Current Job Postings



Enrollment Coordinator 
Middle Tennessee State University (Posted on TASFAA May 18th)

The Enrollment Coordinator (EC) is a cross-functional position in the MT One Stop that combines elements of skills and functions across Enrollment Management that include: Admissions, Financial Aid, Scheduling, Records, and Bursar's office. The EC's serve as the primary point of contact to students as they navigate services related to the enrollment process primarily financial aid and scheduling. The EC's serve as a financial aid counselor to determine the need for financial aid intervention; advising students regarding the application process for various sources of financial aid assistance, outstanding requirements, the verification process and potential eligibility.

More information about this position can be found Here.


Technical Support Clerk
Tennessee College of Applied Technology Elizabethton (Posted on TASFAA May 15th)

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Elizabethton is accepting applications for the position of Technical Support Clerk.

Qualifications:  The successful applicant must possess a high school diploma with a post-secondary credential preferred. Three years of work experience in education or a business environment a must.  Candidates must have excellent computer skills and knowledge of word processing and spreadsheets.  Excellent communication skills a must as well as the ability to deal with the public and have proper phone etiquette.  Knowledge of student support services, such as student information management systems, student support and financial aid a plus.

More information about this position can be found Here.



Assistant Director -  Financial Aid Office
Middle Tennessee State University (Posted on TASFAA April 23rd)

Administer the University's scholarship programs including institutional merit / competitive scholarships, foundation scholarships, and departmental scholarships. Based on related guidelines, award eligible students and reconcile these funds on a monthly basis. Provide training and oversight to designated scholarship staff members regarding administration of the Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship (TELS), Dual Enrollment Grant (DEG) and external scholarships; Counsel students and parents and respond to questions related to scholarship eligibility requirements; ensure scholarship website is current; provide required statistical and monthly status reports; evaluate new scholarship software programs and maintain programs; provide scholarship information to campus departments for compliance and accountability; supervise scholarship coordinators and perform other related duties and special projects as assigned.   

More information about this position can be found Here.



Student Financial Aid Officer
Vanderbilt University (Posted on TASFAA April 20th)

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 this position can be found Here.


Financial Aid Assistant
Tennessee State University (Posted on TASFAA April 14th)

Assists in the area of student financial aid including: Assisting students and parents with questions or issues at the front desk and on the phone; processing routine correspondence and verification paperwork; reviews reports to assist in ensuring compliance with financial aid rules and regulations, other general administrative support for directors in the office; perform other clerical and customer service related duties as assigned.  Position opened today and will be posted until April 22, 2015. More information can be found at:  https://jobs.tnstate.edu for more detailed information. Advertised Salary:    $19,659 - $23,590.


Tennessee Promise Scholarship Coordinator
Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (Posted on TASFAA April 13th)

The Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC), a state agency located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, is seeking to fill the Tennessee Promise Scholarship Coordinator position. Reporting to the Associate Executive Director of Grant & Scholarship Programs, the Tennessee Promise Scholarship Coordinator is a member of the Grants and Scholarships Division of TSAC. The Coordinator’s primary duty is to administer the Tennessee Promise Scholarship program by processing aid program payments and adjustments to postsecondary institutions; managing various activity reports and rosters; corresponding with students, parents, and schools in regard to the application and awarding processes; establishing and maintaining effective communication with the Partnering Organizations; and other duties as assigned. Some in-state travel is required.

More information about the position can be found here.



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.


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 https://jobs.uwf.edu



Registrar
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
tsmith@JohnsonU.edu

More information about the position can be found here.



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