The average pay for an Assessment Specialist is £8.09 per hour.
The average pay for an Assessment Specialist is £24,000 per year.
|Salary||£17,224 - £49,365|
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|£16,420 - £49,013|
Job Description for Assessment Specialist
Assessment specialists work primarily for educational institutions and companies which develop educational or employment assessment materials. They are generally responsible for researching curricula and learning standards and creating guidelines for what should be included in particular assessments.Read More...
Assessment specialists develop tests which help determine a student’s placement or progress and development or whether someone is fit for a certain job. They also ensure that the material is engaging to those undertaking the assessments and monitor all results and changes within the field to determine if modifications are necessary. A strong understanding of education, instruction, assessment, and common standards is necessary for this position, and specialized knowledge of the age group/s for which the assessments are created is also important.
Assessment specialists may develop questions and answers for an assessment or establish the necessary guidelines to develop it. Usability studies are often carried out with the assistance of end-users, and user feedback must be taken into account and used in future development of assessments. They may perform some tasks independently, but also work with others including user experience specialists, managers, customer service representatives, marketing teams, and other assessment specialists.
This job often requires prior experience in a similar position or internships, and prior teaching experience may also be required. This is usually a full-time office job, and some remote work may be permitted by some employers. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Interview others, derive needs, and evaluate best course of action.
- Conduct follow up assessments and review efficacy of recommendations.
- Document pertinent information guidelines.
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