• Career Opportunities at AASCU

    EDITORIAL SERVICES MANAGER

    Washington D.C.-based national higher education association seeks an Editorial Services Manager for its Division of Communications. This person will be responsible for undertaking a variety of communications functions that include serving as editor for the association’s print and electronic publications; coordinating the division’s editorial services; serving as assistant managing editor and writer for the association’s magazine; developing content for the association’s social media channels; writing for the website; and managing projects as assigned.  This position reports to the Director of Communications.  

    Key job requirements include:

    • Coordinates the division’s editorial services including publication writing, editing and production; counsels staff regarding editorial development and association style; collaborates with other divisions to assist them in developing print and electronic communications. 
    • Serves as editor and/or writer for the association’s major publications including bi-weekly electronic newsletters, meeting programs, policy and research papers, reports and monographs, and membership publications. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    For immediate consideration, a candidate should have: 

    • Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, communications or a related field
    • Minimum five years of professional experience writing/editing

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    PROJECT DIRECTOR FOR PROGRAM ASSESSMENT

    Washington-based national higher education association seeks a person to provide project leadership for the Degree Network System (DNS) within Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges, a federally-funded program.  The Project Director for Program Assessment manages the implementation of the SOC program assessment and data flow for the DNS, a course transfer and articulation network of accredited academic institutions promoting college degree completion for active-duty military personnel.  This senior management position provides organizational leadership for developing and maintaining an effective assessment and evaluation plan.  

    Specific functions are:

    • Develop and manage the design, implementation, and oversight of the SOC DNS assessment and evaluation plan as per the SOW.
    • Direct supervise, and participate in program assessment and evaluation activities, tracking identified outcome measures and data sources. 
    • Develop and implement user metrics for troubleshooting and communication functions to include stakeholder feedback mechanisms.
    • Direct and coordinate internal review and analysis of SOC relevant data; prepare quantitative and narrative reports documenting assessment findings.
    • Coordinate the adoption and acceptance of technology solutions for data (information) flow with internal and external stakeholders.

    QUALIFICATIONS: A Master’s degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and work experience 

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