Assessment Coordinator

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Assessment Coordinator

Posted date
April 16, 2019
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Employment Type

*For Upcoming School Year

Global Village Academy is an innovative charter school. Students learn core content through language immersion in their choice of French, Spanish, Mandarin, German or Russian (depending on the school). GVA is truly a "global village." Our immersion teachers come from all over the world, each bringing their unique culture and language into the classroom. United by a common core, students are challenged to become world class thinkers, capable of engaging ideas using multiple languages and cross-cultural perspectives, through internationally benchmarked curriculum spanning each language village.


Support the development and implementation of procedures, communications, documentation, and training for all required District and State assessments. Train school personnel on the administration of district and state tests. Communicate with various stakeholders on a regular basis. Collaborate as needed with APS district personnel.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Design and implement training for school personnel to administer State and District assessments in accordance with established rules, regulations, and procedures. Prepare and deliver assessment in-services to K-8 school, staff, and teacher groups.
Coordinate effective communication with School Assessment Coordinators (SACs) and other school-based staff to support assessment administration.
Communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with administrators and teachers in large and small group settings. Manage challenging conversations effectively and take appropriate ownership in developing possible solutions for issues regarding assessment administration.
Provide guidance throughout the testing process, including responding to potential misadministration. Observe, monitor, and audit assessment administration procedures to ensure fidelity in schools.
Support online administration of assessments. Collaborate with Information Technology staff in developing related systems.
Collaborate with departments supporting special populations (e.g., Special Education, ESL/Dual Language, Gifted and Talented) on related assessment needs. Consult with content area specialists regarding assessment procedures and data access.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

Must possess a Bachelor's Degree or higher.
Colorado Teaching license preferred.
Teaching experience across levels (elementary and secondary) preferred.
3-5 years demonstrating success in a high-demand, service oriented office environment. Five years of school district experience or equivalent preferred.
Experience managing several complex projects simultaneously.
Experience administering and/or interpreting APS and/or state assessments preferred.
Requires excellent oral and written communication; highly developed organizational skills; interpersonal phone etiquette; advanced computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft Office software suite (Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, & PowerPoint), Adobe Acrobat, and Google applications. Knowledge of Infinite Campus preferred.
Requires independent judgment to support the management of assessment processes within specified timelines/deadlines. Work is guided by District policies, department procedures, and State or Federal laws. Work typically involves collaboration with departmental staff, schools, Colorado Department of Education, and other State agencies.

"This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job".

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