Coordinator of Institutional Assessment and Effectiveness
Chatfield College, a private, Catholic liberal arts college with campuses in St. Martin (Brown County) and Cincinnati, OH is searching for a qualified individual to fill the position of Coordinator of Institutional Assessment and Effectiveness.
This position will be responsible for leading and documenting the College’s data gathering, analysis, and reporting, and coordinating the assessment of courses, programs, departments and the college as a whole, consistent with the Chatfield Mission.
• Work closely with the Dean, Registrar, Business Office, Financial Aid and Enrollment Management to gather and maintain accurate data across all college functions.
• Utilize and analyze internal and external data to create reports to inform strategic planning, budgeting, and decision-making.
• Develop and execute assessments activities of courses, academic programs, mission effectiveness, and student life.
• Help maintain the College’s accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission by coordinating accreditation activities of all departments.
• Oversee the ongoing evaluation of student learning and academic achievement to ensure program effectiveness, continuous improvement, and accreditation compliance.
• Performing other research and assessment activities as assigned by the Dean.
1. Collaborate with Dean, faculty, and staff to articulate program outcomes and measures to evaluate and assess student learning.
2. Collect and analyze data from internal and external sources.
3. Work with Dean, faculty and academic advisors to identify and expedite opportunities for continuous improvement.
4. Keep current on best practices in research, compliance, accreditation and assessment.
5. Coordinate periodic reports to, communications with, and site visits from accreditors.
6. Maintain assessment and accreditation reports, data and documentation files.
7. Create and develop responses and reports requested by the College administration as requested.
8. Monitor institutional compliance with Ursuline core values and legacy statement.
1. Must understand and support Chatfield Mission and Ursuline Core Values.
2. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to lead teams and work with others.
3. Must be able to operate within strict guidelines and time parameters, meeting deadlines.
4. Strong statistical and analytical skills, including proficiency with computer programs, data bases and internet research.
5. Attention to detail.
6. Ability to make meaningful contribution to Chatfield College.
Additional Comments/Work hours:
Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree preferred. This position is full time, with benefits. Hours are flexible and work load is irregular. Though based at the main campus in St. Martin, some travel to the Findlay Market campus will be necessary. Compensation includes salary, medical benefits, generous PTO, paid holidays, 403 (b) contributions (after 1 year), paid life and short term disability insurance, tuition assistance for employee and family members. Dental, Vision, and AFLAC programs available at employee expense. Continuous contact to Chatfield via telephone, voicemail and e-mail is essential and required. Collegial atmosphere and bucolic setting. The expected start date for this position is July 1, 2015 or sooner. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter by May 1, 2015 to President, Chatfield College, 20918 State Route 251, St. Martin, OH 45118. Chatfield College is an equal opportunity employer.
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