Dir Accreditation & Assessment

Job Description Summary: Job ID:  6335 The Director of Assessment and Accreditation will provide administrative leadership and oversight of all efforts related to accreditation and assessment within the College of Education, Health and Society, as well as all educator licensure programs. Duties/Physical Demands: Facilitate communication regarding assessment and collaboration among faculty members, department Chairs, and Dean of College of Education, Health and Society (EHS), and faculty and Chairs of art and music education programs in CAC; Lead, support, maintain, and monitor the development and implementation of EHS assessment and program improvement and initiatives and accreditation efforts; Prepare and submit state, federal, and accreditation reports accurately and on time; Ensure information exchange among University, College, community, Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and Ohio Department of Education/Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODE/ODHE) officials related to assessment and evaluation; Prepare, publish, and monitor distribution of CAEP materials and related documents; Provide resources and support to department chairs in ensuring that CAEP standards are aligned with and demonstrated in faculty instructional practice; Provide resources and support to faculty in preparing CAEP Specialized Professional Association (SPA) program materials; Oversee CAEP accreditation and state program approval processes, including monitoring student progress toward all professional standards and preparation of self-study materials; Oversee data management systems for the collection and analyses of assessment and accreditation data; Serve on related university and state committees and provide periodic updates to the EHS departments and Dean's Office as needed; Act as primary liaison for EHS with Office of Institutional Research; Facilitate a college-wide assessment committee to manage development and monitor quality of assessment systems and processes and lead reporting of assessment data to departments, the College, University, state and national stakeholders; Guide and manage the development of EHS policies and procedures related to assessment and accreditation; Serve as ex officio on EHS undergraduate and graduate curriculum committees to guide and monitor efforts toward consistent implementation of curriculum aligned with EHS goals related to assessment and accreditation; Supervise graduate assistants assigned to support the director; Other duties as assigned by the Office of the Dean   Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in education or closely related field; Three years of experience with program evaluation and assessment in higher education; Knowledge of and/or experience with accreditation. Preferred Qualifications: Professional doctorate in education or closely related field; Knowledge of and/or experience with CAEP, NCATE, and/or TEAC Standards; Proficiency in using data management systems, technology, and software to facilitate assessments and/or evaluationprocesses (i.e., Assessment Data System software); Demonstrated data management, analysis, and reporting skills; Experience producing professional writings, including technical and evaluationreports; Demonstrated verbal and written fluency for presenting data analyses and information to diverse audiences; Experience with teacher education or administration of P-12 programs; Leadership, administrative, and program management skills; Ability to work effectively in a team environment with diverse groups; Ability to prioritize and organize multiple tasks; Experience with curriculum development and formative and summative assessment needs of higher education programs; Knowledge of state educational initiatives; Experience supervising staff and/or students; Awareness of current trends in program evaluation and assessment in higher education. Job ID:  6335
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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