Employment

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The following is a list of all current job openings at Cardinal Stritch University.

Academic Advisor/Site Manager - Madison, WI

Serves as a professional academic advisor for associate, bachelor, and graduate degree seeking students in the evening programs. This includes new student orientations, counseling students on policies and procedures, and degree completion. This position monitors student progress and assist students in meeting academic goals.    

Manages physical space for University leased location in Madison, Wisconsin, including monitoring and requesting supplies as needed.  Acts as site supervisor to adjunct faculty for issues of timeliness, professionalism etc.  Resolves first-level student/faculty issues and reports all escalated issues to the Assistant Dean of Advising.  Manages the appeal process including paperwork assembly, oversight of appeal check list, and forwarding of appeals to appropriate leadership.   Acts a first-level troubleshooter for equipment/technology concerns and refers escalated issues to appropriate IT personnel.  Acts as site supervisor to other academic advising staff on site.

Financial Aid Service Coordinator

Summary:  The Financial Aid Service Coordinator is a full-time position within the Financial Aid Office at Cardinal Stritch University.  This position is the primary service provider to all walk-ins and phone inquiries.  This person will represent the Financial Aid Office at new student orientations and events.  The person in this position will maintain an awarding population, and be responsible for the counseling of the students in this population as it pertains to their financial aid awards and financial obligations.  They will also order and disburse funds when needed and assist with other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.

Financial Aid Coordinator

Summary:  The Financial Aid Coordinator is a full-time position within the Financial Aid Office at Cardinal Stritch University.  This position will perform a variety of professional and analytical duties within the Financial Aid Office. Responsible for tracking, balancing, and disbursing all financial aid funds.  Provides support and backup to other team members and staff in the Financial Aid Office. Assist with other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.

Accounts Receivable Specialist
The Accounts Receivable Specialist is primarily responsible for providing friendly and helpful services to students, faculty and staff to include tracking and resolving outstanding payment issues and responding to request in a timely manner.  Position
Accounts Receivable Collection Specialist
The Accounts Receivable Collection Specialist is primarily responsible for providing friendly, helpful, and proactive services to non enrolled students who have outstanding and or past due balances.  Position responsibilities may change depending on the action (if any)
Director of Treasury & Risk Management

Summary:  Directs financial planning, manages cash flows, and makes recommendations for investments of funds.  Analyzes financial records to forecast future financial position and budget requirements.  Provides oversight and recommendation for University compliance programs for cash management functions.  Responsible for all risk management insurances, compliance reporting, tax reporting, contract management and debt covenants.

Application Support Specialist/Web Developer

Summary:  Provide administration, maintenance, and day to day support of the University’s web environments.  Provide assistance with the development and support of applications to interface between the university’s ERP system and approved third party internal/external systems.  

Financial Aid Counselor
Responsible for the awarding and advising of current and prospective students.  Serves as a member of the awarding team, and provides support and back-up to other team members and staff in the Financial Aid office.  To be of greater service to our evening adult population, evening and alternate scheduling will be required. There will also be other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Associate Director and/or Director of Financial Aid.