The Co-Curricular Assessment Coordinator oversees the College's systematic efforts to assess student learning outcomes across co-curricular programs and services and leads co-curricular assessment processes for the College. The Coordinator will establish, implement and manage Co-Curricular Learning Outcome (CCLO) assessment methods, models, cycles, and plans that align with Common Learning Outcomes (CLOs), the College's overall assessment plan, missions, and strategic plans. This position is central to incorporating and documenting department level and division level co-curricular assessment goals, work plans and procedures into continuous quality improvement of assessment processes. This position will serve as a key consultant, subject-matter expert, and trainer for influencing and sustaining CCLO assessment projects across the Student Affairs division, other co-curricular departments, Institutional Research, Planning and Grants, and various committees and workgroups at the College. This position encompasses five emerging assessment professional roles: narrator, facilitator, change agent, project manager, and method expert. The Coordinator reports to the Dean of Academic Effectiveness & Innovation. Under limited supervision, this position will drive the integration of co-curricular assessment into areas of accreditation, continuous quality improvement, technology, and staff development. All employees of Saint Paul College are responsible for promoting a culture that supports diversity and inclusion in all forms as well as providing excellent customer service continuously to all internal and external contacts.
Master's Degree in Higher Education Administration, Counseling and Student Personnel, Educational Leadership or related field;
3 years' demonstrated professional experience in student services and programs, and/or assessment;
Demonstrated knowledge of assessment of student learning, student services programs, and student success initiatives;
Experience with designing co-curricular learning outcomes or objectives;
Project management skills sufficient to manage multiple projects simultaneously from inception through execution, create clear and attainable project objectives, build project requirements, manage project constraints, oversee time and scope of projects, and communicate progress and end results;
Effective written and verbal communication skills sufficient to participate in discussions, communicate complex technical information to both technical and non-technical personnel, and motivate cooperation among members of the college;
Computer skills sufficient to use software applications and systems to manage, query, and analyze data and create reports and presentations for decision making.
Demonstrated cultural competency and sensitivity to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, religious, gender identity, sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of college students, staff, and faculty.
5 years of demonstrated professional experience in student services and programs, and/or student assessment;
Experience teaching in a college or university;
Knowledge of grant writing and proposal processes;
Experience developing, leading and facilitating workshops, trainings, and/or retreats;
Experience assisting and leading staff in assessing student learning;
Knowledge of critical issues in higher education related to assessment and accreditation.
Saint Paul College is committed to supporting diversity in all of its forms. Applicants representing diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Applicants must apply on-line at: http://www.saintpaul.edu/AboutUs/employment .You must apply online and attach an electronic resume and copy of your transcript(s) to your online application in order to be considered for this position. Salary and benefits will be based on the collective bargaining agreement between MAPE and the State of Minnesota.
This document can be made available in alternative formats such as large print, Braille or audio tape by calling 651-846-1400. The college regrets that it is unable to offer H-1B sponsorship at this time. The successful candidate under U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services regulations must be able to accept work in the U.S. by the day employment begins
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About SAINT PAUL COLLEGE - A COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE
With its 31 institutions, including 24 two-year colleges and seven state universities, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system is the largest single provider of higher education in the state of Minnesota. The colleges and universities operate 54 campuses in 47 Minnesota communities and serve about 250,000 students in credit-based courses. Overall, the system produces about 33,500 graduates each year. In addition to credit-based courses, the system offers customized training programs that serve about 153,200 employees from 6,000 Minnesota businesses each year. The law creating the system was passed by the Minnesota Legislature in 1991 and went into effect July 1, 1995. The law merged the state's community colleges, technical colleges and state universities into one system. The system is separate from the University of Minnesota.