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Position Number: 00103023
Primary Function of Organizational Unit:
Through education, leadership and data analysis, the Office of Assessment in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs provides guidance and support for academic and co-curricular assessment both within the division and across the university.
Essential Job Duties:
The Assistant Director will manage general education assessment data as well as compile and analyze student and program data for the Office of Assessment and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA). As the Office of Assessment continues to grow, this position determines data requirements, identifies data sources, and develops data collection methods across multiple platforms to create analytical reports for division and university needs. The Assistant Director draws information from University databases (SIS), UNC System, state and national datasets, survey results, statistical models and other sources of factual information. This position completes the analysis for and manages standardized and ad-hoc reporting of student and program data for use with the division. The Assistant Director ensures data are consistent, correct and appropriate for its intended use. The Assistant Director participates in teams organized to improve the department and/or university and will also represent DASA and the Office of Assessment in internal and external organizations or on committees where appropriate. The Assistant Director works collaboratively with faculty, staff and administrators to administer general education testing and GE course-embedded assessment activities. The Assistant Director will be responsible for the management and analysis of all GE related assessment data.
Departmental Required Skills:
Experience in higher education required.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education:
Earned master’s degree or doctoral degree in educational research, psychology, statistics or related field preferred.
Necessary Licenses or Certifications:
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