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Job Title Director for Assessment and Compliance: req680
Location Virginia Beach Campus
Benefits Regent offers a wide range of generous benefits including health, life and disability insurance; flexible spending accounts; tuition incentives; fully vested retirement plans; life and disability insurance options, time off, and more. All regular faculty and staff serving at Regent and working a minimum of 30 hours per week will receive an attractive benefits package.
Job Summary

The Director of Assessment and Compliance manages aspects of the university assessment processes and supports accreditation protocols and reporting under the direction of the Assistant Vice President for Academic Policy and Compliance. This includes learning outcome assessment reporting, survey analysis and administration, database maintenance, reporting, and coordinating annual and periodic reports related to accreditation. The Director also manages compliance monitoring, record keeping, and consultation with internal and external stakeholders, especially related to state authorization.  Essential duties will include:

  • Monitor and facilitate assessment reports
  • Encourage and train faculty and staff with institutional assessment practices
  • Maintain and update Regent’s assessment software with appropriate content
  • Monitor and train appropriate stakeholders on the institution’s compliance reporting process
  • Engage with state authorization reporting and compliance standards 
  • Remain current in compliance issues by proactively researching new regulations and other areas of compliance
  • Ensure that deadlines related to assessment and compliance are met
  • Chair and facilitate subgroups designed to review SACSCOC standards and produce response narratives
  • Coordinate with various academic units in preparing specialized accreditation reporting
  • Remain current on accreditation standards and proactively inform the institution of any updates or changes


  • Master’s degree is required; Ph.D. or Ed.D. is preferred. A combination of education and experience which approximates a master’s degree will be considered
  • Minimum three years experience of working directly with higher education assessment, accreditation, and/or institutional research

Candidate must have:

  • Multi-tasking skills to engage in multiple projects simultaneously
  • Analytical skills to edit and review content that is outside of one’s area of competency 
  • Teaching skills to educate and communicate to faculty and staff ways to improve assessment practices
  • Basic computer logic skills to maintain web-based dashboards and workflows
  • Creative skills to identify innovative ways to improve processes
  • Professional skills to communicate and speak to external entities and key Regent administrators
  • Commitment to Regent's core values of Excellence, Innovation and Integrity
Pay Rate TBD