Assessment and Curriculum Coordinator- Utah Connections cademAy ($3000 Sign-On Bonus)
Please apply at: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CON1019ACADE/JobBoard/c2b42121-092c-4125-8209-60593d2c63e0/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=993be02a-5605-41eb-86c5-b617aa7c56ae
Eligible new hires will receive a sign-on bonus of up to $3,000 in which they will earn $1500 at hire and $1500 payable after 6 months of employment.
The Assessment and Curriculum Coordinator performs a variety of professional, technical, and administrative tasks in order to direct the administration of state standardized testing at UCA, the compliance and reporting associated with public schools, and works to inform teams using data and reports. The Assessment and Curriculum Coordinator is the liaison between the state and the school. This role is responsible for the support of the tracking and management of reporting processes, data completeness, quality assurance, all in accordance with USBE requirements.
This is a full-time, 12 month position.
The Assessment and Curriculum Coordinator is responsible for the successful completion of these and other tasks:
Provide coordination for district testing; Work with the School Leader to ensure program compliance with all state Accountability Policies; Manage all facets of achievement testing to include: storage, security, inventory, ordering, scheduling, delivery and pickup, scanning, scoring, pre-coding, test disposal, testing modifications, printing of scoring reports, and distribution of scoring reports to schools; Provide appropriate training regarding test administration requirements for school audiences and curriculum and instruction staff; Coordinate all testing and test-related activities that are a part of state testing; Assist with reporting of each school’s status/compliance with READY and ESSA accountability data; Coordinate in developing short and long term planning for testing administration, data collection and reporting; Operate state developed software to support the testing program; Attend all state and regional meetings; Site coordination of state tests; Ensure compliance with USBE policies; Develops and monitors program and special project activities assigned by the School Leader; and Perform other duties as assigned.