The Senior Director for Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation, the University’s chief institutional research officer and SACSCOC liaison, is responsible for assisting the Associate Provost with facilitating, expanding, and adding depth to the institutional research process and activities across the Institution. Further, in support of accreditation requirements, the Senior Director provides data management and analysis in the areas of planning, assessment, institutional effectiveness and student success. Data management and analysis will coincide with leadership collaboration and continuing evaluation of student success initiatives, as well as services to students.
The Senior Director will:
Administer the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation, with full authority for the department. Provide supervision for an effective analytical framework for University improvement. Provide leadership and ensure compliance in meeting State and Federal reporting initiatives and requirements. Develop and implement policies for Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation in accordance with the University’s policies and procedures.
Coordinate the collection, organization, and interpretation of institutional data for effectiveness analysis; Respond to assigned requests for data promptly; collect, analyze, and disseminate trend data regarding the university about its peer and aspirational institutions.
Support internal survey design, management, and analysis;
Provide leadership monitoring the University’s strategic plan.
Design and conduct statistical analyses in support of planning, evaluation, and program assessment.
Provide leadership and guidance to facilitate AUM’s institutional effectiveness process in compliance with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Principles and Accreditation.
Serve as the University’s liaison to SACSCOC, and serve as a peer evaluator for other universities that belong to SACSCOC.
Support school and program-level accreditation efforts through advising and assisting others in planning, implementing, and reporting for the purpose of evaluation and continuous improvement.
Direct the human, financial, and other resources needed to accomplish objectives of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Develop, monitor, and administer the departmental budget. Provide administrative leadership and supervision. Recommend, hire, orient, train, and evaluate assigned staff; monitor and coordinate staff development and training programs.
Founded in 1967 and located in Alabama’s capital city, Auburn University at Montgomery has distinguished itself as the college of choice for students in Alabama’s River Region and beyond.
In 2019, Auburn University at Montgomery earned a No. 33 ranking among regional public universities in the South from U.S. News & World Report. AUM was also recognized by U.S. News as the most ethnically diverse campus in Alabama and the 13thmost diverse in the South region with more than 40 nationalities represented. AUM also earned recognition from The Princeton Review as one of the best colleges in the Southeast and is the only River Region university to be designated a “Military Friendly School” by Victory Media.
It’s no wonder that Auburn University at Montgomery emerged from a crowded field of competitors to earn the Montgomery Advertiser Reader’s Choice Award in 2019 as the top university in the region for the second consecutive year.
Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, AUM offers more than 90 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and certifications. Students can join us on our verdant, 500-acre campus, learn at their convenience in an online setting or experience a blend of both through hybrid course delivery.
If it inspires you or defines who you want to be, you’ll find it in one of our five colleges – College of Business, College of Education, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and the College of Sciences. We offer programs that are unique among our regional peers, including Geographic Information Systems, Hospitality and Tourism, Homeland Security and Emergency Management, and Cybersystems and Information Security.
Our students receive in-depth knowledge and practical experience from award-winning faculty members whose academic expertise is often enriched by industry experience. Best of all, with a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1, your professors will know your name. Nearly 50 percent of our classes include 20 or fewer students, which feeds into a personalized and engaging learning experience.
We also pride ourselves on making a high quality education more affordable. Nearly 40 percent of AUM students earn scholarship assistance of some type, including scholarships designated for incoming freshmen, transfer students, international students, graduate students, and active duty military, veterans and their dependents.
We offer a diverse, close-knit and active campus community with more than 70 student clubs and organizations, and an athletic program that is flourishing as a new member of NCAA Division II membership and the Gulf South Conference.
If you’re ready to soar to new heights, join the Warhawk Nation today!