How to apply
An exciting opportunity has arisen at a public research university for a Fees and Funding Officer to join their team on a full time, temporary basis.
The role holder will provide a professional advisory service on funding options to current and potential students and will liaise with departmental academic and administrative staff to ensure a consistent approach to, and knowledge of, student funding. You will assist with general registry functions, tuition fee reporting and service delivery. Contributing to the financial sustainability and growth of the university, you will ensure that tuition fees are recorded on the SITS student record system and provide timely and accurate reporting to the student loans company (SLC). The post holder will also be responsible for assessing, recording and authorising payments made to students under bursary and scholarship schemes.
In order to be considered for this role, you must be educated to degree level or equivalent and have knowledge and understanding of how student funding works and of the relationship with the SLC. Experience of working in a higher education administrative environment, preferably in academic registry or in a student funding capacity, is essential to this position, as is familiarity with the student record system SITS.
You must be available immediately in order to be considered for this role.
If you are interested in finding out more information about this new opportunity, please register your interest below by submitting your CV in Word format; a cover letter is not required at this stage.