Director of Assessment and Administrative Services, College of Pharmacy
Job Summary: Roosevelt University's College of Pharmacy seeks a Director of Assessment and Administrative Services to manage all assessment activities and academic service functions for the college. As a member of the college's Administrative Council, this position will also monitor the college's overall operations, performance and identify opportunities for improvement in key areas that impact accreditation and the university's Institutional Strategic Plan. This is a full-time, exempt, administrative position located on the Schaumburg Campus. This position reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Accreditation.
Minimum Qualifications: See knowledge, skills and abilities required.
Job Type: Full-Time
Working Hours: Monday-Friday
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Earned Master's Degree in Organizational Development, Performance Management, Statistics, Math, Information Management or related field is required. At least 5 years demonstrated experience in survey research, assessment and/or statistical analysis. Knowledge of Oracle/ SQL based report writing tools (I.e. Crystal reports, Argos or comparable) is required. Demonstrated ability to manage, compile, organize and analyze large data sets, present data and develop programmatic and/or strategic recommendations based on this data. Strong written/oral communication skills. Strong presentation skills and high attention to detail is required. Strong organizational and time-management skills; demonstrated ability to multi-task and prioritize. Ability to work collaboratively and independently and communicate effectively to a broad range of audiences. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Preferred Qualifications: Earned PhD in relevant discipline or EdD is a plus. Previous supervisory experience is a plus. Previous experience with Ellucian/ Banner or comparable ERP is a plus. Previous experience in Higher Education (particularly in a college or school of pharmacy) preferred.