Senior Analyst/Director of Institutional Effectiveness
The Director of Institutional Effectiveness provides leadership for the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and is part of the academic leadership team. The Director oversees the gathering and production of management information, interpreting and communicating the information for university officers, directors, and other constitutes, and directs the university’s academic assessment. The position reports to the Senior Vice President, Academic Affairs.
The Director is responsible for the currency, quality, and effectiveness of institutional data. The Director maintains collaborative relationships with a variety of individuals including the President, Vice Presidents, college/school Deans and representatives of agencies, organizations, colleges and universities.
Representative Duties and Responsibilities
- Develop and provide institutional information to senior leadership for University-wide decision-making
- Develop and implement a plan for collecting survey data from students
- Develop and implement a plan for collecting survey data from faculty
- Oversee annual preparation of the Fact Book
- Provide timely updates of enrollment statistics during enrollment processes
- Maintain up-to-date faculty and administrator salary information for comparison to selected peer institutions
- Oversee collection of academic assessment data
- Provide reports as required by federal, accreditation and other external agencies
Knowledge and Abilities
- A graduate degree in higher education or related academic field and at least five years’ experience in higher education required; PhD preferred
- Strong analytical skills
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Excellent written and oral communications
- Proficient with database and spreadsheet software, as well as statistical analysis software such as SPSS
- Datatel knowledge desirable
- Institutional Effectiveness/Institutional Research experience, minimum of three years
- Understanding of assessment data, minimum of three years’ experience
- Analytical skills, minimum of three years’ experience in position dependent upon those skills
- Higher education environment, minimum of three years
- Proven ability to work with faculty in the development and implementation of academic assessment plans
To apply for this position, please attach your cover letter and resume to the online application located at http://www.evansville.edu/offices/hr/employmentApp.cfm.
The University of Evansville operates under a non-discriminatory policy with regard to race, color, creed or religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability. Minorities and underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.