Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Academic Services and Accreditation, the Director of Institutional Effectiveness is responsible for institution-wide assessment and the tracking and support for regional accreditation reporting and documentation. The director provides direction and support for faculty and departments in the assessment of student learning, academic program review, and assessment and accreditation initiatives. Additionally, the director is responsible for survey administration, data collection and reporting on assessment, and assists university personnel in complying with the “institutional effectiveness” standards of the accreditation principles of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
Duties and Responsibilities:
Direct the comprehensive process that systematically evaluates institutional effectiveness.
Coordinate the assessment and reporting of student learning outcomes at the program level by engaging departments/faculty in the regular assessment of outcomes.
Coordinate the academic program review process.
Coordinate academic reporting processes with school deans, department chairs, program directors, and the university provost.
Support academic deans, department chairs, and program directors to identify short and long-term data needs for their functional areas and develop a plan to address these needs.
Coordinate the regular collection, reporting, and dissemination of campus-wide surveys and evaluations, including morale, student engagement, student experience, alumni, and the university’s course/instructor evaluation system.
Compile/disseminate assessment survey results and lead the institution in the analysis and synthesis of results into further institutional effectiveness.
Coordinate the university’s course/instructor evaluation system and monitor the evaluation process for traditional, non-traditional, and graduate programs.
Assist the associate vice president with the systematic updates and revisions of the Faculty Handbook.
Collect and store minutes from all committees and academic units.
Make an annual written report to the associate vice president.
Serve as a member of the Central Data Committee.
Perform other responsibilities as assigned by the university provost and/or the associate vice president for academic services and accreditation.
Jonathan D. Bartling, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for Academic Services and Accreditation Chair, Institutional Review Board (IRB) Professor of Leadership Studies Trevecca Nazarene University - 333 Murfreesboro Road - Nashville, TN 37210 Phone: 615.248.1607 Email: JDBartling@trevecca.edu
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
About Trevecca Nazarene University
A Christian University in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee, Trevecca is a private evangelical university whose mission is to provide education for leadership and service for its approximately 3,600 undergraduate and graduate students. Trevecca seeks to hire dynamic Christians who are professionally qualified and are committed to the educational mission of the university and its lifestyle expectations.