Accountability Coordinator #10032

Posted 18 days 22 hours ago by MODESTO CITY SCHOOLS

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Academic Jobs
California, Modesto, United States, 95350
Job Description

Modesto City Schools

Job Description JC# 10032

Accountability Coordinator

Overall Responsibility

Under the direction of the Director II, Assessment and Evaluation, this position provides technical support to the Assessment and Evaluation Department in the areas of data management, statistical analysis, and test administration. Assist with data collection from various resources, statistical analysis, and reporting; respond to data requests and questions from district staff; coordinate the planning, training, and administration of testing; assist the division on the various types of projects. Work creatively to design, develop, and recommend appropriate action plans and plan, organize, and implement projects independently at a highly professional level.

Specific Responsibilities

1. Consult with administrators, teachers, and other division employees to determine current and anticipated professional development needs regarding test administration and using data to guide instructional practice.
2. Establish learning objectives and goals for staff training sessions involving student data monitoring.
3. Support staff with developing their data analysis and interpretation skills and improving performance.
4. Serve as a resource to teachers, administrators, and other staff to identify professional literature, training materials, and training opportunities regarding test administration as well as the use of student data for instructional planning.
5. Coordinate and assist in the development, organization, and distribution of documentation and training of the Modesto City Schools' assessment program, accountability, and data analysis.
6. Actively seek and attend training, conferences, and webinars regarding data analysis and to increase the knowledge base of local, statewide, and other assessment requirements or trends.
7. Coordinate and assist with the reservations, ordering, inventory, administration, and return of test materials and equipment/facilities as needed.
8. Assist with the development, analysis, maintenance, and professional development related to the local and vendor-based data dashboards.
9. Assist with the coordination, interpretation, timely collection, verification, and submission of state and federal data reporting as required in projects such as Civil Rights Data Collection and CALPADS.
10. Develop and refine school and community data collection tools as needed.
11. Develop and maintain division-wide data files for data warehousing, academic reporting, and State and Federal accountability.
12. Develop processes and best practices for procedures, reports, and training related to data quality initiatives across the department.
13. Determine the overall quality of data; troubleshoot and correct problems with data (e.g., inaccurate or missing data, etc.).
14. Assist with the development and maintenance of a department standard operating procedure manual.
15. Assist with organizing, developing, maintaining, and expanding the use of the local assessment system for data warehousing, assessment building, and academic reporting.
16. Securely collect and transmit needed data from various sources including individual school sites, surveys, web sites, historical data files, data extracts, databases, and external sources.
17. Complete analysis and written summaries of data from formative and summative assessment/testing as well as other assigned projects.
18. Prepare professional-quality communication to be included in reports and documents such as board reports, board communications, web sites, district-wide newsletter, and parent handbooks.
19. Maintain and organize current information, training materials, and a library of data/reports on internal and external department web pages.
20. Prepare charts, graphs, visualizations, and slideshows to illustrate data trends.
21. Troubleshoot operational and software problems in the Assessment and Evaluation Department; determine causes of error or stoppage, apply corrective techniques in cases where the problem is software related or refer the problem to technical support staff.
22. Assist with assessment, dashboard, and student information programs or portals to maintain user access to assessment and student information or data.
23. Effectively communicate and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work.
24. Perform other related work as assigned.

Work Year: Approved as specified on the Management Schedule.

Salary: Management Salary Schedule

Requirements / Qualifications

Minimum Requirements: One (1) or more years of experience in educational measurement or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities; Recent and sustained experience in the use of current versions of Microsoft Office and Google Apps for Education.


Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Valid California Teaching Credential


  • Valid California Driver's License

Submit the following required documents:

- Resume

- Letter of Intent/Introduction

- Two Letters of Recommendation

  • Copy of Transcript (Bachelor's Degree in a related field. Valid Teaching Credential)

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