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Posted 08/19/2021

Nashville State Community College
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Deadline date: 9/15/2021 – open until filled

TITLE: Testing Technician II (2 openings)

This position is responsible for executing all duties associated with the successful operation of a Testing Center.


  • Proctors online and conventional pen/paper tests.
  • Updates and maintains an appropriate manual of test procedure guidelines and passwords.
  • Interprets placement test results for individuals and appropriate departments.
  • Maintains security and accountability of tests.
  • Monitors examinees to insure a secure and quiet test environment.
  • Processes, documents  and reports irregularities to supervisor.
  • Communicates necessary testing guidelines and information to examinees.
  • Serves as liaison between the Online Learning Office and the Testing Center.
  • Maintains an effective working relationship with the public and other employees.
  • Coordinates, collects, and distributes web/video test materials to the main campus plus all satellite campus Testing Centers.
  • Receives and corresponds to inquiries concerning proctoring services for the Tennessee Board of Regents Online Degree Program.
  • Enters Accuplacer scores into the internal management system called Banner.
  • Operates under the guidelines of equal opportunity, affirmative action, and the Americans with Disability ACT.
  • Complies with Faculty/Staff handbook and the Tennessee Board of Regents’ policies and guidelines.
  • Assists in training of new employees.
  • Assumes a supervisory role in the absence of the Assistant DIrector. 
  • Oversees specific clerical office routines.
  • Performs other duties as required.


Associates Degree
Two Years of related experience


Has knowledge of and adheres to the mission, goals, objectives, policies, and procedures of the Testing Center.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, students, and the public.
Ability to evaluate situations, make decisions, and work effectively as a team member.
Ability to give and accept supervision

Position is a modified schedule
Travel to extended campuses and offsite locations may be required

RATE OF PAY: $16.04 - $19.25

Posted 08/04/2021

Colorado School of Mines (Golden, CO)
Assistant Director of Disability Support Services: Mines Testing Center

Job Description:
Under the general supervision of the Director of Disability Support Services, the Assistant Director of Disability Support Services (DSS) will manage the Mines Testing Center (MTC) and support departmental activities and initiatives pertaining to disability education, training and awareness.  This position is accountable for the day-to-day operations of the MTC. Oversight includes accommodated exam coordination, campus communication, budget planning and procurement, conflict resolution, crisis planning and response, student hiring, supervision and training, after-hours assistance, and student and faculty training and support. 


  • Serve as content expert and provide overall leadership and campus guidance for testing center services (e.g. accommodated exams, make-up exams, support during Ramadan) including the implementation of approved testing accommodations for students with disabilities and the coordination and supervision of exam administration and after-hours proctoring support (evening/weekends). 
  • Responsible for the integrity of the testing center environment, and the security and integrity of all testing materials as well as the confidentiality of student records. Be familiar and uphold campus policies related to testing center operations (e.g. student code of conduct, academic dishonesty).  This involves proactive work to prevent potential misconduct, responding appropriately should suspicion arise, and assisting faculty in their investigations of potential academic misconduct cases. 
  • Collaborate with DSS administrators to create the vision and direction of the MTC and make recommendations throughout the year regarding the future needs and growth of the testing center.  Implement the strategic plan and provide expertise on best practices.
  • Foster a culture and environment of inclusion, safety and support.
  • Update and manage the Testing Center website and AIM Testing Module, adhering to accessibility policies and procedures. 
  • Manage and monitor expenses of the MTC to include budget forecasting, budget requests, and supply inventory and assist in the procurement and maintenance of appropriate assistive technologies, hardware, software or tools to support student accommodations.
  • Oversight and responsibility for hiring, training, supervising and scheduling of student employee staff/proctors to align with disability support and testing best practices. 
  • Provide training and assistance to support students who have access to and use of the testing center.  This may include some specialized support training related assistive technology for students with physical and learning barriers.
  • Participate in relevant councils or committees, Student Life initiatives, trainings, or opportunities to support the student experience at Mines. 
  • Collaborate with team to support departmental initiatives (e.g. institutional training, prospective student and orientation efforts, universal design and pedagogical efforts).  Fill in for the Director and represent the department at meetings, on occasion. 

