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May 2024

Assessment & Evaluation Analyst – School of Medicine

Under the supervision of the Senior Director of Assessment & Evaluation, the Assessment & Evaluation Analyst support the implementation of curricular evaluation processes at the KP School of Medicine (KPSOM).

Requirements

  • Experience in evaluation and survey platforms (e.g., MedOasis, E Value, MedHub, Explorance Blue, Qualtrics, SurveyMonkey, etc.).

April, 2024

Analyst, Strategic Data and Analytics

The Analyst, Strategic Data and Analytics will be responsible for executing Yorkville’s reporting and analytics strategy for Student Surveys and Regulatory Data. Reporting to the Director. Strategic Data and Analytics, this role will be responsible to build a high-quality data product that allows the organization to digest and interpret student survey data in a meaningful way.

Responsibilities

  • Build and maintain a data pipeline to ingest various survey data points from different vendors and liaise with survey platform providers (e.g., Explorance).

March, 2024

Director of Student Experience Systems & Applications

The Director of Student Experience Systems & Applications is responsible for Student Information and college-based applications, ensuring systems and information are available, stable, secure and reliable. Provides leadership and direction for all projects and activities related to the delivery of student data for the Division of Student and Academic Success.

Requirements

  • Experience in the use of and implementation of the following systems: CRM, EAB Navigate, ZogoTech, QLess, Blue Explorance, Touchnet (payment portal), Blumen, among others

March, 2024

Evaluation Program Manager

We are seeking an Evaluation Program Manager to oversee the implementation and continuous improvement of CTY’s suite of evaluations, which are designed to measure student progress, assess program effectiveness, and facilitate program enhancement.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with an evaluation/survey platform such as Qualtrics and/or Explorance Blue.

March, 2024

Program Manager SEI

The Sr. Registration and Records Specialist for Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI) in the Scheduling area of the Office of the University Registrar serves as a subject matter expert for Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI). Works to support outstanding academic experiences for all Ohio State students by facilitating student feedback on instruction.

  • The Sr. Registration and Records Specialist utilizes the 3rd party vendor application, Blue to set-up and manage the SEI process each academic term.

February, 2024

Data Analyst (Statistician II)

The Data Analyst provides data and analytic support to College of the North Atlantic’s Office of Institutional Research (IR). Duties are of a multifaceted, complex, analytical nature with respect to data management and the reporting of institutional data.

Screening Criteria:

  • Experience in a post-secondary institutional research and/or prior experience working with survey development platforms such as Explorance Blue Evaluations – asset
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February, 2024

Applications Systems Analyst – Academic Technologies

We are seeking a skilled professional with technical expertise in maintaining, configuring, integrating, and securing enterprise applications, specifically in the context of Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET). Cornell’s SET system will be an educational technology solution designed to assist academic institutions in the student evaluation of teaching management process.

Required Qualifications:

  • Technical experience maintaining, configuring, securing, integrating, and data mapping/transformation in enterprise applications such as the Blue Student Evaluation of Teaching application by Explorance. Analyze, map, and transform data to ensure compatibility and consistency between multiple systems.
  • System administration experience including installation, configuration, maintenance, and monitoring of enterprise applications, including SaaS applications, and their underlying infrastructure.
  • Experience working with the Explorance Blue student evaluation of teaching system (Preferred).
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February, 2024

Operations and Account Specialist for Academic Affairs

Administer and coordinate a variety of business and fiscal functions for the division of academic affairs and the office of the provost. Work is characterized by a variety of business, fiscal and administrative functions. The range of duties includes, but is not limited to, financial management, purchasing, and technology/data management.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the student perceptions of teaching (SPoTs) process through the utilization of Explorance Blue software.
  • Serve as point of contact for any technology related question pertaining to Explorance Blue, EDocs, provost website management, etc.
  • Update faculty data in Colleague (including current department chairs, updating faculty data screen with data concerning track, promotion year, decision year, rank, etc.)
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January, 2024

Director, Institutional Planning and Research

The Role Reporting to the Provost, Vice-President Academic, the Director, Institutional Planning and Research is an active member of the Core Leadership Team (CLT). The position provides leadership and accountability for the execution of all institutional research activities required to facilitate evidence-based decision-making and to align data and processes in support of the institutional and academic strategic plans.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Competent knowledge of programming languages such as R, or Python, data extraction using SQL, business analytic tools such as PowerBI, and survey tools such as Limesurvey and Explorance Blue.
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January, 2024

Education Policy Officer (Evaluations)

This role manages the operation of the University’s internal evaluation surveys, which are currently run for each module at set points in the year. It is essential that the surveys are effectively delivered and evaluated in order to support our staff in delivering high quality teaching.

Desired Qualifications:

  • The postholder will have direct responsibility for running the Module Evaluation Questionnaires (MEQs), including collecting the data required to launch the questionnaires, working with the University MEQ system (currently Explorance Blue), monitoring response rates and publicising the survey to staff and students, and managing the survey data appropriately.
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December, 2023

Director, Institutional Research and Planning

The Director, Institutional Research and Planning is responsible for supporting and advancing institutional effectiveness by measuring and evaluating processes and outcomes.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with research design and methodology, survey design, and statistical analysis using SPSS, MS Excel, Banner system, Cognos Impromptu reporting tool, survey software (Explorance Blue, Apian/Remark), data visualization software (Tableau), and labour market analytics (Lightcast)
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November, 2023

Administrative Assistant I – Office of Academic Affairs

The Administrative Assistant monitors assigned unit activities to ensure effective operation and compliance with established standards and policies.  Assists student, faculty and staff with administrative support related to instructional technology. Design and implement computerized schedules, maintain division files, records, and other record-keeping as needed/assigned.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Should possess above-average working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and Google Docs. Experience with other college software applications is preferred, but not necessary, such as: Banner, Blackboard, Watermark, and Explorance Blue. Experience with Canva is a plus.
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October, 2023

Student Learning Experience Questionnaires (SLEQ) Technician

The Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT) works in partnership with academic units, faculty members, and graduate students to enhance the practice and scholarship of teaching and learning. Reporting to the Executive Director, CLT, the Student Learning Experience Questionnaires (SLEQ) Technician will provide day-to-day technical support for the formal student evaluation feedback processes across campus, working closely with the Student Feedback and Evaluation Coordinator to complete these duties.

