You will need to submit a resume and Cover Letter/Letter of Application.
Primary coordinator and point of contact for all outside data requests, guidebooks, college publications that include data elements, state and federal reporting, consumer information and professional associations. Manages the data collection for multiple survey and research projects occurring simultaneously for conducting comparative and longitudinal analysis. Compiles, organizes, oversees, and documents the collection of archiving all data, analysis efforts, reports (internal and external), and support activity information for the IE office. Updates and maintains the Institutional Effectiveness web site, as well as monitors and provides the necessary input to all other departments and divisions that post institutional data on their web sites, (Admissions, Financial Operations, Advancement, etc.).
| Education Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree. Experience with complex data sets, advanced survey techniques or project management skills can be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree.
Facts About the College
Character: A nationally recognized selective liberal-arts-college—private, coeducational, and residential
History: Founded by Benjamin Rush, the first college chartered in the newly-recognized United States of America in 1783. Named to honor John Dickinson, the penman of the American Revolution and a signer of the Constitution.
Location: Carlisle, a historic town in south central Pennsylvania; part of the metropolitan region of Harrisburg, the state capital (regional population 578,000)
Enrollment: 2,091 full-time students, representing 42 states and territories plus the District of Columbia, and 46 foreign countries
Faculty: 271 faculty members; 95% of full-time faculty hold Ph.D.'s or the highest degree in their field
Student-Faculty Ratio: 8:1
Average Class Size: 14 students
Degrees Granted: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science (45 majors)
Study Abroad: Dickinson offers study-abroad options including 18 Dickinson-run global programs, 30 plus partner-programs, Global Mosaics, summer offerings and winter and spring break trips tied to semester and yearlong courses; 67% of all Dickinson students participate