Closing date: December 14, 2012
Position title: Director of Institutional Assessment
The Director of the Office of Institutional Assessment supports the
University’s institutional effectiveness efforts through the collection,
analysis and distribution of meaningful data. This position works with
departments and offices throughout the university to support the
development of the Annual Assessment Reports and accreditation by state
and national organizations. The director provides leadership in the
design, development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of
institutional research activities and oversees all survey administration
processes, including survey development, design, sampling, data
collection, data analysis, reporting and results dissemination; provides
support/consultation for academic program review and other program
(See job description)
- Master’s degree or equivalent
- One (1) year data analyses experience.
- Advanced knowledge/skills in Excel, relational databases and
applied statistical analyses.
- Relevant experience in areas including, but not limited to: 1)
Data collection, analysis and interpretation 2) Strategic planning
3) Project management and assessment 4) Accreditation processes and
requirements 5) Assessment of student learning 6) A strong
statistical and analytical skill set, demonstrating deep knowledge
of financial modeling and trend analysis
- Successfully pass a criminal background check.
- Advanced knowledge/skills in Access, SPSS, SQL, and Survey
- Previous experience in an academic/administrative office
environment dealing comfortably with complex University, Washington
State, and federal regulations.
To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the
following to human resources (email@example.com):
- Application of employment.
(MS Word Version)
- Cover letter specifying interest and how their
background has prepared them for this position.
- Current resume.
- Brief statement which highlights how your work
experience and background will contribute to the Catholic
Benedictine philosophy of education. To better understand
the Catholic, Benedictine Values in an Educational
Environment," we are providing a link to a well written
article on the subject:
- Copies of transcripts indicating degree confirmation.
Official transcripts will be required of the successful
- If you are contacted for an interview, we also will
require your authorization to order a background check
before any employment offer can be finalized. Please print
background check authorization
form and bring it with you to the
The principles of the Catholic Benedictine tradition, equal
employment opportunity, and nondiscrimination are fundamental to the
mission, goals, and objectives of Saint Martin’s University. The
University does not discriminate in employment or in the delivery or
administration of its educational programs, policies, scholarship and
loan programs, athletic or other University programs on the basis of
sex, sexual orientation, race, color, religion (except as a bona fide
occupational qualification for certain select positions), marital
status, national or ethnic origin, military or veteran status, age, or
Students or employees with concerns or complaints about discrimination on the
basis of sex in employment or an education program or activity, or any other
inquiries related to the University's non-discrimination policy, may contact the
Director of Human Resources/Title IX Coordinator
5000 Abbey Way SE, Lacey WA 98503
Consistent with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of
1972 and the regulations adopted under that law, the University has designated
the above individual as the University's Title IX Officer, responsible for
coordinating the University's Title IX compliance. Individuals may also contact
the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 915 2nd Avenue, Room
3310 Seattle, WA 98174-1099, Telephone: (206) 220-7900, TDD: (206) 220-7907.