Responsibilities:

  • Carry out day to day system tasks in the Blue evaluation software platform. This will include extracting, editing and reformatting data from Banner software system to work within the Blue system as well as monitoring work entered by departmental liaisons and communicate with the liaisons regarding errors or missing information.
  • Serve as primary contact for the SLEQ Faculty/Department Liaisons. Respond to requests and answer questions about evaluation processes and Blue software. Encourage greater adoption and use of best practices for the use of SLEQs and other evaluations.
  • Provide training and technical support for faculty, students, department heads, and departmental liaisons in the use of Data Integrity Gateway and Blue software. Monitor, redirect or respond to all emails received in the SLEQ email account and resolve user-reported and connectivity issues.
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August, 2023

Closed

Human Resources Coordinator

BHA/HBMO requires the services of a HR Coordinator at the GS-11 equivalent level in order to operate the daily delivery of HR services and talent management support across all of BHA’s various hiring mechanisms; including but not limited to civil and foreign service, USPSCs, PASAs, fellows, interns, and AD personnel.

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as point of contact in facilitating core HR administrative processes and maintaining HR Support System, including; serving as an administrator and point of contact for the Explorance 360 degree feedback system.
  • Provide administrative support that consists of quality, timely, and accurate deliverables including, but not limited to: conducting research on various HR related topics, collecting HR data and assisting with preparing reports, posting HR materials on BHA’s Google Site, and compiling HR presentations and training materials.
  •  Research and collate information to respond to HR data calls from BHA management and staff.
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July, 2023

Closed

Registrar Coordinator

The Registrar Coordinator performs a variety of complex administrative duties for the Law School Registrar’s Office under the overall operative theme of “keeping track of data.” This position is primarily responsible for managing several distinct areas: the visiting and transfer student application process; the faculty and course evaluation process, and the process for preparing and disseminating diplomas and other academic awards. This position is also the sole administrative support for reporting Law School student data for compliance purposes. The position engages in daily interactions with students, staff, and faculty and assists with the strategic planning of the Office.

Responsibilities:

  • Manages faculty and course evaluations for spring, fall and summer semesters using Blue software from Explorance.
  • Prepares final reports and disseminates to appropriate audiences.
  • Manages transfer and visiting student application process and credit evaluation.
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July, 2023

Closed

Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator will support the Executive MBA (EMBA) Program in its commitment to deliver the best curricular and co-curricular programming. Through project planning and execution, event planning, communications, and technology support, the program coordinator will build on and support implementation of a program that strengthens students positive impact in their workplaces, communities, and in the world.

Responsibilities:

  • Add LDP announcements, assignments, and resources to Canvas learning platform, and set up, create reports for 360 assessments and midterm peer evaluation surveys using survey technology such as Explorance or Qualtrics360.
  • Help plan and implement Leadership Development (LDP) and Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) programming.
  • Collect evaluation data for co-curricular programming from participants and discuss successes and recommendations for improvement with the LDP staff team.
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April, 2023

Closed

Program and Technical Support Specialist

The Program Support and Technical Specialist plays a critical role in ensuring all users are supported throughout the entire lifecycle. Customer satisfaction is a top priority and is achieved by continuous uptime and availability of our systems, quick and thorough resolution of user issues, and an overall above-and-beyond style approach to dealing with our customers.

Responsibilities:

  • Deploy and monitor surveys and reports
  • Import and manage user information in LMS, Salesforce, and Impact Dashboard using efficient and scalable data loading techniques
  • Conduct user training sessions on technical aspects as needed
  • Experience with Salesforce, Explorance Blue, and SQL databases is strongly preferred
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March, 2023

Closed

Director of Academic Planning and Institutional Research

The Director of APIR provides leadership in academic planning and the collection, interpretation, and use of data to support the informational and organizational needs of UNCSA. The Director is responsible for all aspects of institutional research required by the internal campus community and external stakeholders. Internally, the Director operates as a contributing member of the Enrollment Management team, providing projections and analyses in support of enrollment growth plans for students and faculty. The Director also serves as the university’s official in charge of instructional space utilization. Externally, the Director manages the development and analysis of all academic and enrollment reports required by oversight entities, including the University of North Carolina System Office and various offices of the state and federal governments.

Qualifications:

  • Possess high-level data and statistical analysis skills. Must have familiarity with various survey and statistical software packages, including Qualtrics, Explorance, SAS, Argos, SQL, and Microsoft Office products.
  • Demonstrated strong analytic, organizational, team and interpersonal skills; strong project management experience and skills; strong supervisory skills including directing, mentoring, and training of other APIR staff on tasks such as data analysis and reporting.
  • Experience with accreditation processes, preferably SACSCOC. Must have demonstrated skills in collecting and managing data as well as reporting accreditation activities at the state and national levels, communicating across the University, as well as local, state, and national audiences and accreditation agencies.
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March, 2023

Closed

Institutional Research Analyst

The Office of IR&E has an immediate opening for an Institutional Research Analyst, who will use database and reporting technologies in support of these objectives. Additionally, the IR analyst conducts iterative and ad hoc research related to student learning outcomes, curriculum and program evaluation, survey collections, and matters of institutional effectiveness.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with Explorance Blue, Qualtrics, or similar survey/evaluation software
  • Understanding of research design, as well as quantitative and/or qualitative methods in educational or other applied social science research
  • Experience with Ellucian Colleague or similar enterprise-level student information systems
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March, 2023

Closed

Research Analyst

The Research Analyst is responsible for collecting, validating and analysing research performance data to support the strategic direction of the University. The position will be a key contributor to the shaping of the University’s responses to the requirements of the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) initiative and any other research evaluation exercises, and modelling of internal and external policy implications.

The position will also contribute to embedding quality and impact measures into the University’s ongoing data collection processes and the use of these in performance based funding allocations.

