Job Duties and Responsibilities (SCA Occupation). The Testing Services Coordinator / Test Administrator is responsible for administering a variety of testing including:
- Test Adult Basic Education (TABE)
- ACT Assessment Examinations (ACT)
- Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
- Strong Interest Inventory
- High School General Education Development Test
- Praxis Series Examinations
- Certification Examinations
- Defense Language Proficiency Test Series V (DLPT V)
- Air Force Institute for Advanced Distributed Learning (AFIADL) Tests – Professional Military Education (PME) exams
- Any test required by the Air Force if not administered through the local military test control officer.
- Job Site Training Point of Contact (JST-POC) exams
Responsibilities also include test scoring where applicable; ordering examinations; Test security, inventory, and control; daily closing inventories; automation use and data entry. Candidate is also responsible for maintaining testing records. The Testing Specialist will be available to administer a test(s) and perform all requirements of the position within 24 hours of being notified of the requirement. Successful candidate will have good oral and written communications skills and ability to work independently, with minimum direction; creative problem solver capable at quickly devising, testing, and implementing solutions; and a self-motivated and results-focused mindset. Anticipated schedule is an average of 4 hours (1 x Unit of Work) per week, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:30 pm except on Federal Holidays. A unit of work is considered 4 hours. The combination of sessions and specific days of the week will be mutually agreed upon with coordination of the 24-hour notice.
- Must have completed a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's degree.
- Pass the DANTES Testing Exam (score of 90 percent or better)
- Good working knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office Suite.
- Have two years’ experience in administering giving formal assessment tests.
- Must be able to read, write, and speak English fluently.
- Must have adequate vision for reading instructions/fine print and a clear-understanding speaking voice for giving test instructions.
- Must be able to bend/stoop and carry light objects (books, etc.).
- Must be able to work flexible, on-call hours with a minimum 24-hour notice.
- Must be able to deal effectively with examinees, using tact and diplomacy.
- Must have experience maintaining administrative files, preparing correspondence, and have knowledge of office procedures.
- Must undergo and pass a security clearance process (background investigation) prior to being permitted to enter the institution.
Years of Experience. Must have at least two years’ experience in giving formal assessment test, such as the GED, TABE, CASAS, or Pre-GED.
Place of Performance. Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida 32403
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