Taylor University is seeking applications of candidates for an Director of Assessment and Quality Improvement. This is a full-time, 12 month, exempt position located in Upland, Indiana.
The Mission of Taylor University is to develop servant leaders marked with a passion for ministering Christ’s redemptive love and truth to a world in need.
Reporting to the provost, the director of assessment and quality improvement will manage the requirements of the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) in ways that advance student learning and the continuous quality improvement goals elucidated in University strategic plans. The director is also responsible for providing leadership for institutional assessment, campus surveys, and the academic testing program (e.g., CLEP and AP). This position is a 12 month full-time position.
- Primary responsibility is oversight of the Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association AQIP requirements, including the systems portfolio, action projects, and stakeholder forums. Includes administration of the AQIP budget.
- In collaboration with the School deans, support School and department assessment plans and program review requirements for undergraduate and graduate programs.
- Promote assessment and continuous quality improvement across the institution.
- Chair the University Assessment Council.
- Prepare the annual institutional assessment report, which informs institutional strategic planning and budgeting.
- Develop, administer and evaluate campus surveys approved by provost.
- Working with Institutional Research, Information Technology and the Registrar’s office, collect, analyze and use data and information in ways that improve programs and institutional performance.
- Recommend measures for setting targets, tracking effectiveness and comparing results with benchmark institutions.
- Administration of institutional assessment and testing office staff and budgets
- Oversee maintenance of the assessment website.
- Perform other duties as assigned in support of the office of the provost.