Responsibilities:

  • Supporting corporate planning and review and the University’s indicator framework
  • The development of corporate information management and reporting through its Business Intelligence environment
  • Building institution wide competency in the development, deployment and use of information to support decision making
  • Providing advice, information and support in relation to teaching and learning and research priorities, government reporting and quality assurance
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March, 2023

Closed

Survey and Reporting Analyst

With a direct reporting line to the Manager: Planning and Analytics, you will play a key role in the management, analysis, and reporting of corporate and ad hoc surveys. Applying both quantitative and qualitative analytical approaches, the Survey and Reporting Analyst prepares presentations and written reports for senior management and governance groups across the University.

As an individual with demonstrated ability to exercise initiative, you will oversee a suite of surveys using your high level project and stakeholder management skills, to provide high quality information to support decision making at a senior level.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the University’s corporate survey framework to meet organisational objectives using project management principles
  • Apply statistical skills and expertise to investigate, analyse, evaluate and report on quantitative and qualitative data
  • Utilise a variety of media to interpret and present to audiences at all levels, complex data and interpretive information.
  • Provide high level written reports and papers, including recommendations, to senior management and governance groups
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February, 2023

Closed

Academic Technology Specialist

Under the direction of the Director of the office of Innovation and Digital Excellence for Academic Success (IDEAS) or designee, the Academic Technology Specialist supports faculty, academic support units, staff, students, and other campus clients by providing consultation and support to enhance the use and access of technology. The employee shall allocate priority and time to the duties mentioned below based upon direction from the director of Center of Faculty Excellence.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of Service Management Tools for tracking Incidents, Requests, Problems, and Changes.
  • Knowledge of Data administration principles and techniques.
  • Strong customer service skills and proactive, customer focused attitude.
  • The office ensures that faculty and students have outstanding support for Canvas, Explorance, Panopto, Zoom and much more.
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February, 2023

Closed

Data Management Analyst

This position will provide analytical and programmatic support for the Office of Biomedical Education in the College of Medicine. Responsibilities include tracking student progress to graduation and providing data to College of Medicine partners, regularly update the teacher credentials database, assist with course scheduling, registration, and classroom assignments, oversee the post-doctoral trainee performance evaluation process, and support office initiatives and events as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Experience with analytic tools such as Tableau, Excel is required.
  • Knowledge of Tableau, Excel, Microsoft, SAP, Faculty Database, TA Credentialing Database, Explorance Blue.
  • The ability to interact with post-doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate students, departmental education staff, and university registrar staff in a professional manner is expected.
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February, 2023

Closed

Survey Coordinator (Part-Time)

The Survey Coordinator is a part-time (18-20 hours/week) position within the of the Office of Measurement and Evaluation and will provide support for the day-to-day operational functions of the University’s teaching survey experience. The student surveys of teaching are processed through an enterprise survey system (Blue/Explorance) and the incumbent will assist the manager of survey assessment with supporting survey administration.

Responsibilities:

  • Setting up survey projects each term and monitoring software for any issues.
  • Updating the interface of the survey portal.
  • Facilitate creation of user definitions.
  • Design and troubleshoot both user roles and access definitions, along with system level issues of performance and reliability.
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February, 2023

Closed

Academic Technology Specialist

The Academic Technology Specialist provides academic software application and programming support to Ross faculty, staff, departments, centers, and units. You will be part of a team that administers Qualtrics and Explorance tools at Ross and leverages other academic technology tools. This position reports to the Ross Research Manager. The mission of the academic and research support team is to provide streamlined software support and custom-designed solutions using academic applications to ensure that Ross faculty and students have an optimal learning experience, enhance Ross researcher’s productivity, and optimize academic and administrative processes for departments, centers, and units.

Qualifications:

  • Configure and troubleshoot software according to client needs, including data collection projects for research, teaching, and office/program administration (Qualtrics, Explorance, Google Forms, etc.)
  • Design and implement 360, self, and peer assessments, configure reports and data exports
  • Administer Ross instances of Qualtrics and Explorance tools
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February, 2023

Closed

Director of Innovation and Digital Excellence for Academic Success

Under the general direction of the Provost, the Director provides leadership and oversight for innovation and digital excellence for academic success (IDEAS) for university and system wide programs and initiatives. The unit includes the Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE), DISCOVERe, Academic Technology Resource Center, and the Accessible Resource Center. The team ensures that faculty and students have the appropriate support for our Canvas, our academic ePortfolio efforts, Explorance, Panopto, Zoom, and supporting the remediation of course materials to make them accessible leveraging Ally.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of principles of institutional planning and budget processes with ability to analyze and interpret financial data and make strategic business decisions.
  • Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of effective management and supervision, motivation, and performance evaluation.
  • Knowledge of computer office systems and ability to use a broad range of technology, systems, and software packages.
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January, 2023

Closed

Senior Reporting Analyst

Reporting directly to the Senior Director of Academic Appointments and to the Vice Provost of Educational Technology, the Senior Reporting Analyst will define, create, and implement standards of reporting on faculty data that meet operational, tactical, and strategic needs of the Provosts Office. Utilize knowledge of NYUs mission and business processes to create dashboards and reports with faculty data sourced from PeopleSync, Interfolio, Explorance Blue, and other faculty systems to support multiple stakeholders with decision making.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to create data flow charts and diagrams; develop policies and procedures and the supporting documentation.
  • Proven knowledge and application of business, process and data analysis.
  • Ability to develop effective business relationships and build consensus.
  • Ability to collect/retrieve, merge, review, clean, organize, synthesize, validate and summarize data.
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January, 2023

Closed

Student Education Service Officer (Student Voices)

Do you want to be part of a professional service, committed to supporting students and colleagues and delivering an exceptional student experience? Do you have excellent IT and organisational skills, with the ability prioritise competing demands and work under pressure to deadlines? Are you interested in managing the University’s online module evaluation platform, Explorance Blue?

Responsibilities:

  • The focus of your role will be the operational and strategic support of the university’s Explorance Blue module evaluation system, including system and incident management.
  • Your excellent communication skills will be utilised when working in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders including colleagues and students.
  • Proficiency in understanding and working with data is necessary, and you will require an understanding of ODBC.
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January, 2023

Closed

Survey Coordinator (Part-Time)

The Survey Coordinator is a part-time (18-20 hours/week) position within the of the Office of Measurement and Evaluation and will provide support for the day-to-day operational functions of the University’s teaching survey experience. The student surveys of teaching are processed through an enterprise survey system (Blue/Explorance) and the incumbent will assist the manager of survey assessment with supporting survey administration. Experience with Explorance/Blue’s course evaluation software desirable.

