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Assessment Director

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Job Duties

 

Typical Essential Duties

  • Serves as the lead facilitator for program accreditation in the College of Education, whose primary purpose is to review educational outcome data and make strategic recommendations to leadership for improvement. Responsibilities include coordinating the efforts of various working committees and serving as the college’s primary point of contact with the Florida Department of Education.
  • Provides guidance and assistance with program-specific accreditation and reaccreditation processes;
  • Maintains the departmental accreditation websites;
  • Publishes academic-related Research Briefs;
  • Serves on various committees.

 

This is the fourth of five levels in the Institutional Effectiveness series. Incumbents plan, develop, analyze, report and justify institutional and comparative data elements and outcomes including assessment, forecasting, and graphical analysis.  Responsibilities may include planning, directing, completing, and reviewing long-term reports and studies; preparing projections related to curriculum, students, enrollment and budgeting; directing survey and/or program assessment efforts; publishing research briefs; and supervising institutional advancement staff.

Job Qualifications

Education:

Master’s degree in Higher Education, Educational Research, Educational Leadership, Mathematics, or Statistics or in a related field to assigned area with courses in educational research, design, and statistics.

Experience:

Four (4) years experience in educational and/or institutional research, educational program evaluation, or in a position requiring statistical analysis. Experience in higher education research preferred. 

* An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job may be acceptable in lieu of those requirements listed above.

Institution Description

Key Position Information:

The incumbent of this position must have a thorough understanding of FDOE & CAEP assessment requirements & must be able to lead the College of Education in all communications to these external constituents. Prior experience working in a COE preferred.

The Assessment Director serves as the lead facilitator for program accreditation in the College of Education, provides guidance and assistance with program-specific accreditation and reaccreditation processes, and maintains the departmental accreditation website.

Candidates should have knowledge of managerial principles, project coordination techniques, research and data analysis principles and practices, assessment and measurement principles, research instruments, and statistical methods. Candidates should have a Master’s degree (Doctorate preferred) in Higher Education, Educational Research, Educational Leadership, Mathematics, or Statistics, or in a related field to assigned area with courses in educational research, design, and statistics. An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job may be acceptable in lieu of those requirements.

The Assessment Director assures that all the data elements needed to address accreditation criteria, and for program assessment activities, are collected in a timely, accurate, and appropriate manner. Responsibilities also include coordinating the efforts of various working committees and serving as the College of Education’s primary point of contact with the Florida Department of Education.

Benefits

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Application Due Date: 2019-05-12
Job Start Date: 2019-07-01
Salary: $61937.62 - $61937.62
City: Tarpon Springs
State/Province/Region: FL
Institution: St. Petersburg College
Reports To: Chair, College of Education
Staff # Reporting to Position: 0
Reports In Office: College of Education

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