The University of Nebraska at Omaha is seeking an
Athletic Aid Certification Specialist
Office of Financial Support/Scholarship
Responsible for determining that the financial aid a student-athlete is being offered is within the maximum limits and award criteria allowed, and when required will process reductions of athletic GIA (Grant-In-Aid) as needed to stay within allowable limits. Assist the Assistant Registrar with the required Reduction and Non-Renewal notifications from the Office of Financial Support & Scholarships, including creating and proofing the letters and appeal information being sent. Responsible for processing the approved Athletic GIA scholarships, including the actual award entry into the PeopleSoft system, and reviewing the automatic adjustments of federal and institutional aid to keep within federal and institutional guidelines. This position will assist with reconciling awards and scholarships entered and awards and scholarships disbursed to Student Accounts. Work cooperatively with members of the UNO Compliance Department in Athletics and the Faculty Athletic Representative to assure a consistent shared database of information and to assist in any NCAA or Summit League inquiry. Review and prepare data needed for any NCAA or conference audit.
This position provides support to the Assistant Director, Scholarships for other projects as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree
- 2 years administrative experience
Salary Information: Commensurate with Qualifications
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Initial screening for minimum qualifications will begin immediately. Detailed review of applications for candidacy will begin on or after 10/13/2021. To ensure full consideration, please apply by the review date.
All interested parties must apply through the UNO Website listed in the ad. Materials submitted directly to this site will not be considered.
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