Assistant Director of Assessment
Supports the Institutional Effectiveness Office by maintaining and improving university-wide assessment program, including educational programs and academic and student support services Master’s degree in related field required. Terminal degree preferred. At least 2 years related experience. Knowledge of a variety of methods for assessing student learning. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to develop and foster relationships with faculty and staff. Ability to consult with and advise faculty on assessment methods and models. Ability to analyze and interpret assessment results. Ability to suggest ways to use assessment results to make improvements. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) skills. Ability to learn and use TK20 assessment software for tracking and analyzing assessment results. Ability to lead assessment workshops.