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If you want to be continually challenged,
If you want to do something extraordinary and rewarding,
If you want to join an employee-focused workplace,
ATI Schools and Colleges might be for you
ATI’s mission is to provide career training and education that can transform individuals and positively impact entire communities. We are guided by our commitment to students and teammates in all that we do so that they will, in turn, positively impact their families and the communities in which they live and work.
Led by our passionate professionals, we have helped many students prepare for new career opportunities, assisting them through the entire career training process...from exploring career interests, to financial aid options, to the registration process, to graduation and the beginning of a new career. If you want to help us help others, then this career opportunity might be for you – read on!
The Financial Services Advisor (FSA) advises students throughout their educational tenure with ATI by providing an understanding of their fiscal responsibility training such as: credit awareness, budgeting, and the importance of loan repayment. The goal is to establish and sustain a healthy trust and rapport with students to increase retention and to encourage students to communicate with the FSA should they encounter financial difficulties in repaying educational loans. The objective is to assist students in avoiding delinquency on their student loans, thereby lowering the campus’ default rate percentage.
TYPICAL WORK HOURS
The FSA should mirror their hours to the needs of the campus(es) that they service. A typical schedule would include three early days (9am - 6pm) and two late days (10:30am - 7:30pm). This job is eligible for overtime pay.
Conduct daily phone, e-mail, and personal contact with active and inactive students (and their references) regarding the financial management of their loans
Reconcile student account balances and statuses with the ATI Career Training Loan servicer
Record information about financial status of students and status of collection efforts in CampusVue
Maintain contact with student loan firms (lending institutions, guarantee agencies, and default management services)
Conduct classroom presentations to discuss the financial management options of student loans available to students
Work as a liaison between the institution, third party default management agencies and lenders to ensure the student is aware of the requirements of a deferment and forbearance
Conduct exit counseling for all students prior to their anticipated graduation date to ensure they are familiar with the financial management options of student loans, their repayment requirements, and repayment options
Monitor default management reports and contact students who are at risk of default to complete a deferment or forbearance application
Monitor past due reports and contact delinquent in-school students for minimum monthly payments, establishing a timeline and payment plan to bring student to current status
Work with other departments to schedule activities to encourage on-time payments
Manage ATI Career Training Loans including application completion, receipt of funds, and timely depositing of money
Monitor and update third party collection agencies
Work with other departments in providing information to students who might qualify for additional funding, job resources, etc.
Other duties as assigned
ATI offers an exciting, ethical work atmosphere, supportive, on-the-job training programs to help ensure your success in the workplace; and a competitive compensation and benefits package including, medical/dental/vision, short-term disability and life insurance, 401(k) plan, and more.
ATI’s 7 Core Values
Integrity, Trust and Respect • Teammate Focus • Student Success Driven
Employer Satisfaction • Teamwork & Learning • Communicate • Energy & Enthusiasm
To learn more about our company, visit our website, www.aticareertraining.edu
High school diploma or equivalent from an academic institution accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education
Strong commitment to customer service, as well as excellent organizational, interpersonal, and presentation skills
Comfortable with public speaking and have the willingness and flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed
Proficiency with MS Office
Handle school information, including but not limited to, regulatory information, student account balances and payment history, exposure to personal information including names, addresses, phone numbers, birthdays, and Social Security numbers with confidentiality
Identifies key barriers/core problems and applies problem solving skills in order to deal creatively with complex situations
Some college coursework from an academic institution accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education
Previous experience in collections or loan servicing
CampusVue proficiency is a plus
Typical Indoor Office environment; little / no exposure to elements
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
Percentage (%) of time in position:
Walking: 5% Pulling: 1% Pushing: 1% Standing: 5% Lifting: 5% Climbing: 1% Squatting/Kneeling: 1% Cramped or confined space: 1% Sitting: 80%