Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at Concordia College

  • August 15, 2019 11:54 AM
    Message # 7829556
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Concordia College is seeking a Director of Institutional Research and Assessment. The Director of Institutional Research and Assessment (“Director”) utilizes institutional data and assessment information to support strategic planning and continuing quality improvement by providing leadership in areas of institutional and academic assessment, institutional research and regional accreditation. 


    Responsibilities Regarding Dashboard:
    • Provide and analyze data related to Dashboard, academic program performance, trend analysis, retention, graduation, and related areas
    • Provide academic departments, student support offices and administration with data and analysis to inform strategic and tactical planning and decision making
    • Design and oversee institutional research efforts and assist college departments and offices with research inquiries Assist committees and department units in gathering, analyzing, managing and interpreting their assessment data to maintain consistency throughout the institution
    • Direct the College’s regional accreditation activities
    • Work with the entire campus community, especially Deans and Senior Managers, to coordinate, support and advance the culture of assessment and assessment processes to assure that institutional goals related to the mission of Concordia College-New York are being met and documented
    • Design and report on internal faculty, employee and student surveys for college offices
    • Oversee all academic and non-academic planning and assessment reporting
    • Direct the development of effective assessment and evaluation strategies of institutional and program outcomes
    Responsibilities Regarding Institutional Assessment:
    • Serve as a link to the President’s Council keeping the President and senior administrators informed and aware of successes and challenges
    • Work with committees and Executive Dean, Traditional Programs to write and submit accreditation reports
    • Facilitate training of assessment practices to faculty and staff
    • Administer national student surveys and Course Eval
    • Work with the College’s Assessment Committee
    • Work in conjunction with Academic Assessment Committee Chair in meeting Committee charges
    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Master's degree; doctorate degree preferred, with significant experience reflecting a record of progressive responsibility and success with assessment in an institution of higher education
    • Leadership experience with program accreditation and regional accreditation of colleges and universities
    • Exceptional communication skills, including effective writing, public speaking, and persuasive competencies
    • Strong skills in statistical analysis and the ability to write clear, succinct reports
    • Excellent consensus development and team building skills are critical.
    • Finally, the successful candidate will be able to articulate a commitment to access, diversity, and academic quality that is consistent with the expectations of the Concordia College community.
    • The ability to understand and be committed to the College's mission of a Christ-centered, value oriented, liberal arts education.
    To apply, please click on the following link: 

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