Closes: Sunday, November 12, 2017
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Minimum of associate's degree and one year of experience. Strong administrative, organizational and customer service skills; accounting experience; working knowledge of current office-related software, including work with databases, and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment; excellent oral and written communication skills.
Previous experience in a financial aid office and/or scholarship program; experience with Datatel software. Candidate should have proven ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with students and staff, and be able to work independently.
Duties include but are not limited to: electronically process financial aid applications; maintain files; authorize payments of funds; reconcile expenditures and prepare reports; coordinate SAP appeals; assist with reconciliation of State and Federal grants; assist with Return to Title IV calculations; assist with payment on modular classes; maintain spread sheets and assist in contacting students about overpayments; assist students with the financial aid process; coordinate the Foundation Scholarship software (AcademicWorks); advise students on Caution, Warning and Probation for Financial Aid; assist in reconciling and maintain records for the Child Care Grant and other State scholarship programs; assist in coordinating and posting outside scholarships including Golden Leaf and SECU People Helping People scholarship and other duties as assigned.
How to Apply
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:Applicants must submit a fully completed ACC online application, college transcripts, and a letter of interest to be considered for this position.
Applications with references of "see resume" will not be accepted.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: