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ATSU - Assistant Director of Assessment and Accreditation (Hybrid, Remote)

A.T. Still University
Missouri, United States
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
Jun 8, 2023

ATSU - Assistant Director of Assessment and Accreditation (Hybrid, Remote)

Job Category: Academic Affairs
Requisition Number: ATSUA002555
Full Time
Mesa, AZ 85206, USAMesa, AZ 85206, USAKirksville, MO 63501, USAKirksville, MO 63501, USA

Job Details

A.T. Still University (ATSU) is seeking a full-time exempt Assistant Director of Assessment and Accreditation (AD) on the Mesa, Arizona campus. This position reports to the Director of Assessment and Accreditation and is responsible for managing/coordinating/assisting with University accreditation efforts and processes, and program specific external accreditation. They will collaborate with and provide consultation to schools/colleges/programs concerning external program accreditations and University Program Review. The AD is the system administrator for the University survey software tool, Course Evaluations & Surveys (CES) used for end of course surveys and graduate/exit surveys. The AD is responsible for managing all aspects of the OAA in the absence of the Director. The AD is responsible for archiving all University assessment and accreditation documents/products.

This position is eligible for a hybrid schedule with the option to telecommute from either the Kirksville, MO or Mesa, AZ campus.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • System administrator for CES, the University survey software for ATSU. This includes (but is not limited to): training and orienting designated University staff; collecting and analyzing for completeness of institutional and/or programmatic data; preparing/providing reports as requested; developing and delivering effective training materials as needed; and responsible for problem solving faculty, staff, and student user issues.
  • Contribute to the creation and generation of HLC assurance arguments (4 year and 10 year reaccreditation). This includes (but is not limited to): the review of HLC criteria; collection and review of University data and information; writing and/or editing of criteria responses; collecting evidence and linking evidence within the HLC assurance system; and ensuring completion of assurance argument within the HLC system.
  • Manage the ATSU academic and non-academic program review processes. This includes (but is not limited to): creating and maintaining the University program review calendar; collaborating with the University Assessment Manager (UAM) to create templates for Taskstream AMS; leading program review orientations for programs; oversee the entire process with the University Wide Assessment Committee (UWAC), its subcommittees, programs, and administration, including calibration of the process, calibration development and updates of calibration items; creating, maintaining and updating the program review feedback forms within university software; leading reviewer orientations for new UWAC committees members; preparing reports for HLC accreditation; managing the archival of all related documents; manage all program review updates ensuring all HLC guidelines are implemented; and maintain the ATSU program review handbook including updating criteria, policies, and schedules as needed.
  • Responsible for tracking and communicating with all programs going through an external accreditation. This includes (but is not limited to): leading efforts of assisting programs with external reviews, providing an orientation with program teams (timelines required, expectations, OAA responsibilities, etc.); reviewing self-studies for completeness and accuracy; developing timelines communicating all university required steps; and collecting and archiving all documents related to external accreditations.
  • Responsible for the management, development, distribution and collection of the Director's, SVPAA and Deans' evaluations.
    This includes (but is not limited to): analyze completeness of results and prepare/provide reports on data as requested; assist in the development of alumni surveys and assure the CPA items are correctly used; and prepare and disseminate reports.
  • Develops and maintains collegial relationships with schools/colleges/programs focused on University assessment and accreditation processes and efforts.
  • Responsible for all University assessment and accreditation documents/products being archived.

Experience and Education:
  • Masters degree in Education
  • Experience with higher education software systems (i.e. Canvas, Qualtrics, Survey Monkey, Course Evaluations & Surveys, Taskstream, Digital Measures, or others, etc.).
  • Experience in managing multiple projects simultaneously and meeting competing deadlines as well as experience functioning in a project manager role.
  • Experience with various aspects of accreditation at the university and programmatic level.
  • Experience in researching questions about data collection.
  • Experience with data collection and distribution.
  • Experience in policy and/or process writing.
  • Experience with higher education academic accreditation theory and practice.
  • Experience with managing groups of people and participating in team projects.
  • Knowledge of various aspects of accreditation at the university and programmatic level.
  • Knowledge of data collection and distribution.
  • Knowledge of higher education accreditation practices and process.
  • Knowledge of higher education software systems.

ATSU offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, and vision coverages, among more. If eligible, employee-elected benefits would begin the first of the month following hire date. For more information, please visit:






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Masters or better in Education.



3-5 years: Higher Education Experience

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