Responsibilities:

  • Create and launch multiple survey projects and final reports each term.
  • Facilitate creation of user definitions, assist with system installations and test upgrades.
  • Design and troubleshoot both user roles and access definitions along with system level issues of performance and reliability.
  • Create and maintain appropriate data sources and definitions required for the set-up and distribution of course evaluations university wide.
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December, 2022

Closed

Senior Application Developer

The Senior Application Developer manages the development, deployment, and integration of commercial, locally-developed, and open source software packages. Elicits, analyzes, validates, verifies, and resolves business objectives, processes and functions for software development and/or integration in order to optimize the use of technology and improve organizational effectiveness. The Senior Application Developer is the functional and technical expert in one or more major systems in the university, and serves as the liaison between various levels of clients and IT Services.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent knowledge of business requirements and deploying open-source, commercial, and in-house applications.
  • Good knowledge of key application diagnosis tools.
  • Ability to collect and analyze information to derive conclusions and make recommendations.
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December, 2022

Closed

The position is responsible for deploying course and program evaluation processes and reports, leading and executing complex business intelligence projects that integrate multifaceted information to deliver insights, reports and analysis to institutional leadership, developing data visualizations and analysis in areas including but not limited to student success trends; institutional, service, program, and course effectiveness, instructional evaluation, government reporting requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • Deploy course and program evaluation processes through the management of Blue program and course evaluation software
  • Act as key contact for course and program evaluation for both internal and external stakeholders providing expertise to leverage Blue software to the greatest extent possible to meet the needs of the institution
  • Execute standardized processes for user access, support, documentation, training, change request, and incident management in the Blue evaluation software
  • Possession of Blue Administrator Certification and Blue Report Master Certification is an asset
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December, 2022

Closed

IT Systems Analyst

The IT Systems Analyst plans, designs, implements and supports the enterprise IT applications that support course evaluation and assessment operations processes, including Explorance Blue (course/instructor evaluations), the Watermark suite of assessment products, and data dashboards for the development of data visualizations to support and meet the strategic and operational needs of assessment and institutional effectiveness processes.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, design, implement, and maintain third-party applications/software in support of course operations, including Explorance Blue and Watermark. Once established, coordinate, update, tune, troubleshoot/diagnose, monitor, and document supported applications including proactively planning for future upgrades and design changes
  • Collaborate with IT and other campus partners such as the Data Warehouse, Facilities Management to effectively integrate systems within the University infrastructure.
  • Effective collaboration with third party consultants and support.
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December, 2022

Closed

Registrar

The Registrar provides leadership to plan, organize and manage all activities related to records and registration including serving as the official authorized keeper of the College’s student records. This individual will lead technology-based initiatives designed to enhance student focused strategies that lead to continued enrollment and completion.

Responsibilities:

  • Organize and administer the records, registration and graduation functions, including transcript evaluations, and scheduling.
  • Develops and proposes written policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Federal laws and correct management of transcripts/records
  • Supports the faculty evaluation process using Explorance Blue platform
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October, 2022

Closed

Director — Intelligent learning Systems

Responsible for providing technology solutions that enable HCT’s online, hybrid, blended and face-to-face learning environments. Responsible for training HCT’s faculty on using and utilizing learning systems and technology. Responsible for the technology enablement of e-content development and learning resources. Responsible for providing technology solutions that are state of the art, secure, scalable, and cost effective, and meet that the existing and anticipated learning needs of the organization, and support HCT’s strategic objectives and daily operations. Responsible for consulting routinely with internal stakeholders, including the rest of Education Technologies to analyze, recommend, enable, and implement the appropriate technology solutions.

Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the formulation of HCT’s system-wide strategy.
  • Develop, periodically review and revise, and ensure proper implementation of the policies, procedures and processes, owned by the unit, and follow all other policies, procedures and processes as relevant.
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September, 2022

Closed

Director of Institutional Research

The Director of Institutional Research will be tasked with coordinating a comprehensive research and assessment program supporting planning, decision-making, and strategy development. The director is responsible for all internal and external reporting, including the collection, analysis, interpretation, submission, and presentation of data and information.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that accurate and relevant data and supporting documentation are provided to meet the decision-making needs of the university. This includes the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data and information.
  • Develop and manage data standards and a formal set of procedures using best practices for ensuring the validity and integrity of data collection, analysis, and reporting, including consistency across campus. Reconcile data (student enrollment, financial aid, etc.) for internal and external reporting purposes.
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September, 2022

Closed

Coordinator of Office Operations

Are you (or do you know) a go-getter with a passion for social justice and access to education? Have you been looking for your next professional challenge? Then we have great news for you: The Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP) is hiring! GPEP is seeking a Coordinator of Office Operations to oversee essential pieces of the division’s operations on Goucher’s main campus in Towson, MD. Individuals with lived experience with the criminal legal system are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for all administrative and project-based work for GPEP, including the recruitment, selection, training, and supervision of part-time office volunteers and student workers working in GPEP’s office. This is typically a team of around 10-15 volunteers and part-time workers each semester. Sets schedules, assigns tasks, oversees payroll, manages and implements office protocols, and conducts weekly check-ins, regular staff meetings, and ongoing supervision and mentoring to volunteers and student workers.
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If you have any questions about the position, please reach out to Jenn Munt at jennifer.munt@goucher.edu.

September, 2022

Closed

Associate Registrar

The Associate Registrar serves as the Registrar in her/his/their absence and is responsible for managing course maintenance, classroom scheduling, course evaluations and CPT/OPT approvals for international students.

