The Assessment and Evaluation Coordinator provides leadership in the development and integrity of the student assessment platforms for BSOM, collaborating with departmental administration and IT staff. The position maintains the repository of exam questions, migrate faculty developed questions to peer instruction and team-based learning platforms, and assist in any other assessment development as necessary. The position supervises secure testing processes/policy and serve as the primary contact for NBME exams. Responsible for assembling and tracking the timely reporting of grades for medical students; and assembling, disseminating and compiling critical evaluations of courses/clerkships/faculty/students.
Bachelor’s degree and 1 year of direct assessment and evaluation experience and 2 or more years of administrative experience.
Minimum of 3 years administrative experience
Strong verbal and written communication skills. Must be proficient with Windows and Mac operating systems, Microsoft Office suite applications, learning management systems and database knowledge. FileMaker Pro skills beneficial.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
30% — Provide leadership for the development, maintenance and integrity of assessment platforms for BSOM, collaborating with Department of Medical Education (DME) administration and IT staff. Collaborate with course faculty in assessment development. Meet exam deadlines, proof and post exams with appropriate testing parameters. Determine and communicate logistical testing details to proctors, and supervise secure testing process.
20% — Participate in course planning and curriculum meetings. Provide leadership and coordination for the planning and implementation of engaged/active learning assessments to improve student learning outcomes and meet LCME accreditation standards. Establish and meet deadlines, review assessment materials with faculty and advise regarding USMLE formatting of engaged materials. Analyze data from clicker sessions and extract reportable information. Provide session feedback for faculty. Research and update process improvement for assessment activities as needed.
30% — Develop, distribute, and compile end of course, end of year, and end of phase evaluations to all medical students for timely review of all Foundation Modules and Clerkships. Develop, distribute, and compile evaluations of faculty and students. Provide evaluation data to committees as appropriate, including the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) committee to help meet LCME accreditation standards and the Faculty Curriculum Committee for curriculuar review and oversight.
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