Director of Academic Assessment and Accreditation
The George Mason University Office of Academic Affairs in the College of Public Health, is seeking a Director of Academic Assessment and Accreditation to develop, implement, administer, and evaluate policies and procedures and communicating outcomes required for accreditation of the College by the Council on Education for Public Health. The Director of Academic Assessment and Accreditation coordinates, administers, and monitors all CEPH accreditation activities for the College. In addition to CEPH, the Director will support accreditation activities for five academic accrediting agencies affiliated with the College including the Association of University Programs in Health Administration, the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information, the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, and the Council on Social Work Education. The Director works collaboratively with faculty, chairs, program directors, and other University constituents to ensure that the College is delivering on its mission to provide high quality degree programs for our students.
- Lead CEPH accreditation and re-accreditation activities;
- Develop policies, operating procedures, and support manuals to facilitate the superior achievement in meeting all requirements for CEPH accreditation;
- Oversee and support the collection of all relevant data required for CEPH accreditation;
- Analyze and report findings from all data collection activities designed to meet the accreditation needs of the College;
Oversee, coordinate, and assist in preparation and submission of CEPH related reports and documents, including self-study and annual reporting documents;
- Oversee, coordinate, and assist in preparation and submission of reports and requested data to the Association of Schools and Program of Public Health;
- Liaison with CEPH and ASPPH Research and Data Analytics leads;
- Lead the development and monitoring of a continuous quality improvement (CQI) plan for the College;
- Oversee and support the development, collection, and analyses of data from faculty, staff, students, alumni, employers, and other external partners to meet accreditation requirements, quality improvement needs, and College goal setting;
- Work collaboratively with chairs, program coordinators and directors, and faculty to ensure compliance at the highest level with all accrediting bodies affiliated with the College;
- Provide technical support in the design of instructional assessment measurement techniques for accreditation purposes and to improve course quality;
- Liaison with CEPH, CAHME, AUPHA, CAHIIM, CCNE, CSWE;
- Liaison with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning, and the Office of Accreditation and Program Integrity;
- Represent the College on various University committees related to assessment and accreditation; and
- Foster a diverse, inclusive, and positive work environment for faculty, staff, students, and University and College constituents.
About George Mason University
Established in October 2022, the College of Public Health at George Mason University is the first and only College of Public Health in Virginia combining transdisciplinary research, education, and practice as a national exemplar. The College enrolls more than 1,900 undergraduate and 1,300 graduate students across six undergraduate degrees, eight master’s degrees, five doctoral degrees, and six professional certificate programs. The College includes the Departments of Global and Community Health, Health Administration and Policy, Nutritional and Food Studies, Social Work, and the School of Nursing.
George Mason University is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in both academics and research. Mason holds a top U.S. News and World Report “Up and Coming” spot for national universities and is recognized for its global appeal and excellence in higher education.
Mason is currently the largest and most diverse university in Virginia with students and faculty from all 50 states and over 135 countries studying in over 200 degree programs at campuses in Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William, as well as at learning locations across the commonwealth. Rooted in Mason’s diversity is a campus culture that is both rewarding and exciting, work that is meaningful, and opportunities to both collaborate and create.
George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.