Serve as an Assessments Specialist to coordinate the tracking of outcomes assessment progress and the assessment efforts of academic programs with a particular focus on education programs accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Facilitate the work and outcomes assessment of non-academic programs exploring the possibility of authorization and/or accreditation. Candidate will be responsible for all student-learning assessment related activities as well as playing a role in implementing related institutional research and assessment projects. Candidate will also work to further develop the student learning outcomes assessment system currently in place, conduct workshops, focus groups, and spearhead efforts to integrate modern student learning assessment techniques with educational (classroom) practice.
3-5 years of research design, data collection/analysis, assessment, technology and statistical software to design means of assessment and analyzing data
Self-starter with strong organizational skills and the ability to operate independently
Strong time management skills; excellent presentation and communication skills (oral and written); effective people skills
Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office suite; SPSS or equivalent statistical package
Bachelor's degree with 12+ hours of coursework in statistical theory or courses in education, social sciences, or related area with emphasis on application of assessment methods to specific subject matter fields.
TS/SCI is required; background investigations should be no greater than 4 years old.
Take and pass a Counterintelligence Polygraph
Current DIA-issued TS/SCI clearance is preferred/highly desirable
Place of Performance:
DIA Headquarters, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington DC
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