Current Job Postings

Associate Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid
Cornell University Law School (Posted on TASFAA March 26th)

Reporting to the Dean and serving as a member of the Law School’s senior leadership team, the Associate Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid is responsible for all aspects of the School’s professional (JD) admissions process, including: development and execution of a strategic enrollment plan; recruitment, selection, enrollment, and retention of a highly qualified and motivated student body; and the integration of marketing and recruitment strategies with existing and developing communications and social networking technologies. The Associate Dean is responsible for the leadership, management, and overall performance of the Admissions and Financial Aid staff. The Associate Dean has three direct reports: Director of Financial Aid; Associate Director of Admissions; and the Director of Admissions Programs & Recruitment, who oversees four staff members. In addition, the Associate Dean oversees the Law School’s professional financial aid functions which include awarding and disbursement of over $6 million in annual scholarships and grants, implementation of federal and private loan programs, administration of the Law School’s loan forgiveness program, and administration of the Law School’s federal work-study program.

More information about the position can be found here.

Technical Clerk
Tennessee State University (Posted on TASFAA March 23rd)

This position reports to the Associate Director of Financial aid. The main responsibilities include downloading all electronic federal data to import FAFSA's into the Banner system; verifying, completing, and logging documents received; and being the key contact in our office for the BDMS-Banner scanning/indexing system. He/she will also train and supervise federal work study students who assist with scanning and indexing. Additional responsibilities include printing and mailing of routine written correspondence to new students through established electronic processes. Staff member must adhere to the federal Title IV rules and regulations and their application in relation to the packaging of Title IV and ensure compliance with data retention standards in conjunction with federal regulations. This is an hourly position, salary range of $23,754 - $28,505. Requirements include graduation from a standard High school, experience with Microsoft Office Suite, ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in written form, and knowledge of financial aid guidelines and regulations. Please go to: for more detailed information.

Associate Director of Financial Aid
University of West Florida (Posted on TASFAA March 23rd)

The University of West Florida invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate Director of Financial Aid (#103690). The University seeks an articulate and detail oriented individual who will provide strong leadership and exemplary customer service skills. Reporting to the Director of Financial Aid and a member of the Enrollment Affairs team, the Associate Director will be responsible for the daily operations of the Financial Aid office to include supervision and training of personnel, administrative responsibility of special programs, evaluation and awarding of student financial aid, advising and counseling students and parents, and conducting outreach on and off campus. The Associate Director will lead the Financial Literacy initiative as well as chair the Financial Literacy committee. The successful candidate will possess a master’s degree and four years of appropriate experience; or a bachelor’s degree and six years of appropriate experience. Apply online at

Financial Aid Specialist
Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Memphis (Posted on TASFAA March 20th)

Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Memphis seeks a highly skilled professional to serve as the Financial Aid Specialist. This position requires at least an AS degree, BS preferred; 3-5 years of experience with Department of Education regulations related to processing federal and state financial aid; and/or, the Department of Veteran Affairs related to all eligible educational funding programs. Experience in post-secondary setting preferred; Evidence of exceptional communication skills and computer skills, such as MS Office suite. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, resume, college transcript(s) and application to:
Tennessee College of Applied Technology- Memphis
Attention: Pam Farley
550 Alabama Ave.
Memphis, TN 38105

Johnson University (Posted on TASFAA March 10th)

Johnson University seeks a highly skilled professional to serve as the Registrar. The position requires a Master's degree with at least five years of work experience in postsecondary education with three years’ of that work experience in one of the areas of Enrollment Services (Registrar’s Office, Admissions Office, or Financial Aid Office), or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. Experience with Jenzabar EX system preferred. Position carries faculty status. Salary Range is competitive. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resumé to:

Dr. Tommy Smith
Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost

More information about the position can be found here.

Financial Aid Coordinator
Chattanooga State Community College (Posted on TASFAA February 10th)

Chattanooga State is seeking a skilled financial aid professional to administer functions as it relates to federal, state, and institutional financial aid awards. The successful candidate will oversee the fiscal management of all aid programs including disbursement activities and reconciling accounts. The candidate will monitor compliance of all financial aid programs in accordance with federal policy and institutional guidelines. The individual will also support and participate in decisions related to verification, professional judgments, satisfactory academic progress, state appeals, processing procedures, and annual Banner Software updates.

More information about the position can be found here.

Default Aversion Field Rep for western Tennessee
Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (Posted on TASFAA February 5rd)

Student Loan Counseling Service, Inc.(SLCS), a wholly owned subsidiary of CBE Companies, is seeking applications from qualified individuals for the position of Default Aversion Field Representative for the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC). This contract position will be located in western Tennessee and will provide professional support services to borrowers attending Tennessee postsecondary educational institutions regarding student loan default aversion. Selected individuals will work from home and travel regionally throughout Tennessee to educate borrowers about their student loan obligations and repayment options. She or he will work with postsecondary schools in western Tennessee to provide educational tools and services to the school’s respective borrowers. This contract position will report to and be directed by TSAC on a daily basis and will use TSAC’s software and IT products to support functions of this position. Work space will be provided at TSAC’s facility in Nashville as needed.

More information about the position can be found here.

Executive Director, Financial Aid (451)
Lincoln Memorial University (Posted on TASFAA February 3rd)

Lincoln Memorial University invites applications for the full time position of Executive Director, Financial Aid. The Executive Director of Financial Aid is responsible for the administration, compliance and innovation of the University’s financial assistance programs, including grants, scholarships, loans and federal work-study. Qualifications; Required: Bachelor’s degree and minimum of five years’ related experience in administration of financial aid. Preferred: Advanced degree. Review of applications will begin immediately. 

More information about the position can be found here.

Financial Aid Officer
Vanderbilt University (Posted on TASFAA February 2nd)

The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships is an integral part of University Enrollment Affairs at Vanderbilt University. The Financial Aid Officer position will function within a collaborative enrollment environment, assisting in the overall counseling and related assistance to all prospective and eligible undergraduate as well as graduate and professional students. The Financial Aid Officer will support the goals and mission of the university by counseling students and parents regarding the financial aid application process of federal, state, and institutional student financial aid program eligibility while performing thorough needs analysis and aid awarding. Vanderbilt University is a national leader in making an education affordable for all students without regard to their economic circumstances.

More information about the position can be found here.

Loans and Scholarships Program Coordinator
Higher Education and Ministry (Posted on TASFAA February 2nd)

Provides assistance to Loans and Scholarships program manager in administering the loan/scholarship program process. Utilizes multiple computer programs to enter and review data to process loan applications and provide customer assistance regarding status of loan in process and loan repayment. Utilizes several databases to compile reports for daily function of the office. Works collaboratively with manager on assigned interoffice projects as needed.

More information about the position can be found here.

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