Education Administrative Program Consultant I
(Position Open 1/21/2015-1/30/2015) The Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) is requesting applications from qualified individuals to serve as an Education Administrative Program Consultant I in the Division of Professional Learning & Assessment. This position:
- Provides technical assistance providing school districts, individuals, and universities with information related to teacher and administrator certification assessments, New Teacher Survey, and Title II.
- Maintains regular contact with testing vendor to ensure accurate communication with all constituents related to logistics or assessments. Maintains schedules for assessment reviews and standard setting studies.
- Plans and organizes assessment reviews in accordance with an established review schedule.
- Provides all data pertinent to schedules established for federal Title II reporting.
- Works closely with vendor to complete Title II reporting.
- Maintains an operations manual for standard setting studies, testing reviews, and New Teacher Survey.
- Monitors website for accurate information regarding assessment registration and appropriate assessments for the state.
- Maintains manuals and training information related to Title II reporting.
- Works collaboratively with vendor, agency staff, and teacher preparation institutions related to Title II reporting.
- Collects and maintains data and prepares accurate reports in a timely manner as requested related to the New Teacher Survey, teacher and administrator assessments, and Title II.
- Interprets and applies statutes, regulations, and policies relating to the New Teacher Survey, teacher and administrator assessments, and Title II.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
To view position details, requirements and the application process applicants can access the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet Career Opportunities System web page here.
All applications MUST go through the Personnel Cabinet application process for consideration.
Postion posting closes January 30, 2015