Assistant Director, Academic Assessment - College of Arts and Science

Posting Number 2021-9327
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/13/2022 1:29 PM)
Location : Location
US-NY-New York
Department
CAS Academic Affairs
School/Division
Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) (AS1111)
Compensation Grade
Band 53
Union
N/A
FT/PT
Full-Time
Category
Academic Program Support

Position Summary

The Assistant Director, Academic Assessment is responsible for analyzing enrollment patterns, demand for courses, pressure points in the curriculum, and other issues related to curriculum administration. In addition, this position will partner with Academic Affairs, Arts & Science, and University colleagues on related academic assessment initiatives, including enrollment management, curricular development and evaluation, and innovative reporting. This position will also institute processes to improve the mission of academic affairs experience of international, interdisciplinary, and cross-university curricula. This position will provide iterative assessment of the CAS curriculum with the ultimate goal of improving existing offerings and identifying potential new programs related to stakeholder priorities, course demand and student interest, faculty initiatives to develop new programs and online and technological enhancements to the CAS Curriculum.

Qualifications

Required Education:
Master's Degree in Arts and Science, or educational field

Required Experience:
5+ years Experience in academic planning, data analysis, curriculum development, enrollment management, and/or program evaluation, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred Experience:
Experience in data analysis and program evaluation at the higher education level.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Superior strategic planning, interpersonal, and communication skills (both written and oral). Proven ability to implement and evaluate programs and counsel students. Ability to articulate policy to members of the internal and external community; detailed knowledge of academic practices. Demonstrated ability to collaborate within a complex organization.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of relevant educational technologies.

Additional Information

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