and interpersonal skills
  • Skill in fiscal and educational abilities
  • Ability to work with a variety of constituencies
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Commitment to improving customer service, education, and college processes

 

PERFORMANCE MEASURES & STANDARDS

  1. Inform students, parents and community members about financial aid opportunities and assist in completing applications
  2. Coordinate and assist in the processing and maintenance of financial aid
  3. Determine students' financial aid eligibility and package awards
  4. Coordinate the processing and calculation of federal and state aid with the Bursar's Office
  5. Issue and process verifications for students
  6. Maintain accurate and up-to-date student financial aid files
  7. Maintain and process students' satisfaction progress status
  8. Maintain ongoing communication with students regarding their financial aid status and information needed to complete the process
  9. Prepare and communicate exit interview information for students graduating or not returning to the College
  10. Stay current of Department of Education regulations and procedures
  11. Coordinate the financial aid portion of student registration/orientation
  12. Respect privacy and dignity of others
  13. Communicate effectively (verbal, nonverbal, and electronic)
  14. Actively support the College Mission and Values
  15.  Perform other duties as assigned

 

ROLE WITHIN THE CULTURE OF ASSESSMENT

Each administrator, staff, and faculty member is expected to understand, value, prioritize, and communicate assessment as a critical institutional practice.  Everyone has a responsibility to support the culture of assessment with behaviors that facilitate and sustain practices.  Position-specific responsibilities include:

  • Understand data collection/reporting obligations
  • Report on time and share information with appropriate director/ manager before submitting to IEC

 

PHYSICAL/MENTAL DEMAND AND WORK ENVIRONMENT

Working conditions in office areas are good. Office activities may include extended time sitting and computer operation that may result in eye strain. Moderate levels of noise and constant interruption exist. Position requires much mental activity, study, reading and decision making. Physical demands are minimal and considered sedentary with occasional lifting and/or carrying of records, files and books -10 pounds maximum.

 

Occasional irregular hours and travel

 

Provide timely response to externally/internally imposed conditions and deadlines.


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