PacWest SFS is proud to announce the following open position(s):


Undergraduate Student Financial Services Advisor - Point Loma Nazarene University

Job Summary:

PLNU is looking for a positive, organized team member with a friendly disposition and the ability to communicate effectively with students and their families. You will be a great teammate who is willing to take direction but also shows initiative and can work independently. You are a fast learner and  are willing to guide students through the nuances of Financial Aid and billing. This role will regularly connect with people in an effort to educate them about the Student Financial Service’s processes, inform them about their Student Accounts, and collect on any outstanding balances. You will work as a team meeting various goals and sharing in our passion for helping students and others.

While primarily an on-site position, there may be the option for a hybrid work arrangement.

Pay range: $19.00 - $20.00 per hour

For additional information, please visit here.

Last updated 05/02/2023

PeopleSoft Technical Analyst (Analyst/Programmer, Career) - SDSU

The ERP Systems group is looking to bring on two PeopleSoft Technical Analysts, one supporting Campus Solutions Financial Aid and one supporting Student Financials. Under the direction of the Director ERP Systems Functional Support & Analysis, and in collaboration with the subject matter expertise of the teams utilizing the primary modules involved (Campus Solutions Financial Aid and Student Financials), the technical analyst will help configure and support the operations of my.SDSU (PeopleSoft CMS).

For additional information, please visit San Diego State University.

Last updated 05/02/2023


Business Analyst, Student Financial Operations

Stanford University has an immediate opening for a full-time Business Analyst, Student Financial Operations, in the Office of Student & Academic Services. The Business Analyst works closely with the team to perform and ensure the accuracy of critical business processes, identify issues and create solutions, and continually strive to improve systems, processes, and services to meet and exceed expectations of students. The position collaborates with our many business partners including Student Information Systems and University Information Technology. The best person for the job will have strong analytical skills, financial aptitude, and a focus on the student experience.

For additional information, please visit Stanford Careers.

Last updated 04/04/2023


University Bursar – Santa Clara University

This position is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the University’s student account receivables and collections efforts, while promoting and supporting a highly collaborative and engaged service-oriented culture. Responsible for adhering to, and maintaining accuracy in reporting and compliance with federal and state regulations, including Title IV aid and refunding, IRS 1098T and 1042-S filings, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and state escheatment processes. Implement and maintain policies and procedures related to student financial services. Ensure that all customers receive the highest levels of customer service.

For more information, please visit Santa Clara University.

Last updated 01/26/2023