Assessment Coordinator Position - DRAFT
(Brought to Faculty Senate 3-13-08)

 

The Provost’s Office is accepting applications for an Assessment Coordinator.   

 

Primary responsibilities

Responsible for developing and implementing a plan to integrate assessment of student learning in academic programs with the Academic Program Review process.

·       Works with APR Committee to

o        develop university-wide and university-approved assessment guidelines.

o        develop a process in which APR reviews departmental assessment plans

o        consults annually with new APR members to familiarize them with the assessment review process 

·       Consults as needed with academic departments to help develop solid and realistic assessment plans

 

Responsible for aiding the development and implementation of general education assessment.

·       Works with assessment task force to develop a comprehensive plan for assessment of general education outcomes

·       Coordinates implementation of general education assessment (e.g., administration of the Collegiate Learning Assessment)

·       Consults with and reports to the General Education Committee about assessment results.

 

Responsible for writing the NCA follow up report on assessment.

 

Position

The assessment coordinator position will be a .50 reassignment during the academic year. In addition, there will be a .50 of 2/9s summer stipend.  The position will be reviewed after one year.    

 

Qualifications

Applicant must be a tenured faculty member with the rank of associate professor or professor with a minimum of five years experience at UW-La Crosse.  Applicant must have experience with course and programmatic assessment.  Applicant must possess collaborative interpersonal skills and strong communication skills.

 

How to Apply

Interested individuals are encouraged to submit a letter of application and current CV to:

          Karyn Cecele

          Office of the Provost

          145 Graff Main Hall

 

Application Deadline

 

 

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