View full job description and apply by August 16, 2021: Assistant Director of Disability Support Services: Mines Testing Center

Posted 07/27/2021

University of Maryland College Park Accommodated Testing Coordinator

The Accommodated Testing Coordinator provides overall management, coordination, and delivery of accommodated tests as a 40 hour, full-time, exempt position reporting to the Director of the Accessibility and Disability Service (ADS), a division of the University Counseling Center. ADS Testing is a dynamic, high volume, time sensitive environment that requires highly developed skills in communication; attention to detail; building and maintaining relationships and high accountability with students, faculty, administrators, parents/family members and other stakeholders; and developing and maintaining documentation of actions. Annually, ADS Testing administers over 10,000 examinations following reasonable and appropriate accommodations granted to students registered with ADS. Those accommodations include but are not limited to extended time, private testing space, and use of computers and other technology for adaptive purposes. Occasional weekend and evening work may be required during peak testing periods such as midterms and finals. The Accommodated Testing Coordinator supervises two graduate assistants and several undergraduate student workers who support the operation.

Minimum qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required. Job experience may be substituted for degree requirement on a case-by-case basis. Experience using Microsoft Excel and/or other data management software, experience with additional computerized operations and applications.

Three (3) years of professional experience in a high volume, time sensitive, detail oriented environment that includes confidential information and the management of relationships with stakeholders. Demonstrated skill in office management/operations, customer service, and data management. Ability to multitask and work in a high pressure environment. Ability to work weekends and/or evenings if/as needed during peak testing periods.

Preferred qualifications:
Masters degree, classroom or other student testing experience particularly within an environment with decentralized delivery but centralized coordination. Experience developing staffing schedules and providing supervision including praise, support, and correction as needed. Experience using ClockWork, an enterprise electronic client management system, or other similar client record systems.

Applicant Documents

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • List of References (no emails sent from system)
  • Unofficial Transcript

Best consideration date: 7/25/2021

Posted 03/28/2021

Director of Testing
University of North Georgia - Gainesville

Located in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia is a multi-campus university with an enrollment of nearly 20,000 students, making it one of the largest institutions in the University System of Georgia. UNG is focused on a mission of educational excellence, leadership development and community engagement opportunities that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society. Through a variety of educational pathways that provide access and range from certificates and associate degrees to a professional doctoral program, UNG is responsive to regional education and economic development needs. Federally designated as a senior military college, one of the university's signature leadership programs is its 800-member Corps of Cadets on UNG's Dahlonega Campus.

Job Summary
The Director of Testing, adhering to the National College Testing Association Standards and Guidelines, manages the University's comprehensive testing program. This program requires the oversight of 4 Testing sites and supervision and training of 12 employees to effectively and efficiently deliver over 20 different testing programs to prospective students, UNG students and to the public at large across all UNG campuses. It requires a high degree of coordination with other units of the university, including but not limited to admissions, learning support, registrar, and distance education.

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Posted 03/02/2021

Bridgewater University (Bridgewater, Massachusetts)
Staff Associate, Testing Services Supervisor

The Testing Services Supervisor manages the fast-paced daily operations of the BSU Testing Center and maintains a commitment to superior customer service. This position supervises all Testing Services staff, as well as the delivery of computer-based tests for placement testing, licensure, certification, and college credit. This position is also responsible for site security and for maintaining a clean and comfortable testing environment. The Supervisor will handle questions regarding test integrity or misconduct in a professional, ethical manner. Flexible working hours must be maintained to accommodate the needs of the Testing Center. Seasonal evening and weekend hours are required.

Supervision Received: The Testing Services Supervisor reports to the Executive Director of the Academic Achievement Center.

Supervision Exercised: The Testing Services Supervisor supervises the Testing Operations Specialist and part-time test proctors.

This is a full-time, 12-month APA position and is subject to the terms of that union agreement.  More information and to apply >>

Posted 02/04/2021

Associate Director
University of Arizona, Tempe
University Office of Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness Program Evaluation

Job Description

Under administrative direction, plans, organizes, and directs the day-to-day operations of the UOEEE Program Evaluation team. Oversees the management of evaluation projects and processes, conducts evaluations of grant-sponsored projects (e.g., NSF, NIH, DOE), and leads a team of research analysts/program evaluators. Monitors progress toward goals and objectives and provides regular updates. Coordinates with departments/personnel/clients regarding evaluation projects, processes, outcomes, and deliverables. Collaborates with faculty and staff on evaluation projects, processes, tools, and proposals. Uses a variety of computer applications (data analysis, budgeting, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation, database, project coordination, etc.) to perform job functions. Reports to UOEEE’s Senior Director.

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