Testing Data Analyst

Irvine, Orange County
Jul 11, 2014
Department: Disability Services
Req No.: 2014-0608
Location: UCI Campus - Irvine

Job Summary

The incumbent is assigned to coordinate Testing Center services and is completely responsible each quarter to collaborate with faculty regarding the submission, instructions and equipment necessary for students with disabilities who utilize this program. The incumbent collaborates with Accommodations Coordinator to develop and disseminate data, student learning outcomes and other annual reports and projects such as brochures and publications. This position collaborates heavily with faculty, staff and the Test Proctoring Coordinator, as well as, student assistant staff to ensure the effective provision of disability accommodations, equipment and services for students. Work must be accurate and adhere to strict timelines and completeness. Recommends solutions to problems of moderate scope and complexity. Knowledge and familiarity of disability accommodation requirements in higher education for students is a must. The legally required accommodations provided by this position are complex, highly time sensitive, and must be effectively provided. If not applied correctly can be subject to lawsuits and federal agency complaints.


Salary: Hourly $20.92

Work Schedule: 8-5, M-F

Career Position.

Final candidate subject to background check.

As a federal contractor, UC Irvine is required to use E-Verify to confirm the work status of individuals assigned to perform substantial work under certain federal contracts/subcontracts.

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View Job Description for the position requirements. 

Job Description
Job Essential Function 1
Percent of Time: 70%
Test Data Base Analysis
Coordinator of testing accommodations for 4,500+ exams each year: Develops complex scheduling of exams, communicates with faculty to ensure approved accommodations, and ensures tight security of exams. Communicates and demonstrates UC guidelines and campus legal obligations to staff, administrators and faculty concerning disability accommodations. Collaborates with faculty and supervisors to refine and improve procedures related to Testing Data Base. Enforces and conveys testing guidelines to faculty. Quarterly and yearly, provides a needs analysis for Testing accommodations to identify concerns/factors, patterns, tendencies and relationships to provide optimal service to students with disabilities while ensuring laws and mandates are met to avoid legal ramifications for the university. Provides updated findings, trends, etc. to supervisor, assists in making updates in policies/procedures based on data. Collaborates daily/weekly with Testing Proctoring Coordinator to ensure exam integrity and the necessary accommodations required by the student.
Job Essential Function 2
Percent of Time: 30%
Assists Accommodation Coordinator to: develop Staff Professional Development; Alumni Programs; Fund Raising Events; special projects, annual reports or data about services or accommodations to University of California Office of the President, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Wellness Health and Counseling Services and Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs.  Collaborates with faculty regarding Testing Services administration.
Utilizes computers to manage data, complete reports, and disseminate correspondence.
Provides assistance and support to team members as needed.
BA/BS or equivalent 1-3 years experience providing accommodations to students with disabilities.
Exceptionally strong interpersonal and written communication skills to interact with students, faculty and staff, visitors and the public in person and via phone and computer.
Ability to recognize and defer sensitive issues to supervisor or appropriate disability counselor to ensure that the campus will be in compliance with federal requirements.
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality of student information and records, some of which is highly sensitive.
Ability to make sound, independent judgments about procedures and policies, the proper application of those procedure and policies, and appropriate exceptions or alternatives.
Ability to use computers for data entry and management, communication, and word processing.
Ability to use and maintain a wide range of office equipment and technology.
Familiarity of the complex federal laws and regulations regarding disability accommodation requirements in higher education for students. Knowledge of campus and University policies and procedures.
Will Train:
Motorized Cart Certification with valid CA drivers license.
Below are general guidelines on the position's physical, mental, and environmental working conditions.
In accordance with applicable state and federal law, UCI provides reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities upon request. For more information, please contact Human Resources at (949) 824-5210.
Bend: Occasionally
Squat: Occasionally
Crawl: Not Applicable
Climb: Not Applicable
Kneel: Occasionally
Handle Objects: Occasionally
Push/Pull: Frequently
Reach Above Shoulder Level: Occasionally
Sit: Occasionally
Stand: Frequently
Walk: Frequently
Use Fine Finger Movements: Frequently
Carry/Lift Loads up to 25 Pounds: Occasionally
Carry/Lift loads between 25-50 lbs: Not Applicable
Carry/Lift Loads over 50 Pounds: Not Applicable
Read/Comprehend: Constantly
Write: Constantly
Perform Calculations: Frequently
Communicate Orally: Frequently
Reason and Analyze: Frequently
Chemical/Biological Agent: Not Applicable
Construction Activities: Not Applicable
Contact with Water/Liquids: Occasionally
Drive Motorized Equipment: Occasionally
Confined Spaces: Not Applicable
Elevated Work Location: Not Applicable
Radioactive Materials: Not Applicable
Temperature Variations: Not Applicable
Gas System: Not Applicable
Other Working Conditions:
Occasional evening and weekend duty