higher ed financial wellness job board

Looking to get into the higher education financial wellness world or take the next step? Below are some jobs available in the field. If you have a job you’d like posted, please send the information to info@hefwa.org


Coordinator, Student Money Management Office (Grant)

Austin, TX

Austin Community College's Student Money Management Office has become a model for community college financial literacy programming. This academic year, we presented financial literacy workshops to 3,710 students and we launched a first-of-it's-kind incentive-based savings program for students in which 96 students collectively contributed over $40,500 towards emergency savings.  Our office also provides one-on-one financial coaching, a robust Peer Money Mentor program, and community based collaborations that help expand our mission and impact. We're looking for our next innovative and energetic team member to continue developing our programming and deepening our impact as a Coordinator for theStudent Money Management Office. Deadline to apply is May 31, 2019. 


One Stop Counselor (2 positions)

One Stop Counselors provide integrated student services to University students, families, faculty, and staff in the main areas of records and enrollment, financial wellness, billing, and financial aid. The One Stop Counselor position requires an in-depth understanding of and training on university, federal and state policies regulating academic records, registration, financial aid, and student account billing. Additionally, One Stop Counselors are equipped with broad knowledge of campus resources and services.

As a vital resource for the University community, it is essential for One Stop Counselors to provide inclusive and welcoming student service. One Stop Counselors regularly engage in sensitive conversations related to academic success and financial matters.

Please feel free to contact everts@umn.edu if you have any questions.

One Stop Counselor 2 (Job Code 8463C2)

One Stop Counselor 3 (Job Code 9351C3)


One Stop Counselor & Native American Student Success Financial Wellness Specialist

Morris, MN

This position counsels, advises, investigates, and resolves student cases in the areas of financial aid, billing and payment, registration, records, student employment, and veteran services The position provides direct One Stop support for Native American students attending the University of Minnesota Morris.

The position provides direct support for Native American students as a part of the Native American Student Success (NASS) program and works collaboratively with other campus offices and programs in building of a culture of success. The position will work to build strong working relationships with American Indian tribal educational staff. The position will support and foster financial literacy and wellness for native students.

For a full list of qualifications, job duties, and instructions on how to apply visit: humanresources.umn.edu/jobs and enter Job ID 328744 in the keywords field. The first review of applications will begin on March 4, 2019.


Financial Education Program Supervisor, University of Montana

Missoula, MT

This position is responsible for developing, maintaining, and assessing a financial literacy education program at UM. The UM Financial Education Program will be grounded in theory, providing guidance on and understanding of financial literacy for students, including planning, debt management, managing education expenses, career/employment income that will provide students the tools they need to be educated borrowers.


Program Coordinator, The Ohio State University

The Program Coordinator for the Buckeye Food Alliance will be responsible for providing leadership for all components of the Buckeye Food Alliance (BFA), the on-campus Food Pantry; assists with all development efforts around BFA; meets with donors and interested support groups; leads efforts to expand the reach of BFA; establishes partnership with on and off-campus entities to further the growth of BFA; provides guidance, training and ongoing supervision to BFAstudent volunteers; advises the BFA student organization and provides direct guidance and leadership to BFA executive board; develops and manages formal assessments of BFA; assists with development and implementation of campus outreach programs, campaigns and marketing initiatives to raise awareness of BFA; convenes BFA Advisory Board and other campus committees and working groups; assists with all administrative operations and reporting for BFA; other duties as assigned.

This is a three-year term appointment.

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Research Analyst

Austin, TX

The Research Analyst is responsible for executing and communicating complex analysis and insights to various stakeholders. You will help build scalable solutions for analysis projects while bringing data to life through effective visualizations and storytelling. You will develop research methodology as well as serve as a resource on statistics. You will build infrastructure for new research projects and coordinate with cross functional teams to devise and implement solutions that advance Trellis’ mission. Your findings will be presented at public forums. You will also support the drafting of policy papers for policymakers and education practitioners and support qualitative studies as needed. You will seek and execute research grants/contracts consistent with Trellis’ mission.