Course Lead, Evaluation Graduate Nursing Foundations

Salt Lake City, UT
Mar 17, 2018
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Course Lead, Evaluation Graduate Nursing Foundations

***Internal Applicants Only***

Essential Functions and Responsibilities


  • The Evaluation Course Lead is a member of WGU’s faculty. The Evaluation Course Lead is a subject-matter expert and professional individual contributor with senior level knowledge within associated specialization/discipline along with an advanced level of education, experience and skill set.
  • The Evaluation Course Leads apply their own subject matter expertise and experience utilizing a rubric created by program and assessment development faculty and applied consistent with WGU, Evaluation Department and team policies and procedures.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead crafts personalized, robust feedback to support accurate scoring of student responses and in furtherance of student progress. Quality of feedback is exemplary.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead frequently evaluates at least half time to observe student responses and assess evaluations of team members. Uses insights to provide guidance to other evaluation faculty members.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead may occasionally influence program development, course mentoring and university leadership.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead responds promptly to student and evaluation faculty concerns (4 hours goal, 24 hours max during work sessions.)
  • The Evaluation Course Lead helps define and develop specific work plans and schedules to provide accurate and fair evaluations, with helpful (robust & personalized) feedback within our service level agreements to students.
  • The Evaluation Course Leads establish coverage within and between teams to meet the department’s commitment to students for a quick evaluation within 72 hours and averaging 40 hours. The Evaluation Course Lead analyzes workflow and optimizes team resources.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead may help develop functional and organizational content, practices and objectives to achieve goals in creative and effective ways.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead may help determine calibration standards for courses, develops supporting training, and tools (such as course resource documents, team and evaluator training, I-RA activities).
  • The Evaluation Course Lead may apply analytical tools and data analysis to drive improvements in evaluation team performance. Appropriately protects sensitive information on evaluator performance.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead works with other functions within the Evaluation Department and/or with other departments. May be called upon for additional duties as assigned.
  • The Evaluation Course Lead acts as a coach/mentor within the team and the Evaluation faculty service line. The Evaluation Course Leads are the Evaluation Department subject matter expert for the courses they support.

  • Understanding and appreciation of competency-based education model.
  • Fluent use of educational technological platforms and common office software packages
  • Must be able to spend significant time working at a computer.
  • Must be able to communicate at a high level in writing skills.

  • Minimum earned Master’s Degree in a field related to nursing
  • Minimum of five years of work experience in the field of nursing
  • 6 months of WGU Evaluation experience is required

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