Drexel is one of Philadelphia's top 10 private employers, a
comprehensive global research university and a major engine for
economic development in the region. With over 24,000 students,
Drexel is one of America's 15 largest private universities. Drexel
has committed to being the nation’s most civically engaged
university, with community partnerships integrated into every
aspect of service and academics.
The Assistant Director for Assessment & Accreditation
(henceforth referred to as ADAA) will help advance the research
education, and continuous improvement missions of the college of
engineering. The ADAA reports to the Director of Academic Analytics
and is responsible for assisting in the gathering and formatting of
university data for internal and external uses, for developing and
shaping assessment processes and practices that align with the
university mission, university and college strategic plans, as well
as conform to accreditation needs of the Middle States Commission
on Higher Education's Accreditation Standards/Characteristics of
Excellence and similar accreditation entities in partnership with
the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs. The ADAA acts in
concert with the DAA to foster a collaborative culture emphasizing
the continuous improvement of academic program quality offered by
Drexel University including, but not limited to, quality assurance
of student learning, program outcomes, instructional effectiveness,
and retention efforts.
- Provide analytical support for efforts pertaining to
strategic growth opportunities, marketing initiatives,
opportunities, learning assessment, recruitment and outreach,
- Assist in the collecting and formatting of data for processing
analysis for internal and external reports
- Assist in the preparation high-level reports, presentations,
etc. for internal and external consumption
- Assist in the continuous assessment processes for all college
- Support the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Affairs in all
Engineering accreditation and certification efforts, as well as
scheduling of the 1st year engineering courses.
- Serve on the College of Engineering Assessment Committee and
guidance and data support in developing and planning
- Assist the departments/programs in their assessment activities
accreditation self-study, preparation of reports, and institutional
- Performing other duties as required
- A Bachelor's Degree is required.
- 1-3 years' of hands-on experience working on learning
assessment and accreditation.
- Data analytics, higher education setting, familiarity with
engineering curriculum and research.
Special Instructions to the Applicant
- Master's Degree is preferred.
- Ability to work independently with a commitment to high
achievement and continuous
- Ability to contribute productively as a member of a team with
- Experience with high level project management
- Excellent organizational, and written/verbal communication
- Proven ability to work collaboratively with diverse colleagues
- Familiarity with reporting, assessment, and evaluation
- Knowledge of, and ability to carry out, statistical and data
analysis (qualitative and
- Appropriately exercises initiative and sound judgment,
maintains detailed and accurate
files and records, and maintain strict confidentiality in all
- Please make sure you upload your CV/resume and cover letter
when submitting your application.
Sep 23 2021 Eastern Daylight Time
Nov 8 2021 Eastern Standard Time