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POSITION TITLE: SCHOOL TEST COORDINATOR (EMERGENCY)
QUALIFICATIONS: Any Secondary Arkansas Licensure
REPORTS TO: Principal
JOB GOAL: Coordinate the testing of all students as required by State and District mandate. Collect pertinent data and prepare reports as required by the State, coordinate and provide training for teachers and provide test-related data to site and District administration as needed.
1. Coordinate State, Federal, and District-mandated testing with related departments within the school. 2. Facilitate the administration of testing; including acquisition of testing materials and provide school based training regarding procedures for testing. 3. Receive, inspect, count, number and distribute testing materials; package tests and prepare communications for staff for each test administration and distribute to appropriate administrators according to established schedules; compose, type and distribute reports and other correspondence related to the testing process. 4. Assure tests are prepared for processing, online and paper format, and assure required information is complete and accurate; obtain and complete missing information; coordinate with Director of Counseling to resolve errors, questions, and other issues. 5. Inspect testing materials and maintain the security of testing materials, related data, and confidential student information. 6. Attend training at the District level to keep current with compliance and State regulation issues for State mandated testing. 7. Monitor and report testing compliance issues to the Principal and Director of Counseling. 8. Act as liaison for the school’s Testing Office and Director of Counseling related to the collection, maintenance, and distribution of mandated tests. 9. Serve as liaison for the Testing Office on duties related to the completion of required reports as needed to meet District, State and Federal requirements. 10. Participate in job related professional development and training. 11. Perform other duties as assigned.
IT IS THE POLICY OF THE PULASKI COUNTY SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TO PROVIDE EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, SEX, AGE, QUALIFIED DISABILITY, OR VETERAN IN ITS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES, EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, FINANCIAL AID, AND EMPLOYMENT. THE DISTRICT WILL MAKE SPECIAL EFFORTS TO EMPLOY AND ADVANCE WOMEN, BLACKS AND DISABLED PERSONS. EQUITY CONCERNS MAY BE ADDRESSED TO THE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR EQUITY AND PUPIL SERVICES.
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