Trinity in Washington, a comprehensive university in the nation’s capital seeks an Assistant Vice President of Financial Aid and Enrollment Services who will be a part of a dynamic team in the Office of Enrollment Services. Trinity emphasizes excellence and innovation in teaching and learning across a full range of liberal arts and professional disciplines in undergraduate and graduate education. This position reports to the vice president for enrollment services, and is responsible for providing the overall direction and management of the Trinity’s financial aid programs as well as the “one-stop shop” Enrollment Services Center. The position is responsible for managing all financial aid programs and participates in the formulation, implementation and assessment of financial aid and enrollment strategies. The AVP also serves as a member of the enrollment management team to assist in developing, monitoring and implementing best practices related to scholarship allocation and financial aid processing.
The college has an institution wide commitment to inclusion, diversity and community. Trinity actively engages in recruiting a diverse student body by serving members of historically underrepresented groups. Institutional scholarship programs strive to build and sustain a welcoming and supportive campus environment by providing innovative and flexible financial support.
Primary responsibilities include: ensure compliance with Federal Title IV and state regulations; oversee the administration of all federal, state, local and institutional aid programs; package and award financial aid to accomplish enrollment goals; monitor student financial aid budget in line with university approved expenditure levels; identify and implement department goals; create and maintain data in PowerCampus and PowerFAIDS to achieve the goals of the department; manage, train, and supervise cross-trained staff in the Enrollment Services Center; maintain the Financial Aid Policy and Procedures manual; counsel students and parents regarding financial aid issues; ensure effective and accurate transmission of financial aid data and information to campus offices and outside vendors; complete the Fiscal Operations Report and Application to Participate (FISAP).
The successful candidate will have a proven record of success in strong financial management, data analysis, reporting, supervisory, and counseling and team building skills. In addition, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate knowledge of applicable federal and state regulations/programs; work closely with the Office of Admissions and Student Life in addressing student and family financial concerns. The AVP must have the intellectual vision and energy to work effectively and collaboratively with all parts of the university community.
A bachelor’s degree, masters preferred plus 7 to 10 years of progressively responsible experience at the Director level, with experience drawn from higher education is required. The candidate must possess the ability to provide strong leadership and management experience in a complex higher education environment. Experience with PowerCampus and PowerFaids is preferred.
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Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.