Associate Director of Assessment and Technology
Associate Director of Assessment and Technology is a key member of the University Career Center team and will be responsible for three functional areas: assessment, virtual career resources and marketing/communications. The incumbent will develop and manage the process of University Career Center data collection, research and reporting. He/She will oversee the important function of career outcome data collection for the University using the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) standards and protocols in collaboration with Institutional Research and Assessment, the Registrar, IT and Schools and Colleges within the University. Along with other members of the Career Center team, he/she will conduct quantitative and qualitative program evaluations to assess career development programs and services. The Associate Director will also transform the Career Center website to a virtual career center by managing content and design and making informed choices regarding the use of technology to enhance virtual resources for students and alumni. The incumbent will contribute to and oversee the marketing and communications functions of the Career Center. He/she will have the opportunity to recruit, train and supervise an Assistant Director of Communication and Virtual Resources. Together, this team will develop a brand for the Career Center. They will create print and virtual marketing materials to promote its services and programs as well as effective communication methods to engage students, alumni, parents and employers. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree and at least four years of related experience. Demonstrated experience with data collection, research and reporting. Experience with effective communication methods including social networking to reach all members of the community: students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers. Demonstrated experience coordinating projects and nurturing relationships. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Required Skills and Abilities: *Demonstrated ability in the use of Career Center resources, computer systems and applications. *Knowledge of current and emerging technologies and communication methods. *Ability to collect, assess and report career outcome data. *Proven ability of effective written communication skills and the development of print and virtual marketing materials. *Demonstrated verbal communication skills and the ability to present to various size groups utilizing software such as PowerPoint, Prezi. *Ability to coordinate projects and nurture relationships. *Expertise to maintain the career center website. *Ability to work nights and weekends, as necessary. Preferred: *Experience with data collection and reporting at a higher education institution. *Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, Dreamweaver. *Master’s degree in a related field. Please visit our website at www.temple.edu, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Careers @ Temple. Please reference TU-17896. AA, EOE, m/f/d/v.