The Provosts Office seeks a Project Assistant to contribute critical support to the rapidly growing system of assessment across the university. The successful candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and data management tasks; have experience in data analysis and visualization; have strong verbal and written communication skills and be able to explain research to a wide variety of audiences; be comfortable balancing the needs of multiple concurrent projects; and be comfortable working collaboratively, independently, and proactively.
Preparing materials for assessment, including scrubbing confidential material and adjusting format for usability.
Creating assessment materials such as rubrics, surveys, and questionnaires in collaboration with the Director of Assessment.
Collaborating with others to create and document a data management system.
Providing attention to accuracy, detail, and process in collecting and managing data.
Analyzing data and creating data visualizations that support the goals of the assessment.
Using the data to develop narratives to explain key concepts to a variety of audiences (including programs, divisions, the provosts office, and external audiences).
The New School