Open Positions
Assistant Director of Program Evaluation & Continuous Improvement 
In the role of Assistant Director of Continuous Improvement (ADCI), the incumbent will be expected to serve as a member of the Executive Leadership team, as well as the team leader and project manager for all continuous improvement and evaluation activities for the Region III Equity Assistance Center (Center).
The ADCI manages project design, methodology, and execution including, supervising and overseeing the development and validation of research instruments, data collection and analysis, and report writing, related to the quality and efficacy of the Center’s service provision.
The ADCI must work in a more independent role developing projects and serving as a the lead on all assigned projects. The ADCI will manage the preparation of all technical papers and reports for the Center’s federal grant officers and public constituents, and serve as co-author on scholarly research products with university faculty and staff.
The ADCI will lead and coordinate annual reporting mechanisms with the United State Department of Education including, coordinating with Indiana University’s Office of Research Administration. The ADCI will work collaboratively with the Executive Director and Director of Operations to submit and manage study submissions to the Internal Review Board.
The ADCI will direct and mentor graduate assistants, as well as assign, monitor, and evaluate graduate assistant work, and other duties as assigned by the Director of Operations.
Continuous Improvement (CI) activities include the following key domains: Continuous Improvement Planning and Management; Instrument Development and Validation; Data Collection and Information Management; Developing Data Summaries and Reports; Organizational Development and Learning; and Supporting Scholarly Research Efforts. 
Bachelor degree from an accredited institution in a related field, plus 5 years program evaluation experience which includes 3 years experience working in educational research . May consider equivalent combination of education and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
To be successful candidates should have knowledge and experience at the mastery level of theory and current research methods, protocols and techniques in participatory project, program, and organizational evaluation and continuous improvement; Knowledge and experience at the mastery level with developing Logic Models and Theories of Action, Strategic Planning, and Project Management; Should have familiarity with current theory and practice related to Organizational Learning and Development; Exemplary skills in technical writing, making presentations, data and information representation including, using creative software packages and Microsoft Office Programs to generate user-friendly infographics and interactive reports; Strong skills in oral communication, presenting and providing consultation and learning experiences to groups and individuals.
Master’s degree in related field preferred. 

Applications should be submitted to Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, position #04346P .