[Rasch] Psychometrician opening ABR
evsmith at uic.edu
Sat May 9 11:15:22 EST 2009
>The American Board of Radiology (ABR), the national certification board
>for physicians in radiology and related fields, is searching for a
>psychometrician. This position has primary responsibility for designing,
>developing, implementing and supporting the psychometric activities within
>the American Board of Radiology. The psychometrician ensures that the
>best practices and strategies in the field of psychometrics are being
>utilized in all current and future exams within the three disciplines of
>Radiology (Diagnostic, Radiation Oncology, and Physics).
>The position works closely with division chairs, and specifically with the
>Initial Certification division chair, and the Associate Executive Director
>Required Qualifications and Skills:
> Ph.D. in educational or psychological measurement and
>statistics, educational psychology, or a closely related field.
> Six or more years of experience in an applied measurement or
>statistical analysis environment.
> Experience designing and conducting psychometric analyses in
>support of high stakes assessment and computer-based testing.
> Extensive experience in test and item analyses using both
>classical and IRT models.
> Demonstrated experience as a user of standard data analysis
>software (e.g. SPSS, SAS, and WINSTEPS).
> Proven ability with modern methods in the areas of standard
>setting and content validation.
> Demonstrated ability to analyze and propose solutions to
>The ABR is located in Tucson, Arizona. Our normal office hours are Monday
>through Friday, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. There is a competitive salary and
>generous benefit package available for this position. The ABR is an Equal
>Opportunity Employer. To apply, please submit a cover letter expressing
>your interest along with a current resume to
><mailto:hr at theabr.org>hr at theabr.org.
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