Outcomes Assessment Coordinator
The Outcomes Assessment Coordinator will work closely with faculty, staff and administrators to develop effective assessment initiatives that will improve student learning band to highlight the critical relationship between curriculum and instruction. The Coordinator is expected to develop and foster ongoing relationships with
faculty, staff and administrators that supports a culture of inquiry and continuous quality improvement. The Coordinator reports to the Assistant Dean for Outcomes Assessment.
Coordinate efforts with academic departments in the development and maintenance of effective assessment activities (e.g. defining
learning outcomes, curriculum alignment and mapping, data collection and analysis, using data for improvement).
Review, evaluate and provide feedback on course and program outcomes, assessment plans and annual assessment reports.
Supports internal departments with assessment-related issues during program review and discipline-based accreditation processes.
Assist with the creation of assessment materials and provide professional development opportunities in collaboration with the Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology.
Stay informed on national best practices in assessment.
**Full job description provided at interview
Req ID: req125
Job Title: Outcomes Assessment Coordinator
Division: Institutional Effectiveness
Location: Sugar Grove Campus
Grant Funded: No
Employment Type: Full-time Support Staff
Compensation Range: 19.70 - 19.70, starting pay, prior experience will be considered
Compensation Type: Hourly
Work Schedule: M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Work Hours: 40
Documents to be attached: Cover Letter-Yes
Transcripts-Yes (can also be provided at interview)
Special Instructions to Applicants: Please attach all required documents when applying.
Targeted Hire Date: 4/3/2017
Master's degree or higher in assessment, education or related field within experience in research and assessment, preferably higher education.
Two years of professional assessment related experience required.
Knowledge of assessment processes, student learning outcomes and accountability issues.
Advanced knowledge of quantitative research design and measurement techniques, including sampling procedures and issues of reliability and validity.
Demonstrated experience in designing, administering and analyzing assessment instruments.
Excellent analytical, oral, written and interpersonal communication skills required and experience with data management (data gathering and storing) or assessment software is a plus.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Experience with data visualization and presentation is preferred.