Responsibilities:

  • Independent management of course evaluations for the Weitzman School of Design. This requires managing the Explorance Blue software for an average of 275 courses each fall and spring term and 40 summer courses.
  • Play a key role in maintaining all Weitzman program and course offerings (in Curriculum Manager) roster term courses (in CLSS), and assist students with course registration processes, including but not limited to adds, drops, waivers, independent study requests, overload and part-time enrollment.
  • Assist with workflow tasks that arise from new NGSS systems and processes. Provide information, support, and guidance to faculty, staff, administrators, and students on course registration, classroom requests, and records; identify issues/problems and seek solutions within the framework of established policies and procedures.
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September, 2022

Closed

Application Analyst

Academic Information Systems (AIS) is a dynamic information technology organization that provides business process automation and application systems to the academic core of the University. We are seeking diverse, collaborative, curious and dedicated individuals to join our team. We are dedicated to professional career growth for team members by matching their skills and interests to the wide variety of projects and systems we support. We encourage work/life balance and offer flexible work arrangements, including the ability to work remotely. AIS is committed to promoting a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging among our students, faculty and staff communities.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops and maintains advanced administrator expertise in Explorance Blue relying on a diverse set of internal and external resources. Training on the product will be provided by the vendor. Will be expected to train a backup resources.
  • Configures the product in accordance with decisions made collaboratively with the business units. Performs testing and participates in team quality assurance activities to ensure the configuration settings are correct. Identifies, troubleshoots, documents and fixes errors in configuration.
  • As the reporting and data expert, develops reports aligned with specific requirements to serve end user and compliance needs
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September, 2022

Closed

Business Systems Analyst Associate

The Registrar Business Systems Analyst is the local expert on two to four systems used and supported by the Registrar’s Office. This position performs functional and security analysis and configuration of multiple systems, acts as the liaison to technical support teams, and serves on implementation teams for future systems. The position supports the systems’ administrative and self-service users with training, reporting, and troubleshooting, and performs tasks integral to the central use of the systems. This position currently coordinates, administers, and analyzes processes and data related to Course and Teacher Evaluations and the university’s academic catalogs, as well as the tools used to produce those documents.

Responsibilities:

  • Manages the creation of Course and Teacher Evaluations (CTECs) including updating and maintaining data in PeopleSoft/Campus Solutions student system and Blue, the evaluation system. Sets up online collection, reviews and updates questions. Supports faculty, student, and administrative users.
  • Serves as the reporting and data expert, creating custom reports within the systems as required and supplying and analyzing data
  • Prepares, maintains, and manages implementations and upgrades; gathers requirements, manages project issues, directs meetings, designs and documents business processes.
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June, 2022

Closed

Portal Developer & Course Evaluation Coordinator

The myUVM portal serves as the business interface for all student, faculty and staff systems access. Create, maintain, and update the interface of the myUVM portal. Facilitate creation of user definitions, targeted university wide messages and interdepartmental content. Liaison with ETS to coordinate system installations and test upgrades. Design and troubleshoot both user roles and access definitions along with system level issues of performance and reliability. Create and maintain appropriate data sources and definitions required for the set-up and distribution of course evaluations university wide. Create and launch multiple survey projects and final reports each term. Maintain survey questions per department/college request and manage changes required in recurring and ad hoc reports. Create and publish the administrative calendar for course evaluations on campus.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field and one to three years’ related experience required. Experience designing documentation/multimedia presentations relating to user interfaces and working knowledge of sql, css, xhtml, javascript, and unix required.
  • Experience with Ellucian’s Banner Student Information System (SIS), Ellucian’s Experience dashboard software, Salesforce’s Service Cloud Customer Relationship Management (CRM) System, Technolutions’ Slate CRM, D2L’s Brightspace Learning Management System (LMS) and/or Explorance’s Blue course evaluation software desirable.
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May, 2022

Closed

Institutional Research Associate (Remote)

Reporting to the Director of Strategic Research and Evaluation, this position assists in the administration of the University course evaluation process; completes Institutional Research requests and aids in data management processes; assists in the development of reports and research studies to inform university planning and decision making; answers various institutional, agency, state and federal reports, questionnaires and surveys; and provides support to faculty, staff, and administrators in the use of online survey and evaluation tools. The Institutional Research Associate will offer support, information, and guidance in assisting the Directors and the Assistant Vice Provost in developing an effective vision, strategy and procedures for the Office of Institutional Research and Decision Support (IRDS).

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate and maintain course evaluation data, including querying data sources, cleaning and preparing data files, collaborating with Dean’s offices and other administrative offices to ensure data quality, and managing the secure storage of files.
  • Serve as a liaison to faculty and University administrators on issues related to course evaluations, including responding to confidential inquiries, providing technical support to faculty and administrators in the use of the online course evaluation system (Blue/Explorance), maintaining training resources on the course evaluation system, and resolving issues as they arise.
  • Coordinate the administration of online evaluation forms and distribution of reports.
  • Report official campus statistics to external agencies including the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), US News and World Report, and college guides.
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March, 2022

Closed

Business Systems Analyst Associate

The Registrar Business Systems Analyst is the local expert on two to four systems used and supported by the Registrar’s Office. This position performs functional and security analysis and configuration of multiple systems, acts as the liaison to technical support teams, and serves on implementation teams for future systems. The position supports the systems’ administrative and self-service users with training, reporting, and troubleshooting, and performs tasks integral to the central use of the systems.

Responsibilities:

  • Manages the creation of Course and Teacher Evaluations (CTECs) including updating and maintaining data in PeopleSoft/Campus Solutions student system and Blue, the evaluation system. Sets up online collection, reviews and updates questions. Supports faculty, student, and administrative users.
  • Prepares, maintains, and manages implementations and upgrades; gathers requirements, manages project issues, directs meetings, designs and documents business processes
  • Serves as the reporting and data expert, creating custom reports within the systems as required and supplying and analyzing data
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March, 2022

Closed

Senior Institutional Research Analyst

Reporting directly to the Director of Institutional Research, the Senior Institutional Research Analyst is responsible for supporting data-driven decision making through the collection, display, and reporting of institutional data. The Senior IR Analyst (re)evaluates frameworks, strategies, standards and standards-making activities to enhance the College’s goal of continuous quality improvement.

Responsibilities:

  • Complete institute-wide surveys and student feedback surveys (course evaluations) utilizing both Qualtrics and Explorance (Bluenotes)
  • Develop tools, techniques, and dashboards for insights and data visualization that combines cross-departmental information such as: Student, Faculty, Degree, Course, and Financial Aid data
  • Produce accurate, user-friendly deliverables in a timely manner pending institutional and external deadlines such as grants and other funding sources
  • Assist in data analysis for internal and external reporting of College data, including: IPEDS, WASC reporting, US News, NSSE, Petersons, and World Reports
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December, 2021

Closed

Institutional Research Analyst

Founded in 1962, The American University of Paris (AUP) is a small, undergraduate and Master’s degree-granting institution with a Liberal Arts core, dedicated to the advancement of the Arts & Sciences in an international and multicultural environment. The Institutional Research Analyst is responsible for providing data and data analysis in support of planning, assessment, and decision-making across the University.

