Testing Coordinator

The Testing Coordinator manages the administration of assessments to students who qualify for testing accommodations provided outside of the classroom. The Testing Coordinator receives student requests for testing and the corresponding assessments from faculty, and administers those assessments based on the students’ accommodations. Accommodations can include extended time, the use of a keyboard, scribe, or reader, private testing, and small group testing. The majority of testing takes place in the Student Services office. This is a full-time position, that works the equivalent of 10 months during the year, based on the school calendar and standardized testing schedules.


Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Coordinate daily testing for students with accommodations, to include materials, proctors, readers, and scribes
  • Monitor student submissions for tests requests and faculty submissions of corresponding assessments and related materials
  • Proctor tests as needed
  • Ensure that assessments are returned to faculty in a timely manner
  • Adhere to strict student confidentiality and test security practices
  • Maintain regular, open communication with faculty and Attendance Office regarding whereabouts of students testing in Student Services (Collaborate with faculty 
  • Partner with the Registrar to coordinate and administer end-of-semester exams and standardized tests for students with accommodations. Duties include preparing test materials and supporting logistics
  • Partner with Academic Support team to complete AP exam, SAT, and ACT and other standardized testing accommodation applications
  • Develop and maintain protocols and systems related to testing for students with accommodations, including technology-based solutions for testing requests and routing assessments


Minimum Qualifications 

  • At least two years of experience in education or a related role. Independent school experience preferred
  • Strong organizational and planning skills, including attention to detail
  • Service orientation
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with faculty, staff, administrators, and parents
  • High level of self-control
  • Ability to establish rapport and put others at ease 
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Positive attitude, flexible approach, and a sense of humor
  • Proficiency in basic computer skills (Google Workspace)