Coordinator for Professional Judgment

Coordinator for Professional Judgment

Colorado State University

Colorado State University seeks applications for a Coordinator for Professional Judgment.

Job Description

The Coordinator for Professional Judgment reports to the Assistant Director for Student Eligibility and serves as a primary member of the Student Eligibility team. The position has primary oversight and responsibility for all forms of professional judgment appeals made in accordance with federal guidelines. The Coordinator for Professional Judgment is expected to serve as the subject matter expert in basic principles of student eligibility, application, verification, and professional judgment as prescribed by federal regulations and institutional policies which administer those regulations. These functions are accomplished by performing these duties: Serve as the primary contact within the Office of Financial Aid for all professional judgment appeals Oversee policies, procedures, and processing of all professional judgment appeals, including: Needs analysis and EFC appeals Cost of attendance budget appeals Dependency overrides Maintain current and up to date understanding of federal regulations and guidelines pertaining to professional judgment Work closely with the Verification Coordinator to verify student files Provide support as necessary to all areas of the Student Eligibility team The Coordinator for Professional Judgment works to ensure that the Office of Financial Aid, Operations Unit, and Student Eligibility team activities are managed efficiently, effectively, compliantly, and in adherence to the mission and culture of the University.

Application Instructions

For full consideration, please submit application materials by 11:59 pm (MT) on 3/29/21. A complete application consists of a cover letter which addresses the required and preferred job qualifications, a resume, and the contact information for three professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.