Coordinator of Curriculum and Assessment / Analyst

Job description

The Coordinator of Curriculum and Assessment / Analyst is responsible for assisting faculty in measuring student progress towards educational outcomes throughout Husson University. Reporting to the Director of Assessment, the Coordinator of Curriculum and Assessment will be expected to participate in a collaborative undertaking to facilitate the deployment and utilization of sound assessment practices. The Coordinator of Curriculum and Assessment / Analyst will also provide data analysis and will help faculty and administrators in using assessment data to enhance curricular and programmatic outcomes.• Provide expertise in curricular development and assessment strategies.
• Provide leadership in the development of meaningful learning outcomes that lead to improved student learning and pedagogical effectiveness.
• Help develop and deploy assessment strategies
• Provide faculty support and training in areas of curriculum and assessment.
• Utilize written and verbal communication skills to create a supportive environment for people to embrace assessment, and to plainly and clearly describe complicated analyses to a diverse audience.
• Collaborate in data collection, research methodology, and statistical techniques.
• Explain assessment results to a wide audience.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

Education: Master's required; Doctoral degree preferred

Experience: A minimum of three years' experience academia, preferred experience curium development, educational outcomes assessment, and assessment software.

Special Skills: Communication skills that address the questions of faculty and students surrounding assessment practices.

A successful candidate is self-motivated and a strong team player who values hard work and who is capable and confident interacting with a wide array of internal and external constituents. Candidates must be willing to take on new challenges in a dynamic and constantly changing environment.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions.

Basic computer skills required (Microsoft Office), skills with specialized assessment software preferred.
Communication skills to work with individuals across the spectrum of assessment and in various disciplines and departments.
Organizational skills to enhance responsiveness to regional and specialized accreditation demands and deadlines.
Administrative skills including word processing, scheduling, and event planning.
Leadership skills to create an environment in which assessment is embraced and outcomes inform initiatives.

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Posted: 8/21/2019
Application Due: 10/20/2019
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