Responsibilities:

  • Designing and maintaining web survey and dashboard instruments (e.g.: PowerBI, Explorance Blue, Survey Monkey) and performing online reporting; preparing oral and written presentations of data findings.
  • Developing, maintaining, and updating reports to fulfill recurring data needs for internal and external reporting requirements; creating and presenting dynamic reports and data sets to support timely decision making.
  • Producing tables, graphs, and narrative analysis to easily display and summarize University data such as student cohort tracking, enrollments, full-time student equivalency (FTE), and survey results for use in Leadership presentations.
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November, 2021

Closed

Student Experience of Teaching Coordinator

The University of Virginia seeks a Student Experiences of Teaching (SET) Coordinator to join the Office of the University Registrar (UREG). UREG is responsible for the administration of Student Experiences of Teaching (SET) questionnaires each term (also known as student course evaluations). The SET Coordinator will contribute to the smooth and effective operation of SETs in the schools and implement related process improvements, collaborating with colleagues in the provost office, schools, and departments in support of the institution’s commitment to high-quality teaching.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop advanced administrator expertise in UVA’s SET software program (Blue by Explorance): design and execute SET projects each term (fall, summer, J-term, and spring) for 10 of the university’s schools (approximately 4300 courses each term).
  • Serve as primary point of contact in UREG for administration and communication of UVA’s SETs while building collaborative working relationships at UVA and other institutions that use Blue.
  • Provide support and guidance to colleagues in schools and departments in configuring Blue to meet their teaching/learning needs while remaining in compliance with university policies.
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November, 2021

Closed

Associate Product Director

The Associate Director, Product Development and Services oversees the university’s academic management systems, collaborations, and integration of services and systems, including the selection, design, delivery, continuous improvement, maintenance, and operations of the portfolio of services and systems. Working in partnership with members of the university community, the Associate Director, Product Development and Services creates strategic and tactical plans based on organizational goals and oversees the development of actionable projects and release work plans based on these strategic plans.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent knowledge of collaborative software applications (e.g., MS Exchange, JIRA), academic management systems (e.g., eTRACS, Interfolio, OnBase, InfoSilem, Explorance, etc), and web content management systems (e.g., Confluence, MS SharePoint).
  • Excellent knowledge of strategic planning and the provision of academic management software services.
  • Excellent knowledge of software system development and management, business analysis, IT project management, and IT system architecture.
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November, 2021

Closed

Senior Institutional Research Analyst

Reporting directly to the Director of Institutional Research, the Senior Institutional Research Analyst is responsible for supporting data-driven decision making through the collection, display, and reporting of institutional data. The Senior IR Analyst (re)evaluates frameworks, strategies, standards and standards-making activities to enhance the College’s goal of continuous quality improvement. The position requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills. It also requires the ability to carefully manage internal and external relationships in the institutional research and higher education community.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop tools, techniques, and dashboards for insights and data visualization that combines cross-departmental information such as: Student, Faculty, Degree, Course, and Financial Aid data
  • Produce accurate, user-friendly deliverables in a timely manner pending institutional and external deadlines such as grants and other funding sources
  • Complete institute-wide surveys and student feedback surveys (course evaluations) utilizing both Qualtrics and Explorance (Bluenotes)
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October, 2021

Closed

LMS System Admin/Data Analyst

The LMS System Admin/Data Analyst is responsible for student database-LMS integration maintenance and troubleshooting. Team member also works with large data sets generated by the LMS and associated systems to create reports and dashboards to assist stakeholders in data driven decisions. The Analyst will work with faculty and instructional designers to understand course level data sets and help develop appropriate strategies. Performs LMS and course evaluation administrative functions.

Responsibilities and key qualifications:

  • Prepare documentation and explain technical projects; develop diagrams, charts and data to explain complex topics such as data flow, system utilization, process automation, and trends
  • Performs data analysis for course interaction, instructor usage, and student success purposes.
  • Provides training on data reporting strategies and concepts.
  • Three (3) years of experience with large datasets, extracting and reporting from LMS. 1-2 years of experience with survey tool such as Blue Explorance, Qualtrics or similar tool. Knowledge of sound data governance and security practices. Demonstrated knowledge of LTI and API standards, database creation and structures, querying, and data visualization.
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July, 2021

Closed

Info Systems Analyst 3

UC Berkeley Extension is looking for an experienced full-stack developer to help develop and maintain an eco-system of best in class administrative and academic tools and solutions. A common challenge is integrating disparate systems to create a cohesive ecosystem while ensuring a graceful student experience across applications such as Destiny Student Information System, Campus Solutions Student Information System, Canvas Learning Management System, Salesforce, Explorance Blue Course Evaluations platform, Service Cloud, Drupal, digital signage, etc.. The best candidate will be just as comfortable with SQL, Java, and APIs as they are contributing to virtual brainstorm sessions and helping conceive of innovative solutions, and ultimately developing either client or server software, and working across technologies required to get the job done.

Responsibilities:

  • Manages systems and services for a facility of moderate size comprising multiple, integrated systems.
  • Performs moderately complex analysis to acquire, install, modify and support operating systems, software, databases, utilities and / or tools.
  • Designs, develops and maintains data integrations between key enterprise systems and technologies such as Destiny Student Information System, Campus Solutions Student Information System, Canvas Learning Management System, Salesforce, Explorance Blue Course Evaluations platform, Service Cloud, Drupal, digital signage, Einstein and Tensorflow, etc..
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July, 2021

Closed

Dean’s Assistant

The Dean’s Assistant provides executive level analysis, development, and evaluation of administrative support to the Dean and Associate Dean of the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS). The Dean’s Assistant manages all academic administrative support functions, including office organization and procedures, records and files, calendar and events planning, committee and task-force organization, correspondence and scheduling of events. This position works directly with the Dean and Associate Dean on a variety of special projects, interacts with diverse constituencies on behalf of the Dean in pursuit of CHHS initiatives, and also ensures that the office runs smoothly and efficiently by managing the internal operations of the Dean’s Office.

