1.Continually examine all aspects of student progress data available in the information management system; analyze this information to make decisions about student placement and assessment needs. 2.Regularly review program information at the individual, class, and whole-program levels. 3.Proactively create and run periodic reports to ensure that existing performance and progress data is complete, accurate, and up to date. Use reports to pinpoint and address potential areas of concern. 4.Input data as required to resolve data errors or assign correction duties to appropriate personnel. Develop strategies to minimize and prevent data errors and share strategies with teammates. 5.Regularly identify and contact students in need of follow-up services. 6.Cross-check and compare different types of reports to ensure completeness and consistency of student information. 7.Research and implement best practices in improving program performance. 8.Maintain current knowledge of Title II/National Reporting System policies and updates for proper program compliance. Keep updated on approved assessments for federal reporting. 9.Prepare regular reports on program performance to relevant deans and directors and assist College and Career Readiness administration in preparing required reports. 10.Communicate regularly with instructors about student performance and attendance. 11.Carry out directives from the Director of English as a Second Language about progress and data needs of the ESL student population. 12.Assist with implementation of new processes, utilizing technology resources to support more effective and efficient data entry. 13.Maintain professional competence by participating in professional development opportunities to enhance learning. 14.Represent the unit, division, or college in institutional assignments at state-level and National Reporting System training events virtually and in person. 15.Demonstrate flexibility and team approach in providing service in a courteous and professional manner. 16.Assume other appropriate duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director, Dean, Vice President or President in meeting the needs of the college.
The Coordinator, Performance and Accountability serves as the College and Career Readiness and English as a Second Language point-of-contact for Literacy Education Information System (LEIS) performance accountability data. This Coordinator will work as part of a team to help improve educational success outcomes for students who lack a secondary credential or its equivalent and students who are English Language Learners and will take the leading role in helping to organize and understand student performance data. More specifically, the Coordinator, Performance and Accountability is responsible for the following duties and responsibilities:
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Business Administration or related field.