School of Education Assessment Coordinator

Notice of Vacancy

School of Education Assessment Coordinator

The position of Assessment Coordinator for the School of Education leads to the development of a systematic assessment process to collect, analyze and use data for program continuous improvement and to maintain National and State accreditation compliance. The Assessment Coordinator must have a strong foundational experience with program accreditation at the National and State levels. The Lake Erie College School of Education and Professional Studies recently received 7 year TEAC approval with eligibility for CAEP in 2023.

Position Requirements: Full Time, 12 Month position. Teach up to 2-3 classes per academic year at the undergraduate or graduate level.

Required Credentials

PhD in Educational Assessment or related field. Candidates with a terminal degree in other disciplines with a strong background in Educational Assessment will also be considered

Position Expectations: Necessary Skills and Knowledge
  • Substantial experience with and knowledge of CAEP Accreditation Standards and Requirement
  • Ability to use Task Stream to build assessment platforms.
  • Experience organizing program assessments across licensure bands including; Early Childhood PreK-3rd, Special Education Mild to Moderate, AYA: Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts, Master’s of Education and Endorsements in Reading, TESOL and Gifted Intervention Specialist.
  • Ability to coordinate a system to establish validity and reliability of program assessments that meets CAEP standards.
  • Ability to teach undergraduate and graduate level courses.
  • Experience completing Title 2, MRS Reports.
  • Maintain accreditation compliance by submitting CAEP Annual Reports to the Accreditation Information Management System (AIMS).
  • Maintain accreditation compliance with the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Collect required data and submit reports as required for program renewal.
  • Submit program proposals to Ohio Department of Higher Education.
  • Collaborate with admissions to establish and maintain incoming cohort data.
  • Collaborate with the Field and Clinical Director to establish evaluations for field and student teaching cooperating and supervising teachers.
  • Coordinate on-site State and National accreditation revisits.
  • Create and analyze program assessment reports and meet with responsible faculty to discuss assessment outcomes and set plans for program improvement.
  • Coordinate bi-annual Advisory Board Meetings and collect data from these meetings.


Application Process:

Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae and names and contact information for three references to: academicaffairs@lec.edu or Office of Academic Affairs, Lake Erie College, 391 W. Washington St., Painesville, OH 44077. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Subject to a criminal background check prior to employment. Learn more at https://www.lec.edu. EOE