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Program Evaluation Coordinator

Position Deleted on 2/07/2013. This position is no longer an active posting on HigherEdJobs.
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Category:
Admin - Assessment, Accreditation, and Compliance
Posted:
12/05/2012
Application Due:
Open Until Filled
Type:
Full Time
Working under the general supervision of the Associate Vice President for Planning, Assessment and Research, the Program Evaluation Coordinator performs a variety of duties related to institutional effectiveness, assessment and accreditation. The individual will work with academic and non-academic leadership, departments and programs to assure the assessment requirements of the SACS and other accrediting organizations are met and will also serve on a variety of university committees.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Provide assistance to faculty and staff to plan, schedule and coordinate academic and administrative educational support units in preparing for program self-studies and accreditation activities.
  • Review reports and use of appropriate data from central sources, including university wide surveys.
  • Support department and office activities related to continuous improvement initiatives and efforts to enhance institutional performance and student learning outcomes.
  • Develop and maintain a system of documentation for institutional effectiveness and accreditation activities and processes.
  • Assist academic schools and departments with the evaluation of their program reviews and accreditation studies.
  • Monitor the implementation and track needed actions for improvement of all program self-studies and accreditation related standards.
  • Assist in the preparation and editing of program review self-studies.
  • Provide expertise in the design and implementation of program evaluation evidence documentation.
  • Work with faculty and administrators to enhance the integration, consistency, rigor, effectiveness and documentation of assessment processes at the university.
  • Develop resource materials and presentations to help faculty and staff streamline and improve their program assessment practices to maximize the use of evaluation results.
  • Train faculty and staff in the use of program evaluation and accreditation documentation tool.
  • Conduct document content analysis for updates, consistency and accuracy.
  • Work with the Webmaster to make sure that the CAU website contains current content information.
  • Create, manage and organize online document workroom.
  • Serve on various university committees
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in a complementary field and five to eight years of experience in an administrative role is required as well as strong analytical, verbal and written communication, organizational and computer skills; ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks and produce reports under strict guidelines; detail and task-oriented; knowledge of quantitative and qualitative methods to assess student learning or program evaluation; knowledge of assessment tools, databases and data analytic spreadsheets; proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, including Visio and SharePoint; experience in Web content management and document tracking system management; knowledge of regional and professional program accreditation standards; experience with group facilitation, working in a team environment, working collaboratively with faculty, and the ability to work independently.
Clark Atlanta University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
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