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DIRECTOR, OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Harper College is seeking an experienced professional for the Director, Outcomes Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness position. The Director of Outcomes Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness provides leadership to faculty and staff in the planning, implementation, and use of outcomes assessment to improve instructional and institutional quality. This position also provides leadership for the College’s Institutional Effectiveness work as well as coordination of Strategic Planning processes. This includes promotion of the institutional focus on continuous improvement and data-informed decision making.
As the successful candidate, you will be consulting with academic faculty, Deans and other administrators/staff on all phases of outcomes assessment. You will provide support to all faculty and staff related to the improvement of outcomes assessment activities and data-based decision making practices. You will also lead the College’s qualitative research processes, including but not limited to developing, conducting and analyzing results of listening sessions, focus groups and surveys.
- Master’s degree in related field
- At least three years coordinating/leading an outcomes assessment program/process in a higher education environment.
- Advanced knowledge of quantitative and qualitative methods to assess student learning.
- Ability to effectively communicate with and influence colleagues at all levels of the College.
- Experience with leading institutional effectiveness processes and college-level teaching experience preferred.