Posted in Other 12 days ago.
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
8:00am - 7:00pm varies
One Stop Student Services
Academic Affairs - DIV
Up to $38,000.00 commensurate with experience
In 2020, the University of North Florida (UNF) received the prestigious INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award, the only application-based national award for U.S. colleges and universities that exhibit an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion across their campuses. In addition, UNF ranked highest among the HEED institutions and was recognized as a 2020 Diversity Champion.
The University of North Florida (UNF) is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all who interact in our community. In building this environment, we strive to attract students, faculty and staff from a variety of cultures, backgrounds and life experiences. The University of North Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not commit or permit discrimination or harassment on the basis of genetic information, race, color, religion, age, sex, disability, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, or veteran status in any educational, employment, social, recreational program or activity that it offers. In addition, UNF will not commit or permit retaliation against an individual who reports discrimination or harassment or an individual who cooperates in an investigation of an alleged violation of university regulation.
UNF is a Carnegie Community Engaged Institution. This designation celebrates the University's collaboration with community partners from the local to the global level. It reflects UNF's mission to contribute to the public good and prepare educated, engaged citizens.
The University of North Florida promotes the quality and effectiveness of education and strives to maintain the highest standards of academic excellence in all phases of instruction, research/scholarship/creative activity, and service.
The One-Stop Coordinator, under the direction of an Assistant Director or above, assists in the design, development and implementation of departmental processes and/or programs. Recommends policies and procedures to ensure effective coordination of departmental programs.
Provide cross-functional services in the areas of Admissions, Records and Registration, and Financial Aid to prospective students, current students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and the University community. Provide proactive and on-the-spot, independent diagnostic support and problem resolution in a broad range of areas and issues related to Enrollment Services functions. Offer assistance to the public in-person, virtually, over the phone, and through e-mail or other written correspondence. Adhere to the confidentiality rules and restrictions set forth by FERPA for use in handling all Enrollment Services activities.
Maintain knowledge of University, departmental, federal, and state regulation and policies with emphasis on Enrollment Services functions. Research and interpret University policy and regulatory guidelines to resolve complex inquiries related to Enrollment Services functions. Exercise authority to implement student record changes and grant discretionary exception to certain university policies.
Evaluate student needs and determine possible courses of action using a wholistic approach that considers each student's academic standing, financial picture, and pace to graduate. Collaborates with team members and University partners to provide individualized service that considers each student's unique circumstances.
Advise students and parents on in-depth financial aid matters concerning FAFSA applications, financial aid eligibility and disbursement of aid, as well as cost of attendance figures, difference and benefits of different aid types and estimated family contribution formulas. Troubleshoot FAFSA errors and missing financial aid requirements with students and families, providing steps to resolve issues preventing financial aid awarding or disbursement.
Assists University/Board of Trustees/Board of Governors administrators and intra-institutional groups in resolving specific admissions and/or registration problems and in disseminating information in regard to SUS/university rules, policies, and contracts.
One-Stop Staff spend approximately 70% of their time doing diagnostic support and problem resolution in one-on-one interactions with students or families. While they are responsible for knowing federal, state, and university guidelines, it is the One-Stop Coordinators critical challenge to review each individual circumstance and interpret for the student what impact their options have on their academic and financial trajectory. One-Stop Coordinators then advise on which options are in the best interest of the student. This financial advising is critical for maintaining certain University performance metrics like student retention and student debt ratios.As an example, One-Stop Coordinators use independent judgement when students visit One-Stop to discuss potential dropping of, or withdrawal from, courses. Students need to first understand how these course changes may alter their present and future financial aid eligibility. Though guidelines exist, a student's EFC (from FAFSA) and unique award offer can drastically change which options are possible or are in the best interest of the student. One-Stop Coordinators evaluate each student's situation based on the student's unique financial circumstances, classification (year-in-college), offered aid (with varying requirements), enrollment status, FAFSA results, progress towards graduation, residency status, previous financial aid history, and academic performance. One-Stop Coordinators conduct this evaluation independently to provide students with the best options for their situation while providing the expected outcomes of each option. These options can mean the difference between a student receiving their financial aid, losing renewal eligibility in future terms, or taking on additional loan debt.
Must be able to work on the occasional Saturday to assist/participate in Enrollment Services events. During declared campus emergencies, this position may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off campus location or place of residence.
Continually looks for ways to improve service to students, parents, faculty, staff, and the University community. May be called upon to serve on University committees to review and make decisions on student appeals. Performs related duties and assigned projects as required or requested by a supervisor of his/her area(s).
Prepares correspondence in final form.
A Master's degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization; or a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university and two years of experience directly related to the job functions.
A Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution or a Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited institution and two years of experience. Experience working in customer service setting required. Experience in higher education admissions/enrollment services experience strongly encouraged. Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills (both spoken and written) are required. Must possess a strong sense of the importance of customer service. Must be well organized. Must have capacity to learn and implement strong conflict resolution skills. Must have strong computer skills. Must be familiar with enrollment services activities and responsibilities within the SUS. Total support of the goals, initiatives, policies and procedures of Enrollment Services as set by both the President and the Provost is required.
This position requires a background check. In conjunction with the University's policy, this position may also require a credit check.
This position has been designated as a Campus Security Authority (CSA). This position has been designated as a CSA because it involves significant responsibility for student and campus activities and/or responsibility for campus security. As such, any person in this position must report to the University Police Department a crime or an incident that might be a crime that he/she becomes aware of. This position has a reporting requirement because the University believes that responsibility for students, campus activities and/or campus security will make the holder of this position someone members of the University community will see as an authority figure and someone to whom they can seek help. A CSA is not expected to investigate or determine whether a criminal incident actually took place. A CSA's responsibility is a duty to report. All positions designated as CSAs are required to complete an online or in-person training session. For more information concerning the training sessions or CSAs, please contact the University Police Department at (904) 620-2800 or the Office of the General Counsel at (904) 620-2828.
The holder of this position is designated as a "Responsible Employee" pursuant to their role under Title IX. Therefore, the incumbent must promptly report allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual violence, and child sexual abuse by or against any student, employee, contractor, or visitor to the University's Title IX Administrator or any divisional Title IX Coordinator.
Staff members in this position may not participate in the education benefit in the fall semester because it is the busiest time of the year for One-Stop Student Services; they may take one course during the spring semester and two courses in the summer semester.
Calvin Pyko, 620-1014
Brett Butler, 620-2881
Applicants must complete an online application, as well as upload supplemental documents, at
www.unfjobs.org in order to be considered for this position. Please include three references with your application. Applicants who do not apply online and/or upload all the required documents will not be considered for this position. Once you submit both your completed application and uploaded documents you will receive a confirmation number. Keep the confirmation number for your records. If you have any questions about this position, please contact Calvin Pyko at (904) 620-1014, or email@example.com.
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