Associate Provost of Institutional Effectiveness

Associate Provost of Institutional Effectiveness 

Job ID: 27400 

Salary Range: $160,000 - $175,000 


The Associate Provost will work closely with the Provost, President, and other senior-level leadership to lead the College's institutional regional reaccreditation process, as well as with academic Deans to support program-level accreditation. The Associate Provost oversees support for a broad range of institutional research activities, external institutional and scholarly funding endeavors, and the prioritization of recurring and ad hoc data requests from internal and external audiences.


- Co-lead and manage the institution’s regional reaccreditation process 

- Provide vision, leadership and direction to the design, prioritization and implementation of institutional research data analysis and assessment activities 

- Ensure the integration of data into decision-making and planning 

- Ensure the appropriate documentation and archiving of institutional data and its impact on institutional processes, outcomes and policies 

- Provide guidance on how data is analyzed and utilized on behalf of institutional effectiveness and change 

- Ensure that data collection and analysis, and recommendations based on that, are communicated to the appropriate audiences 

- Serve as authorized liaison officer (ALO) for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), and keep abreast of developments that may affect accreditation by attending conferences and serving in appropriate roles with MSCHE (e.g., as a peer evaluator) 

- Work collaboratively with senior management on issues of assessment, including general institutional effectiveness and measurements of student success and learning

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