Key qualifications:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of, and the ability to utilize a variety of office equipment and technology including PC computers, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Internet, and Email
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work with audiences at various levels of the organization from individual contributors to executive leadership
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills, with the ability to plan work and handle multiple competing priorities
  • Experience in working in a university setting providing administrative or analytical support and/or with university programs such as PeopleSoft, Qualtrics, Tableau, Interfolio, or Explorance strongly preferred
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University of Toronto

Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI)

July, 2021

Closed

Faculty Liaison, Teaching, Learning and Evaluation

The Faculty Liaison, Teaching, Learning & Evaluation, under the supervision of the Manager, Assessment & Evaluation, provides a range of services to support the activities of the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) and implementation of course evaluations in divisional units across the University of Toronto. The Faculty Liaison, Teaching, Learning & Evaluation also provides feedback and support on a range of teaching interests and topics – including but not limited to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects. The Faculty Liaison, Teaching, Learning & Evaluation works closely and collaboratively with a team of Faculty Liaisons in CTSI as well as other CTSI staff, particularly within the Course Evaluations team.

Responsibilities including:

  • Advising instructors on academic quality evaluation strategies across disciplines for course evaluations and teaching assessment
  • Researching, analyzing and recommending solutions to project challenges for implementing and revising course evaluations across the university
  • Analyzing data collected for publications and/or presentations use
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University of Toronto

Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI)

July, 2021

Closed

Data Projects Specialist, Course Evaluations

The Data Projects Specialist, Course Evaluations serves as primary contact to, and provides full service support for the full cycle of course evaluation data work including data intake, database maintenance, course evaluation system configuration, regular querying and reporting of data, and communications. The Data Projects Specialist coordinates course evaluation projects, including scripting database queries and manipulation using a specialized software system, presents at informational workshops to divisions, provides end-user training on data tools and contributes to the structure and management of data using knowledge of the full cycle of course evaluation data work and their knowledge of administration system functions.

Responsibilities including:

  • Configuring system features and applications in the course evaluation system as well as associated IT systems and databases to ensure course evaluations are efficiently collected and reported according to technical best practice
  • Troubleshooting and resolving technical issues with the course evaluation system and databases and/or encountered by end-users
  • Producing statistical information for internal use and to fulfill stakeholder needs and requests
  • Facilitating educational workshops and seminars on engagement and use of the course evaluations by a range of stakeholders including faculty, administrators, and data/information stewards
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July, 2021

Closed

Institutional Research Analyst

Responsibilities including:

  • Facilitate the course evaluation process.
  • Responsible for the development and implementation of an annual data collection and enrollment timeline..
  • Establish best practices for connecting data across units to support and measure retention initiatives and outcomes.
  • Qualifications/skills include
    • Experience with Banner, Qualtrics, Tableau, Course Evaluation software (i.e., Blue by Explorance) is considered an asset.
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May, 2021

Closed

Institutional Reporting Specialist

Responsibilities including:

  • Oversee the coordination and daily tasks with Explorance Blue (Student Course Evaluation Survey), which includes providing access to departments, setting up survey forms, creating reports for supervisors, and processing student assessment surveys.
  • Manage archiving of course evaluation results from all courses evaluated each year.
  • Provide technical support, training and communication on course data, course evaluation deadlines, survey results and summary reports, student and instructor conflicts, and evaluation response rates.
  • Work closely with Explorance Blue staff and technical support to ensure program functionality and programming.
  • Coordinate with various teams and offices to ensure accessibility to student course evaluations.
  • Collaborate with the Faculty Senate on student course evaluation policies and regulations and then implement updates.
  • Collaborate on projects to improve the student course evaluation systems and experiences.
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Eastern Kentucky University

May, 2021

Closed

Data Manager, eCampus

The e-Campus Data Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, analysis, and delivery of results for a wide variety research and data management duties for the Office of e-Campus Learning.

  • The Data Manager will manage and coordinate all survey research and student opinion of instruction evaluations for the Office of e-Campus Learning. Duties include survey design, deployment, analysis of results, and delivery of findings to the appropriate stakeholders.
  • The incumbent must be familiar with or able to master numerous data systems used by the university, including Banner, Argos, TracDat, eXplorance’s Blue evaluation system.
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March, 2021

Closed

Quality Assurance Coordinator

UCN requires a Quality Assurance Coordinator at either The Pas or Thompson campus. Reporting to the Manager of Academic Development, the individual will be responsible for the creation and implementation of the Student Course Evaluation survey. The Coordinator will collect, collate, and record survey data in accordance with quality assurance practices. The Coordinator will also be responsible for the design and implementation of other quality assurance surveys. The Coordinator will also create reports from statistical data to improve current practice. Additionally, the Coordinator will assist with the program review process.

Assets:

  • The ability to speak an Indigenous language
  • Training with DACUM process
  • Knowledge of academic policies and procedures
  • Knowledge of the Explorance Blue software package

November, 2020

Closed

Part Time Student Evaluation of Teaching Coordinator

The coordinator works closely with the office’s Assistant Provost, Research Analyst, the Office of Information Technology, the Registrar’s office and others to ensure that American University’s teaching evaluation process is accurate, fair and user friendly. The coordinator will help expand and improve the university’s teaching evaluation reporting so that the results are accessible to faculty and so that they provide meaningful feedback for use in evaluations and course improvement. The position requires excellent communication and listening skills, especially the ability to work with faculty, department chairs, deans and other senior administrators

  • Facilitate the technical workings of the Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) survey software. (Currently Explorance Blue.) The Coordinator works with OIT and the senior research analyst on configuration of extracts from Colleague and design of projects within Blue.
  • Communicate with AU community on updates and reporting from Blue, coordinate all user acceptance training to ensure that the surveys are working properly, and troubleshoot issues related to the SET. The position will also provide training and support as needed related to Blue.
  • Develop expertise in the development of reports within Blue and facilitate the use of such reports. Improve AU’s reporting functions based on the needs of the AU community. This may include developing reporting options outside of Blue.

