Bachelor’s degree in a discipline related to the field assigned and one year of related training or experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education
1. Expertise in MS Access database programming; Expertise in MS Excel
2. Experience working in an institution of higher education
3. Two years work experience in assessment, accreditation, cloud-based assessment platforms, and training of faculty and students
4. Two years work experience in website development and maintenance
5. Experience in implementation of research projects
6. Excellent communication skills
7. Excellent collaboration skills
8. Ability to be productive and creative in a diverse team
9. High level of skill in using software for quantitative analysis and presentation
10. Excellent documentation and organization skills
Ideal Candidate would also have:
1. Master’s in educational assessment or related field
2. Familiarity with Digital Measures a plus
3. Experience with training of faculty in LMS
4. Experience in survey design, administration and analysis
5. Skills in data visualization and user experience design and assessment
If no applicants apply who meet the required competency level and training and experience requirements, then management may consider other applicants. Salary would be determined based on competencies, equity, budget, and market considerations.
Required License or Certification
Primary Purpose of Position
The Coordinator provides primary support for tracking assessment of educational and administrative programs; for integration of the institution’s assessment process in it’s cloud-based platform; for facilitating access to institutional research and data; and for maintaining the unit’s website.
Primary Function of Organizational Unit
NCA&T provides a dynamic learning experience to all students that is responsive to current critical needs in higher education and in the disciplines. Located in Academic Affairs, the Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (OSPIE) supports all institutional units in planning, assessment, research, and analytics in order to accomplish the goal of institutional effectiveness.
The Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (OSPIE) fosters student success and the University’s effectiveness by facilitating evidence-based decision-making. OSPIE serves as the primary source of official data reported from all major administrative systems across the University, conducts objective research and analysis for decision makers, prepares reports that improve understanding of institutional and program performance, builds data collections, facilitates access to institutional data, and advocates for data quality and integrity. OSPIE supports student learning assessment, the development and evaluation of academic programs and administrative functions, and institutional and program accreditation.