The College of Public Health and Human Sciences is seeking a Director of Assessment and Accreditation. This is a full time (1.00 FTE) 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Associate Dean.
The Director of Assessment and Accreditation will function as an integral member of the College leadership team responsible for assessment of learning outcomes, University and external assessment reports, as well as College accreditation updates. Responsibilities will include providing leadership in the development, design, implementation and oversight of assessment systems and programs to monitor and evaluate the performance of the College of Public Health and Human Sciences (CPHHS) against evaluation criteria for the University, CEPH and other accrediting bodies; assessment of student success and alumni readiness; evaluation, tracking and reporting of degree program competencies. This position reports to the Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs (ADAFA) and serves at the pleasure of the Dean of CPHHS.
Typically requies Master's Degree in field related to assigned responsibilities. 3 years' experience in accreditation and assessment for higher education.
Master’s degree in Education, Public Health, the Human Sciences, or other relevant graduate degree.
Experience working at an institution of higher education
Experience with data management using electronic databases.
Strong computer skills including an understanding of database design; proficiency in the use of electronic databases and Microsoft Office Word, Excel,PowerPoint, Outlook or equivalent software, including proficiency in organizing data in charts, tables and graphs.
Experience in designing data collection instruments.
Experience analyzing quantitative and qualitative data and evaluating statistical information to document program effectiveness and outcomes attainment.
Experience working effectively in teams, both in leadership and support roles.
Experience planning and managing multiple projects simultaneously, with attention to detail, timelines and the university-wide context of decisions.
Experience in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with professional and administrative personnel at all levels.
Ability to be creative, supportive and thoughtful in problem-solving, considering the diverse and occasionally conflicting needs and perspectives of the faculty, staff and institution.
Strong organizational skills and ability to take initiative, prioritize workload, work independently and coordinate multiple activities.
Strong verbal and written communication skills with attention to detail.
Ability to understand and work within a complex institution with extensive government, regulatory and compliance responsibilities, as well as formal reporting and coordinating lines of authority.
A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is Commensurate with Education and Experience
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