The Test Lab Coordinator is responsible for organizing, supervising, and monitoring the activity in the Learning Center Test Lab, including the procurement of note takers, scribes, and readers needed to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is a part-time position, five hours per day, nine months per year, cycling from early August through early May each year. This job is under terms of employment and classification for part-time staff as described in the Staff/Administrative Personnel Handbook.
Supervised by: Director of the Learning Center and the Test Lab Supervisor
Supervises: Student assistants who are note takers, readers, scribes, and office workers.
- Procure note takers, readers, and scribes for students with diagnosed disabilities
- Monitor the academic integrity of the Test Lab environment
- Communicate effectively with students and professors regarding testing arrangements and problems (violations of academic integrity and other problems regarding use of the Test Lab)
- Manage note-taking including training and supervision of note takers.
- Arrange for readers, scribes, and word processing when needed for testing.
- Supervise and train readers and scribes
- Act as a liaison to faculty regarding day-to-day testing concerns
- Differentiate between technical and nontechnical terms related to testing content area; comprehend and reword test items for students with language based learning disabilities
- Maintain and secure tests for students with disabilities, students in the ESL Program, and students who, due to extenuating circumstances, have arranged with their professor to take make-up exams
- Arrange for confidential pick-up and delivery of tests
- Schedule testing time with students and professors
- Oversee student use of class notes in the Lab
- Monitor note taker use of copy machine
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of the Learning Center
Send a letter of application, resume, and a listing of three professional references, including phone numbers, to Dr. Shawn Kuba: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred and three years’ experience in an administrative position and/or educational environment.
- The position requires strong supervisory, ethical decision making, problem solving, analytical, and interpersonal skills, organizational expertise, and the ability to work well with various members of the campus community.
- The candidate should be willing to learn and use Microsoft Excel.