Boston Universitys School of Social Work is ranked #10 in the country. The School is dedicated to developing dynamic and diverse practitioners, leaders, and scholars. The faculty and staff are a small group who work collaboratively to accomplish the schools mission. In this role, youll be a critical member of the financial aid and admissions team. On a daily basis, youll counsel prospective and current graduate students on processes, programs, and related issues. Youll connect with non-traditional students via phone and by e-mail. The relationships youll build with prospective students will directly support the Schools recruitment and retention efforts. This position reviews applications for financial aid, and allocates and tracks financial aid funds. Youll award federal, state and institutional funds to deserving students. In addition, youll plan, organize, implement, and evaluate activities related to financial assistance for assigned programs. This position will also require some weekend travel and evenings for information and orientation sessions. The ideal candidate will possess strong analytical skills with a balance of excellent interpersonal skills. Financial aid experience preferred. To be considered for this role, a cover letter is required.
Requires: B.A./B.S., strong communication and interpersonal skills, and three to five years of related experience. Experience with loan processing is preferred.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Internal Number: 8975
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