Posting Number 2017-3805 Location US-NY-New York Posted Date 10/16/2017 Union N/A School/Division School of Professional Studies (CP1108) Department Name : Admissions (Administrators) FT/PT Full-Time
The Center for Academic Exellence and Support is seeking an individual to direct the efforts and resources for teaching and learning assessment with the goal of innovating and improving assessment efforts of individual academic programs within SPS. This will be done by supporting SPS program leaders and faculty in three specific areas: articulation of meaningful, measurable learning outcomes, design and advisement on the collection of evidence of the measurement of achievement of outcomes, and advise on the use of assessment results as a part of a continuous improvement model of learning assessment and program evaluation and testing.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree
Preferred Education: Advanced degree in educational assessment, higher education administration, or related field or equivalent combination of education/experience.
Required Experience: Min 5 years relevant experience or equivalent combination. Must include experience in leading the creation of assessment rubrics, writing learning outcomes, and admissions/placement testing. Experience collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, and interpreting quantitative and qualitative data.
Preferred Experience: Min 7 years related experience including experience merging quantitative data from multiple data sets and databases. Experience analyzing and interpreting longitudinal data sets. Experience in managing resources, and policy development for interdisciplinary academic programs. Demonstrated ability to present and publish on issues related to educational assessment and evaluation issues in higher education, including grant-funded research.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Ability to exercise sound judgment and excellent discretion, employing the utmost confidentiality, maintaining and collecting student and institutional data. Knowledge of and ability to develop, implement and interpret education policies and procedures with regard to student and program assessments. Excellent micro- and macro-organizational skills, demonstrated aptitude for critical thinking and problem-solving. Strong research, writing and presentation skills, and the ability to communicate complex and sensitive information diplomatically both verbally and in writing to individuals at all levels. Expert ability to collect, analyze, and interpret quantitative and qualitative data, including both large and small data sets that may have missing and/or invalid cases. Ability to work collaboratively with a wide variety of stakeholders. Ability to lead diverse, inter-departmental initiatives, and manage and prioritize complex projects in line with the School’s mission. Ability to forge and maintain partnerships with internal and third-party constituencies. Knowledge of, and ability to deploy, current technology and trends in educational assessment and program evaluation.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Expert knowledge and understanding of educational assessment and evaluation issues in higher education and experience working with credit and noncredit educational programs and/or student populations. Proficiency in AWS/SIS/PeopleSoft, database and spreadsheet software, and quantitative analysis software (e.g., SPSS, SAS)
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