Associate Director of Student Accounts, Multidisciplinary College, Manhattan, NY

Company: Kelly Services ( Learn More )

General Information
US-NY-New York
$85,000.00 - $90,000.00 /Year
4 Year Degree
Full-Time
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Job Description Associate Director in Student Accounts Office for a multidisciplinary college located in New York City. We are looking for a seasoned individual with strong supervisory experience, who worked with Student Accounts for an institution that has an enrollment of at least 2500. COMPANY OVERVIEW: Our client is a multidisciplinary college known for its unparalleled faculty and innovative curriculum offering the BFA, MFA, MA, MAT and MPS degrees. The college is comprised of more than 6,000 students at its Manhattan campus and 35,000 alumni in 100 countries. POSITION: The Associate Director assists in the supervision of Student Accounts staff, procedures, collections and cash management functions as well as oversight of office functionality. RESPONSIBILITIES: - Assist in the management of the daily operations of the Student Accounts office including daily cash processing, reporting, staffing, training, and supervising professional and support staff - Assist in establishing and implementing department goals, objectives, and strategies to improve Student Accounts operations - Continue to support the growth of the College and provide unsurpassed customer service to our students and parents - Manage student refunds, withdrawals, non-negotiated checks, unclaimed funds, Veteran programs and GI Bill processes, ensuring compliance - Manage the collections process, including but not limited to creating and monitoring A/R aging, preparing accounts for collections, working directly with collections agency, evaluating agency performance and bad debt. - Manage the Student Accounts website to ensure accurate and effective communication of information to the school community, as well as any other online and print resources and update the Policies and Procedures Manuals - Monitor federal and state laws and regulations. Evaluate policies and procedures to ensure the college-s compliance under federal and state laws and regulations such as cash handling, refunds, privacy, and fair credit reporting - Assist the Director with responsibilities including but not limited to tuition and fee billing, 1098T processing, and internal/external reporting - Other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Accounts REQUIREMENTS: - Bachelor-s degree required; and experience in Student Accounts or similar field - At least 2-3 years of supervisory experience - Excellent working knowledge of accounts receivable principles, methods, and standards with ability to adapt established methods to varied accounting transactions - Knowledge of Ellucian Colleague software desired, or similar systems - Must be able to adapt to change and have strong time management skills in order to meet not only institutional but government deadlines - Strong written and interpersonal skills; must have the ability to resolve disputes and inquiries in writing with polish and poise - Excellent communication skills: must have the ability to listen well and demonstrate sensitivity to and respect for individual needs - Solid skills in the following areas: conflict resolution, problem-solving, innovation, organization and planning - Poised, calm and professional demeanor - Flexibility and willingness to work overtime and weekends as office needs dictate - Experience with Microsoft Office Suite; proficiency in Excel required Kelly Services is an equal opportunity employer. For immediate consideration, please send your resume and cover letter in WORD format to [Click Here to Email Your Resumé] or call at 212-949-8545.
Job Requirements- Bachelor-s degree required; and experience in Student Accounts or similar field - Must worked with Student Accounts for an institution that has an enrollment of at least 2500. At least 2-3 years of supervisory experience - Excellent working knowledge of accounts receivable principles, methods, and standards with ability to adapt established methods to varied accounting transactions