The Bursar's office bills and collects tuition, fees, campus housing, and other university related charges. The Bursar's office also processes and disburses all federal, state, third party and campus-based funds to students' accounts and refunds any overpayments on the students' accounts. Further responsibilities include loan collections, cashier's office oversight, fiscal reporting of student financial assistance programs, student loan and AR debt management, and all record keeping and accounting functions of the student financial assistance programs.
Supervises and supports the Cashier's office with administrative rights to TouchNet cashiering system. Daily close out and generation of ACH files for processing.
Provide leadership, training, supervision and professional development of staff members.
Supervise and reconciles the disbursements of all federal, state and private loans. Coordinates variances with Student Financial Aid for corrections.
Supervise the maintenance and collection of the Perkins, Nursing, Norris and Owen Student Loan Programs and internal collections. Insures compliance with program guidelines and due diligence requirements.
Coordinates all accounting transactions for the student loan programs, including non-cash items to protect the integrity of the student loan portfolio for reporting purposes.
Insures compliance of all federal and state regulations and guidelines for student financial assistance programs.
Prepare annual reports for audits, compile FISAP report, and the AOR report.
Counsels students and loan borrowers on their rights and responsibilities in accepting financial aid assistance. Coordinates and conducts entrance and exit interviews for Perkins and Nursing loan borrowers as mandated by federal regulations.
Manages and coordinates all activity to meet deadlines.
Monitors and maintains the confidentiality of students and loan borrower's records.
Monitors default rates to insured continual eligibility for all loan programs.
Work closely with federal, state, and internal auditors.
Develop and execute auditing and quality assurance procedures to monitor all daily performance of staff.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education Requirements:
Four year degree in a business related field from an accredited institution.
Minimum Experience and Skill Requirements:
A minimum of three years administrative experience with progressive responsibilities is also required.
Two years of supervision experience required.
Three years' experience with regulatory guidelines or state and federal compliance required.
Must demonstrate excellent interpersonal, organizational, oral and written communication.
Must have the ability to exercise sound decision-making and a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, as well as the ability to multi-task and work independently.
Must be proficient in MS Office Suite, as well as general systems applications.
Must demonstrate initiative, integrity and ability to manage confidential information.
Must have exceptional customer service skills.
Must have the ability to work cooperatively with others.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Along with the application, the following items must be included:
Letter of application
Internal Number: 9089
About Murray State University
Murray State University, located in far western Kentucky, serves as a nationally recognized residential comprehensive university, with a strong extended campus and online presence, offering high-quality associate, baccalaureate, masters, specialist and doctorate degrees.