Department: Department Of Education
Agency: Federal Student Aid
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The area of consideration for this position is "All Recruiting Sources"-All qualified U.S. citizens. Announcement FSA-2013-0121 is open concurrently with an area of consideration of "Federal Agencies" for status candidates. Applicants with non-competitive eligibility (i.e. VEOA, Sch. A, etc.) should also apply under announcement FSA-2013-0121.
Join our Team! Federal Student Aid (FSA) is Funding America's Future, One Student At A Time. Our Vision: To be the most trusted and reliable source of student financial aid, information and services in the nation.
How would you like to work for the largest organization within the Department of Education (ED) with approximately 1,200 employees located in Washington, DC and in 10 regional offices throughout the United States? That organization is the office of Federal Student Aid (FSA). FSA is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation, providing more than $150 billion each year in grants, loans, and work-study funds to 15 million students attending college or career school. FSA is also responsible for managing or overseeing $948 billion in outstanding loans - representing 163 million student loans to more than 38 million borrowers. Just think: you will be among a team of experts who are responsible for helping millions of students achieve their goals. At Federal Student Aid, we are proud to sponsor millions of American minds pursuing higher education. Every part of our team from student aid delivery and servicing operations to vendor and contract management to budgeting and cost control plays an essential role in achieving our mission.
This position is located in the U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid, Program Compliance, School Eligibility Service Group(SESG). The School Eligibility Service Group is responsible for the oversight services of eligible postsecondary Title IV schools and their servicers. This includes institutional and program eligibility, resolving and analyzing an institution's compliance audits and financial statements, conducting program reviews of institutional Title IV compliance, and management of an institution's method of payment. Each division within School Eligibility Service Group (SESG) has the responsibility for the oversight of specific institutions. Institutions are generally assigned to a division based on the location of an institution's main campus or its unique ownership structure. Each division may be responsible for some or all of the oversight responsibilities under the purview of the SESG. The incumbent may be assigned to any School Participation Teams or Division within the School Eligibility Service Group (SESG).
- Relocation Expenses will not be paid
- Driver's License
- Must complete a Background Investigation and fingerprint check
- Must complete a One-year Probationary Period
- Must be a U.S. citizen
- Overnight travel 5 nights per month