October, 2020

Closed

Teaching and Learning Enhancement Specialist

The Teaching and Learning Enhancement Specialist, in partnership with and support of faculty, contributes to curriculum mapping and program evaluation in the context of ongoing academic program review processes and curriculum development as well as teaching and learning enhancement initiatives. Lead initiatives related to teaching quality enhancement including:

  • Oversight of the institutionally supported student learning experience questionnaire (SLEQ) service (instrument and system), providing leadership and continuous development of the SLEQ instrument and system in partnership with ICT, Registry and academic departments, reporting regularly to the Director of TLE and the Teaching, Learning and Academic Resources Committee (TLARC) of University Council on progress and developments
  • Work with the SLEQ administrators in ensure the provision of high quality, timely support in the provision of SLEQ as a service to the institutional community.
  • Leading other teaching quality projects under the guidance and direction of the Director of TLE and TLARC

September, 2020

Closed

Senior Institutional Research Associate

Reporting to the Director of Institutional Research, the Senior Institutional Research Associate works collaboratively with the director, the associate director, and the operations research associate with the ultimate mission to support university wide data-informed decision making.

Core Duties:

    • Perform time-sensitive, accurate and meaningful data analyses for University decision makers and external constituents.
    • Provide analytical and data management support for an expanding array of software platforms that include EAB Navigate, Explorance Blue, Marketview, and Ad Astra.
    • Maintain annual academic program performance metrics, including compiling multiple complex data sets to calculate the financial performance of individual academic programs.

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September, 2020

Closed

Program Delivery Coordinator

This role is part of the Program Delivery Team responsible for the delivery of ANZSOG’s accredited and non-accredited Education and Thought Leadership program offerings. The Program Coordinator is responsible for pre-planning through delivery of assigned programs, coordinating all logistics, on-site delivery, and day-to-day operations ensuring each program is delivered smoothly and successfully.

Key responsibilities:

  • Serving as the primary contact for faculty and participants for all pre, during and post program related support
  • Working with faculty and other program contributors to confirm session details, prepare program materials, and co-ordinate program learning exercises and activities
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  • Desirable: Experience with the following technology –Salesforce CRM, Canvas LMS, Cvent event management and Explorance assessment and analytics

August, 2020

Closed

Assistant University Registrar, Academic Services

The Assistant University Registrar has four primary areas of responsibility:

  1. Leadership in providing guidance and direction on processes affecting operational functions in assigned areas of responsibility.
  2. Day-to-day operational management of customer support services of the Office of the University Registrar (OUR).
  3. Oversight of classroom scheduling and supervision of the Classroom Scheduling Coordinator.
  4. Management of the Teaching Effectiveness Survey, the university’s course evaluation process.

The Assistant University Registrar is responsible for managing the Teaching Effectiveness Survey process and enforcing university policies pertaining to the survey process. The AUR maintains Blue, which is the system used to administer the Teaching Effectiveness Survey.

May, 2020

Closed

Survey Analyst

The Planning and Governance Division provides a leadership role within the University in the following functional areas: Performance, Planning and Assurance. The primary purpose of this position is to administer and report on a range of surveys conducted by students and staff of the University, for quality assurance and improvement purposes:

  • Survey design, delivery, survey population sampling and survey analysis
  • Data management, transformation and preparation for analysis Report writing and presenting of results to clients
  • Report writing and presenting of results to clients.
  • Maintaining comprehensive and accurate records for management and general administrative procedures in relation to requested, returned and processed surveys
  • Liaising with academic and administrative staff in the University about survey related matters, providing authoritative advice about the University’s policies and procedures face-to-face or via telephone or email
  • Contribute to continuous improvement within the Division by providing feedback on processes, systems and work practices employed and reviewing and enhancing work procedures

March, 2020

Closed

Educational Technologist, Yale-NUS College

  • Work with faculty to design and develop online, blended, and face-to-face instruction with the effective use of technology and media to enhance delivery
  • Assist faculty in identifying and selecting appropriate technology and learning tools for their courses
  • Assist in the support and administration of the College’s Learning Management System (Canvas) and Course Evaluation System (Explorance Blue Course Evaluation)
  • Develop and deliver individual and/or group training for faculty members on the effective use of specialised tools and technology for teaching; including the development of course materials for face-to-face workshops, online courses, and user guides
  • Participate in activities such as reviewing professional literature, networking, and exploration to keep abreast of trends in instructional technology and other emerging technology that can be used to enhance instruction

February, 2020

Closed

Research Analyst

Reporting to the Director, Institutional Research, the incumbent provides research and analysis on a wide range of college activities to support college-wide decisions regarding academic program offerings, student retention and success, as well as overall institutional effectiveness. This is a multi-faceted position responsible for collecting, retrieving and analyzing data from a variety of sources, assessing additional information needs and working in collaboration with academic and service departments to identify solutions and produce accurate, reliable and user-friendly reports for both internal and external audiences. Key responsibilities include:

  • Leading complex research studies, developing and coordinating college-wide surveys; retrieving and analyzing data; and preparing and presenting reports
  • Consulting with stakeholders and/or participating on working groups and committees to determine research needs and conduct statistical analysis as well as interpret findings and recommend courses of action
  • Facilitating the Faculty Feedback Surveys including liaising with various college departments
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Extensive experience with web-based survey methods and specialized software (e.g. Explorance Blue, Remark, Q-fi, etc.); Explorance Blue, Cognos and/or data visualization tools would be considered an asset.

February, 2020

Closed

Online Evaluations Coordinator

Primary duties for this role include routine service operation tasks such as evaluation cycle setup and end-of-term report creation for faculty and staff. The service is built around the Explorance Blue platform. The Support Coordinator will also work collaboratively with Digital Learning Services (DLS) colleagues to support other digital tools and platforms, including the Learning Management System (Canvas), Classroom Response Systems (iClicker), Academic Integrity (Turnitin), Grading Tools (Gradescope), Ally/Accessibility. Key Responsibilities include:

  1. Advanced Support of Learning Management System (LMS), Course Evaluations Platform, and other instructional technology services (grading tools, video platforms, etc.)
  2. Documentation & Training
  3. Communication & Coordination
  4. Department & Project Team Member
  5. Other Duties as assigned by supervisor